Fuji FinePix E900 ReviewPosted on 2006-01-13 01:17:42 by LSDsmurf
The Fuji FinePix E900 ($499) is a midsized digital camera with a 9 Megapixel SuperCCD HR sensor -- yes, you read that right: 9 Megapixel. The E900 uses the same sensor as its big brother (the FinePix S9000), though it doesn't offer the ISO 1600 and anti-shake functions as that camera. The E900 is the follow-up to the FinePix E550, which was introduced in July 2004. Both cameras share the same 4X zoom lens, 2" LCD display, manual controls, conversion lens support, and VGA movie mode. While the E550 offered an interpolated 12 Megapixel image size (double the resolution of the CCD), Fuji's latest SuperCCD-based cameras don't do that, so there's no 18 Megapixel setting on the 9 Megapixel E900. You can learn more about this nine megapixel digital camera over at DCRP's full review.