Product: Fuji Finepix F700 Price: HK$4,680 Pros: Very light, small and affordable pricing Cons: Six-megapixel claim is most likely just marketing fluff When I asked Fuji about its latest digital camera, the Finepix F700, I had not expected to be bombarded with a heap of marketing material about the Super CCD SR sensor in this camera, which, Fuji claims, effectively doubles the resolution. So even though the Finepix F700 is a 3.1 megapixel camera, Fuji is claiming that with its newfangled sensor it will produce images equivalent in quality to a six megapixel camera. I cannot tell you at this point if this is true because the Finepix F700 will reach shelves worldwide only next month. It is expected to be priced at HK$4,680. Designed to be an ultraportable, the F700 weighs just 170 grams and doubles up as a Web cam. It also allows you to take action shots with a continuous-shooting mode. It comes with a cradle that lets you transfer pictures via a USB connection and also charges up the lithium-ion battery. More on this camera when we get our hands on it.