[CES 2013] The SL1000 Camera is the Fujifilm camera that has the longest zoom (50X) of the entire CES 2013 line-up of the brand. If you are into really mad numbers, you can add the digital zoom on top of that and you get to the magic number of 100X. Anyway, many people don’t really like using the digital zoom anyway, but still 50X in this case represents a 24-1200mm lens, which lets users snap a macro photo at 1″ or shoot a telephoto picture from far away.
Interestingly enough, the Aperture is also pretty good. With values ranging from f2.9 to f5.6, the camera should do well in low-light conditions, or for quick bursts of photos in bright light. The Fujifilm SL1000 features the same BSI sensor than other recently announced Fujifilm cameras at CES, so the long zoom and its industrial design are the main differentiator.
Another one is the ability to burst-capture photos at 60FPS, which means that you can snap photos fast enough to rival a video capture, which is great for action photography. Finally, the camera runs with AA batteries, and will be sold for $299.95.
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