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Digital Cameras Feature GPS Sensors

Fujifilm has launched two FinePix F-Series cameras, the F500EXR and F550EXR. Both digital cameras are available with 16 MP EXR-CMOS sensors, 15x super wide-angle FUJINON lenses, 3-inch 460K resolution LCD’s with 160° viewing and Full HD movie capture at 1080p, besides mini-HDMI output ports.


The F550EXR has just one feature more than the F500EXR. It has the GPS Geo-Tagging that will facilitate adding input regarding the exact place where each picture or video was taken so that it becomes easier to revisit the spot at a later time.

Both cameras also have a Pro Low-light Mode that enables the user to keep noise away from images, the Multi-Frame Technology to helps to save two to three pictures one on top of the other to create a blurred background image , the motion panorama with up to 360° captures, super intelligent flash, tracking auto-focus (AF), RAW shooting mode, face recognition, and the Photo Book Assist program with My FinePix Studio software.


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