Fujifilm to release new bridge camera25 November 2011 07:37:36
SD card users looking for a different camera in the new year may want to take a closer look at the latest offering from Fujifilm X-S1.
Fujifilm said the device will be available in the UK in February 2012 and states the X-S1 is "a new breed of bridge camera".
A Fujinon optical lens gives people the option of magnifying an image 26 times and features a wide-angle setting with a maximum aperture of f/2.8.
In addition to the lens, the camera allows photographers to take pictures in High Resolution and Wide Dynamic Range modes, while another feature adapts to the changing light situations a person might find themselves in.
The X-S1 is also capable of recording videos in full HD mode. This means that clips will be shot in 1920 x 1080 pixels and will take up a lot of memory capacity.
Photographers may want to purchase an SD card such as the Kingston 64GB SDXC Card - Class 10, which could cope with the demands placed on it by a high-specification digital camera.
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