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FinePix A series extended

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Fujifilm has extended its entry-level A series of digital cameras, adding the FinePix A610 and A800, both equipped with the latest image capture electronics and image-processing circuitry, the company said.

fujifilm finepix a800 front

The A800 is an 8.3 megapixel job with ISO 800 sensitivity. The A610 has a 6.3 megapixel sensor and runs to ISO 400. Both models have a 3x optical zoom, 14 pre-set scene modes and a 2.5in LCD viewfinder. They also contain 10MB of on-board memory and they'll accept both SD and xD memory cards for extra shot storage.

fujifilm finepix a800 back

The cameras are powered by a pair of AA batteries - bundled in the box - or suitably-sized rechargeables.

fujifilm finepix a610 front

The FinePix A800 and A610 are due to go on sale in the UK in February. Pricing has yet to be set. ®

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