At a quick glance, Fujifilm's new super-zoom could pass for a compact DSLR. But, the 30x Fujinon zoom lens is firmly attached to the body, offering up a 35mm equivalent range of 24-720mm. That's 4mm wider than the 30x SP-800UZ we saw from Olympus. Zooming is handled by twisting a ring on the lens barrel, making the experience even more similar to that of a DSLR. Handling the image stabilization, you'll find sensor shift IS as well as Digital IS and a max ISO of 6400. Once the light moves through the glass, it'll be sucked up by a 10-megapixel Back Side Illumination CMOS sensor, which is capable of capturing 10 fps at max resolution.