The FinePix S8400W brings a long lens, wi-fi connectivity, and is powered by AA-batteries, which is handy if you're wandering around the streets of Delhi, trying to figure out how to recharge your camera. The lens on the S8400W is a 44x 24-1056mm equivalent, with a maximum aperture range of f/2.9-6.5, and 17 elements in 12 groups. It uses a 16-megapixel 1/2.3-inch BSI-CMOS sensor, with ISOs up to 12,800, and a maximum shooting speed of 10fps at full resolution. If you're willing to take a size hit, you can get 60fps at 1280x960, or 120fps at 640x480. As with many ultrazoom cameras, the S8400W has an electronic viewfinder, this time with 201,000-dots, and it has PASM manual controls. No word if the thing shoots RAW, though. Expect it on shelves in May for $300.