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The ultimate premium compact camera is here

The ultimate premium compact camera is here

FUJIFILM launches the extraordinary new X30
with innovative Real Time Viewfinder, class-leading performance
and unrivalled image quality.

AUCKLAND, NZ – FUJIFILM’s X-Series premium compact cameras have redefined photography, winning major international awards for their superb design and performance.

Now comes the global launch of the new FUJIFILM X30 premium compact digital camera. This third generation model replaces the X20 and features an innovative viewfinder along with new functions and enhancements that make it, quite simply, a joy to use.

The newly-developed Real Time Viewfinder is the largest and fastest in its class1, so you can see your image with startling clarity before you take each shot. The large X-TransTM CMOS II sensor delivers FUJIFILM’s renowned image quality, reproducing warm skin tones, bright blue skies and rich green trees in beautiful colours, just as they were in the actual scene. The EXR Processor II image processing engine ensures high speed performance, and the battery capacity is greater than ever with a new energy-saving design.

With the X30 doing all the hard work for you, you can concentrate on creating unique works of art:

• Experiment with the new Classic Chrome film simulation mode, which produces muted tones and deep colour reproduction.
• Shoot inspiring full HD movies.
• Remotely shoot images from smartphones and tablets, using the FUJIFILM Camera Remote application and Wireless Communication function.
The new FUJIFILM X30 is available in black or silver, RRP $939.99 from photo specialty stores. fujifilm.co.nz

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