Fujifilm Finepix F72EXR

October 9, 2009 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital Compact Cameras | 5 Comments |
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Jessops has announced the launch of the new and exclusive to Jessops Fujifilm Finepix F72EXR camera. The Fujifilm Finepix F72EXR is a 10 megapixel, 10x optical zoom camera featuring Fuji’s EXR technology, which has been previously featured in the F200EXR, and uses the sensor in three different ways to optimise resolution, dynamic range or low-light performance. The F72EXR appears to have much the same feature set as the F70EXR we recently reviewed, though it comes with a slightly different finish.

Jessops Press Release

Jessops announces the launch of the new and exclusive, ultra intelligent Fuji Finepix F72EXR camera

Leicester, 9th October, 2009: Jessops, the UK’s leading photographic retailer has today announced the launch of the new and exclusive to Jessops Fuji Finepix F72EXR camera. The Fuji F72EXR is a 10 megapixel, 10x optical zoom camera featuring Fuji’s intelligent EXR technology. Fuji’s EXR technology has been previously featured in the award winning F200EXR, and uses the sensor in three different ways to optimise resolution, dynamic range or low-light performance. This ensures advanced reproduction in imaging with exceptionally balanced quality – creating amazing pictures. This combination of cutting-edge technology encased within a pocket sized digital compact body means that advanced amateur photographers through to professionals will be able to take breathtaking pictures in the most challenging of conditions.

Housed in an attractive metal black body the Fuji F72EXR has both style and excellent functionality. The Fuji’s EXR Auto technology not only automatically recognises scenes and selects the ideal shooting mode; it also sets the sensor to optimise shooting. In EXR Mode, the photographer can choose which sensor setting is preferable for the subject to be photographed by choosing High Resolution Priority (HR) to maximise resolution, High ISO and Low Noise Priority (SN) for high quality low-light work or D-Range Priority (DR) for the best detail with contrast subjects.

In addition, the new pro-focus mode allows you to create images with a shallow depth of field, the results is professional looking photos at the touch of a button.

The Fuji F72EXR’s comes with super intelligent flash for close up shots that optimally balance flash power output and recording sensitivity. As part of the Auto mode, this system captures both the subject and background in bright, clear details over the full flash range including extreme close-ups.

Other amazing features of this feature rich camera include advanced face detection - which includes 360° detection, up to 10 detected faces plus auto red eye removal, and unique shooting modes such as Multi Frame function, Film Simulation Mode, and Super Intelligent Flash to deliver professional class photo quality.

The Fuji Finepix F72EXR is priced at £279 and is available now at your local Jessops store or online at http://www.jessops.com



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#1 ElizabethLynn

I have always been impressed with my fuji film point and shoot cameras. The quality is remarkable.

6:57 pm - Friday, October 9, 2009

#2 Gadgets

But consider that the “Other amazing features of this feature rich camera include advanced face detection – which includes 360° detection, up to 10 detected faces plus auto red eye removal” a feature which will no doubt assist in finding facial features in what would normally be considered featureless objects. Such as HP Desktop Printers.

At least according to the Department Of Redundancy Department.

11:09 am - Saturday, October 10, 2009

#3 Gifts

This camera brings you the freedom of Live View, which lets you compose and shoot photos using a tiltable 2.7-inch (diag.) LCD screen. SteadyShot INSIDE in-camera image stabilization reduces blur in every shot, while 10.2 megapixel resolution preserves those special moments in stunning clarity and detail.

1:14 pm - Saturday, October 10, 2009

#4 Õnne Seen

All is good besides small tiny little sensor, not very good lens and menu system.
What is the ISO setting @ AUTO & Flash ?

2:04 pm - Saturday, October 10, 2009

#5 wpmsd

The sensor is not that tiny. It's 1/2, better than 1/2.3

You can set a max iso of 400 or 800 when using Flash. I just bought this and have only begun trying it out. But what I like is that it offers the ability to switch to better low light performance (with a corresponding decrease to 5MP) and increased dynamic range (at 5MP also.) Or you can operate it like any other camera at full 10 MP. Plus the small size is excellent. So far, my assessment is that the image quality is very good, not too much different than my Canon A640.

10:53 pm - Monday, October 12, 2009