The FinePix HS30EXR and HS25EXR are high-end superzooms styled after the look and feel of DSLRs. Both have 1/2" 16-megapixel sensors, 30x manual zoom lenses (24mm-720mm), tilting 3" LCDs, and electronic viewfinders. Fuji is trumpeting that the pair shoot 1080p, autofocus time of less than 0.16 seconds, and 11fps burst modes. It appears the only difference between the two is in the EVF, and the HS30EXR's is .26", with 22° viewing angle, and 920k resolution, where the HS25EXR uses a 0.2" screen, with a 16° viewing angle, and 200k resolution. The pair will be available in March for $499.95 and $399.95, respectively.