Digital photographers can now take advantage of the latest in Fujifilm's F-Series digital cameras with the 12 megapixel FinePix F50fd.
Combining a 12 megapixel, 7th Generation Super CCD with a 3.0x optical zoom and a 2.7" high-resolution 230,000 pixel wide angle view LCD, the FinePix F50fd incorporates all the features users have
come to expect from FUJIFILM's more advanced digital cameras. With the addition of Dual Image Stabilization, Hyper Face Detection 2.0 Technology with Automatic Red Eye Removal function, and ISO settings of up to ISO 6400, the FinePix F50fd takes compact digital cameras to the next level.
Hyper Face Detection 2.0 - The Next Generation
FUJIFILM's proprietary Face Detection Technology also gets an upgrade in the FinePix F50fd with the arrival of Hyper Face Detection 2.0, featuring an Extended Face Detection Range PLUS Automatic Red Eye Removal. As with the original version of Face Detection, it can detect up to 10 human faces in a scene in as little as 0.05 seconds - correcting focus, exposure, and white balance automatically, regardless of where subjects are located within the frame.
Additional improvements in Face Detection 2.0 include a new Automatic
Red-Eye Removal feature that automatically corrects red-eye directly as the shot is taken or in playback, and then saves both the original and the corrected image file.
Dual Image Stabilization
The FinePix F50fd uses 'Dual Image Stabilization', a brand new combination of CCD Shift Stabilization and FUJIFILM's Picture Stabilization Technology which utilizes a combination of
higher ISO levels and faster shutter speeds. This 'Dual Image Stabilization'protects against camera shake and subject movement for blur-free pictures.
Thanks to the 7th Generation FinePix Super CCD-HR chip and the RP
Processor II, the FinePix F50fd can utilize ISO settings of up to ISO1600 at full resolution and a ISO 6400 at reduced resolution, capturing images even in low light.
The FinePix F50fd will debut in September 2007 at a retail price of