The new Fujifilm Finepix J40 has 12.2 megapixel, pin-sharp 3x optical zoom lens and a 3.0-inch LCD screen. This new Fujifilm camera offers 10 MB internal memory and is compatible with SD/SDHC memory cards which are available in a range of 2GB to 32GB sizes. The price of Fujifilm Finepix J40 is Rs 6,499.
Fujifilm Finepix J40 provides wide photographic versatility with the Panoramic Shooting mode which allows users to get immaculate shots of sweeping landscapes and large groups of people. Users can create a panoramic image by clicking three consecutive shots of scene. The Panoramic Shooting technology stitches the different shots to create one superb panoramic image.
The Scene Recognition Auto (SR Auto) feature on Finepix J40 detects a scene without the need to pre-select a camera mode. It automatically recognizes different possible scenes- Portrait, Backlit Portrait, Night Portrait, Landscape, Night and Micro.
With J40's Picture Stabilisation technology, users can minimize image blur and ensure clearer pictures. Face Detection technology sets focus and exposure on faces other than anything else in the background, revealing sharp and evenly lit facial features.
Fujifilm Finepix J40 Features &
* 12 megapixel
* 3x Fujinon zoom lens
* 3.0-inch LCD screen
* Panoramic mode
* Picture Stabilisation technology
* Scene Recognition Auto (SR AUTO)
* Detects the faces quickly in the frame and optimises focus, brightness and white balance
* Face Detection technology
* Picture Search – by Face, by Scene, and by Date
* Capture more than just a picture with 30 frames per second.
* 17 special scene modes
* Price - Rs 6,499
"Finepix J40 is a highly anticipated digital camera from Fujifilm. It is sure to be a hit with customers who demand an easy-to-use, affordable and color loaded image. Apart from being low on cost and high on style, the camera is a perfect example of the company"s constant endeavor to bring innovation and novelty into the camera segment. J40 has the Panoramic Shooting Mode, a distinctive technology that captures images like never before. The technology will help photographers take pictures effortlessly within a shorter span of time," said Kenichi Tanaka, Managing Director, Fujifilm India.