No. None being manufactured anymore. The last one was the Fuji Finepix S9000.
Believe me, I understand where you are coming from. Memory used to be a big investment, it was $1100 CDN for a 1 GB CF when I purchased one in 2002. Because of this, it was important when changing cameras that you could continue using the same cards.
This is no longer the case. Memory has become a cheap commodity and CF reserved for high-end use. As a matter of fact, local electronic stores do not carry CF cards anymore, at least here. We see them in photo stores where they sell the high-end cameras that use them. Devices are also dropping the CF slot, I do not remember the last time I say a laptop with a built-in CF reader. The last good 16GB SDHC cards I bought were $29 CDN and came with a lifetime warranty, so price is not very concerning anymore.
Also, do not forget that Compact Flash is on its last version. CFast or XQD will replace it soon and uses a different faster interface. However, it is great that CF has managed to stay this long without any disruptive upgrades like SD -> SDHC -> SDXC and let's ignore Memory Sticks for this matter!