Posted on Wednesday, March 08 2006 @ 00:21:38 CET by LSDsmurf
Nine megapixels in a point-and-shoot camera might seem like overkill, but that's what the $499 Fujifilm FinePix E900 offers; as a result it delivers some pretty impressive prints, even at ISO 800. It's also quite a jump up from the next model down in the FinePix E-series, 6.3-megapixel E550, which sells for around $250. Equipped with a fully-automatic, point-and-click mode, the Fujifilm FinePix E900 is suitable for neophyte snapshooters. But it also comes with semi-automatic and manual exposure controls, which would appeal to intermediate photographers--those who want control over their photography, but are not ready for the size and cost of a digital SLR.. Head over to Imaging Resource to learn more about this 6 megapixel digitam camera from Fuji.