CES 2011: Fujifilm Reveals FinePix Z90 Digital Camera

Posted: Jan 5 2011, 9:26am CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2011: Fujifilm Reveals FinePix Z90 Digital Camera
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FujiFilm tossed a bunch of new digital cameras on the market at CES today with one of them being the cool looking new Z90. The Z90 is the follow up to the Z70 digital camera that hit the market a while back and has some cool new features.

The Z90 has a 14.2MP image sensor and has the ability to shoot video and still shots. The lens is a 5x wide-angle optical zoom unit with 28 - 140mm equivalent. The camera has auto scene recognition modes and a lot more. ISO is up to 3200 and the camera has face detection and automatic red eye removal.

The camera is designed to make it easy to share photos and video on YouTube and Facebook with a 3-inch touchscreen on the back. Movies can be recorded in 720p resolution. The camera will be offered in black, silver, blue, purple, red, and pink colors and pricing will be announced later.

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