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Fujifilm announces F770EXR and F750EXR raw-capable 20x CMOS compact superzooms

By dpreview staff on Jan 5, 2012 at 05:00 GMT

Pre-CES: Fujifilm has announced the FinePix F770EXR, a 20x, raw-capable compact superzoom with GPS. The F770 uses a 16MP CMOS sensor that offers the company's dynamic range or noise-optimizing EXR technology. Fujifilm says the latest iteration offers 30% less noise than existing 16MP EXR models. The camera's stabilized lens offers a 25-500mm equivalent range at apertures of F3.5-5.3. It can also capture 1080p movies and offers P,A,S and M shooting modes. The F750EXR is the same camera without the GPS functions.

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Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR - Incredible zoom and fast focusing in compact body

Fujifilm will set the new standards for digital long zoom compact cameras in 2012 with the launch of the FinePix F770EXR. The FinePix F770EXR will redefine what’s possible with a small camera thanks to its enviable specification and 20x optical zoom lens.

In addition to a wide-reaching zoom range, the FinePix F770EXR boasts an improved 16-megapixel EXR-CMOS sensor, enhanced GPS functionality and stylish design touches, yet the dimensions of the body have remained small.  With such a powerful performance in a pocket-sized package, this new camera will give both families and regular travellers the perfect camera to capture a huge range of photographs.

EXR-CMOS – Flexible and versatile image sensor

The F770EXR features Fujifilm’s unique EXR-CMOS sensor which has been further evolved. The EXR Auto, which automatically optimises settings according to scene types, has now been expanded to offer 103 different shooting patterns and which pushes the camera’s low-light capabilities even further.

By re-shaping the photo diodes, the EXR-CMOS sensor displays a 30% reduction in digital noise over the previous version at high ISO settings. Users can now capture great detail in low-light scenes without resorting to flash, while being confident that noise won’t spoil the ambient light effects.

The EXR sensor’s unique construction also allows it to change its characteristics according to the lighting conditions. Photographers can select High Resolution (HR) Priority for the best possible picture quality, Wide Dynamic Range (DR) Priority for scenes with high contrast or High Sensitivity and Low Noise (SN) Priority for great results in low light, or leave the camera to make its own choice by selecting the EXR AUTO mode.

Maximum zoom, minimum size

The body of the FinePix F770EXR is the smallest housing in the world*1 to include a 20x optical zoom lens. The 25-500mm focal range (equivalent to a 35mm camera) is able to tackle a vast range of subjects from wide-angle landscapes through to tightly cropped wildlife pictures. The wide zoom range capability is due to the newly designed Double Sliding Lens System that features two additional lens elements within the optical construction to extend the zoom capabilities and boost image resolution.

In addition to the 20x optical zoom, the FinePix F770EXR also benefits from Fujifilm’s Intelligent Digital Zoom feature which effectively doubles the focal range. This means that users get a maximum telephoto setting of 1000mm*2, to pull in even the most distant objects. Thanks to clever image processing, the Intelligent Digital Zoom feature doesn’t affect image quality in the same way as a conventional digital zoom function, so users can be confident that image quality will remain, even when the lens is zoomed out to the maximum focal length.

*1 Among 20x long zoom compact models as of December 2011.

*2 Equivalent to angle of view on a 35mm camera.

Speed so you never miss a moment

The FinePix F770EXR has been given additional enhancements over its predecessor, making it even better to use. The FinePix F770EXR has been optimised for faster start-up. Turn the power ON and it is ready to shoot in only 1.5 seconds. In addition, shot-to-shot times are very short (minimum 0.8 second and 1.0 second respectively). The AF speed has also been decreased to as little as 0.16 seconds, helping users lock onto their subjects in a flash. So, the FinePix F770EXR is ready for action when you are!

A landmark in GPS functionality

Travelling photographers, or those simply wanting to pinpoint their location, will benefit from the FinePix F770EXR’s improved GPS functionality. A new high sensitivity antenna also helps to find the camera’s position more quickly.

A further improvement sees the new model now include Route Log, where the camera creates an illustrated map showing where you’ve travelled and Photo Navigation, where the distance from and direction to a previous location are displayed.

Users can record and edit their favourite places in the camera with the new MY Landmark function. Also included in this model is the Landmark Navigator feature, which behaves in two different ways according to how the camera is held.

The FinePix F770EXR will indicate nearby landmarks and the distance the user is away from them. Hold the camera upright for normal picture taking and you’ll see the name of the nearest landmarks – and the distance to them. Point the lens towards the ground and the LCD converts to a radar view to show locations relative to where the user is standing. Both functions are ideal for those photographers keen to see all the famous places a location has to offer.

Powerful features for stills and video capture

In addition to offering a powerful zoom lens, the FinePix F770EXR has a full set of features that allow users to take full control of their picture taking. Whether you want the simplicity of point and shoot photography or a greater level of control over aperture and shutter speed, the FinePix F770EXR has the features required.

Output from the internal flash has also been boosted, with subjects up to 3.7m away now within reach, while for those preferring to shoot with just ambient light, ISO performance of up to 12,800* is available.

The FinePix F770EXR also contains the option of a RAW file format for unaltered files and has continuous shooting at up to 11 fps (Image size M only) for action shots and 1080p Full HD movie recording at 30 fps with stereo sound, which is perfect for playing back on a HD ready TV. High Speed movies can be recorded at up to 320 fps and all movie modes now come with Face Tracking Auto Focus, which ensures that faces stay sharp and correctly exposed even when the subject is moving. Even if a focus-locked subject moves within the frame, the camera will keep the focus on part of the subjects face for continuous on-focus tracking.

*6400:M mode or lower, ISO12800:S mode   

Better handling for great results

Along with specification upgrades, the FinePix F770EXR has some key handling improvements to help make picture taking even more enjoyable. On the front of the camera, an ergonomic, rubberised handgrip* ensures users can get a firm hold and gives extra stability when shooting at the extreme telephoto length.

The top-plate, meanwhile, has the same angled mode dial from the FinePix F600EXR for simple selection of exposure modes, but now has the addition of a Function (Fn) button for faster access to regularly accessed features including ISO setting, Film simulation, etc. On the back of the camera, the 3-inch LCD shows images and menus with great clarity thanks to the extra bright 460,000 dots LCD, making it easier to see in bright lighting conditions.

The F770EXR features an Advanced Anti-Blur mode, in which the camera takes 4 continuous shots at high sensitivity, and merges them with an advanced image processing technology to correct the effects of vibration. This helps produce images that have less noise and vibrations caused by shaky hands even in hand-held shooting at night in poor lighting conditions or at long zoom.

The FinePix F770EXR will be available in black, red, blue and white finishes

*rubberised grip available for black, red, blue colours only

Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR key features

  • High quality Fujinon 20x optical zoom covering 25-500mm (equivalent to a 35mm camera)
  • Intelligent Digital Zoom boosting range to approx. 40x
  • 16 mega-pixel EXR-CMOS sensor
  • Superb build quality and finish
  • Extra bright 3.0-inch LCD with 460,000 dots
  • Full 1080p HD movie capture
  • ISO 100-12800*
  • P, A, S, M exposure modes for creativity plus Scene modes
  • RAW file capture
  • Film simulation modes
  • Macro focusing down to 5cm
  • Optical image stabilisation
  • Motion Panorama 360 mode
  • High sensitivity GPS

*ISO 6400 is effective in image size M or lower, ISO 12800 is effective in image size S

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Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR & F750EXR Specifications:

 Fujifilm FinePix F770EXRFujifilm FinePix F750EXR
Body type
Body typeCompact
Sensor
Max resolution4608 x 3456
Other resolutions4608 x 3072, 4608 x 2592, 3264 x 2448, 3264 x 1840, 2304 x 1728, 2304 x 1536, 1920 x 1080
Image ratio w:h4:3, 3:2, 16:9
Effective pixels16 megapixels
Sensor size1/2" (6.4 x 4.8 mm)
Sensor typeEXRCMOS
ProcessorEXR
Color filter arrayRGB color filter
Image
ISOAuto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200 (6400 and 12800 with boost)
White balance presets7
Custom white balanceYes (1)
Image stabilizationSensor-shift
Uncompressed formatRAWNo
JPEG quality levelsFine, Normal
File format
  • JPEG (Exif Ver 2.3 )
  • RAW (RAF format)
  • RAW+JPEG
  • 3D still image:MPO compliant
  • JPEG (Exif Ver 2.3 )
  • 3D still image:MPO compliant
Optics & Focus
Focal length (equiv.)25–500 mm
Optical zoom20×
Maximum apertureF3.5 - F5.3
Autofocus
  • Contrast Detect (sensor)
  • Multi-area
  • Center
  • Tracking
  • Single
  • Continuous
  • Face Detection
Autofocus assist lampYes
Digital zoomYes (2x)
Manual focusNo
Normal focus range45 cm (17.72)
Macro focus range5 cm (1.97)
Screen / viewfinder
Articulated LCDNo
Screen size3
Screen dots460,000
Touch screenNo
Screen typeTFT color LCD monitor
Live viewYes
Viewfinder typeNone
Photography features
Minimum shutter speed8 sec
Maximum shutter speed1/2000 sec
Exposure modes
  • EXR
  • Program
  • Aperture Priority
  • Shutter Priority
  • Manual
  • SP
  • Adv
  • Auto
Scene modes
  • Natural Light
  • Natural Light & Flash
  • Portrait
  • Portrait Enhancer
  • Dog
  • Cat
  • Landscape
  • Sport
  • Night
  • Night (Tripod)
  • Fireworks
  • Sunset
  • Snow
  • Beach
  • Underwater
  • Party
  • Flower
  • Text
Built-in flashYes
Flash range3.70 m (Wide: 15 cm–3.7 m / Tele: 90 cm–2.4m)
External flashNo
Flash modesAuto, On, Off, Red-eye, Slow Sync
Drive modes
  • Single
  • Continuous
  • Self-timer
Continuous drive11 fps
Self-timerYes (2 or 10 sec, Auto release, Auto shutter (Dog, Cat))
Metering modes
  • Multi
  • Average
  • Spot
Exposure compensation±2 (at 1/3 EV steps)
AE Bracketing (at 1/3 EV, 2/3 EV, 1 EV steps)
WB BracketingNo
Videography features
Resolutions1920 x 1080 (30 fps), 1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps)
FormatMPEG-4, H.264
MicrophoneStereo
SpeakerStereo
Storage
Storage typesSD/SDHC/SDXC
Storage included30 MB
Connectivity
USB USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)
HDMIYes (mini)
Remote controlNo
Physical
Environmentally sealedNo
BatteryBattery Pack
Battery descriptionLithium-ion NP-50A rechargeable battery and charger
Weight (inc. batteries)234 g (0.52 lb / 8.25 oz)
Dimensions105 x 63 x 36 mm (4.13 x 2.48 x 1.42)
Other features
Orientation sensorYes
Timelapse recordingNo
GPSBuiltInNone
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Comments

Total comments: 74
Trefayne
By Trefayne (2 months ago)

Are there any alternatives of this modell in almost the same price nowadays?

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21st Hermit
By 21st Hermit (Jan 22, 2012)

The feature list says OIS, but the specs say sensor shift. Which is correct?

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theranman
By theranman (Feb 3, 2012)

Both sensor shift and lens shift are forms of OIS. Optical doesn't infer lens shift only.

0 upvotes
Joseph Gerges
By Joseph Gerges (Jan 10, 2012)

The proof of the pudding is in the IQ.
Waiting for some review of this one, looks good on paper.

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ERKG
By ERKG (Jan 9, 2012)

"By re-shaping the photo diodes, the EXR-CMOS sensor displays a 30% reduction in digital noise ."
How does reshaping the photo diodes on a backlit sensor increase the S/N level that much, when the photo diodes on backlit sensors supposed to have maximum light collecting area already ?

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Francis Carver
By Francis Carver (Jan 8, 2012)

Nice little gizmo, makes one wonder why the next size up sensor X-S1 costs more than double than the F800 costs?

Cameras such as this new one from Fujifilm shows to me how far back Canon had fallen over the years. I mean, their brand new "flagship" advanced digital has a 4x range zoom that starts at 28mm wide angle. The Fujicam has a 20x focal range zoom that starts at 25mm UWA.

Canon, what has happened to you? The competition is eating you up alive.

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fuxicek
By fuxicek (Jan 7, 2012)

I used to have fuji f70, it was "only" 10mpix but I only shoot in 5mpix after I examined the pictures closely....and when I resized the 5mpix picture up to 10mpix, it was actually better than the 10mpix one straight out of the camera!....It comes to point soon, when professionals will shoot 18mpix photos from full frame sensor and every point and shoot camera will have at least 50mpix on their tiny sensor, but loads of new modes (hamster, tea cup pig, angry birds, my doggie crap mode ...)

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Francis Carver
By Francis Carver (Jan 8, 2012)

Yeah, 16,000,000 photosites dumped on a 1/2-inch sensor, what "good deal!" Pixel per square milimeter, the Fuji F770/750 is a class by itself, surely.

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Macist
By Macist (Jan 6, 2012)

This looks like the compact travel zoom to beat in 2012. Let's see what else comes in, though.... Oh, and I want it waterproof :)

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MMayer54
By MMayer54 (Jan 6, 2012)

Sounds nice. For better IQ, I hope they offer a similar one, but with a similarly larger sensor like the the X10 has. Even if it reduces that great superzoom capability to 17 or 18X. The image quality wpould be better

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ERKG
By ERKG (Jan 6, 2012)

I suggest Fuji to consider making a second version of this f770 model with a faster 5x lens (f :2,8-4 is more then enough for this type of camera).

1 upvote
daza
By daza (Jan 6, 2012)

Im agree with you and and i also consider an ever faster lens f1.8-3mm maybe it will be the next fuji x5.

2 upvotes
lilia24
By lilia24 (Jan 6, 2012)

looks good on paper, this might be the IT compact for me, so dissappointed with Canons100 :(

0 upvotes
AlanG
By AlanG (Jan 6, 2012)

Good start but I'm not sure 20x is nearly long enough for me.

0 upvotes
Nic Walmsley
By Nic Walmsley (Jan 5, 2012)

just wondering if all these fuji posts could have been combined into 1?

6 upvotes
M Jesper
By M Jesper (Jan 5, 2012)

Wicked PSAM dial !

0 upvotes
Armin1
By Armin1 (Jan 5, 2012)

dpreview, even though you run out of words with Fujifilm today(lunches, unveils, ...), don't forget you still owe us the X10 review.

5 upvotes
M Jesper
By M Jesper (Jan 5, 2012)

Already lost interest ... Missed the moment dpr.

1 upvote
mike kobal
By mike kobal (Jan 5, 2012)

lol, 13 useless cameras, but kudos to fuji, i just saw the fuji x pro 1 over at mirrorlessrumors and it looks like a dream camera for street shooters!

4 upvotes
KonstantinosK
By KonstantinosK (Jan 5, 2012)

Lol, entering the dpreview site today felt like I entered the official Fujutsu site instead. Therefore, I suggest that Jan the 5th to be officially announced as the FujiDay for dpreview, and to be celebrated annually.

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M Jesper
By M Jesper (Jan 5, 2012)

That will be Jan 10th (or so), when the Fuji X-Pro1 is announced !

0 upvotes
James K Cheung
By James K Cheung (Jan 5, 2012)

Fujifilm is Fujitsu??? huh??? U love kameraz

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KonstantinosK
By KonstantinosK (Jan 6, 2012)

Fujitsu, fujisan, whatever...

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Francis Carver
By Francis Carver (Jan 8, 2012)

Up your Fuji, too. :-)

Actually, I thought FUJIFILM makes the cameras and color film stock (photographic and for movie films), and FUJINON makes the optics for the FUJIFILM cameras.

FUJITSU has got nothing to do with photography, I thought.

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zodiacfml
By zodiacfml (Jan 5, 2012)

design does remind of GF3 but doesn't mean anything. the sensor is not too small therefore requiring a quite larger lens than the electronics, hence the hump.

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zubs
By zubs (Jan 5, 2012)

GF3 lookalike, panny lawsuit......
Poor aperture starts at 3.5 to 5.3. Fuji, you missed a trick

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doobob
By doobob (Jan 5, 2012)

It sure does not look like a GF3 from the top. You got to remember that that the Fuji has a 25-500mm f/3.5-5.3 equivalent lens on it which I think is very fast for a lens of that range. Compare that to the Canon S100 which has a 24-120mm f2-5.9, now that is slow as a tortoise at the long end...

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M Jesper
By M Jesper (Jan 5, 2012)

Are you daft ? It has a hump, that is IT.

Also, actually no bad apertures at all for 20x in a compact.

Name one that's faster.. ? ( not that i'm a superzoom expert )

1 upvote
Greg VdB
By Greg VdB (Jan 5, 2012)

18 camera announcements and 1 price announcement by Fujifilm in 13 separate news posts? Surely, one post on the main page with links to the different cameras would have been sufficient, no?

8 upvotes
zigi_S
By zigi_S (Jan 5, 2012)

Looks like GF3. Funny nobody mentioned this similarity.

0 upvotes
eyalg
By eyalg (Jan 5, 2012)

As far I could tell from reading Fuji's announcement and details on their website, the F750EXR doesn't support RAW format. Only the F770EXR does.

-eyalg

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Trevor G
By Trevor G (Jan 11, 2012)

The difference with the F750 is that it does not have the in-built GPS. It still shoots RAW.

0 upvotes
HOMERUSAN
By HOMERUSAN (Jan 5, 2012)

fuji enters the new era fast

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Donglei
By Donglei (Jan 5, 2012)

Travel zoom GF3?

0 upvotes
KonstantinosK
By KonstantinosK (Jan 5, 2012)

Ok, I'm now lost. Just how many different types of super zooms does Fujifilm sell?

4 upvotes
wetsleet
By wetsleet (Jan 5, 2012)

have you been running a "just a minute" style competition to see who first repeats themselves with synonyms for "releases" on this Fujifilm erruption?

dispatches, unveils, unleashes, develops, reveals, announces, launches, offers, releases, er.. unleashes - oops, klaxon sound!

Very amusing!

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Gerard Hoffnung
By Gerard Hoffnung (Jan 5, 2012)

I'm pretty sure they are having a little fun with it. What else to do when a manufacturer throws so many new products at you.

2 upvotes
Tee1up
By Tee1up (Jan 7, 2012)

Thanks for the laugh. That was awesome.

0 upvotes
Solarcoaster
By Solarcoaster (Jan 5, 2012)

This is without a doubt the best pocket camera in the world.

1 upvote
eddie_cam
By eddie_cam (Jan 5, 2012)

And your post is one of the most useful I ever read. ;-)

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doobob
By doobob (Jan 5, 2012)

I bought an f550exr for my wife and she loves it. I also love using it have gotten great results with it. I will probably buy the f770exr when it comes out.

1 upvote
evogt500
By evogt500 (Jan 5, 2012)

lets hope they fix the corner blur from the lens. The F550-600 was terrible.

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eddie_cam
By eddie_cam (Jan 5, 2012)

Instead of fixing it on the older models, they churn out an even more zoomy successor. Bring it on, Fuji, spam the market!

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evogt500
By evogt500 (Jan 5, 2012)

in that case, lets hope they dont make the same mistakes twice. Having more zoom usually means more difficulty getting sharper pictures.

4 upvotes
yiannakas
By yiannakas (Jan 5, 2012)

16mp for compact.... NO THANKS!

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jj74e
By jj74e (Jan 5, 2012)

in fuji's case it's actually better. you get the higher resolution in good light, and when its EXR sensors half the resolution, you still have a decent 8 megapixels with the benefit of the exr's better low light or dynamic range or whatever.

3 upvotes
doobob
By doobob (Jan 5, 2012)

You really got to try the camera so you can see for yourself how good the Fuji cameras are.

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micahmedia
By micahmedia (Jan 6, 2012)

Yes, you can't appreciate the white blob blooms until you experience them first hand.

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DioCanon
By DioCanon (Jan 5, 2012)

what???

only 19 new models of compact cameras?

are we sure we covered every niche and sub-niche and in-between-niche???

10 upvotes
dutch3dmaster
By dutch3dmaster (Jan 5, 2012)

NO, 3D is still missing! Where is the W5???

3 upvotes
Sam Carriere
By Sam Carriere (Jan 5, 2012)

Fuji's scattergun approach is a sure sign of a company in search of a market. And DPreview's lemming-like regurgitation of every word of every silly news release is depressing. Is there a web site in the whole world that deals with new photography equipment with the slightest bit of discrimination or are they all in thrall to the manufacturers?

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DioCanon
By DioCanon (Jan 5, 2012)

Spot on Sam!
this should have taken just 1 or at most 2 articles
not make us scroll 2 minutes to get to read the next company news, in this case Kodak news...

By the way, fuji is the Nokia of compact cameras they release something as 30 slightly different models every year... I know, is more than 30...

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doobob
By doobob (Jan 5, 2012)

You got to look at the market that they are targeting. It is mostly the amateur or novice and a lot of them don't really care about performance but how it looks or what features it has. Some of the other companies also release a lot of slightly different models every year.

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Daniel Lowe
By Daniel Lowe (Jan 5, 2012)

Already?

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Katsura
By Katsura (Jan 5, 2012)

20x, think of the compromises in such a lens design.
I'm willing to bet it's quantity over quality.

1 upvote
Nate21
By Nate21 (Jan 5, 2012)

thats a typical fuji move the f100fd, 200exr, and the f70 were the best offered cameras from the exr cameras everything else its just a slight improvements.

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Nate21
By Nate21 (Jan 5, 2012)

thats a typical fuji move the f100fd, 200exr, and the f70 were the best offered cameras from the exr cameras everything else its just a slight improvements.

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ARTASHES
By ARTASHES (Jan 5, 2012)

f100fd is not EXR I think

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theranman
By theranman (Jan 5, 2012)

20x in such a small camera really scares me as it pertains to quality control. Not expecting much.

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Katsura
By Katsura (Jan 5, 2012)

Yeap, I loved my F31 and F100, but didn't upgrade to the 200. I am still missing a good compact side kick for my SLR.

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doobob
By doobob (Jan 5, 2012)

Have tried the X10? I love it and think it blows away those cameras.

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tkpenalty
By tkpenalty (Jan 5, 2012)

flood much?

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Nate21
By Nate21 (Jan 5, 2012)

Interesting it seems the new exr compacts have to have lens start at f3.5 is it hard to give f2.8 it would be greatly appreciated

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doobob
By doobob (Jan 5, 2012)

I think maybe they did that to keep it smaller. If it was faster, the lens might have to be a lot bigger to let more light in. It would be nice if it was faster but for the market it is aim at, I think it is fine.

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Francis Carver
By Francis Carver (Jan 8, 2012)

Fujifilm X-S1 (not pocketable) superzoom has a 26x focal range zoom. And F-stop range is f/2.8-5.6. Costs more than double of the F700, of course.

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straylightrun
By straylightrun (Jan 5, 2012)

I don't care about the new Fuji compacts, bring on the release of the new Fujifilm mirrorless already!!!

6 upvotes
Macahan
By Macahan (Jan 5, 2012)

Tonight in Vegas. Be patient :-)

1 upvote
Jogger
By Jogger (Jan 5, 2012)

Its funny how DPR uses a different synonym for "release" for each of the Fuji articles.

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TxCamFan
By TxCamFan (Jan 5, 2012)

I imagine that it is Fuji's wording given that they released so many product announcements in one day.

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NoCoShutter
By NoCoShutter (Jan 5, 2012)

Anybody know if this will lock the user to lowest ISO for exposures longer than 1"? (like the Canon s100 currently does -- Grrrrrrr!).

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Solarcoaster
By Solarcoaster (Jan 5, 2012)

Just out of curiosity, why would you want/need to use a higher ISo for a long exposure?

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marty_777
By marty_777 (Jan 5, 2012)

Because (max.) 8 seconds with ISO 100 can be too short.

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Rambazamba
By Rambazamba (Jan 5, 2012)

I guess you can soon have longer exposures with CHDK

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Trefayne
By Trefayne (2 months ago)

Are there any alternatives of this modell in almost the same price?

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Total comments: 74