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Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR Digital Camera - Silver (10MP, 10x Zoom) 2.7 inch LCD


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  • World's smallest 10x zoom compact camera with 2.7-inch LCD screen
  • 10MP Super CCD EXR switchable sensor and 27mm wide-angle lens
  • 3 EXR sensor priority modes for High Resolution, Wide Dynamic Range and High Sensitivity
  • EXR AUTO combining Scene Recognition and 3 EXR priority modes to optimise for 6 different scenes
  • NEW Pro Focus mode: create professional looking shots with a shallow depth of field

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  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 9.9 x 5.9 cm ; 181 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 762 g
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: P10NC01710A
  • ASIN: B002GKC5P0
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 July 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 73,001 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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The FinePix F70EXR the world's smallest 10x zoom compact camera. The real talking point of this camera is its massive Fujinon 10x zoom. These high quality Fujinon optics are housed in such a slender body that you can easily slip this camera in to any pocket or bag and take it with you everywhere you go, whether it's a day out with the kids or a holiday of a lifetime. Plus the 27mm wide-angle lens lets you fit more in the frame, great for sweeping landscapes or large group shots.

Box Contains

  • FinePix F70EXR Camera
  • Lithium-ion Battery NP-50
  • Battery Charger BC-45W
  • Hand Strap
  • USB Cable
  • AV Cable
  • Owner's Manual
  • CD-ROM

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    87 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. D. Turner TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 Sep 2009
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    Summary: If you want a small camera with a big zoom, that goes from wide angle to extreme telephoto, that can take pictures in poor light but also in the glaring light of midday then the Fuji F70 EXR is (as of 2009) the very best option available.

    I have a history of Fuji cameras and I am a fan. I use a Nikon Digital SLR when I can but a Fuji compact is never far away, and much less conspicuous at the zoo - I don't always want to look like "camera guy"!

    Back in 2005 I bought the legendary Fuji F10 the very month it came out. The F10 is the direct predecessor of the Fuji F70 and the design has remained similar: small camera, big LCD on the back, and the ability to take sharp pictures indoors without flash. In 2005 there was literally nothing else available that could do this. ISO 400, 800 and even 1600 yeilded sharp, well exposed pictures at a time that most digital compacts struggled with ISO 200. This mattered as it meant less flash photography. Flashes annoy people so you get less chances to get the shot. Since then, Fuji have evolved the formula into the F11 (an F10 with manual modes) F30 and F31fd (the first with face detection), the 8 megapixel F40 and F45 (Argos branded version of the F40) the F100 and more recently the flagship model, F200EXR. I personally have owned the F10, F45 and F200EXR.

    But the F70 has something new - that 27 - 270mm lens. The usual problem with long lenses is that they magnify camera shake, so faster shutter speeds are required. This generally means a bigger heaver lens to let more light in, or a better sensor inside the camera that works with low light. Again, the Fuji wins here.
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    17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Alien937 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 24 Sep 2009
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    I owned a FinePix J10 previously and upgraded to this model and haven't regretted it. The auto mode retains the J10's simple point-and-shoot nature, while the EXR mode and the extra tricks up the F70's sleeve are more than welcome additions.

    The dual auto-stabilisation and face-recognition options are excellent. I'm not the best at holding a camera steady, but shots taken with the F70 are razor-sharp and blur-free. It has 10x optical zoom and a wide angle lens allowing you to take incredible landscape shots. The EXR mode automatically adjusts the exposure, white balance, focal distance, ISO and EXR sensor mode, making it great for taking extra-special shots. In addition, there is a "Pro Focus" mode, which blurs the background of a subject for effect, and a "Pro Low-Light" mode, which takes 4 pictures and merges them together to reduce low-light noise. Both of these modes produced fantastic results in my tests.

    When it comes to video, there's a distinct lack of video editing options on-board, but this doesn't bother me; I generally wouldn't use it to take video, and would prefer to edit the video on a computer if I did.

    The build of the camera is noticeably better than the J10. It oozes quality, even if it isn't the best-looking camera out there (I had the gunmetal finish, which is very nice). It comes with an NP-50 rechargeable battery, a BC-45W charger (the charger comes as one unit - no cables - and is therefore more compact), a USB cable, an AV cable, a wrist strap, a basic printed manual, and two CDs containing the manual and FinePix Viewer software (which isn't required unless you really want it, on a Mac at least).

    Overall, a fantastic little compact camera which produces flawless shots.
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    21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Loved-IT VINE VOICE on 24 Sep 2009
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    This camera is packed with features, and overall I think it's well worth the money.

    First of all weight and looks: weighing in at 180g without battery and card it certainly isn't something you can fit into a shirt pocket that easily, unlike the Ixus 100 I recently bought. Looks-wise I quite like it. The body is nice and shiny with a deep gloss finish and metallic accents.

    The zoom and the wide-angle lens surely must be two of its biggest selling features. The 10x zoom is just superb. I've taken some shots at 10x magnification and the quality of the pictures is really first class. This is something you don't find very often on compact cameras, and I'm mightily impressed. The wide-angle lens is also a useful features, especially for group shots.

    Useability. For a camera novice like me I found the useability to be very good. The clickwheel feature works well and I like the fact that the screen shows a textual description of the function you have just chosen, just as a reminder. Very nice. I can honestly say I was up and running with pretty much all of the functionality within a couple of hours of experimenting. Perfect for a novice.

    The thing I am most impressed with though is the Pro Low Light mode. I tested this in some low light situations against my Ixus 100 (my only reference point) and the quality of the pics was really good. Very little noise going on and a much better result than what I would have expected. One other function that may be of interest to some is the "Portrait Enhancer" mode which smoothes skin shots to give that air-brushed look...could be of use in years to come!

    What can I say about image quality? I am no expert so you're probably better off referring to other expert reviews on the internet.
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