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Fujifilm has announced the unveiling of a new flagship camera for its X-Series line. The new camera is called the XF1 and features a 12-megapixel CMOS sensor and four times manual zoom. The camera uses a 25 mm wide-angle F1.8 will with seven glass elements in six groups.
The camera also has optical image stabilization and can shoot in low light without boosting sensitivity. The camera does not feature interchangeable lenses and has three different modes to keep the camera ready for use. The camera will come in three colors including silver frame with black, tan, or red leather. The camera has full manual controls and a number of automatic modes and filters. Fujifilm will launch the camera in October for $499.95
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