Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR
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Qixnap, DP Review
23 March 2014
Excerpt: I got one on the cheap. The red one was 25 bucks less than the black one and I am a cheapskate, so red it was. Fits in a shirt pocket well and it didn't hurt the wallet much at all. It seems to be a bit more than I expected for a $125 shooter.
Summary: The optical zoom on this camera is pretty awesome as is the ability to shoot in RAW. There tends to be more noise at ISOs above 100 than I like, but for the price it's a great point and shoot camera.
Summary: I like it because it is a powerful and versatile camera, well constructed, intuitive and make stunning pictures. Just one item to make it better nex time: the power of the flash ( even this is a built-in flash, but can be powerful anyway)
Summary: This is a great camera that takes really good pictures. I gave it 4 stars b/c it is very complicated and just about need a manual to use it. The price was also great but I had to shop around for a week to get the price, well below $200.
Summary: I bought this particular camera because it had the fastest shuttter speed I could find on a point and shoot in my price range. I take tons of pictures of my toddlers so my main requirement was that the pictures not be blurry.
Summary: I love the camera but the instructions that come with it are very limited and the on-line one is more than 100 pages. Also I can't find a case to fit it that will also hold an additional SD card and Battery. Other than that I love the camera.
Summary: The camera does have very good resolution and nice features. For travelling if you don't want a gadget bag to hold your lenses & accessories, this is the camera to consider. Your pictures can be as good as a low-end SLR but without some of the refinements.
Pros: 1. Price: the price you're paying you have a solid camera with good resolution., 2. Lens: average aperture range 3.5 - 5.3 which is sufficient for most situations. On SLRs you can buy 2.8 lenses at a premium. 20x zoom has a good range. Get good enlargements at ISO 800 or less., 3. Focus: fast and...
Cons: 1. On their brochure the newer F800 supposed to offer better low-light capabilities., 2. Multiple exposure available on the F800 but not here., 3. Shutter speeds down to 8s sufficient but not as refined as some cameras with a B or T option available to increase exposure time as needed., 4. Focus:...