On Monday, Fujifilm announced its new T-series compact cameras as well as various renovations to its current line, at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. The developer has introduced new features like geo-tracking and improved flash capabilities to its popular manual and point-and-shoot devices, but it’s major update are two entirely new additions.
The T-Series will premiere two compact cameras this spring, the T200 (at right) and the T300 (above). Fujifilm claims that both will include impressive zoom capabilities and come in sleek, 18.5-mm bodies. Each have 14-megapixel sensors and have the standard array of Fujifilm features, like dual image stabilization, face detection, face recognition, intelligent flash, HD filming functions, and smile detection.
The T200 will come with a 2.7-inch LCD in silver and the T300 a 3-inch LCD in black. They will be available in stores come March and April of 2011 for $179.95 and $199.95, respectively.
Fujifilm will also be updating its active camera line, its X-series. The XP20 and XP30 will both feature 14-megapixel CCD sensors with 5X optical zoom, and 2.7 inch high res LCDs with anti-reflective coating. More importantly for rough and tumble types, the cameras will be waterproof up to 16.5 feet, shockproof up to five feet, and freezeproof at 10 degrees Celsius. And of course, both are dust proof. The only difference in the two will be the geo-tracking and GPS tagging feature installed in the XP30. The XP 20 is due in late March for $199.95 and the XP30 in mid February for $229.95.