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Fujifilm FinePix F750EXR Digital Camera Review

Fujifilm's FinePix F750EXR manages to sidestep some of the pitfalls associated with travel zoom cameras.

$349.99
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Introduction

The FinePix F750EXR is one of Fujifilm's latest compact travel zoom cameras, released alongside the more expensive F770EXR which supports RAW shooting and GPS. We took the lesser--but still strong--F750 for a spin last week, and found it to be a comfortable, usable camera that's both pocketable and flexible, not to mention that long 20x lens.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Hardware
  4. Photo Gallery
  5. Image Quality
  6. Sharpness
  7. Color
  8. Noise Reduction
  9. Distortion
  10. Video
  11. Usability
  12. Ease of Use
  13. Handling
  14. Controls
  15. Speed
  16. Features
  17. Extras
  18. Video Features
  19. Conclusion

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