• What Happened To Kodak’s Moment?

    What Happened To Kodak’s Moment?

    A Kodak Moment: a rare, one-time moment that is captured by a picture, or should have been captured by a picture Click. We all had them: times you reached for a camera to stop life for a second, to grab a memory. For decades, Kodak was the rock solid standard in photography and as the 131-year old company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, “Kodak moments” may be all that’s left… Read More

  • Fuji announces four new digital cameras

    As we go into the second half of 2010, it seems like we get more and more camera companies releasing new products. In fact Fuji just today announced four new point and shoot cameras of varying capabilities. Read More

  • The Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1 becomes official, includes 3D movie mode

    Time published a bunch of info about Fujifilm’s upcoming 3D consumer camera system early last week. The mag talked about how how the FinePix Real 3D W1 the next best thing, which I claimed was doubtful considering its price, but one small detail was left out: this camera can also record 3D movies. That’s sweet. Update: More pics of the camera and system after the jump. Read More

  • Win a Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR from pingg by taking a picture of Brooklyn!

    So here’s a pretty easy contest for anyone living in or around Brooklyn, NY. Online invitation purveyor pingg (akin to evite, but way cooler) is currently seeking submissions for their Brooklyn-themed photography gallery. The finalists from the submissions will have their work showcased in a Designer Series gallery that’s dedicated to Brooklyn. So what does that mean for you? Read More

  • More sample images from a Fujifilm F200EXR emerge [Update]

    Dpreview has just posted a batch of sample images from a pre-production and production F200EXR. They certainly look better than this original batch, but we’ll need more time to sift through them. My initial impression is that picture quality is very sharp, but it gets a bit noisy at higher ISO settings. What do you photogs think? Update: Here’s a little commentary from my brother… Read More

  • Are you ‘Generation Y’? Because if you are, the Fuji FinePix Z30 point-and-shoot is for you!

    Man alive! You think the American economy is in rough shape? Japan’s economy shrank 12.7 percent from October to December of last year, the sharpest fall since the end of World War II. Combine that with the unusually strong Japanese Yen, which makes Japanese products, like the new Fuji FinePix Z30, FinePix J20fd and J250, more expensive in foreign (non-Japanese) markets, and you’ll… Read More

  • Fujifilm gets wet with the FinePix Z33WP

    Let’s just get this out of the way, so we don’t have to deal with the elephant in the room. These things are hideous. OK, I’m done now. In the ever-growing trend of announcing products well ahead of the big show. Fuji announced a slew of point-and-shoots today, which includes the waterproof FinePix Z33WP. The 10-megapixel “Life-Proof” camera is being marketed… Read More

  • Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR available for pre-order

    Fuji’s highly anticipated follow up to the F30, the F200EXR, is available now for pre-order from Amazon. Sure, it’s a $400 point and shoot, but if it’s even marginally better than the F30 then we’re all in for a treat. Check out test shots here. Ideally, we’d really like to see these sample images at 100 percent with crops at ISO 800 and 1600 to see what… Read More

  • Fuji announces four digital camera-centric flash memory cards [Update]

    The class of these cards is unknown, but Fuji rolled out Class 6 SD, SDHC, microSD and microSDHC memory cards today in the following capacities: Secure Digital – 1 GB SD, 2 GB SD Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) – 4 GB SDHC, 8 GB SDHC, 16 GB SDHC Micro Secure Digital – 1 GB, 2 GB Micro Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) – 4 GB, 8 GB Update: Pricing after the jump. Read More

  • Back to School: Cameras

    So this is your first year of real independence and trust me, you’ll want to document every possible thing. That’s probably one thing I failed to do during my collegiate days. Girls making out and possibly showing you their hooha’s are something you’ll want to hold onto while at college. You never know when you’re going to need to blackmail said hooha to get… Read More

  • Fuji makes previously leaked point-and-shoots official

    On the first of this month half a dozen Fuji cameras were leaked by the Canadian Fuji site, but Fuji remained tight lipped about it until today with the official unveiling of the J150w, J120, J110w, J100, S2000HD and F60fd. Hit the jump for the quick and dirty on each new Fuji. Read More

  • Fuji let loose some new cameras today. Maybe.

    Fuji is updating their entry-level point and shoot digital camera line with four new J-series models: Fuji J150w, J110w, J100, J15, and J12. According to the rumors, they were up at the Fuji Canada site, but if they were, they ain’t now. We do however have some supposed specs, and the prices are said to range from $139 to $199. Three of the cam’s feature 10MP sensors and 5x… Read More

  • Fujitsu's almost-a-DSLR is almost a DSLR

    [photopress:s8100fd_image_4.jpg,full,center]If you’re not quite ready for a DSLR, but you like your photos to look better than what most point n’ shoots can deliver, the latest generation of almost-DSLR cameras might be something to consider, like this Fuji S8100fd. While it doesn’t have the DSLR’s action, it promises to take better photos than most other digitals due… Read More

  • Fuji's newest flagship

    Coming out strong for Fuji in the prosumer tier is the FinePix S100FS. It’s pretty much the best of both worlds, in terms of point-and-shoot and DSLR hybrids go. I’m personally not a big fan of these hybrid types, but this one certainly has me interested. It packs an 11-megapixel CCD sensor with 14.3x manual zoom, RP III processor, 2.5-inch tiltable LCD and does some funky… Read More

  • Fuji adds even more colors of the rainbow to the Z-series

    For the fun, zany, quirky folks comes the FinePix Z20fd. The 10-megapixel shooter comes in a variety of colors and features a Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens, 2.5-inch LCD, 45MB of internal storage and a new feature dubbed Dual Blog Mode. What DBM does is quite simple, really. It automagically resizes any image or movie for easier and faster uploading to e-mails or YouTube. Other features like… Read More

  • Fuji's latest F-series impresses

    First up in a long list of Fuji point-and-shoots for the day is the F100fd, The latest F-series digi is equipped with a 12-megapixel, 8th generation Super CCD sensor and it has a Fujinon 5x wide angle optical zoom on top of a 2.7-inch LCD. Other features include a wide dynamic range, dual image stabilization, face detection 3.0 (more details in the press release), automatic red eye removal and… Read More

  • Fuji lets loose high-fashion FinePix digi

    [photopress:fujif100.jpeg,full,right] Fuji’s Z-series digital cameras tend to be compact, feature rich and, dare I say, stylish. The FinePix Z100fd further complements said adjectives with an 8-megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom, high-res 2.7-inch LCD and an ISO that tops out at 1600. It’s not just a pretty face, either. The Z100fd includes Fuji’s Dual Image Stabilization… Read More

  • Five New Fuji Cameras Due in September

    Fuji announced five new cameras today, all slated for a September release and ranging in price from $179.95 to $399.95. Read More

  • Fuji FinePix F31FD has Hardware Face Detection

    Fuji’s FinePix F31FD helps focus your pictures on what’s usually the most important part of the shot, the face. The point-and-shoot has a hardware face detector that identifies and optimizes the shot within 0.05 seconds, much faster than traditional cameras. The camera also has a 3x optical zoom, a 2.5-inch LCD, and 30 FPS video capture. Nothing extraordinary except for the… Read More