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S-Series Sets The Benchmark For Perfect Photos

Media release Oct 6, 2008


Fujifilm S-Series Sets The Benchmark For Perfect Photos


The S-Series range of digital cameras from Fujifilm marks the next step up in digital photography – ultra zoom digital cameras for the sharp shooting professional or serious photography enthusiast.

The S-Series range has been developed to deliver the quality of photograph usually only achieved in the controlled environment of a studio! With five models now available in the range there’s one that’s perfect for the needs of every budding photographer.

The Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD digital camera is the latest edition to this semi-professional product range and is the first Fujifilm model to offer full compatibility with high definition television (HDTV) systems for both stills and movies.

As well as capturing true HD movies (at 1280 x 720 pixels) and wide screen stills (at 1920 x 1080 pixels), the FinePix S2000HD’s 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.

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 ever before!

Frequent travellers who look for portability in their camera will love the ease of use and compact size of the Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd digital camera. It’s the world’s smallest 10 mega-pixel 12x long zoom digital camera, so it’s perfect to put anywhere – from the suitcase to the sports bag.

For the ultimate zoom lens you can’t go past the 18x optical zoom of the Fujifilm FinePix S8100fd and the S8000fd – both designed to take you closer to the subject your shooting than ever before. With 10 megapixels and 8 megapixels respectively, these cameras are ideal for capturing long distance photographs without sacrificing detail or composition.

Lastly, the flagship model at the top of the range is the Fujifilm FinePix S100FS – the ultimate photographic solution for the budding photographer with a passion for capturing top quality shots.

The award-winning FinePix S100FS offers Fujifilm’s most advanced consumer digital camera to date – an all in one solution for photo enthusiasts seeking the manual controls and functionality of a digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera without the bulk or expense.

These features are so impressive that the Fujifilm FinePix S100FS digital camera recently received the European Imaging and Sound (EISA) Award as "European Super Zoom Camera of the Year 2008-2009". Recognised as a viable alternative to DSLR cameras, the judges commented* that it was one of few rivals for the travelling photographic enthusiasts looking for a compact yet professional camera.

“The relatively large 11-million-pixel Super CCD imaging sensor delivers great quality pictures even in less-than-ideal lighting conditions and the tiltable LCD allows more interesting angles of view. As a serious travel camera it has few rivals, and the price makes it affordable for any enthusiast.”


The Fujifilm S100FS (RRP $1399.99), S8100FD (RRP $699.99), S8000FD (RRP $499.99), S1000FD (RRP $449.99) and S2000HD are all 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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