Nowadays, smartphones and tablets are equipped with built-in-camera. So, when we carry our smartphone/tablet with us, alongside we also carry camera. When we come across any moment or any situation and we wish to take a snap of it, we use our phone and turn on its camera and take a photo of it. However, you may come across a sudden delay to get started which leads to miss out from taking the photo of the situation/moment for which we were waiting to take a snap of. The reason is that smartphones, tablets and even dedicated cameras take time to start up the camera system which results in delay. So, if you are searching for a camera that will be able to take a quick start up, then you will be pleased to know that Fujifilm has announced the FinePix S9400W and S9200.
Fujifilm claims that both cameras are able to start up in just 1 second, and will have an autofocus time of 0.3 seconds and user will be able to take the next shot in just 0.5 seconds, thus providing the photographer to take as many photos within a short period of time. Both FinePix S9400W and S9200 are similar when it comes to hardware. However, the main difference between the FinePix S9400W and the FinePix S9200 is that the S9400W offers Wi-Fi connectivity and allow wireless sharing of photos and videos with the help of Fujifilm Camera application.
Both Fujifilm’s FinePix S9400W and S9200 features a 16MP CMOS sensor, along with a f/2.9-6.5 lens that lets users to optical zoom of 24-1200mm. Both the cameras also features an ISO range of up to 12,800 and users will also be able to take a snap of macro photos from a range as close as 1cm. The Fujifilm’s FinePix S9400W and S9200 will be available in March and will be priced at $349.95 and $329.95 respectively
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