FujiFilm FinePix Z70
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Slides open easily and smoothly. Usage is fairly simple, just point-and-shoot, good for entry level users. Connectivity to the computer is simple and very quick.
The Cons:A bit awkward to hold without accidentally covering the lens or flash with your finger. Tends to slide open in your pocket, wasting batteries. Low light photos tend to look grainy even when using the flash.
The FujiFilm FinePix Z70 is a colorful compact digital camera released in early 2010. It’s very similar to the XP10, except that the Z70 sacrifices its peer’s ruggedness in favor of more colorful frame options.
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Featured is a 12.2MP CCD sensor, a 5x optical zoom lens, and a 2.7” display. It too captures 720p videos and high-quality stills; plus, the Z70 includes automatic upload functions for YouTube and Facebook. Additional features include digital image stabilization, scene recognition auto, and automatic face detection.
- FinePix Z Series
- Compact Digital Camera
- 5x Optical Zoom Lens
- 12.2MP CCD Sensor
- 2.7” LCD Display
- 720p Video Recording
- 1080p Still Capture
- NTSC/PAL Video Out
- USB Interface
- Model: FinePix Z70 / Z71
- CCD Sensor: 1/2.3” CCD
- Effective Pixels: 12.2MP
- Lens: Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom Lens
- Digital Zoom: 6.3x
- Display: 2.7” LCD
- Still Resolution: Up to 4000x3000
- Movie Resolution: Up to 1280x720 (720p)
- Formats (Stills): JPEG
- Formats (Movies): AVI (Motion JPEG)
- Formats (Audio): WAVE, Monaural
- Memory: 13MB
- Expansion: SD/SDHC
- Battery: Li-ion NP-45
- Video Output: NTSC/PAL
- Digital Interface: USB 2.0
- Z70 Pink
- Z70 Black
- Z70 Blue
- Z70 Bronze
- Z70 Purple
- Z70 Silver
User Reviews (1)
slides open easily and smoothly
usage is fairly simple, just point-and-shoot, good for entry level users
connectivity to the computer is simple and very quick
plenty of shooting modes for special situations
very compact and light, fits comfortably in a shirt pocket
a bit awkward to hold without accidentally covering the lens or flash with your finger
tends to slide open in your pocket, wasting batteries
low light photos tend to look grainy even when using the flash
battery tends to perform poorly after awhile
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