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The F800 EXR is a prime example of a relatively new digital camera genre; the compact ultrazoom. Cameras in this class are designed primarily for travelers who want a compact camera, a long zoom, tons of useful features, HD video capture, and lots of user input into the exposure process. The people who buy this style of digital cameras are often photography enthusiasts, but they are travelers first -- so most of them are reluctant to carry a heavy DSLR and an a bulky assortment of interchangeable lenses along on their trips. The F800EXR's body construction uses a durable polycarbonate outer shell over a metal alloy frame; tough enough for most travelers and its dust/moisture seals are more than adequate for this camera's target audience.Read our Full Review of the Fujifilm FinePix F800 EXR
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