Photo Film is strengthening its award winning range of Zoom Date 35mm cameras,
with the launch of two new cameras - the Zoom Date 1300 and the Zoom Date 125.
Both cameras will be available throughout the country in May.
Leading the range will be the Zoom Date 1300 - which will be the world's
smallest and lightest 4.6x zoom compact camera. Styled on the already successful
Zoom Date 1000, the Zoom Date 1300 is compact and sleek and will be Fujifilm's
new flagship 35mm model.
The Zoom Date 1300 is designed to be as easy-to-use
as possible but still employs the latest imaging technology from Fujifilm. Controlled
by a single button, the Fujifilm zoom lens can sweep from 28mm wide angle shots
to tight 130mm close ups, with the passive autofocus and macro option keeping
even the smallest detail sharply defined.
The Zoom Date 1300 also has an
extra large LCD screen to allow the user to effortlessly navigate the cameras
major functions - including flash settings, self-timer, remaining exposures, battery
life and date and time settings. Backlit for easy viewing in low light, the LCD
screen has a light green glow, changing to orange when settings are altered.
Zoom Date 1300 is cased in a sleek aluminium body and is sold in a premium velvet
gift set, which includes an infrared wireless remote control, case, strap, 24-exposure
Superia film and lithium battery.
Zoom Date 125
in May is the Zoom Date 125 Super. Designed to be small enough to take anywhere,
the camera is an attractive and compact family camera with a 3.3x zoom.
Zoom Date 125 will succeed the popular Zoom Date 120 and is even slimmer, more
compact and user friendly than its predecessor. A single button extends the Zoom
Date 125's Fujinon lens from 38mm to 125mm, bringing the photographer closer to
the subject while the automatic advanced infrared autofocus system ensures carefree,
The Fujifilm Zoom Date 125 also has an enlarged viewfinder,
making it even quicker and easier to frame shots. The LCD panel is large and easy
to read and keeps the photographer fully informed on operating modes including
the flash modes, remaining exposure count, date and battery condition.
cameras have a range of flash modes to suit all types of lighting including Fill
in flash, flash on/off, night (slow synchronisation) and Red Eye Reduction.