Fujifilm plans to release three new F-series cameras in early spring with price points below $400. The cameras will features ultra zoom capabilities and all share the same EXR CMOS sensor.
The base model of the series will be the FinePix F660EXR. Specifications available on the 16 megapixel camera include a 15x optical zoom lens, three-inch LCD screen, 360 panoroma feature, a premium EXR auto mode with 103 control combinations, high speed recording at 320 frames per second and 1920 x 1080 high definition video recording.
The FinePix F750EXR expands the zoom capabilities even more with a 20x optical zoom. This is an equivalency of 25 to 500 mm. The FinePix F660EXR only comes in black, but this model offers black, white and red body color options.
More standard memory comes with the FinePix F770EXR. The previous models offer 25MB of onboard memory with the FinePix F770EXR obtaining 30MB. It also has GPS capabilities with landmark navigation and RAW format support.
Consumers can check out the three F-series cameras along with a slew of other new releases from Fujifilm at the International CES 2012 in Las Vegas next week.