Certainly, this is not our first time to hear a camera with a built-in GPS, but to see it packed with 16MP image sensor along with motion sensors and augmented reality feature makes this Finepix camera an eye-candy.
To be more specific, this Fujifilm Finepix F600EXR is one of the few cameras we’ve seen on the market with an on-board database that locates your “point of interest” with records of around one million location displayed on its 3-inch LCD which users can customize by editing its name and add more locations. This feature is under the “Landmark Navigator” and as its description says, “it enables you to know where are the landmarks of the famous places you want to shoot at so you won’t miss anything”.
Other than that, this looks like your standard camera with 16 megapixel CMOS sensor and EXR Auto mode plus Motion Detection system, 5x optical zoom (24-360mm), F/3.5 max aperture, ISO Sensitivity up to 12,800 in S-mode, a 360 degree motion panoramic mode, supports SD/SDHC/SDXC storage cards; Pro Low-Light and Pro Focus for better shooting in areas with little light, 1080p video recording capability and it understand .RAF (Raw File Format) which might be handy for some photographers using third party image editing software. Its built-in GPS by the way works with the Landmark navigator to make it even more efficient which systematically works on Google Maps.