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Get High Def Pics With The Fujifilm S2000HD

Media release Oct 5, 2008


Get High Def Pics With The Fujifilm S2000HD


Sharing photos with friends and family in the living room has never looked better – thanks to the outstanding high definition capabilities of the Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD digital camera.

The FinePix S2000HD is the first Fujifilm model to offer full compatibility with high definition television (HDTV) systems for both stills and movies.

The FinePix S2000HD can capture true HD movies (at 1280 x 720 pixels) and wide screen stills (at 1920 x 1080 pixels), while the HD output allows the camera to display ultra clear high definition photographs and movies on high definition television screens - so you can browse through your shots on your widescreen HDTV!

With a remote control for easy navigation on your high definition television screen, viewing richly detailed stills and movies in the comfort of your living room has never been easier.

Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or just a proud parent looking to snap the perfect shot, the Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD is designed to do your photos justice and display them crisper and clearer than you’ve ever thought possible!

Keen photographers will appreciate the FinePix S2000HD’s amazing 15x optical zoom, covering an incredibly versatile 27.6-414mm (equivalent on a 35mm camera) range from true wide-angle to ultra telephoto – so you can capture the perfect photo from almost any position.

From sport field sideline shots, long distance scenic snaps or wildlife action, the S2000HD is equipped with the technology and functions required to deliver truly outstanding images with the click of a button.

The FinePix S2000HD's Dual Image Stabilisation mode combines a mechanically stabilised CCD sensor with high ISO sensitivities for total anti-blur protection. The combination of these technologies reduces the blurring effect of both hand-shake and subject movement even further to provide sharp, clean and clear results even at the longest zoom settings or in the most challenging lighting conditions.

The FinePix S2000HD also features the ability to shoot continuously at up to 13.5 frames per second with max 33frames (3MP mode) – ideal for shooting sports, wildlife action or fast moving kids who can’t seem to keep still!

Novices and more experienced photographers will be equally excited by the S2000HD’s world famous Face Detection Technology that makes getting perfect portraits easier than ever.

The Face Detection function adjusts the focus and exposure accordingly to ensure the sharpness and clarity of human subjects in the picture, regardless of the environment they happen to be in. The camera even checks each detected face for red-eye, and if found, corrects it in the camera automatically – saving you doctoring the photo on your PC after the image is downloaded!

The Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD is the latest addition to the Fujifilm S-Series range of digital cameras, all designed with extraordinary zoom capabilities and superior image quality to bring your images to life better than ever before.

The S2000HD digital camera even comes with the HD cable as standard so you get everything you need to shoot and view studio-quality high definition photography at home.

The Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD ($549.99 RRP) is available from Harvey Norman, Noel Leeming, Dick Smith Electronics, Appliance Connexion, Retravision, Bond & Bond, Hill & Stewart, JB Hi-Fi, Farmers, Regency Duty Free, Fujifilm Image Service and other photographic specialists.


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