Fujifilm has unveiled the FinePix F200EXR digicam with its new breed of Super CCD EXR technology, a 1/1.6-inch 12-megapixel image sensor that’s capable of altering photodiodes’ light captures to optimize image quality in three different ways : high solution, dynamic range or low noise high iso sensitivity capture. The camera has a 3-inch LCD display, 5x optical zoom ranges of 28-140mm (35mm equiv.), Dual Image Stabilizer, Face Detection 3.0, and incorporates the groundbreaking EXR mentioned above in both auto or manual modes.
The EXR powered F200EXR offers 3 different ways of optimizing image captures. With light at ideal condition, Fine Capture operates in normal mode, offers a full 12-megapixel of fine detail image. In low light environment, the Pixel Fusion mode works in reduce image size of 6-megapixel to boost low noise high iso sensitivity capture by grouping the photodiodes together in pairs. Last, but not least, the Dual Capture mode practices HDR in real time, captures single scene in two shots then combines both to create one wide dynamic range image with exceptional details in highlight and shadow areas.
Additionally, the ISO department can be further twisted to extend up to ISO 12800 at 3-mepapixel, 6400 at 6-megapixel or 3200 at full 12-mepapixel.
The FinePix F200EXR is available in black and silver colors from this month for a suggested retail of $399.