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Fujifilm Instax mini 90 sports “Neo Classic” retro design

Fujifilm Instax mini 90 sports “Neo Classic” retro design

Fujifilm just announced a new Instax camera and it takes the aesthetic for this line in a completely different direction. In fact, it looks like it has traveled back in time and that's likely a good thing. The Fujifilm Instax mini 90 has a real retro feel that gives it a look akin to Polaroid, rather than the camera's previous look, which could only be described as shapeless.

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FujiFilm X-M1 interchangeable-lens camera unveiled with APS-C X-Trans sensor

FujiFilm X-M1 interchangeable-lens camera unveiled with APS-C X-Trans sensor

At CES 2012, FujiFilm's X-Pro1 interchangeable-lens camera was officially unveiled, bringing with it a 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans sensor. Fast-forward to last Friday, and we saw the FufiFilm X-M1 leak with specs suggesting it would harbor that same sensor. With today's unveiling, that leak has been substantiated, with the X-M1 offering the same sensor as the X-Pro1 alongside a significantly smaller price tag of $699.95 USD.

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Fujifilm X-M1 camera leaks: WiFi, new lenses, and more

Fujifilm X-M1 camera leaks: WiFi, new lenses, and more

Fujifilm's new X-M1 entry-level interchangeable lens camera has leaked ahead of its expected launch next week, with the compact shooter ditching the viewfinder of the X-E1 but throwing in WiFi. The X-M1 images, shared by Digital Camera Info, show Fuji sticking to the retro aesthetic the company is known for, pairing the camera with not one but two new lenses.

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Fujifilm FinePix JZ700 long-zoom camera features 1080p recording and 14MP sensor

Fujifilm FinePix JZ700 long-zoom camera features 1080p recording and 14MP sensor

Fujifilm's JZ-series features long-zoom compact digital cameras, of which the FinePix JZ700 is the latest addition, featuring an 8x optical zoom and a wide-angle lens. These features are accompanied by several others you'd fine in many modern digital cameras, such as full HD recording and a 14-megapixel CMOS sensor. One of the camera's main selling points is its thin body, which measures in at 18.9mm thick.

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Fujifilm XP200 revealed with ultra-compact hardcore capabilities

Fujifilm XP200 revealed with ultra-compact hardcore capabilities

With the Fuji XP200 you'll be blasting forth with so much ruggedness in a camera so compact that you'll want immediately to jump out of your front door into a puddle full of rocks to test it out. This camera works with a 16 megapixel 1/2.3-inch CMOS sensor able to run up to ISO 6400 and has wifi connectivity so you're all ready for instant uploads galore. And yes, you can toss it down a flight of stairs, too.

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Super rugged Fuji FinePix XP200 with Wi-Fi unveiled

Super rugged Fuji FinePix XP200 with Wi-Fi unveiled

Fujifilm has rolled out its second camera for the day, this time introducing the super rugged FinePix XP200, which has a sporty outdoors-centric design that looks tough enough to handle a tumble down a mountain side. Less you be tempted to think this camera is all looks, however, it also boasts a variety of higher-end features, some related to its ruggedness and others offering the various functionality you'd expect from a camera in this range.

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Fuji introduces FinePix S8400W with Wi-Fi

Fuji introduces FinePix S8400W with Wi-Fi

The folks over at Fujifilm have officially launched the company's new S8400W, a long-zoom camera offering 44x optical zoom, full high-definition video recording, and wireless transfer capabilities. All of these features are wrapped up in a compact prosumer camera body that has a dSLR-like design with the conveniences of a point-and-shoot device. You can check out a gallery of the camera after the jump.

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Fujifilm X100S and X20 hands-on

Fujifilm X100S and X20 hands-on

They're the compact cameras point-and-shooters have been waiting for, wrapped up in deliciously retro shells, and so forgive us if we drool a little over Fujifilm's new X20 and X100S cameras. Officially unveiled at CES and brought out for some shutterbug time at CP+ in Japan, the pair of cameras follow on from the already cult-status X10 and X100, with boosted autofocus, better sensors - 16-megapixels in the X100S and 12-megapixels in the X20 - and more.

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Fujifilm unveils F850EXR and F900EXR ultra-zoom compact cameras

Fujifilm unveils F850EXR and F900EXR ultra-zoom compact cameras

Fujifilm has unveiled two new additions to its F-series compact camera line, the F850EXR and the F900EXR. Both cameras bring long zoom to the table, as well as lightweight, easily-pocketable compact designs, with each being hailed as a travel camera for the on-the-go consumer. We have pictures of both models after the jump.

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FinePix S6800 and S4800 lines announced, offer 1080i recording and long zoom

FinePix S6800 and S4800 lines announced, offer 1080i recording and long zoom

Fujifilm has announced six cameras in its S-series range, the S4600, S4700, S4800, and the S6600, S6700, and S6800. The first three are entry-level super zooms offering 720p HD video recording, while the latter three bring 1080i recording and high ISO to the table in addition to high optical zoom rates. Check out the specs and gallery of pictures after the jump.

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Fujifilm announces new X20 and X100S at CES 2013

Fujifilm announces new X20 and X100S at CES 2013

Fujifilm has announced a couple of new compact shooters here at CES, the X20 and the X100S. Camera aficionados have been waiting a while for a successor to the X100, and it's finally here. Specifically, Fujifilm is claiming that the X100S has the world's fastest auto-focus of any camera, with a 0.8-second AF.

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Apple, Google, and RIM involved in Kodak patent buyout

Earlier this morning, it was announced that Kodak sold off all of their digital imaging patents for a total of $525 million in order to help pay off chapter 11 bankruptcy bills. At the time, though, a list of companies who bought these patents off of Kodak wasn't disclosed, but now the list has been released, and it includes a total of 12 companies, including Apple, Google, and Research In Motion.

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