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Old Oct 8, 2009, 2:45 PM   #1
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Default Hands On with the Fuji F-70 EXR

The Fuji F-70EXR arrived right on schedule. The battery is charging now.
While the battery is charging we can do some size comparisons to give you an idea regarding physical camera size.

This first photo shows the camera's top to bottom height.

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here is the second photo showing the side to side measurement. Once again I used a U.S. $1 bill for easy size comparison.

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Here is an interesting printed piece that came with the Fuji F-70EXR camera. It was the top item where the camera documentation is located as you open the camera box. You could not miss it, when you opened the lid on the camera's box.

It speaks about a feature that Sony first showed on their HX-1 camera

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Old Oct 8, 2009, 3:35 PM   #4
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In the next three photos I will show you first, a photo of the camera box itself. It was taken by the F-70 set at ISO 1600 using using the multi image merge technique.

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Here is the EXIF data for the above camera box photo.

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When you open the camera box this is what you see first. Again this photo was takenwith the F-70 set at ISO 1600 using the multi image merge technique.

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When I went outside to roll the garbage can back in, you see last night, the garbage can was put of for collection. Anyway when I was outside I took this picture of a Hydrangea blossom going to seed. The sky was overcast. The colors look good, and the F-70EXR picked up nice detail.

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Here is the EXIF data from the above Hydrangea photo.

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This photo is taken indoors without flash of my husband, Bradley. Again the F-70EXR handled the reduced lighting indoors and the white balance very nicely.

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Here is the EXIF data from Bradley's photo.

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