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Fujifilm announces F800EXR - 20x compact superzoom with Wi-Fi

By dpreview staff on Jul 25, 2012 at 05:00 GMT

Fujifilm has announced the FinePix F800EXR, a 20x raw-capable compact superzoom with built-in Wi-Fi. The F800 uses a 16MP CMOS sensor that offers the company's dynamic range or noise-optimizing EXR technology. Its stabilized lens offers a 25-500mm equivalent range at apertures of F3.5-5.3. It can also capture 1080p movies and offers P,A,S and M shooting modes. A near-twin of the still-current F770EXR, the F800 omits the older camera's GPS feature, but introduces Wi-Fi Wireless Image Transfer for Android and iOS devices via the free 'Fujifilm Photo Receiver,' app.

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Press release:

Fujifilm Brings Wireless Image Transfer to Compact Long-zoom F800EXR

Valhalla, N.Y., July 25, 2012 – FUJIFILM North America Corporation today announced the premium, compact long-zoom FinePix F800EXR digital camera that features a new innovative Wireless Image Transfer function that allows users to quickly and easily upload high resolution images to their smartphone or tablet. The F800EXR continues the tradition of superior image quality that the F-Series is known for with its speed, bright lens, intuitive use and advanced features. The new F800EXR also now includes six built-in photographic filters for users to get even more creative with their photography.

The FinePix F800EXR, with Wireless Image Transfer, features a powerful 1/2” 16 MegaPixel EXR-CMOS sensor that delivers superior image quality and performance - especially in low light situations. The F800EXR also uses the bright and fast FUJINON 20x Wide-Angle long-zoom lens (25-500mm) that produces exceptional images, along with an Intelligent Digital Zoom feature that effectively doubles zoom capability and an ultra-clear 3.0” high contrast 460K resolution LCD.

New Wireless Image Transfer Function

Fujifilm’s innovative Wireless Image Transfer function allows users to connect their smartphone or tablet* to the F800EXR and upload high-quality images to social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter in seconds. 

Connecting your FinePix F800EXR to any Android™ smartphone or tablet, or the iPhone™ or iPad™ is easy - all users have to do is download the free application “FUJIFILM Photo Receiver” to their device, then follow the simple instructions to get connected. To start uploading (up to 30 images per transfer), users press the F800EXR’s on-screen connect button to join to a device, then the images will be transferred to the Android™ smartphone / tablet or iPhone™ / iPad™ for easy sharing.  

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. Users can also send their images to their smartphone or tablet to display on a map where images were shot.  With a database of approximately 1 million landmarks worldwide, users can enjoy various functions, such as Landmark Navigator which displays the distance to a nearby landmark in the direction the camera is faced towards, and Photo Navigation which displays the distance from the photographer’s present location to the place where a tagged photo was taken.

“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,” said David Troy, director of marketing, Digital Cameras, Electronic Imaging Division, FUJIFILM North America Corporation, “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.” 

Fantastic Built-in Photographic Filters:

With its built-in photographic filters, users can now get even more creative with their photography. The F800EXR has six new filters: Pop Color, Toy Camera, Miniature, High Key, Partial color and Dynamic Tone.

EXR Auto mode with Motion Detection:

Fujifilm’s advanced EXR-CMOS sensor enables the F800EXR to correct motion blur on three fronts with mechanical image stabilization, high ISO sensitivity and the new Motion Detection capability working together. In low light conditions with EXR Auto mode selected, the F-Series automatically identify if the subject is moving. If it is, the camera deploys Motion Detection and a higher ISO to ensure the subject is captured with reduced blurring. If no subject movement is identified, the EXR-CMOS sensor automatically keeps the ISO lower and uses image stabilization to reduce noise.

Users who prefer to take more control themselves can also choose from:

  • EXR HR (High Resolution) priority mode – the sensor utilizes all of its 16 megapixels for the highest quality results.
  • EXR DR (Dynamic Range) priority mode – takes two pictures and combines them to provide a wide dynamic range of up to 1600%. 
  • EXR SN (Signal to Noise) priority mode – pixels are doubled up to increase sensitivity and give better results in low light conditions.

Sharp, Clear 20x Lens:  The FinePix F800EXR camera uses the FUJINON 20x Super Wide-Angle optical zoom lens that produces crisp high resolution results throughout the focal range, from 25mm wide-angle to 500mm telephoto, along with a Super Macro Mode that allow sharp focusing down to 5cm delivering the most brilliant detail possible. 

Impressive Speed: With auto focus speeds as fast as 0.16seconds, the F800EXR delivers outstanding high speed shooting capabilities, up to 8 frames per second (fps) at full resolution (11fps max speed at medium resolution), and full HD movie capture at 1080p (30fps) in stereo.

The FinePix F800EXR offers these additional features:

  • Intelligent Digital Zoom: With 20x optical zoom, Intelligent Digital Zoom delivers 40x total zoom, and 15x optical zoom extends to 30x total zoom.
  • HD Movie Capture: Full 1080p HD quality, a mini HDMI port and stereo sound with a high speed movie option for freezing fast moving action at up to an incredible 320fps.
  • Intelligent Image Stabilization: Intelligent Image Stabilization system provides further improved image quality with reduced blurring and noise in still pictures and even when shooting movies at the full optical zoom or in very low-light.
  • Amazing panoramic shots: Enhanced Motion Panorama mode that allows users to capture beautiful, seamless 360° panoramic images both horizontally and vertically that show fine detail, low noise and high resolution at 180°, 240˚ or full 360˚ panoramic ranges.
  • Tracking Auto Focus (AF): Tracks fast moving subjects so they don’t escape from the frame in a blur. Subjects will be tracked automatically for as long as it is kept in the frame and the shutter is half-pressed; when users fully press the shutter button your subject will be in the centre of the photo in perfect focus.
  • Shoot in RAW: Images can also be captured in a RAW file for advanced creative work after shooting.
  • Super Intelligent Flash: A flash control system which efficiently controls the level of flash for a given exposure to produce beautifully balanced flash illumination across the foreground and background.

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

For complete camera specifications, please go to:

* AndroidTM smartphone/ tablet, iPhone/iPad

Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR Specifications:

Body type
Body typeCompact
Max resolution4608 x 3456
Other resolutions4608 x 3072, 4608 x 2592, 3264 x 2448, 3264 x 1840, 2304 x 1728, 2304 x 1536, 1920 x 1080
Image ratio w:h4:3, 3:2, 16:9
Effective pixels16 megapixels
Sensor size1/2" (6.4 x 4.8 mm)
Sensor typeEXRCMOS
Color filter arrayRGB color filter
ISOAuto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200 (6400 and 12800 with boost)
White balance presets7
Custom white balanceYes (1)
Image stabilizationSensor-shift
Uncompressed formatRAW
JPEG quality levelsFine, Normal
File format
  • JPEG (Exif Ver 2.3 )
  • RAW (RAF format)
  • 3D still image:MPO compliant
Optics & Focus
Focal length (equiv.)25–500 mm
Optical zoom20×
Maximum apertureF3.5 - F5.3
  • Contrast Detect (sensor)
  • Multi-area
  • Center
  • Tracking
  • Single
  • Continuous
  • Face Detection
Autofocus assist lampYes
Digital zoomYes (2x)
Manual focusNo
Normal focus range45 cm (17.72)
Macro focus range5 cm (1.97)
Screen / viewfinder
Articulated LCDNo
Screen size3
Screen dots460,000
Touch screenNo
Screen typeTFT color LCD monitor
Live viewYes
Viewfinder typeNone
Photography features
Minimum shutter speed8 sec
Maximum shutter speed1/2000 sec
Exposure modes
  • EXR
  • Program
  • Aperture Priority
  • Shutter Priority
  • Manual
  • SP
  • Adv
  • Auto
Scene modes
  • Natural Light
  • Natural Light & Flash
  • Portrait
  • Portrait Enhancer
  • Dog
  • Cat
  • Landscape
  • Sport
  • Night
  • Night (Tripod)
  • Fireworks
  • Sunset
  • Snow
  • Beach
  • Underwater
  • Party
  • Flower
  • Text
Built-in flashYes
Flash range3.70 m (Wide: 15 cm–3.7 m / Tele: 90 cm–2.4m)
External flashNo
Flash modesAuto, On, Off, Red-eye, Slow Sync
Drive modes
  • Single
  • Continuous
  • Self-timer
Continuous drive11 fps
Self-timerYes (2 or 10 sec, Auto release, Auto shutter (Dog, Cat))
Metering modes
  • Multi
  • Average
  • Spot
Exposure compensation±2 (at 1/3 EV steps)
AE Bracketing (at 1/3 EV, 2/3 EV, 1 EV steps)
WB BracketingNo
Videography features
Resolutions1920 x 1080 (30 fps), 1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps)
FormatMPEG-4, H.264
Storage typesSD/SDHC/SDXC
Storage included30 MB
USB USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)
HDMIYes (mini)
Remote controlNo
Environmentally sealedNo
BatteryBattery Pack
Battery descriptionLithium-ion NP-50A rechargeable battery and charger
Battery Life (CIPA)300
Weight (inc. batteries)232 g (0.51 lb / 8.18 oz)
Dimensions105 x 63 x 36 mm (4.13 x 2.48 x 1.42)
Other features
Orientation sensorYes
Timelapse recordingNo
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Total comments: 60
By mbrobich (Aug 5, 2012)

Why no XS-1 review, dpreview ???????? This is way overdue !!!!!!!!!!! Are you afraid that it will clobber every other superzooms out there in image quality ??

By Goodmeme (Jul 26, 2012)

transfer to android wifi or bluetooth is my must have feature, in my next slr / serious camera.

I'm sure its great in this compact too, and I'd recommend this camera if only for this feature. But what I really want is my 5D to be able to do this, or more specifically for me to be able to download at top speeds into my computer just be turning on the camera somewhere else in the house. All the wifi settings must be stored.

And another thing Canon if you're reading this. I don't want just 802.11g or even n. Make it 802.11g, n and ac compatible. i.e. future proof it to 1Gb speeds. Then standardise to the entire product line, and you have a feature people will use and love, much better than the direct print button :)

By MDwebpro (Jul 26, 2012)

Pros: RAW capture (Woohoo!), good zoom range (far more than necessary at telephoto end), 460K pixel LCD screen, smart flash, built-in HDR (though I wish it incorporated three exposures, rather than two), 1/2000 maximum shutter speed, full-HD video capture and stereo sound, acceptable weight and size.

Cons: Sensor size is still too small, LCD screen is not fully articulated, maximum aperture is still too slow (see the new Lumix bridge camera), autofocus is still too slow (.16 seconds), flash range is insufficient.

But from a glass-is-half-full perspective, the manufacturers are (slowly) getting closer to what a lightweight, advanced enthusiast travel camera should be! Maybe another 3-4 years and they'll have the formula right. I remain ever-hopeful.

By nekrosoft13 (Jul 28, 2012)

the new Lumix bridge camera has 2.8 aperture but sensor is even smaller. you can't have it all.

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By atetuna (Sep 26, 2012)

People are going to say superzooms have too small sensors unless they have full frame sensors. There's no winning.

By SergeyMS (Jul 26, 2012)

F800 is great name from the past! Hope, new camera will be praiseworthy its famous predessor

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By RusVolley (Jul 26, 2012)


By CameraLabTester (Jul 26, 2012)




For every newfangled camera churned out from these manufacturers, they invent a few newfangled acronyms of the most sordid kind.

This camera is a BOAR. (as all other P&S and DSLRs)

Becomes Obsolete At Retail.


By meanwhile (Jul 26, 2012)

Err, those terms have been used with Fuji EXR cameras for the last 5+ years, hardly newfangled.

By Anepo (Jul 25, 2012)

Here is what I want in a camera: good battery life, good image quality, low noise, takes pictures, full manual modes & slowly bigger & bigger sensors, SCREW GPS, WIFI, TOUCH SCREEN & all that CRAP!

They KEEP sacrificing what a camera is SUPPOSED TO DO for stuff that ALMOST NO ONE USES!

I just want a camera that WORKS as a CAMERA, takes good images, delivers good flexibility & does what I tell it to, IS THAT TO DIFFICULT?! Do I have to start my own company to TEACH them how to DESIGN a camera?

And I say this as a person who has had 9 DSLR's, 10-20 film cameras & 5-8 compact cameras & been for several years photographing.

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By mister_roboto (Jul 25, 2012)

You forgot to add "and GET OFF MY LAWN!"

By wlachan (Jul 25, 2012)

EXR meant something once, no more.

By absentaneous (Jul 25, 2012)

I keep wanting to buy one of these EXR large zoom cameras from fuji since the F70EXR because on paper they always look so good. but after seeing their image quality I always had to say, no, thank you. maybe this time it will be different. my super zoom compact is getting a bit older already so time to replace it.

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By Nate21 (Jul 26, 2012)

I agree in general it seems the Fujifilm f70exr,f100fd, and f200exr used the exr sensor correctly. I have a f70exr as well it is a great camera.

Andrew Higgins
By Andrew Higgins (Jul 25, 2012)

The image quailty from my F550exr is stunning from a small sensor. It's already a useful mix of spec', but this new F880exr seems to be an astonishing mix of useful features, which link in to the smartphones we use. Effectively turns your iphone, or android device into a highly spec'ed camera. Very clever forward thinking by Fuji, which I expect will be followed by other manufacturers.

By Anepo (Jul 25, 2012)

the fact that manufacturers are thinking about making cameras run by android & ios.... makes me want to just go back to film >.>

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Cy Cheze
By Cy Cheze (Jul 25, 2012)

Distinct "dog" and "cat" modes. Sure glad to have both options, rather than crowding either out with something useless like GPS or time lapse. One can accept just about any privation, but never dishonor the bite and scratch boundary between cannophiles and felinophiles.

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iae aa eia
By iae aa eia (Jul 25, 2012)

these cameras are or well designed or have an interesting lens or nice features, but this sensor size is so boring...

By keeponkeepingon (Jul 25, 2012)

The 60th superzoom of 2012 (really)


By zorgon (Jul 25, 2012)

I wouldn't get one myself, but the 1/2" sensor is definitely an improvement over the standard 1/2.3" sensor typically found on these superzooms. They are useful cameras in bright light. Idea for the stealth beach pervert.

By dbo (Jul 25, 2012)

Ääääm, improvement? Ok, actually you are right.
But to be honest, do you think having a sensor area of 31mm² instead of 29mm² is groundbreaking?

By Tee1up (Jul 25, 2012)

And, it is an 8mm diagonal sensor or just under 1/3 of an inch. Yeah I know, all companies use this anachronistic measurement system that in no way reflects the true size of the sensor but it drives me crazy.

By Anepo (Jul 25, 2012)

Improvement? yes, I just hope with time they manage technology to make it bigger & bigger sensor without sacrificing something else.

By mpgxsvcd (Jul 25, 2012)

I hope that sensor can make up for the incredibly slow F3.5-F5.3 lens. Fuji makes good sensors so it might actually work.

By Anepo (Jul 25, 2012)

I really don't care about how slow the lens is, as long as it doesnt go past f5.6 in the longer zoom I am fine with it, however the image quality is everything.

By Cane (Jul 25, 2012)

Why is the length of a p&s zoom the only thing ever marketed or considered? 20x! Whoopie!

By techmine (Jul 25, 2012)

Most people think it's a copy cover camera. I don't find a camera with 20x zoom on a 1/2 inch sensor with PASM modes in the market(Fuji has one). Also most people don't know how good is the EXR sensor on these fujis. Now no GPS? I agree that's a bit of a step backward. With WiFi everywhere, building a camera to upload pics to social sites is cool too.

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By atetuna (Sep 26, 2012)

Ideally I would want GPS, but it seems that all implementations of it have been poor.

By depscribe (Jul 25, 2012)

What? No built-in telephone of MP3 player? No web browsing on the LCD? No Tootter or Farcebook? What good is it? A camera that only takes pictures? That is *so* when photography was an art.

By AbrasiveReducer (Jul 25, 2012)

And priced accordingly. No doubt this is a "fail" to the gadgeteers but probably just fine for taking photos.

By ngollan (Jul 25, 2012)

No viewfinder, no deal.

How is that anything new, in a market where wireless transceivers can be added by plugging something into an SD slot? It's just another used-bar-of-soap design slapping "superzoom" optics on a tiny sensor without adding actual value.

By Camediadude (Aug 1, 2012)

I concur. If Fuji, instead of putting gps/wifi/whatever wireless silliness in that top hump, made the hump like 2cm higher and then put in a decent little built in evf in that location, and charged just a bit more, people would be on that thing like hotcakes! I am still waiting for a manufacturer to do this, sigh! The last company to make a little compact with a built-in evf was Nikon - P60. I am strangely tempted to acquire one, despite the abundance of complaints about lens errors, oh what to do, what to do heheh...

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By Parappaman (Jul 25, 2012)

Finally a superzoom announcement by Fuji! The 8 models they introduced in January were far too few to saturate the market.

Now I'll patiently wait for a Fuji F810 EXR with both GPS and WiFi, and the upcoming Fuji F805 EXR with WiFi and no RAW. Hope there will be some room left for a Fuji F815 with improved WiFi capabilities within the next couple weeks though...

By jcmarfilph (Jul 25, 2012)

Now I wanna see an Android OS built in to these Fuji cameras.

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By Anepo (Jul 25, 2012)

Sir.... you make me want to stab you for saying that >.> Android & IOS can go to hell when it comes to cameras (saying this as an IOS user)

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By atetuna (Sep 26, 2012)

I would too. It'd mean that if GPS comes back, I have a reasonable chance of writing an app that displays the GPS coordinates on the screen. To me GPS is nearly worthless if I can't see the coordinates until I offload the pictures.

By jj74e (Jul 25, 2012)

Boring....why are camera companies always so complacent? They don't innovate themselves; they just copy when another company comes out with something, and usually that something isn't particularly innovative or well implemented anyway.

There's already too many scene modes thrown up all over the market, so then they starting hurling filters everywhere. Suddenly multi-exposure combinations to reduce noise and increase DR became popular. Then GPS became a must in several models and now Wi-fi will be snaking around all the model refreshes.

Not that these are bad things, but none of them are real innovations that make the actual camera better. A smartphone can already do all these; the compacts are slowly catching up with smartphones- when will a company make a feature that makes the compact worth the pocket space again?

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By Revenant (Jul 25, 2012)

They're afraid of losing market shares if they don't offer what the rival companies offer. These companies aren't primarily in the business of advancing technology; they're in the business of making money, first and foremost.
But it's not always the case that companies copy each other. Quite often they arrive at the same idea at roughly the same time, because their market analysis has reached the same conclusions about what the consumers want/need.

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By jj74e (Jul 25, 2012)

They should be trying to win market shares by advancing technology though, not simply do what others do. Like in the smartphone business or to an extent even the laptop business.

I don't think same analysis times is applicable here since Samsung has used wifi in their compacts for a couple years now I think. But that's a good point.

By Boerseuntjie (Jul 25, 2012)

Did you listen to yourself? you sound like you are preaching to Samsung who brings nothing new to the table and no they did not have Wi-Fi in their cameras for a couple of years now.

By Boerseuntjie (Jul 25, 2012)

I stand corrected, yes Samsung has had Wi-Fi in their cameras for a few years now but then again Eye-Fi cards were available long before 2009

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By magneto shot (Jul 25, 2012)

pureview 808 from nokia. now that is innovation. we can shoot the dead horse OS again and again, but we must respect the balls they had for putting the biggest sensor on mobile cam so far and the zoom using resolutuion, now thats smart.

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By AbrasiveReducer (Jul 25, 2012)

I agree that most of these things are useless gimmicks, to be expected with cameras becoming electronic toys. However, multiple exposures to increase dynamic range has the potential to address a real problem, especially with tiny sensors.

By Grimbald (Jul 25, 2012)

Well, I've recently bought the F770EXR and an Eye-Fi card, so I have both the WiFi and the GPS functionalities for my camera.

The setup works very well with my Motorola XT910 (RAZR Droid). I've even posted on Flickr with the Android phone using this combo.

Don't know if people that buy this new camera will be able to add the GPS funtionality at a later time (most probably not).

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By Boerseuntjie (Jul 25, 2012)

Only one difference between the Fuji and Samsung Wi-Fi camera...note the description

Fuji Wirelessly Transfer Beautiful, Sharp Pictures to Their Smartphone or Tablet for Easy Online Uploading

Samsung Wirelessly transfer boring mediocre pictures to other Samsung boring and mediocre devices.

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By jj74e (Jul 25, 2012)

Yeah...boring and mediocre....that's why Samsung is the largest electronics company in the world, particularly successful with those smartphones you mentioned.

By Sdabur (Jul 25, 2012)

Being largest and being successful are the two different sides of a coin my friend.. (<(:)>)

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By fanfong (Jul 25, 2012)


"I" before "E", except after "C".

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By belard (Jul 25, 2012)

What if ancient Sir Keith fancies to seize his weird foreign concierge?

By jj74e (Jul 25, 2012)

talk about memories...haven't heard that one for a long time

By IcyVeins (Jul 25, 2012)

I don't get the point of GPS anyway. Just to automatically mark the location of your photos? What is the point of that? Wifi seems much more useful.

By Nate21 (Jul 25, 2012)

Another rehash from fujifilm smh

By Boerseuntjie (Jul 25, 2012)

I can not wait for all the Samsung fan boys to go.... see Fuji just ripped off Samsung now you know how it feel when your competitor takes your ideas looser...LOL

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By fanfong (Jul 25, 2012)

The fuji forum has the biggest bunch of liars in it on this site. There's one guy who's already claiming the Samsung gives a "better experience" compared to the EOS-M, which hasn't even hit stores.

You pretty much have to take everything there with a grain of salt because most of those fanboys are busy lying about the cams, concealing problems, then jumping on the people that reveal the massive problems, then there are Samsung shills and marketing people playing with the forum.

With WIFI, the few people that have them are complaining a bit. It's not optimized yet. Since their RAW files are still huge, they need to use jpeg, but Samsung's jpeg engine is garbage. If you shoot on low light, these cams aren't for you, either.

By tjobbe (Jul 25, 2012)

yeah, again well informed...

but you are aware that no Samsung camera can upload any file to any smartphone ?

The smartphone downloads from the Camera or the camera directly uploads to the internet without storing on the smartphone (BTW: why do you want to store an image first on the smartphone that if you want to share it on the internet ????)

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By jj74e (Jul 25, 2012)

I don't see any such fanboys...a little delusional I might say.

By jj74e (Jul 25, 2012)

@fanfong I think you mean the "samsung forum" since you are clearly a fuji fanboy.

If you actually went on the Samsung forum instead of just spewing lies yourself, you would see that the problems of the cameras are discussed time and time again.

So people conceal the cameras problems yet they complain enough for you to know about them? Sounds right. Btw, I rather like the JPEGs- colors/exposure usually great- except at above ISO 3200 when the NR smears too much. RAW sizes are an issue that have been discussed to death already (including a firmware for the NX20 that cuts the write times in half), along with other issues.

Before you start accusing Samsung users of fanboy-ism, check your own comments supporting Fuji like it's in a cult war against Samsung.

By Greynerd (Jul 25, 2012)

You seem amazingly obsessed by Samsung. I have been looking at your comments and a tremendous amount are about Samsung. I reckon you are a fan but just do not want to admit it. It is easy to see denial when someone protests so much yet is obviously thinking all the time about something.

By Boerseuntjie (Jul 25, 2012)

Yes you have it, I might come out of the closet one day

By Professor999 (Jul 25, 2012)

Just so you know I've flagged your last post as inappropriate.
You probably think you are being funny with such tasteless language but you've just revealed your true colours.
As I said please seek help.
After this post you've lost all credibility.

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