Fujifilm FinePix F600EXR brings AR landmark navigation to super compact table

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Fujifilm’s latest super compact, the FinePix F600EX, will not only take a mean picture, but will direct you to cool locations that would make prime subjects for snapping too.

Featuring an innovative Augmented Reailty mode, the F600EX comes pre-loaded with around 1 million editable landmarks which can be displayed on the camera’s 3-inch 460k LCD screen, helping you to locate tourist hotspots and the like while you focus on taking the best pictures possible.

Even it’s more regular features are pretty damn impressive; a 15x optical zoom is backed up with a 30x digital zoom, with the sensor a tasty 0.5-inch 16-megapixel EXR CMOS.

Motion detection software kicks in automatically when higher ISO settings are needed, eliminating shot-ruining blur. The F600EX is also capable of 1080p HD video recording.

Looking very impressive indeed then for a compact. Due out in October with an RRP of £269, you’ll be able to pick it up in red, black and white colours.

Gerald Lynch
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  • some really interesting information, well written and broadly speaking user pleasant.

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