Fuji compacts for 2011

Hamish Gill

Tech Support (and Marketing)
A whole host of fujis for the forthcoming year ... not including the X100 ( :spontaneous geek drool: )

i have to say, i am impressed by the feature set of the hs20 ... bridge camera aren't really my thing, but if your going to make one i think fujis approach is the right one - make it do everything most photographers could possibly need, including a 24-720mm lens!! thats more zoom capability than i have in my entire camera bag in one camera - i know they did it last year in the hs10 ... but im still impressed now... and then add high speed hd video to boot ... impressive

the t300 looks nice too, i like the fact that cameras are returning to how they looked when i was first introduced to photography in the very early 90's ... Black with red bits ... not that that matters really ... im just saying :)

so yeah, here is the line up

FinePix F550 EXR — the perfect compact, anywhere in the world

Packed with features and loaded with some of the latest technological innovations, the new Fujifilm FinePix F550 EXR is set to take the premium compact camera market by storm.



FinePix HS20 EXR — The ultimate all-in-one just got better

Record-breaking, innovative, versatile; the new Fujifilm FinePix HS20 EXR is all this and so much more. Replacing the multiple award-winning FinePix HS10



A whole host of new super-zoom bridge cameras from Fujifilm

Fujifilm announces today that its S-Series long-zoom “bridge camera” range is being extended to include four new super-zoom models.



A new 18x zoom bridge camera is announced by Fujifilm.

Following on from the success of the FinePix S2800HD, the S2950 will be available from Spring 2011.



FinePix T300 — Fujifilm has great photography down to a ‘T’ with world thinnest 10 times zoom compact camera!

High quality photography just got a whole lot more accessible thanks to the introduction of the new FinePix T300. One of two models that comprise Fujifilm's new T series



FinePix XP30 with GPS — a world's first for outdoor compacts

Fujifilm has raised the bar in the competitive outdoor compact camera sector by introducing the FinePix XP30; the world's first water, shock, dust and freeze proof model featuring built-in GPS functionality



The FinePix Z90 — a touch of social networking!

Introducing the undeniably stunning FinePix Z90 from Fujifilm, a super-stylish member of the 1st half 2011 range of digital cameras. It's packed full of fun and easy-to-use features, this camera really is not just a pretty face.



The new ‘J’ series cameras from Fujifilm: sleek, stylish and full of fun!

Following in the footsteps of the current J series models, Fujifilm today announces five new additions to the range.



New ‘A’ series of cameras are on this year's hot list

Following the huge success of the 2010 range of FinePix ‘A’ series cameras, Fujifilm is pleased to introduce four new additions for 2011.


The longer zoom Fuji's

I was using a S2500Hd which I upgraded about a month ago to the S4000 the buttons are a lot better placed on the new camera with somewhere actually to put your thumb I wouldnt bother with using the camera on fine though as it leaves a cast around objects which isnt there when you leave it on standard.
That's interesting Dave ...
Ive always liked fuji's superzooms, i used to work in a shop and sold a great deal of them!
Makes me wonder if setting them all to fine before they lef the shop was such a good idea?
Do you have examples? id def be interested to see the issue!

Anyway, welcome to the forum!

Its not essential, but always nice if you could pop into the meet and greet forum and say hi to the forum etc
Meet and Greet
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As an example of the cast you get on fine with the S4000. To be honest with the S2500 I always shot on fine and had some great results but with the S4000 I have found that standard gives a better result this second shot was taken on standard

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i used to have the S9600 & S100FS and loved them to bits, great cameras