Fuji wants to expand their digital camera lineup with four more new models that are of the point-and-shoot variety. First of all, there is the FinePix F300EXR which is a 12-megapixel shooter that can support up to to ISO 12800. One vast improvement found on this camera would be its lens, which is a 24 to 360mm mechanical zoom. Set to hit the market this August, the F300EXR retails for $330. As for the Z800EXR, this is also another 12-megapixel shooter, although the lens is a whole lot more limited being a general purpose shooter with a 35-175mm zoom range. It will also hit the market later this August, retailing for $230. Apart from those two, you will also get the FinePix JX280 which sports 14-megapixel sensor, 28-140mm lens (5x optical zoom), all going for $150 as it hits the market this August as well. Last but not least would be the S2800HD which will stand between the point-and-shoot and DSLR crowd, where you get a 14-megapixel sensor and an 18x optical zoom lens. At $260 a pop, it is quite reasonable, so you still have plenty of time to save up for it as it hits the market this September.