Fujifilm have today unveiled three new bridge camera to join their Spring 2013 range, the FinePix S6600, S6700 and S6800 with long zoom FUJINON optical lenses, with a 26x, 28x and 30x optical zoom respectively, all of which can capture at ISO 12800 and are have OIS in-built, and much like the F4800 that was released earlier, there’s also a new Super Macro mode that can shoot down to 2cm.

The S6600 ahs a 24-624mm range, the S6700 a 24-672mm range and the S6800 has a 24-720mm range (35mm format equivalent).

All three cameras will also include 16 megapixel BSI-CMOS sensors, with an autofocus speed of 0.3 seconds and start-up times of 1.0 seconds and a continuous shooting speed of 10fps. There’s also a Full HD movie recording mode which can capture in 1080i/ 60fps with stereo sound.

There’s no price announced yet, but each of the cameras will be available in Black, White and Red.

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