Fuji's New Camera Built For The CSI Crowd

Posted: Aug 18 2006, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:44pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Fuji's New Camera Built For the CSI Crowd
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Fuji's got a new camera out that would really help David Caruso's character on CSI: Miami (well, this and a decent combover). It's the FinePix S3 Pro UVIR, and it's actually built with the law enforcement in mind. It can take pictures in both ultraviolet and infared. It's the first DSLR camera in the world that can do this.

This would help forensic scientists in their analysis of evidence, as well as cataloging it. "Not only does it produce outstanding images, but the digital medium allows for immediate verification of a captured image. This immediacy makes evidence preservation easier and data cataloging more efficient," said the owner of a law enforcement consultancy.There's also a Super CCD SR II image sensor, which gives the camera a super big range, allowing pictures of evidence to be captured in very fine detail. In other words, it's one amazing camera.

I'm not sure how appealing this would be to the average consumer who's not into some kind of science field, but in case you are one of those people, this camera will be coming out next month for 1,800 bucks, at select retailers.

Via Camborg and LetsGoDigital

Report Published by: Mark Raby

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