New Fujifilm Z1 Slim 5MP Camera

Posted: Feb 8 2005, 1:58am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:28pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

New Fujifilm Z1 Slim 5MP Camera
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The first announcements of digital camera makers for the upcoming PMA 2005 trade show are coming in. Camborg reports about the new Fujifilm Z1 elegant and slim 5MP digital camera.

The Fujifilm Finepix Z1 5MP digital camera goes straight against the successful Sony DSC-T1/T3 thin digital cameras. The Fujifilm Z1 is 18.6mm thick. The Sony DSC-T3 is slimmer though with 17.3mm. Fujifilm highlights a new low light technology to get better photos in low light situations. Called Real Photo Technology, the camera's 5th generation Super CCD HR sensor is linked with a new, advanced RP Processor. The results are pictures taken at ISO settings as high as 800 (in full resolution) with reduced noise and extra sharpness.
More details and specification on Camborg.

Our I4U Correspondent Jack Olmstead will be at the PMA 2005 show to provide live coverage on I4U. The PMA 2005 show starts at February 20th in Orlando.

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