Fujifilm’s FixePix F800EXR Will Let You Be Like Every Other Tourist That Comes to New York City

Fujifilm has been known for their EXR sensors being really quite good, and today they’re letting you totally be a creep and photograph someone from far away while instantly uploading to your smartphone. Indeed, the new camera sports a 25-500mm f3.5-f5.3 lens, a 1/2″ 16MP CMOS EXR sensor, the ability to shoot RAW, and wireless image transfer. Unfortunately, it only has a 3 inch LCD at 460K dots. But if you love shooting and sharing, then that screen won’t matter when your image is displayed on your iPad, iPhone or Android device. To be do this, you should download the new Fujifilm Photo Receiver app.

Then by downloading the free “FUJIFILM Camera Application,” the FinePix F800EXR is also able to record the user’s current location data provided by the smartphone or tablet’s location data (latitude and longitude), and display it on the F800EXR’s LCD.

The FinePix F800EXR will be available in August 2012 for $349.95 in black.

Chris Gampat

Chris Gampat is the Editor in Chief, Founder, and Publisher of the Phoblographer. He also likes pizza.