The Fujifilm FinePix F750EXR Digital Camera (Black) is a point-and-shoot digital still and video camera that can capture up to 16 megapixel still images, as well as Full HD 1920 x 1080p video at 30 frames per second (fps). The camera features a 16MP back side illuminated 1/2″ EXR CMOS image sensor with a primary color filter. It also features an EXR processor and EXR Auto, which supports 103 shooting patterns with motion detection. The innovative motion detection instantly recognizes 58 different scene types and will automatically optimize every setting it can to create a high-contrast and crisp still image.
The F750EXR is equipped with an integrated Fujinon 20x optical zoom lens (25mm wide-angle). Plus, for getting close to the action from far off is not a problem. If the 20x optical zoom isn’t enough, the camera features a 40x intelligent digital zoom as well. Another shooting aid that’s standard on the FinePix camera is a pair of image stabilizers. There are both CMOS Shift and High ISO image stabilization onboard, which ensures that your shots stay in-focus, crisp and clear – even at 20x zoom. This latest offering from Fujifilm also boasts a faster start-up time of 1.3 seconds, an improved response time of 0.8 seconds, and a high-speed auto focus that can get the shot totally focused in as little as 0.16 seconds. It almost seems too fast to believe.
While you’re out shooting, the FinePix affords high-speed continuous shooting, as well as 320fps high-speed movie shooting. Plus, the camera is also equipped with an intuitive control palette, pop-up automatic flash and a sharp 3.0″ LCD color display for easy recording and instant playback. The LCD even features a Monitor Sunlight Mode, which is a setting that helps you see your display even under intense sunlight without the need for a hood or other sun-blocking apparatus. The FinePix is even capable of capturing 3D shots with Individual Shutter 3D shooting.
The features list of the FinePix F750EXR is virtually endless. Besides improving your shot setup, the camera can also widen your artistic scope. It will let you create multiple exposures in a single frame and you can also use the camera to create sweeping Motion Panorama 360 shots that stretch a full 360° all the way around your vantage point. There’s even a Film Simulation Mode, Advanced Pro Low Light Mode, Image Processing function and several standard filters choose from including black-and-white, sepia and more. Finally, when you’re ready to upload and share your stills and video clips, you can share your images using the camera’s built-in social networking, which affords easy uploading onto YouTube and Facebook. If you want to share shots with your immediate friends and family, an HDMI port makes connecting to your HDTV a breeze.