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Jindal Photo launches next-gen digital camera

Jindal Photo Films Ltd (JPFL), India's largest manufacturer of photographic products, has launched the world's smallest and lightest next-generation digital camera from its international partner Fujifilm's global basket

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Jindal Photo Films Ltd (JPFL), India's largest manufacturer of photographic products, has launched the world's smallest and lightest next-generation digital camera from its international partner Fujifilm's global basket. FinePix4700zoom is also the world's first camera that comes equipped with Fujifilm's latest image sensor technology, Super CCD (charged coupled device).
A light-sensitive electronic device, the Super CCD, enables FinePix4700zoom camera to offer higher resolution, sharper and, clearer images and greater sensitivity to light. This helps the user capture smooth images with balanced resolution and colour gradation.
Constituting a unique honeycomb octagonal shape, the Fujifilm Super CCD ushers in a new generation of digital cameras. Armed with a 32-bit RISC chip for high-speed processing and Fujifilm's Super CCD, this next-generation FinePix4700zoom performs a host of functions.
It is capable of capturing both mega-pixel images and video imaging equal to the quality of a digital camcorder. Besides being a useful device for amateurs, this ultra-compact digital camera is targeted at a cross-section of industries ranging from the print media and advertising agencies to hospitals as well as research institutes.
The new camera will be marketed by Jindal Photo Films Ltd. in India through its extensive distribution network.
With a weight of 255 gms (without battery), the ultra-compact FinePix4700zoom offers high sensitivity. This allows for dramatically increased digital photography - which helps record fast action, and checks the possibility of blurring. In short, it limits the number of bad shots considerably.
Most importantly, the Super CCD saves electric power due to its ability to generate high-resolution images with fewer pixels.
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