Like a seven-year-old beating you at Xbox on his first go, the smaller a camera is, the more impressive its capabilities can seem. Picking up where the F550EXR left off, Fujifilm's new premium compact crams even more features into its teeny dimensions.
For starters, there's the 16MP EXR-CMOS sensor, now backed up with motion detection tech to reduce blurring. Couple that with a 15x optical zoom, a panorama 360 mode and 1080p movie capture, and you start to wonder how this thing can take a bad picture. There's even an augmented reality landmark navigator showing the relative position of over a million places of interest – day-tripping photographers will be champing at the audio tour headset. They (and you) will be able to get your finger on the F600EXR's shutter button at the end of October but keep your eyes peeled for a Stuff.tv review coming soon.