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Fujifilm X70 16.3 MP Digital Camera - Black
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- Compact body with an APS-C sized X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II image processing engine
- Fujinon 18.5 mm F2.8 lens for a wide range of shooting conditions from landscapes to snapshots
- 180 degree tilting touchscreen LCD in an X-Series camera
- High quality finish and easy operation
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|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||16 megapixels||24.3 megapixels||12.8||20.2 megapixels||20.9 megapixels||16.2|
|Has Image Stabilization||No||No||Yes||Yes||—||No|
|Item Dimensions||6.4 x 11.2 x 4.4 cm||5.28 x 12.65 x 7.48 cm||11.48 x 5.5 x 6.62 cm||12.74 x 13.25 x 9.4 cm||9.8 x 5.8 x 3.1 cm||4 x 11 x 6.4 cm|
|Item Weight||340 grams||469 grams||351 grams||213 grams||210 grams||299 grams|
|Max Focal Length||18 mm||23 mm||75 mm||37.1 mm||30.6||36 mm|
|Min Focal Length||18 mm||23 mm||24 mm||10.4 mm||10.2||24 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16 megapixels||24.3 megapixels||16.84 megapixels||20.2 megapixels||20.1 megapixels||16.93|
|Removable Memory||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card|
|Special Feature||Auto focusing (AF) modes: Continuous Auto Focus, Face detection, Single Auto Focus, Tracking Auto Focus^Battery life:330 shots^Built-in microphone^Field of vision:100%^Full HD^Histogram^Light metering: Evaluative (Multi-pattern), Spot^Operating temperature range:0 - 40 °C^PictBridge^Self-timer^Self-timer:Copper ethernet cabling technology: 2,10 s^Sill image capture resolution:L: (3:2) 4896 x 3264 / (16:9) 4896 x 2760 / (1:1) 3264 x 3264\nM: (3:2) 3456 x 2304 / (16:9) 3456 x 1944 / (1:1) 2304 x 2304\nS: (3:2) 2496 x 1664 / (16:9) 2496 x 1408 / (1:1) 1664 x 1664^Touch sensitive screen^Vari-angle LCD display^Video recording^lens structure:7/5||Auto Focus (AF) lock; Auto focusing (AF) modes: Continuous Auto Focus, Single Auto Focus; Battery charger included; Battery life:270 shots; Bluetooth; Built-in microphone; Contrast adjustment; Custom colour; Dioptre correction; Hand strap; Handheld remote control; Light metering: Centre-weighted, Evaluative (Multi-pattern), Spot; Operating temperature range:0 - 40 °C; Saturation adjustment; Self-timer; Self-timer:Copper ethernet cabling technology: 2,10 s; Sill image capture resolution:6000 x 4000, 6000 x 3376, 4000 x 4000, 4240 x 2832, 4240 x 2384, 2832 x 2832, 3008 x 2000, 3008 x 1688, 2000 x 2000; Video recording; Voice recording; lens structure:8/6||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode^Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||—||Serial Shot Mode^Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority|
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Fujifilm X70 Black, Li-ion battery NP-95, AC power adapter AC-5VF (supplied with a UK plug), Plug Adapter, Shoulder strap, Lens cap, Metal strap clip, Protective cover, Clip attaching tool, USB cable, Owner's manual
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Built in Wi-Fi for shooting from your smartphone or tablet
- By downloading the free Fujifilm Camera Remote app to your smartphone or tablet device, users can use the Remote Control function, which allows a wealth of control, even from a distance. This functionality is ideal for a wide variety of shots, including group photos, self-portraits and animals in their natural habitat.
- Photos can be sent directly from the camera to the instax SHARE Smartphone Printer for instant instax prints.
- Wi-Fi Transfer*16 is supported, enabling wireless backup of the data to a computer*17.
*15 Android, smartphone and table devices, iPhone / iPad.
*16 Wi-Fi is a registered trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
*17 Requires you instal the free dedicated software “Fujifilm PC AutoSave” on your computer.
Function-driven Fujinon 18.5 mm F2.8 lens
- Comprising seven elements in five groups, including two high-performance aspherical elements, the lens delivers highly detailed images with minimal aberrations, sharpness and colour reproduction. Fujinon's HT-EBC coating has also been used to control flare and ghosting.
- Using a non-collapsible lens design and minimal lens length keeps size down and eliminates telescoping of the lens when powered up. The X70 is ready to start shooting the moment the user switches it on.
- The nine-blade aperture diaphragm combined with the large F2.8 aperture and high-quality optics lets users take photos with bokeh effects.
- A close focusing distance of approximately 10 cm*7 lets users enjoy all the benefits of macro photography.
*7 Distance from the front of the lens surface to the subject.
Fix your photos with film simulation modes and other creative features
- The X70's 16.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor controls moiré and false colours with the X-Trans colour filter, with its random arrangement of RGB pixels negating the need for a low-pass filtre. Combined with the EXR Processor II processing engine, the camera delivers images with levels of sharpness and low noise.
- Fujifilm’s colour reproduction technology, created through years of researching photographic films, helps reproduce warm skin tones, bright blue skies and rich greens.
- A high ISO setting of 51,200*8 has been made possible by optimising noise reduction processing. Noise is reduced even at these ultra-high sensitivities, reproducing deep blacks.
- Diffraction*9 is corrected by the Lens Modulation Optimiser which delivers quality detail even when the aperture is set to F16.
- The X70 features Classic Chrome Film Simulation mode, which delivers muted tones and deep colours. Users can choose from ten other modes that simulate the effects of traditional Fujifilm films. These include colour reversal film effects (Velvia/PROVIA/ASTIA), professional colour negative film (PRO Neg.Std / PRO Neg.Hi), monochrome filtres (MONOCHROME, Ye filtre, R filtre and G filtre) and SEPIA.
- Filtre functions are also available on the X70. Users can choose from eight different artistic effects:
Pop Colour - Emphasises contrast and colour saturation.
Toy Camera - Creates shaded borders as if you were taking a photo on a toy camera.
Miniature - Adds top and bottom blur for a diorama or miniature effect.
Dynamic Tone - Creates a fantasy effect by boosting tones.
Partial Colour - Retains one selected original colour and changes the rest of the photo black and white. Colours can be selected from red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.
High Key - Enhances brightness and reduces contrast to lighten tonal reproduction.
Low Key - Creates uniformly dark tones with few highlight areas.
Soft Focus - Creates a look that is soft throughout the whole image.
- The camera also features an Advanced SR Auto mode, which recognises faces and every scene type before automatically optimising the focus, exposure, ISO and other settings.
- Interval timer shooting for time lapse photography is available with intervals of one second to 24 hours for up to 999 frames.
- The camera has a completely silent electronic shutter that is capable of exposures up to 1/32,000 seconds. Photos with a shallow depth-of-field can now be shot with the aperture wide open. As there are no mechanically operated parts, candid shots of animals and sleeping babies can be captured easily.
- Other features include a Digital Split Image for precise manual focusing and Focus Peaking, which highlights the part of the scene that is in focus. This can be highlighted in white, red or blue, providing a focusing guide even when photographing a scene that's tricky to focus on.
*8 During expanded sensitivity.
*9 When a fine image that should be sharp is blurred when shooting by stopping down the aperture.
Intuitive operation with the touchscreen display
- The X70’s touchscreen panel, the one of the first in an X-Series model, enables comfortable and intuitive use. Turning the Touch Panel Settings on allows the following operations during shooting and playback modes:
- Focus Area Selection: Move the focus point to the chosen position by tapping the LCD monitor.
- Touch Shot: Touch to focus on a specific point, then take the picture.
- Swipe Movement : Swiping a finger across the screen scrolls through the images, one after another.
- Double-Tap Enlargement: Tapping the screen twice will enlarge the image, centering on the active focus point when the images was taken.
- Drag: Moving a finger across the screen when an image is enlarged will move it around the frame.
- Pinch out: Placing two fingers on the screen and widening the distance between them enlarges the image.
- Pinch in: While the image being displayed is enlarged, placing two fingers on the screen and narrowing the distance between them reduces the image size*10.
- All the touchscreen functions are disabled when the Touch Panel Settings are turned off.
*10 Cannot be zoomed out further than the original image.
Af system with Zone and Wide/Tracking modes for capture of moving subjects
- The AF system offers the standard 49-point Single Point mode for high speed and precision focusing, as well as the Zone and Wide/Tracking modes that use a large 77-point area to capture moving subjects.
- Zone mode allows users to select a 3 x 3, 5 x 3 or 5 x 5 zone out of the 77-point AF area. During AF-C*12, the camera continually tracks a subject, positioned at the centre of the zone. The centrally-positioned 3 x 3 and 5 x 3 zones deliver fast focusing thanks to the on-sensor phase detection AF.
- The Wide/Tracking mode is a combination of the Wide mode (during AF-S), in which the camera automatically identifies and tracks the area in focus across the 77-point AF area and the predictive Tracking mode (during AF-C), which uses the entire 77-point area to continue tracking a subject. This feature enables continuous focusing on a subject that is moving up and down, left and right or towards and away from the camera.
*12 AF system continuously focuses while pressing the shutter button halfway
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Purchased the X70 as it has a couple of features missing from the Ricoh, namely the articulated touch control screen which is simply fantastic for selfies, group shots with friends and to get photos without having to crouch down low.
Size wise the X70 is jacket rather than jeans pocketable, but still compact enough for day to day use.
Images from the X70 are slightly soft straight from the camera but you can adjust the cameras settings to increase sharpeness, colour, contrast, noise etc.
Great image quality and I love playing with all the Colour presets like classic chrome. Camera also has 7 buttons that you can assign custom function presets.
Great manual controls with direct shutter speed and aperture functionality. I've set one of the function buttons as a direct Iso control.
Camera has a fixed 28mm f2.8 lens but you can also shoot in slightly lower resolution 35mm and 50mm modes. Again very easy to select the zoom modes by turning the focus ring.
Auto focus is brilliant (fast) in single shot mode but it does hunt a bit in low light situations especially when flash isn't enabled..
Lastly GR owners might think that there is no Snap Focus on the X70 but Fuji has hidden their version within the manual settings. Select the manual switch, choose your focal snap length via the display bar and bang the camera focuses to the distance instantly, exactly the same as the GR. When you switch back to auto focus mode it keeps you last manual settings saved so when you need to go back to snap, select manual and your settings are there straight away.
Not much more to say other than its a fantastic camera. Very user friendly, fun to use and produces stunning images.
I sensed that I should consider Fujifilm, and after hearing a podcast review from Gordon Laing I bought an X70.
Shooting Fujifilm is a world apart. There are manual controls for everything: ISO (user-defined), exposure, shutter speed and aperture; this is wonderful.
This camera is almost perfect for street photography: discreet, well-made, and with an exactly appropriate fixed and wide focal length.
What it's missing is weather-proofing, image-stabilization, and a faster lens.
For that reason I shall be interested in seeing what Olympus give us with its forthcoming EM-1 version 2.
But for street photographers, I recommend you either buy this or the Ricoh GR II if you need a camera today.
I'm editing this review to concentrate on my one point of complaint: shutter lag. I can photograph an empty street, but in the image a car encroaches. This is my using firmware v. 1.1.
Shame: it's a fantastic camera.
Those of you who shoot street photography (like me) may think this sounds all very similar to the Ricoh GR. However, having owned a GR for the last three years (and loving it)…I think this camera is far superior.
For a start you get the superb Fujifilm film simulations, so Classic Chrome, Velvia, Astia etc. The lens is great (obviously…it’s Fuji), so images are very sharp with great punchy colours.
You also get the silent electronic shutter capable of shooting up to 1/32000 of a second. The standard leaf shutter is so quiet that 99% of the time I don’t think I’ll need to use it, but it’s nice to have and I will need it at some point.
The body is small (slightly fatter than the GR though) so great for carrying everywhere with you. It’s also very discreet for street photography (I have the black version).
The autofocus on the X70 is nice and quick - far quicker than the GR.
But above all, this camera has a wonderful articulating touch screen. In terms of getting discreet shots without people noticing, this an absolute game changer for me. In the short time I’ve had the camera I have found the ability to shoot whilst looking at a screen and not touching the shutter button has allowed me to get so much closer than I have previously. It gives me more time to compose as most people just don’t notice I’m there and if they do, they just assume I’m chimping.
The one thing the GR has over the X70 is snap focus. Snap focus is great and I was disappointed that Fuji didn’t implement something similar in the X70. Instead I’ve started zone focussing and using the excellent focus peaking, and to be honest, it’s working well.
Okay, it doesn’t have a viewfinder, let alone the hybrid viewfinder of the X100 series. However for me I can cope without the viewfinder and prefer the smaller size. The grip is far nicer (and more grippy) than the X100 (I always get the impression the x100 will slide out my hand).
One slightly irritating thing is when I have the screen turned on to shoot, I accidentally take shots of nothing, but it’s no big deal. The button on the left hand side of the menu button is slightly too close the screen as well so it can be a bit of a squeeze to press. Again, not a big deal though.
In conclusion, if you like street photography and want a small, discreet 28mm compact but don’t want to spend thousands on a Leica Q, you’re pretty much left with the GR and X70. Having used both, they’re both superb cameras, but I’d take the X70 over the GR all day long now.
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