Summary: Introduction: The Fujifilm F70EXR is the smallest Point & Shoot camera out there with a amazing 10x wide angle zoom! This camera offers a 10MP censor, ISO from 100-12800, 27mm wide angle lens with a 10x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom, CCD sensor, shutter speeds from 8 seconds to 1/2000 seconds,...
Pros: The Fujifilm's common strenghts are:, - 10 megapixals offer good quality images even up to 10x zoom, - Very good wide angle, - Very good zoom, - Lot's of shooting modes including 480p video and low light mode, - Comfortable to hold and transport (you can carry it in your pocket), - Good mode dial...
Cons: The Fujifilm's common weaknesses are:, - The camera doesn't memorize the photo you were just viewing. (example: You are viewing photo #54 out of 100, and you take a picture, then if you want to view IMG54 again, you need to click the button all the way to that photo, so it bascially doesn't memor...
Summary: As the reviews suggest, this is a good point-and-shoot digital camera for low light situations. Quite amazing what you can pick up in the dark or near dark, though image quality will not be the same.
Summary: This camera is one of the best when it comes to features, picture quality, button position and on many more levels.....in fact for the features it has...it is an excellent camera. Now for the bad.
Amazing in low light if you do not have shaky hands
Y. Kim "Zelium", Amazon
17 December 2009
Summary: My last point and shoot digital camera was a 2 mega pixel camera from Canon (Digital Elph S200). Then I bought my first DSLR, the Nikon D70. Ever since, I loved my D70 so much and I thought that I would not need a point and shoot camera any more. Wrong.
Summary: I was looking for a large zoom camera small enough to fit in a pocket and carry to places where I don't want to lug my DSLR or Canon A630 compact (which is a little big for most of my pockets.) This is very compact and the picture quality is very high.
Summary: Not sure why Fuji engineers had to go off and muck up a pretty good formula they've succeeded with on the previous F series. I've owned Fuji cameras for years (this is my 5th one) and have always liked their low light capabilities and simple menus.
Summary: Very good all around, great low light and program settings. I found the view window a dim in very bring light (not unusual for P-n-S cameras). Very impressed with image quality in general but esp. low light. It is slow to start up and the shot to shot lag is noticeable (2~3 sec).
Summary: My F70EXR REVIEW So far after almost 2 weeks use, i must say i like it. I bought it during my trip to tokyo last week for 32,000 yen tax free no SD card. its a unique general purpose pocket mega zoom but with many contradicting qualities.
Pros: -unique exposure system, -wide dynamic range, -wide angle and 10x zoom, -small and good quality, -can zoom during movies, -excellent low light abilities, high iso low noise, -very useful pro low light mode, -responsive, -some manual control
Cons: - the lens, though i love its range 27-270mm, it looks a little soft. Its not as sharp as my g7 but fine for family photo., - it does not actually have a proper iris, the aperture is changed using an internal neutral density filter., - focusing in dim light often not successful which takes away m...
Summary: Why does it come with a lanyard to go round a wrist - not much use for skiing, rock climbing, bird watching etc? Instruction manuals - printed versions in French, German and Dutch but not English. CD covers it but is less than useless while doing the above activities. I expect the rest will be good.