Fuji Finepix

Fujifilm's range of Pro and Enthusiast cameras features advanced technology and superb image quality. Suited to professionals and keen enthusiasts alike we carry the 4 cameras listed and are able to special order other products within their range. Please contact us for further information.

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Fuji Finepix XP30 (Orange)
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Following on from the success of the FinePix XP10, the FinePix XP30 offers a competitively-priced entry into the durable camera's sector with a specification that will ensure outdoor-loving photographers or adventure sports enthusiasts are well catered for.
In addition to GPS and its rugged build quality, the camera also features an impressive 5x wide-angle zoom lens, 14 megapixel resolution and a healthy range of picture taking functions.

Full specs. & review courtesy of Digital Photography;


Fuji Finepix S4000 14MP
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The FinePix S4000 is a new bridge camera from Fujifilm that’s truly geared up for a creative challenge.
Complete with a 14 megapixel high resolution sensor, a massive 30x Fujinon optical zoom, 3.0” LCD screen and 720p HD video capture (30 fps).
Features such as Scene Recognition Auto, Easy Web Upload, a HDMI port and the added bonus of an Electronic Viewfinder, will all help to enhance your photos. The S4000 is suited to photography enthusiasts who are looking to branch out and improve their photographic skills.

Full specifications & reviews courtesy of Digital Photography;


Fuji Finepix X100S
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A camera for those who want to bring a nostalgic purity to their digital photography. Combining classic styling and handling with cutting edge optical and electronic design, the X100S is instantly desirable from the moment you pick it up, & clearly owes more than a little to a certain Wetzlar-based manufacturers design ideas.

Equipped with a fixed 23mm f/2 Fujinon prime lens (35mm full-frame equivalent) and optical as well as LED viewfinder.
And if you've despaired of finding a compact digital capable of capturing that decisive moment, wait till you try the positive release action of the X100S. 

Review & specifications courtesy of Digital Photography;


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