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Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR Above 10 Megapixel
The 16-megapixel Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR has a 20x 25-500mm (equiv.) optical zoom lens and it will actually fit in a pants pocket, making it perfect for travel and everday use. The F900EXR's 1/2-inch EXR-CMOS II sensor is the largest of all the pocket superzoom cameras and its also the only camera in its class with RAW shooting. It has a full range of shooting modes, including PASM manual modes; and it can record full HD video at up to 60 FPS. New for the F900EXR is improved auto focus and built-in Wi-Fi.
I’ve been a fan of compact cameras for a long time. As a mountain biker and skier, carrying a camera with me in the mountains is as important as carrying any of my other gear. After years of making image quality my priority when choosing a small camera, I finally saw the benefits of a long zoom pocket camera. After a lot of searching and reading, I decided to buy the Fujifilm F900EXR. The feature list looked like the perfect blend of image quality and zoom. I made the decision to buy the camera just before I set out on my mountain bike for a 7-day thru-ride of the Colorado Trail. What better way to break in a camera than a week in the Rockies? ... Continue reading →
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