Fuji Unveils IS Pro Infrared DSLR
Fujifilm today announced its newest infrared DSLR, the IS Pro geared for law enforcement and scientific fields. The camera can detect ultraviolet, visible, and infrared light. The camera includes Fuji’s Super CDD Pro and Real Photo Processor Pro, addi
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July 13, 2007 – Fujifilm today announced its newest infrared DSLR geared for law enforcement and scientific fields, the IS Pro. The camera can detect ultraviolet, visible, and infrared light. The camera includes Fuji’s Super CDD Pro and Real Photo Processor Pro, adding Live Image Preview and Fuji’s post capture face detection. The new IS Pro system is also offered with additional filters and lens accessories at a price range of $2599.95 for the IS Pro body alone to $4999 for the full forensic kit.
Following in the footsteps of its IR ancestors, the new IS Pro is the follow-up to the FinePix S3 Pro UVIR DSLR and budget Fuji IS-1 camera. The IS Pro, the third in Fuji’s growing line of forensic cameras, can detect UV, visible, and IR light from the spectrum of approximately 380nm-1000nm, according to a company press release today. Unlike the IS Pro and S3 Pro UVIR, the IS-1 can only process IR and visible light.
Among the new features on Fuji’s IR cameras is the Live Image Preview, a 30-second LCD preview of images direct from the sensor displayed on the monitor. Users can access the Live Image Preview function through the Display/Back button when held down for three seconds.
UV, IR, visible light detection
Live Image Preview
Post capture Face Detection
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