Fujifilm has pulled the covers off a new point and shoot digital camera that is very good looking and comes in several colors. The camera is called the FinePix Z900 EXR and the little camera replaces the Z800 EXR that Fujifilm has been offering for a while now. The Z900 EXR packs in a bunch of cool features that should make for an interesting camera.
Fujifilm uses a new EXR-CMOS sensor inside the camera with a resolution of 16MP. The sensor uses Back Side illumination and a triple layer EXR array for the best image quality possible. The camera has an EXR Auto mode that with a High Resolution mode that captures at full resolution and can be printed out in an A3 size print directly from the camera. The camera also has a Signal to Noise Mode for low light situations and a Dynamic Range mode that shoots two pics and combines them.
The rear of the camera has a 3.5-inch touchscreen with gesture support and a resolution of 460,000 pixels. The camera promises to be able to keep up with fast action thanks to its ability to shoot up to three frames per second at full resolution and it has a high speed video function that records at 320 fps. That video can be recorded in 1080p resolution and the lens has 5x optical zoom. The camera is also very slim at 18.2mm thick. Other features include CMOS shift image stabilization, up to ISO 6400, and a mini HDMI output. Pricing and a launch date are unannounced at this time.