Fujifilm has unveiled a couple of digital cameras at CES 2012. One of them is the Fujifilm FinePix Z1000EXR which comes in a stylish body and offers a 16 Megapixel EXR CMOS image sensor.
The camera is better in reducing digital noise for up to 30% than its predecessors, thus boasting smoother tones in both highlight and shadow areas at higher ISO settings.
It’s also quite a slim beast, measuring at 18mm only at its thickest point and it’s equipped with a 5x optical zoom lens. One great feature of this stylish camera is it offers wireless connectivity allowing you to hook up to wireless network or WiFi hotspot by using your iPhone or Android smartphones for uploading pictures to social networking sites.
The Z1000EXR is also capable of recording full HD video using H.24 format and it’s equipped with a mini HDMI port which allows you to hook it up to an HDTV for playing back the recorded video.
Other goodies of the Z1000EXR are a 3.5-inch LCD display, EXR AUTO mode, face detection with Tracking AF, Intelligent Digital Zoom function that allows you to zoom up to 10x without reduction in quality and a 9cm minimum focusing distance. It’ll be available in pink, champagne gold, jade green, white colors.