Fujifilm F300EXR Slim Camera

Posted by at 11:33 am on July 21, 2010

Fujifilm today joined the long list of camera firms releasing info about units before the Photokina show. The FinePix F300EXR is one of the first cameras to use a second-generation EXR sensor that adds phase detection into the sensor itself. The very fast autofocus uses phase detection to capture bright subjects but switch to contrast autofocus in the dark. A gyroscopic sensor also improves the practical sensitivity as it can better compensate for sudden or dramatic movements and lower the ISO needed to get a stable shot.

The camera come with 15X 24-360mm optics and shoots 720p video with HDMI out. The three-inch LCD is high contrast for both outdoor visibility and better off-angle viewing. Motion panorama capturing, multi-shot pro focus and other software features from recent Fujifilm cameras carry over.

The F300EXR is due to arrive in late August for $330.

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