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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
New Digital Cameras from Fuji, Panasonic and Sony


Panasonic, Sony and Fuji have all launched digital cameras on Tuesday.

Fuji lauched the FinePix A600 Zoom, featuring 6.3 million pixels, Super CCD, 3x zoom and a large 2.4-inch LCD screen.

In addition, the FinePix A600 Zoom has approimately 12 megabytes of internal memory and is also capable of capturing 10 movie frames per second with monaural sound.

The Fuji FinePix A600 Zoom specifications are available here.

The company has also launched the FinePIx F650 Zoom model.

The latest addition to Fujifilm?s ?F? series, the FinePix F650 Zoom deliver six megapixels, a 5x optical zoom and super-size 3-inch LCD screen.

The Fuji FinePix F650 Zoom specifications are available here

Finally, Fuji has also launched the new FinePix F30 Zoom which is the first compact digital camera to offer ISO 3200 capture at full resolution, according to manufacturer Fujifilm.

The Fuji FinePIx F30 specifications are available here.

Panasonic has also launched a new digital camera on Tuesday, the Lumix DMC-TZ1 that the company calls "the world's smallest 10x optical zoom digital compact camera" on its press release.

The DMC-TZ1 is also the first Lumix model to adopt a Linear AF system The TZ1 also features the Optical Image Stabiiliser.

Panasonic's Lumix DMC-TZ1 specifications are available here

As for Sony, it announced the DSC-W50 and DSC-W30 Digital Cameras.Both new cameras offer six-megapixel image resolution 3x optical zoom lenses, and MPEG1 movie recording. Both new models include high light-sensitivity settings up to ISO 1000 Both cameras have 32MB of internal memory, which can be expanded further with an optional Memory Stick Duo? media card or Memory Stick PRO DuoοΏ card, now offered in capacities up to two gigabytes.

The DSC-W30's, specifications are available here and the DSC-W50's specifications are available here.

The Cyber-shot DSC-W50 will be available in early March for about $250 but can already be pre-ordered, and the DSC-W30 is available this month for about $230.

Both models can be purchased on the links that were given above.


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