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Fujifilm FinePix F750EXR Digital Camera (Red)


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  • 3-inch LCD display
  • High Quality Fujinon 20x Optical Zoom Lens
  • 16MP EXR CMOS II 1/2 inches Sensor
  • Full HD Movies
  • High Speed Continuous Shooting
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Technical Details

Color: Red
  • Built-in Microphone
  • Built-in Flash
  • Image Stabilization
  • Video Capability
  • HD Compatible
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Product Details

Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 2 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006T7QXOK
  • Item model number: F750EXR Red
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,318 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 4, 2011

Product Description

Color: Red

From the Manufacturer

The FinePix F750EXR redefines what's possible with a small camera thanks to it's high-performance specification and 20x optical zoom lens. In addition to the wide-reaching zoom range, the FinePix F750EXR also boasts an improved 16-megapixel EXR-CMOS sensor, and stylish design touches, yet the dimensions of the body have remained small. With such a powerful performance in a pocket-sized package, the F750EXR will give both families and regular travelers the perfect camera to capture a diverse range of photographs.

Fujifilm FinePix F750EXR Highlights

NEW FUJINON 20x Optical Zoom Lens Plus 40x Intelligent Digital Zoom
Conventional digital zoom basically only resizes the optical image data, often resulting in lack of definition, but the new Intelligent Digital Zoom uses the speed and power of the EXR Processor to instantly sharpen image edges and reduce noise for images with natural clarity and crispness of detail across the digital zoom range.

Fujifilm's proprietary super resolution technology offers an overwhelming 30x Intelligent Digital Zoom in a compact body. With more clearly defined outlines and reduced noise, you can take pictures of high quality. As the zoom can be used in the EXR AUTO mode, you can just leave optimal settings up to the camera, resulting in any photo you like.

Image Stabilization (CMOS Shift + High ISO)
Long telephoto shots usually suffer from camera shake and subject movement which can ruin photos by producing blurred results. The FinePix F660EXR's highly effective CMOS-shift and high ISO image stabilization ensures that your shots stay extra-crisp and clear, even at the full 15x zoom.

NEW Fast Startup
Turn the power ON from a cold start and FinePix F750EXR is ready to shoot in only 1.3 sec.

NEW Improved Response
From the quicker startup to a shorter shot-to-shot delay of only 0.8 sec, the speedy sensor and processor deliver faster response.

High-speed AF
In as little as 0.16 seconds, High Speed Contrast Detection AF ensures even a spur-of-the-moment shot at maximum 15x zoom is captured in sharp clarity.

High Speed Shooting Functions
Never misses the decisive moment capturing 8fps at full 16-megapixels resolution.

High Speed Continuous Shooting
Capture action at almost 8 fps at full 16-megapixel resolution or shoot at 11 fps at 8-megapixel resolution.

High Speed Movie
Sometimes things happen too fast for you to see them properly with your own eyes. The FinePix F750EXR can freeze the action at up to an amazing 320fps! So you can see every single minute detail and watch things happening step by step in slow motion.

High Speed Movie can be recorded at the following speeds and sizes: 320fps (320 x 112 pixels), 160fps (320 x 240 pixels), 80fps (VGA 640 x 480 pixels).

Best Frame Capture Mode
Timing your shot is ever so easy with Best Frame Capture. Half-press the shutter and the FinePix F750EXR starts recording photos at 11fps at 8 megapixels resolution. When the moment happens, fully press the shutter button and the camera captures up to 16 frames including pre-recorded frames, giving you the opportunity to select the best shot.

Intuitive Control Palette
The FinePix F750EXR delivers a powerful array of functions and features in a slim dynamic design. The sleek form molds to your hand with all buttons and controls just where your fingers expect them to be.

  • Mode Dial - Tilted and perfectly positioned for fingertip control.
  • Command Dial - Quick command selection using simple rotary dial.
  • Non-slip Grip - Ensures the camera is steady for long zoom shots.
  • Pop-up Flash - With Super Intelligent Flash for perfect flash-assisted shooting.
  • EXR CMOS - Powered by the FinePix extreme imaging technology.
3.0-inch LCD with NEW "Monitor Sunlight Mode"
When bright sunlight makes composing or viewing the monitor difficult, you can use the Fn button to easily switch to the new "Monitor Sunlight Mode" and enjoy comfortable framing and review of shots on the large 3-inch high-contrast 460,000-dot LCD.

NEW EXR AUTO with Motion Detection
The new EXR Auto with new Motion Detection instantly recognizes 58 scene types, automatically optimizes every setting from exposure to white balance, and even switches to the ideal sensor mode: HR High Resolution for well-lit conditions, SN High Sensitivity/Low Noise mode for low light, and DR Dynamic Range mode for high-contrast scenes.

Stunning Stills in Low Light
30% less noise at ISO3200. The enhanced performance of the EXR CMOS sensor lets you shoot dark scenes at high ISO sensitivity and capture them brighter, clearer and with less noise than ever before.

Best Photo Shooting Anytime with Premium EXR AUTO
Just as your eye strives to make dark scenes as bright and detailed as possible, High Sensitivity & Low Noise Priority takes advantage of high sensitivity and FinePix's original pixel binning technology to capture the subject with exceptional brightness and minimal noise.

Advanced Anti Blur
When shooting dark scenes, Advanced Anti Blur adds the power of EXR CMOS and Multi Frame technology to combine 4 frames into a single, sharp blur-free image with remarkably low noise.

Portrait and Motion x Greenery x HR
Detecting and focusing on a subject in motion while optimizing brightness at the same time, the EXR sensor with 16 megapixel High Resolution mode depicts every finest detail of the scene from texture of hair to the vivid green grass in the background.

Back Lighting x Sunset x DR
Delivers the best results of the sunset as it intelligently recognizes the scene emphasizing the vividness of the colors and the depth of the scene with the EXR sensor mode automatically switched to Dynamic Range to capture the high contrast involved in the scene.

Advanced Scene Recognition
The pioneering new EXR AUTO with Night (tripod) capability to virtually reduce subject blur in lighting conditions. Thanks to new Motion Detection, available shooting types, come from recognized scenes and automatically optimized EXR modes, have expanded into 103 patterns in EXR AUTO mode.

New Face Tracking AF
Combining Face Detection with Tracking auto focus, the new Face Tracking AF uses the accelerated auto focus of FinePix F750EXR to find and lock onto the face of your subject without any manual setting. All you have to do is keep the subject in frame and later amaze friends and family with the crisply focused results. By enabling "Face Detection" Mode, F750EXR will automatically detects and tracks them human face continuously.

Photos with Face Tracking AF
Face Tracking AF keeps the subject in sharp focus, leaving you to free to concentrate on composition and finding the perfect shutter opportunity.

Full HD Movie with Face Tracking AF
Ideal for shooting movies of sports or capturing children at play, Face Tracking AF continues to track moving subjects even if the face temporarily turns away from the camera.

Super High Quality Full HD Movies
The FinePix F750EXR maximizes high sensitivity to capture exceptionally crisp and colorful full HD video (1080p; 30fps) with impressive stereo sound, even in low-light conditions. AF will instantly capture the object, even allow 15x zoom ups during your recordings.

One Touch Movie Recording Button
A one-touch Movie Recording Button enables you to capture all the action in full HD.

EXR Pixel Array & Color Array - Only Fujifilm
The unique EXR pixel and color arrays are key to image quality. Rotated by 45 degrees, the EXR pixel array increases both horizontal and vertical resolution. By using the diagonally-aligned twin pixels of the same color, the sensor can switch between HR (High Resolution), DR (Wide Dynamic Range) and SN (High Sensitivity and Low Noise) modes depending on the scene, ensuring that every moment is captured with the highest image quality.

High Resolution (16 Megapixels)
Just as your eyes see even the tiniest of details when looking at something in good light, HR (High Resolution) mode maximizes the full 16 megapixel resolution of the FinePix F750EXR to reproduce even the smallest details in bright, beautiful color.

Wide Dynamic Range 1600%
Just as your eyes see the full range of shadows to highlights in high-contrast scenes, DR mode simultaneously captures two images to produce a single image with significantly enhanced dynamic range, revealing subtle details in shadow and eliminating washout of bright areas.

High Sensitivity & Low Noise
Just as your eyes strive to make dark scenes as bright and detailed as possible, SN mode takes advantage of high-sensitivity to capture smooth texture and natural brightness with minimal noise.

The CMOS Edge
Adoption of a high-speed transfer circuit architecture enables fast data signal readout, which in turn makes the new high speed movie possible along with the high speed continuous shooting functions.

BSI (Back Side Illuminated) CMOS
The BSI (Back Side Illuminated) sensor structure moves the wiring to the back side of the sensor, vastly improving sensitivity and reducing noise.

EXR Processor
Harnessing the high-speed performance of the BSI EXR CMOS sensor, the Dual CPU, EXR Core and Reconfigurable Processor power a host of functions including high-sensitivity HD movies and continuous shooting as well as expanded scene recognition and Pro Modes while the new Vector Graphics Accelerator drives the enhanced image quality of the rich GUI.

NEW 3D Shooting with "Individual Shutter 3D"
FUJIFILM brings high-quality 3D photography to compact cameras with an innovative 2-shot system. Just shoot the subject from one position, and then use the display overlay as a guide for taking the second shot from a different angle. FinePix F750EXR does the rest all in camera. You can view MPO format image data on a compatible PC, share your results as a 3D-Print, or display it on the 3D Digital Viewer FUJIFILM REAL 3D V3.

Multiple Exposures
Multiple exposure function lets you superimpose two different exposures in a single frame to create artful, one-of-a-kind photos.

Motion Panorama 360
Just sweep the camera right-left or up-down to shoot giant panoramas up to 360°. When you view the panorama playing back on your camera or personal computer, you can enjoy a seamless panorama image with both ends stitched together to create a "cylinder" view.

Super Intelligent Flash
Take flash-assisted shots without flash washout. This new generation Super Intelligent Flash system ensures that all subjects are captured in bright clear detail over the full flash range (even in macro shots).

Pro Focus Mode with Face Detection
This focus-bracketing mode emulates the gentle, out-of-focus background look of a DSLR when shooting portraits or macro subjects. A single press of the shutter first takes an exposure focused on the main subject, then additional exposures at different focus points*1. This produces a final image emphasizing the sharply focused subject against a soft, out-of-focus background*2.
*1 There must be sufficient distance between the subject and the background for this function to work properly. *2 Except for subjects where focus bracketing is unable to produce sufficient defocus.

Advanced Pro Low-light Mode
Ideal for shooting non-moving subjects in low light, this mode automatically takes a series of four high-sensitivity & low-noise exposures and then combines them into an image with less noise than the single exposures.

Film Simulation Mode
Simulate the distinctive look of 5 different types with just a touch of a button. Modeled on Fujifilm brands loved by professional photographers, each breathes life into your image with a quality that previously only film could capture.

Face Recognition
The FinePix F750EXR not only detects faces in a frame but it can also recognize who is who! You can register up to 8 people in your camera and next time you take a photo of them it will bring up their name and optimize settings in favor of your registered faces. In playback, you can search for all photos containing registered faces to quickly find photos of your favorites.

Dog / Cat Detection
By incorporating Dog / Cat Detection function, the FinePix F750EXR is able to detect dog or cat faces*, optimizing focus and exposure for pet photos that will delight everyone. An auto-release function can also be selected to automatically shoot the photo when the pet is looking directly at the camera.
* Up to 10 dog or cat faces per photo; cannot detect faces in profile; cannot detect faces in scenes with both dogs and cats.

Film Simulation Bracketing
One press of the shutter produces three images of PROVIA, Velvia and ASTIA modes.

AE Bracketing
Continuous capture of three frames with exposure range of up to ±1.0EV.

Dynamic Range Bracketing
One press of the shutter produces three images in a different dynamic range (100%, 200%, 400%).

Share your images with built in social networking
Don't wait until you get home to start choosing which pictures to upload to FACEBOOK. Start the process in camera by tagging the pictures you want to share. The next time you connect to your home computer your images will upload automatically. The same goes for movie clips too, which can also be uploaded to YouTube™.

Easy Web Uploading to YouTube™ and FACEBOOK via MyFinePix Studio
It's as easy as one, two, three. Shoot pictures and tag them for upload to your FACEBOOK profile page or YouTube™ account.

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Fujifilm FinePix F750EXR Red

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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Sam Bravern on May 15, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
4-stars for camera design and still image quality, 1 star for video.

I have tested and compared images, video, features, and usability for all the top ultra-zoom compacts including Fuji F770EXR/F750EXR, Canon SX260HS, Sony HX9V, Panasonic ZS-15 and ZS-19/20. This was the last camera I compared and I was expecting to really like it as Image Quality is my first priority criteria, followed by video, then features/usability. Here's my main takeaways:

- Well lit, ISO 100-200 shots: Fuji gets 3rd place. Canon SX260HS has best detail with least noise. Panasonic ZS-15/19/20 are next best with slightly better detail than Fuji with a tiny more noise. Sony ties for 3rd with Fuji with slightly less detail and noise (Sony has the most agressive noise reduction of the 4 so there is a little bit more detail smearing.)

- Fuji is almost unusable for video. When you pan the camera the video stutters. Even worse, when you zoom, camera has MAJOR problems focusing to the point the camera will not focus properly at all most of the time beyond 7X zoom. The lens motor is also the most audible out of all the 4 cameras. Panasonics you can barely hear the lens. Sony wins with Panasonics coming in a close second.

- Low-light / High ISO: Fuji comes in second. Sony wins. Panasonics come in third - images are unusable beyond ISO 800, too much yellow color splotching all over. At ISO 400, it is practically a tie between Panasonic, Fuji, and Sony. At crazy ISO 1600 and up, Fuji wins with usable images (barely) followed by Sony but you really can't expect much from these small cameras with small sensors at those kind of ISOs.

- Flash: Fuji comes in third. Very strange flash that only pops up manually (which has its benefits).
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By C. C. Holland on September 14, 2012
Color Name: Black
I'm surprised by some of the negative reviews on this product, and wondering if the folks who had problems somehow landed with defective models. My experience has been pretty flawless from day one. I bought this camera as an add-on to my usual DSLR; I was looking for a pocket-sized camera with a great zoom (this one had markedly better range than other pocket cameras I tested) and a nice variety of auto, semi-auto, and manual features to play with.

One of the features some of the reviews took exception to was the push-button flash. I can understand the concern about breakage, but I've used this little guy for over 5 months now in less-than-delicate conditions and haven't had an issue. I actually like the manual nature of the flash, as it's an easy way to get a "flash" photo -- or turn off the flash -- without fiddling with the settings menu.

It's been very good with rapid response in turning on/off, the menus are relatively intuitive, and some of the menu options -- such as the panorama setting -- are outstanding. I've taken some of the most beautiful landscape shots with this tiny camera, many of which rival even those taken with my Canon.

Is there some noise? Yes. I also have noticed that in automatic settings, outdoor pictures tend to be a bit blown out and overexposed. I deal with that either in Photoshop/Lightroom, or by switching to a manual setting and adjusting ISO from there.

The other little quibble I have it that when the zoom is maxed out, autofocus doesn't work. You have to pull back slightly on the zoom to activate the autofocus. Other than that, I haven't experienced the loss of focus or the problem with tracking focus that another reviewer mentioned.

Is it perfect? No. But for the price, it's a great little camera for travel or for everyday shutterbug adventures when a big DSLR is too much to pack along. I'd definitely recommend this purchase.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 7, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I've taken a zillion exposure-bracketed pictures (for subsequent HDR merging) and videos with this little guy and it's been great. It's certainly not perfect, but given the price, I have no regrets. The zoom is outrageously noisy when recording video and the autofocus during zooming is terrible, but I still consider this a great deal and keep it with me at all times. It's my first Fuji product and I've gained enough trust in their technology to start investigating their higher-end cameras.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By F-Stop on December 26, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Hi users and reviewers of this camera:

The blurb above says, "High Speed Continuous Shooting Capture action at almost 8 fps at full 16-megapixel resolution or shoot at 11 fps at 8-megapixel resolution" and the manual on page 47 describes how to do this ... but I only ever got three pics. That's hardly continuous.

So I called customer support and they confirmed that it does not shoot true continuous, just three separate pics with one shutter press.

Can't be true, so I just hit "redial" on the 800 number and this time got somebody who at least cared, and was even knowledgeable.

Continuous does work (albeit with limitations,) but nothing like in the manual ... and really klunky and non-intuitive.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne Kirkwold on July 26, 2013
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
This is an excellent camera. It is replacing one just like it that I had for 3 1/2 years that I wore out. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants an all around camera that works well in low light as well as bright light.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Morris Pearl on November 8, 2012
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Briefly: The resultant pictures are pretty good. I use the EXR mode, but I can't really say if the super-duper EXR features deserve credit for the quality or not. My typical use is doing candid pictures at a party from across the (reasonably well lit) room, and it seems very good for that purpose. I chose the camera (in part) because of the IS mode to counteract ones hands shaking. It is more of a factor than with a large camera because this camera is designed to be used while holding it in one hand and looking at the LCD on the back. I still sometimes get a blurry picture, but it seems work well a lot of the time. I don't have any way of doing a scientific comparison.

Positives:
- The camera is so small and light that I can stick it in my pocket and carry it around everywhere. That is the reason I mostly use this camera. My Canon Rebel (DSLR) works fine, but I can't shlep it around with me all the time.
- Panorama mode works as advertised. You have to get used to moving the camera evenly and at the right speed so that it finishes at about the same time you get to the end of the panorama, but with a couple of tries I can get it to work.

Negatives:
- Battery must be removed from the camera and placed into a separate device for charging. I am concerned that there could eventually be a lot of wear and tear from opening and closing.
- The auto focus seems to take a little bit of time, particularly if I'm taking a picture of something off in the distance. Sometimes I am taking a picture of a street scene from block or two away, and I wish it had a manual focus that I could just crank out.
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