Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR
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Fujifilm F770EXR Digital Camera Review
21 August 2014
Summary: Fujifilm's vaunted F-series makes a comeback with the latest 2012 models, including the top-of-the-line F770EXR. But can the F770EXR, with a 20x optical zoom and the latest EXR sensor, return the series to its former glory?
Summary: Built-in GPS with Landmark Navigator option RAW shooting 1/2-inch, 16-Megapixel EXR CMOS sensor 20x Optical Zoom lens (25-500mm) 40x Intelligent Digital Zoom 3.0" ultra-clear LCD (406K) High ISO sensitivity up to 3200 (12800 in image size "S") Motion Detection EXR Auto Mode EXR HR (High Resolution...
Pros: EXR is one of the best Auto shooting modes available, Dedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to record, Great image quality, Sensor-shift stabilization works well with the large zoom, 20x optical zoom lens provides amazing versatility, Nice, Bright 3.0-inch LCD, Built-in GPS, Full of crea...
Cons: Some creative modes can be hard to use, Noise is out of control after ISO 800, Weak built-in flash unit, Flash does not automatically pop up when needed, Continuous shooting was not as promised, Priced a bit higher than much of its competition
Summary: The Fuji Finepix F770 EXR expands on the unique feature-set of the F550 EXR Fuji Finepix F550 EXR and remains one of the most sophisticated compact cameras to date. This digital camera uses a revised EXR CMOS-sensor that gives it a top resolution of 16 megapixels, up to 1600% dynamic-range,...
Pros: Low image noise in EXR-SN mode, Superb dynamic-range in EXR-DR mode, Consistent sharpness, Low optical distortion, Superb resistance to chromatic aberrations, Very good automatic white-balance, Reliable exposure, Superb stabilization, Very fast autofocus, Quick responsive, Great LCD visibility, S...
Cons: Softness starting ISO 1600 at 16 MP, Complex interaction of features, strange limits, Not, No physical aperture, Choppy LCD in continuous drive, 2s Video recording delay, No quick access to WB
Summary: In day-to-day use, the F770 performs really well, powering on and off is quick, the recycle time between photos is fast too and so, the camera is as sleek a piece of hardware as you’d expect; there’s very little to complain about in general use.
Pros: Nice build, sleek design, Compact and stylish,, Great superzoom optics, Fast processor, Image quality, GPS features
Cons: User interface is a tad clunky, No fun filters, Menus aren't very intuitive, Looks pricey
Conclusion: Without doubt the F770 EXR from Fujifilm quickly proves to be as functional as it is attractive and for all that it offers bundled so beautifully into a compact but punchy little package, it’s safe to say the price tag is absolutely appropriate as well.
Excerpt: Fujifilm has been gaining steam as a contender in the digital camera world. Names like Nikon and Canon have enjoyed elevated status for their diverse lineups for years. More recently, Olympus has been thrown into that mix as well, primarily for its more sophisticated models.
Pros: Nice chassis, sleek design, Small for a GPS camera, Capable pocket superzoom, Solid hardware features (impressive sensor technology, fast, powerful processor)
Cons: In-camera UI is clunky and unintuitive, Little low on the firmware features (no filters, unimpressive in-camera experience), On the pricey side for what you’re getting
Summary: The stylish travel zoom that's big on features, small on price
Pros: Excellent build quality, 20x optical zoom lens, Raw shooting capability, Full HD movies, Manual controls, The build quality of this camera is excellent; likewise the number of high-end features it has to offer, all for a very reasonable price.
Cons: Noise isn't well controlled, GPS drains the battery, Sluggish when shooting raw, Image quality at higher ISO sensitivities shows room for improvement and the GPS system puts a real strain on battery life.
Fujifilm combines style, versatility and high quality picture-taking ability in the FinePix F770EXR
Good Gear Guide.au
21 June 2012
Summary: Fujifilm's FinePix F770EXR is a versatile little camera with a nice design and an ability to capture wonderfully-detailed and richly-coloured images. Its 25-500mm zoom lens, along with a small body size, make it a suitable camera to carry at all times.
Pros: Great colours and contrast, Nice design, Versatile lens
Cons: Menu system could be a little better, High ISO performance not great, Video mode could be better