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Fujifilm FinePix F600EXR Review: A Sharp Low-Light Shooter Discussion
Fujifilm has a long track record of creating compact cameras with innovative sensor designs that produce surprisingly good image quality in low light, especially considering the small size of the sensors. The first several generations of Fuji's special sensors were called the "Super CCD," and used octagonal rather than rectangular pixels. The most renowned camera of that first era was the F31fd, which camera buffs still talk about with reverence.
In 2008 Fuji announced a new version of the Super CCD sensor, the EXR, which used a color filter array layout that allows for binning (combining) two adjacent pixels of the same color. In early 2011, Fuji released the F550EXR, in which its EXR technology was combined with a back-illuminated CMOS sensor for greater speed and low light ability. The F600EXR is Fuji's follow-up to the F550EXR.
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