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Fuji MX-2700

fujiCamera : Fuji MX-2700
Manufacturer : Fuji
Date : 1999
NATIONALITY: Japan
FILM TYPE: CCD Digital
IMAGE SIZE: 2.3 MegaPixel 6”x4” @ 300dpi
STANDARD LENSES/SHUTTERS: 35MM equivalent @ f3.2/8

The Fuji MX-2700 was the first 2.3 MegaPixel digital camera and what made it unique was it’s relatively small form-factor. This camera featured a number of advanced technologies including 2 RISC processors to process and store digital images. Cameras in this range were capable of producing photographic or near photographic quality at 300 dpi. The following are specs provided by the manufacturer’s brochure (and is available for download @ http://www.fujifilmusa.com/shared/bin/MX-2700_Brochure)

CCD sensor 1/1.7-inch CCD with 2.3 million square pixels
Resolution 1,800 × 1,200 / 640 × 480 pixels
File format JPEG (Exif) Storage media SmartMedia™ Card MG-4S, MG-8S, MG-16S, MG-32S Data compression JPEG standard (Exif)
Lens focal length Equivalent to 35 mm on a 35 mm camera
Focus distance 9 cm (3.5 in.) to infinity
Aperture 2 steps (F3.2/8)
Exposure control Programmed AE White balance Automatic/Manual (5 modes)
Flash Built-in Auto Flash with range of approx. 2.5 m/8.2 ft.
Digital interface RS-232C Video output NTSC/PAL
LCD monitor 2-inch LCD monitor made of low-temperature polysilicon
Power source Rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Dimensions 80 (W) × 97.6 (H) × 33 (D) mm / 3.1 (W) × 3.8 (H) × 1.3 (D) in. Weight 240 g / 8.5 oz. (excluding battery)

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Samuel Sanfratello

My name is Samuel Sanfratello (Sam). I am a NY state dual-certified Mathematics and Special Education teacher and a nationally certified Consulting Hypnotist. I am also the proud owner and operator of two companies: Monroe Hypnosis and Rochester Analytics. I am a 2nd generation Spiritualist (American Spiritualism) and a certified Medium with the Plymouth Spiritualist Church (the mother church of modern spiritualism). I am an organizer of the Rochester Paranormal Researchers, founded in 2007 and a lead investigator for the Paranormal Science Institute’s F.R.I.N.G.E team. In my spare time, I give back to my community by doing volunteer work for my church and for my local chamber of commerce. I became interested in the paranormal when I spoke with a spirit in my grandmother’s house in the early 1980s. I enjoy reading publications and scientific articles about the fringe sciences and I enjoy sharing these understandings with others.
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