Much like the Samsung Smart cameras, the Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR long-zoom snapper has been blessed with the capability of transferring pictures wirelessly to smartphones and tablets. The device is deployed with as many as 6 photographic filters and it continues to integrate advanced and intuitive features found in its F-series predecessors.
The improved image quality can be attributed to the 1/2” 16MP EXR-CMOS sensor, while the Fujinon wide-angle long-zoom lens is responsible for offering up to 20x digital zoom. This snapper boasts of the Wireless Image Transfer function that facilitates uploading images and videos to various social networking websites via Android and iOS smartphones or tablets with the help of the Fujifilm Photo Receiver app.
“Sharing pictures has always been one of the most important things that people like to do with their images, and the new F800EXR allows everyone to do just that with its Wireless Image Transfer function. With sharing this easy, consumers now have a better performing, full-featured compact digital camera that delivers the beautiful images that smartphones just can’t produce,” cited David Troy, director of marketing, Digital Cameras, Electronic Imaging Division, Fujifilm North America Corporation.
In addition to built-in photographic filters, the camera comes with EXR Auto mode, complete with motion detection and mechanical image stabilization to detect moving objects and adjust the ISO sensitivity in order to do away with blurring effects. Some other attributes include priority modes, tracking auto focus, motion panorama mode and a flash control system amongst others. Furthermore, the camera can even record 1080p HD videos at the rate of 30 frames per second.
The Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR price and release date are pegged at $349.95 and August 2012, respectively.