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Fujifilm Real3D Cam To Release in September

Gosh, it seems like it was only yesterday that I wondered outloud when we’d have Fujifilm’s long-awaited, Real3D camera in our hands. A few weeks ago, we wrote that it’d be out in 2010. Well, we were wrong. The point … Continue reading

Fujifilm’s FinePix S200EXR: Like An SLR, Only Not

Fujfilm announced a handful of new shooters, including the S200EXR, a quasi-SLR with a 12 megapixel sensor, 14.3x optical zoom, and the capability of shooting 30fps video, as well as both RAW and JPEG. The prosumer S200EXR is relatively lightweight … Continue reading

FujiFilm’s 3D point and shoot coming in 2010

Fujifulm’s forthcoming 3D point-and-shoot camera uses two lenses, spaced about as far apart as a pair of human eyes, to create its effect. Named the FinePix Real3D, it simply takes two photos simultanously, which can then be presented together using … Continue reading

FujiFilm FinePix F200 EXR actually pimps the sensor quality for a change

As Beschizza continuously points out, megapixels are marketing, and they don’t matter, yet digicams keep on cramming more of them into the same tiny, spotty sensors, leading to fuzzy, inferior images. It’s depressing: technologically, point-and-shoots should be edging closer to … Continue reading

FujiFilm’s Finepix Real 3D dual-lensed camera allows 3D imaging and more

Photokina is on, the world’s largest trade show for photography, and as per usual it’s filled mostly with incremental trifles, minor upgrades to existing products, and products aimed squarely at the professional market. Here’s something that is none of the … Continue reading

FujiFilm Tape Tracker for Forgetful Sysadmins

FujiFilm’s new “Tape Tracker” is a GPS-broadcasting system stuffed into a standard half-inch data tape case, designed to be slipped into a case with data tapes to keep close tabs on physical backups when they go off site. In addition … Continue reading