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Fujifilm launches underwater housing for the FinePix F700 Zoom
Hot on the heels of underwater casings for the popular FinePix F410 Zoom and F401 Zoom, Fujifilm today announces a sealed underwater housing for its acclaimed FinePix F700 Zoom - allowing outstanding image clarity at depths of up to 40 metres.
A precision-engineered strongbox, this underwater package guarantees sharp stills and brilliantly colourful motion images. Practical and stylish, the housing won't detract from the ease of use of the FinePix F700 Zoom, and ensures that you can focus your attention on the underwater world, rather than worrying about the process of taking the photo. What's more, the housing will also protect your precious camera from snow, mud, dust and rain.
Built from high-impact strength polycarbonate to withstand underwater pressure, the housing is a gift for sports fans and a 'must-have' for anyone into diving, sailing or even skiing.
Will Rolls, Fujifilm's Marketing Manager for Digital Imaging, commented, "Under water is a notoriously difficult environment from which to capture clear and accurate images. The lack of light can result in dull pictures, but with its exceptional dynamic range capabilities, this camera copes superbly. The FinePix F700 Zoom has already received critical acclaim for its photographic flexibility and Super CCD SR technology. By combining sharp images and underwater photography, the F700 is an irresistible package for photography enthusiasts who like to get out and about."
FinePix F700 Zoom Underwater Housing features at a glance:
* Controls for all FinePix F700 still and motion imaging functions
* Depth rating: 40 metres (120 ft)
* Buoyant - camera rises to water surface when released
* Size: 143mm (W) x 93mm (H) x 92mm (D)
* Weight: 313g
* Underwater housing
* Spare O-ring (replaceable)
* Silicone O-ring grease
* O-ring remover
* Hand strap
* User manual
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Fujifilm is committed to developing the very best imaging and information products, both conventional and digital. The company employs more than 72,000 people worldwide, with 173 subsidiaries stretching across four continents. Outside of Japan, Fujifilm has key manufacturing facilities in Europe and the USA for core products such as colour film, colour paper, single use cameras and PS plates, and two further factories in Brazil and China. It has a global turnover in excess of £13 billion.
Fuji Photo Film (UK) Ltd has been supplying the imaging, printing and graphics industries, as well as professional and enthusiast photographers, with high quality, innovative products and services for over 25 years in the UK. It currently employs more than 450 people and has become one of the country's most popular photographic brands.
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