Fujifilm has released the FinePix Z35 digital compact camera targeted towards the youth market. Sporting a compact body, this 10MP camera with 2.5 inch LCD and 3x (35-105mm equiv) zoom lens includes in-camera edit and upload options via its Blog mode. .
High Fashion With Cutting Edge Technology : Introducing the FinePix Z35
22 July 2009: Fujifilm latest addition to add to the top-selling range of Z-series camera is here. With cutting edge design and trend-setting style, the FinePix Z35 will be THE camera of choice for teens and young adults in 2009.
Thinner, sexier and bolder than previous models, the FinePix Z35 is a party camera which loves to be the centre of attention. The latest collection from the FinePix Z-series builds on the show-stopping design of the FinePix Z10fd and FinePix Z20fd. At an incredible 23.9 mm thickness, this camera is just so easy to carry, even when slipped into the tightest of jean pockets. T
he flush exterior boasts a funky sliding lens cover and gorgeous two-tone effect. The FinePix Z35 has a new, smaller sculpted design, great for bags, great for parties. It comes in 5 new sizzling colours: White/Pink, Black/Silver, Apple Green, True Blue and Deep Purple.
Technology and style have always been the benchmark for the Z-series range of Fujifilm cameras. The Z-series über cool design matches the demands of today’s tech-savvy teenager, and the FinePix Z35 has it all. While the camera remains affordable, the specification is as strong as ever, with a sensor resolution of 10 megapixel and a crisp Fujinon 3x zoom lens.
The Anti-Blur mode means that pictures at gigs and festivals will be pin-sharp, focused and bursting with true-to-life colours. Combine this with the ability to take great shots in low-light with ISO-sensitivity to 1600, Face Detection and Fujifilm’s amazing Scene Recognition Auto; the FinePix Z35 is THE camera to be seen with.
Perfect Shots At The Touch of a Button
Fujifilm’s Scene Recognition Auto (SR Auto) technology cleverly detects a scene without the need to pre-select the mode on the camera. Having identified the most commonly photographed subjects, Fujifilm has developed technology to automatically identify and recognise different scenes; Portrait, Landscape, Macro, Backlit Portrait, Night and Night Portrait. It’s as easy as that.
The FinePix Z35 is the social networker’s “essential tool”. Not only will this camera help you look good, but uploading pictures and movies to the web couldn’t be any easier. For users wanting to share their creative flair with a wider audience, the FinePix Z35 has a blog mode which allows you to resize any image you’ve created ready for web use.
In addition when playing back photos users can find and select their favourite shot using Micro thumbnail View, which displays up to 100 small images on the 2.5”LCD screen.
Features at a glance
- Stylish, super skinny 23.9 mm thick
- 10 Megapixel
- Fujinon 3x zoom lens
- 2.5” LCD Screen
- Maximum ISO sensitivity up to 1600
- Scene Recognition AUTO (SR AUTO)
- Face Detection with Automatic Red-eye removal
- Picture Stabilization Mode
- Blog Mode
- Micro Thumbnail View
Availability & Pricing
The FinePix Z35 will be available from September 2009. Pricing will be announced nearer to the date of the launch.
1/2.3 " Type CCD
• 3648 x 2736
|Movie clips||• 640 x 480 pixels, 320 x 240 pixels, 30 frames/sec. with mono sound|
|File formats||• Still image : JPEG (Exif Ver. 2.2 )/ DPOF-compatible)
• Movie : AVI (Motion JPEG )
• Fujinon 3x Optical zoom lens
|Digital zoom||Approx. 5.7x|
|Focus distance||• Normal: Approx. 60cm/2.0 ft to infinity
• Macro: Approx. 8cm to 70cm/2.6ft
|Metering||TTL 256-zones metering|
3 sec. to 1/1000 sec
|Aperture||F3.7 - F4.2|
|Exposure Modes||• Programmed AE
|Shooting modes||• SR AUTO
• Natural Light
• Automatic scene recognition
|Self timer||Approx. 10 sec./ 2 sec. delay|
|Continuous shooting||• Top-3|
|Flash||• Auto flash
• Effective range: (ISO AUTO):
Wide-angle: approx.70cm - 3.1m / 2.3 ft. - 10.1 ft.
Telephoto : approx. 70cm - 2.7m / 2.3ft. - 8.8 ft.
Macro : 30cm - 80cm / 1.0 ft. - 2.6 ft.
|Digital input/output||• USB 2.0 High Speed|
NTSC / PAL selectable
|Storage|| 10 MBInternal memory
• SD / SDHC memory card
|Power|| Rechargeable NP-45A Li-ion battery (included)|
|Weight (no batt)||Approx. 115g|
|Dimensions||90 (W) x58 (H) x 24 (D) mm
3.5 (W) x 2.3 (H) x 0.9(D) in.
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