At CES 2014, Fujifilm announced two "super-zoom bridge" cameras that are indistinguishable save for one feature. The FinePix S9400W includes Wi-Fi, which allows users to transfer images and movies to a smartphone or tablet for instant uploading to social networking sites, and the FinePix S9200 does not.
The S9400W/S9200 both feature a 16-megapixel CMOS image sensor with a 50x optical zoom lens (24-1200mm in 35mm terms) capable of a 1cm Super Macro Mode, a one second startup time, Autofocus in 0.3 seconds, 10 frames-per-second Continuous Shooting, and Full 1080ph HD movie recording. If that wasn't enough, trying out any of the 10 Advanced Filter Effects, HDR (High Dynamic Range) image capture, or Motion Panorama 360°.
Fujifilm FinePix S9400W & S9200 Features:
16.2MP 1/2.3" CMOS image sensor
50x optical zoom
Full 1080p HD movie capture
ISO 100 - 12,800
5-axial Optical Image Stabilization
Electronic Viewfinder (200K dots)
10 frames per second Continuous Shooting
10 Advanced Filter Effects
Motion Panorama 360°
High Dynamic Range capture
Needs the free Camera Remote app (for Android or iOS smartphones and tablets)
Both new FinePix cameras debut in March (2014), with the S9400W carrying an MSRP of $349.95, and the S9200 $329.95.
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