For being so thin, the FY800's body feels fairly rigid, thanks to the anodized aluminum casing. That USB port cover, however, is begging for you to break it off.
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The FY800's dedicated recording button right up front makes taking voice memos a breeze.
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The controls are solid and usable on the FY800, even if some of their hidden functions can sometimes be hard to remember.
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The design doesn't break any new ground.
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The SD card expansion feature is a great way to beef-up storage. The flimsy door on the slot is not so great.
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It could have gone in my change pocket, now that I think about it.
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There is a lot of clutter for such a small screen. There are display preferences to help you optimize some of what gets displayed.
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