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Fujifilm FinePix F80EXR 12 MP Super CCD EXR Digital Camera with 10x Wide Angle Optical Zoom and 3.0-Inch LCD


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  • 12-megapixel Super CCD EXR sensor; 3.0-inch LCD
  • 10x wide-angle optical zoom; 27mm wide-angle to 270mm telephoto
  • 720p HD movie recording; mini HDMI port
  • Pet Detection; Tracking Auto Focus
  • Super Intelligent' Flash; Face Detection and Automatic Red-eye Removal
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Fujifilm
  • Model: F80EXR
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 12 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: Super CCD
  • Optical zoom: 10 x
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 1.1 x 2.3 inches ; 7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B0035WTVQE
  • Item model number: F80EXR
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,965 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 2, 2010

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The FinePix F80EXR is a sleek, compact digital camera that combines intuitive use with the most advanced features, including Fujifilm's award-winning EXR technology. Among its many features, the FinePix F80EXR has an impressive Fujinon 10x wide-angle optical zoom lens, a 12-megapixel Super CCD EXR sensor, a large, 3.0-inch high-contrast LCD, Face Recognition, Pet Detection and HD movie capture at 720p.

Encased in a beautifully sculpted metal shell with a double coated lacquer finish and measuring only 22.9 mm thick, the FinePix F80EXR comes in black The FinePix F80 EXR offers several enhancements over its predecessor, the FinePix F70EXR, and boasts marked improvements over competing long-zoom digital cameras, particularly in the areas of color and design, image quality and capture technology.

FinePix F80EXR Highlights

Fuji FinePix digital camera highlights


Face Recognition
Now, users can register up to eight (8) faces, along with names, birthdays and categories, and the F80EXR will prioritize focus and exposure right on the faces of those special people. Users can also use Image Search to view images of a registered person. Compared to models from other manufacturers, Fujifilm's Face Recognition has faster recognition speed, greater number of names displayed, and the ability to recall the most often shot subject.

Super CCD EXR
Long zoom compact cameras, as opposed to standard compact digital cameras, typically use a smaller sensor that is vulnerable to difficult lighting conditions since light has a harder time reaching the CCD sensor. To mitigate this vulnerability, Fujifilm has introduced its award-winning EXR technology into the FinePix F80EXR, allowing for significant improvement in image quality against the competition.

Fujifilm's EXR technology uses the human eye as the basis for the perfect camera sensor, creating a Super CCD sensor capable of registering excellent levels of detail when switched to its HR (High Resolution) mode. The FinePix F80EXR is also capable of offering excellent quality in low light and superb highlight detail in contrast light when switched to its SN (High Sensitivity and Low Noise) mode and DR (Wide Dynamic Range) modes respectively.

Super Slim 10x Zoom Lens
In conjunction with the Super CCD EXR sensor, the FinePix F80EXR features a Fujinon 10x Wide-Angle optical zoom lens that produces crisp high resolution results throughout the focal range, from 27mm wide-angle to 270mm telephoto. The lens of the FinePix F80EXR features Super EBC Coating that keeps ghosting and flare to minimum to allow for optimal picture quality.

Fuji FinePix digital camera highlights
10x optical zoom in action.



Pet Detection
For those who enjoy the company of four-legged friends, the F80EXR has Pet Detection, allowing users the ability to detect up to 10 faces of dogs or cats and automatically optimize the focus. The F80EXR is programmed to recognize 57% of the Fédération Cyno Logique Internationale (FCI) Registered Dogs, 80% of the Top 20 Dogs in the American Kennel Club (AKC) Ranking and 60% of The Cat Fancier's Association (CFA) breeds. Pet Detection works by matching various dog or cat data of facial parts with patterns to detect the dog or cat being photographed.

HD Movie Capture
Fuji FinePix digital camera highlights
With the ability to capture movies in HD quality--720p HD--the F80EXR also has a micro HDMI Port, making it quick and easy for users to realize the full benefits of their home theater system and to share all their special moments.

Tracking Auto Focus
The F80EXR also has Tracking Auto Focus, which allows users to track a moving subject automatically for still picture capture.

Additional Features
  • 'Super Intelligent' Flash: The FinePix F80EXR offers a flash control system which efficiently controls the level of flash for a given exposure to produce beautifully balanced flash illumination across the foreground and background. Gone are the ugly washout shots where the subject is blasted with light and the background dark and unexposed. Super Intelligent Flash is most useful in macro photography where the contrast between subject and background can be especially challenging, but is also effective for night and backlit photography.
  • Face Detection and Automatic Red-eye Removal: To provide perfectly exposed and focused portrait shots, the FinePix F80EXR is fitted with Fujifilm's latest Face Detection technology which is able to track up to 10 faces simultaneously, at almost any angle to the camera. The system instantly corrects red-eye and then saves both the original and the corrected image file automatically.
  • Dual Stabilization: Long-zoom cameras need stabilization more than any other compact, with handshake and subject movement a particular problem in low light at telephoto range. The FinePix F80EXR reduces blur to a minimum by deploying Picture Stabilization to automatically increase shutter speeds to freeze action, and CCD Sensor Shift Stabilization to counteract the problems of handshake. By cleverly combining these two, blur is reduced to an absolute minimum.
  • 3.0-inch High-Contrast LCD: The FinePix F80EXR is fitted with a high contrast 230K-pixel 3.0-inch LCD. The high contrast LCD is a considerable benefit in bright light, and means that the camera can be pitched at various shooting angles to enable framing of awkward shots. Viewable at 160 degrees both vertically and horizontally, the LCD is bright and clear for beautiful rendition of shots in playback.
Fuji FinePix digital camera highlights
Enjoy blur-free images with Dual Image Stabilization

Product Description

Fujifilm FinePix F80EXR - 12MP Super CCD EXR, Fujinon Super EBC 10x Wide Optical Zoom (28 - 280mm), 3.0" High Contrast LCD. Other features include: Face Detection w/ Red Eye Removal, Face Recognition, Pet Detection, Tracking Auto Focus, Dual Image Stabilization, Multi-Frame Technology, High Sensitivity 3200 ISO, 6 Scene - SR Auto Automatic Scene Recognition, Smile/Blink Detection Mode, HD Movie 720p w/ Sound - HDMI Connector, Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I carry it with me all the time. I bought a second one as a backup because its photos are so sharp and the camera is so user friendly. After years of heavy use the zoom… Read more ›
I returned this item the next day after I recieved it. The picture quality is not good and I was terribly disappointed with this camera. I was expecting a lot after reading… Read more ›
However......I have never used an inexpensive camera that produced macros and close shots like this ever! Portraiture shots are very good to excellent. Long panoramic views… Read more ›
Price was right, got very good reviews. My child loves it and it takes really good photos. So far, so good. Read more ›
Without credentials you cannot take a…I have used a Fuji F72 EXR and F80 EXR for 3 years now and have gotten extremely good results from these cameras at concerts. Even… Read more ›
I am the photographer for a couple of organizations. With my Pentax I never had to worry about getting excellent photos. Perhaps I need to study the lengthy booklet more in… Read more ›
It is a good camera but it really needs someone to publish a good optimization chart to show the best setting for various conditions. _____________________ Read more ›
Utilizing this, it created…Both of those features has limitation that the subject needs to be static, but they are nice features that broadens usability of the camera. Read more ›
This means that if you leave it in "easy" mode, it will often reduce the pixels by half (giving you a 6MB picture) in order to process the image (and use neighboring… Read more ›
The "easy" mode does a fantastic job of identifying the situation and figuring out the best way to take that picture. For example, if you take pictures of people/objects… Read more ›
To me, I am still okay with it. - I needed to play around with it until finding the best setting to shoot. You do not want to fully rely on its Auto mode. Read more ›
Here are the setting I'd use in many situations: Picture mode: Vivid or Soft mode. Metering: average Read more ›
I would give it 5 stars if the battery was more…But remember that this camera can do things that the older ones could not do, and the optical zoom is much greater. Get… Read more ›
Shoots quickly. The zoom is amazing, as is the feature that takes two photos at the same time (one without flash), so you can compare them. We haven't printed anything out… Read more ›
For the price and small size, a very capable camera. Good zoom. Quick to focus. Read more ›
For the most part, this camera met my expectations. It's a little bigger than I was hoping it would be, but that's the price for having such a powerful zoom lens. It's no… Read more ›
There is substantial noise (mottling) in poor…The camera performs well outside in bright light, though the images tend to soften (slightly fuzzy edges) at full zoom. Read more ›
The images i'm getting just out of the pre-programmed settings are beyond beautiful, and I can't wait to…The quality of pictures on full zoom alone make it worth the price. Read more ›
Wonderful camera, affordable and images look clean, clear and professional. Easy to use and navigate as well. Would definitely recommend. Read more ›
Absolutely love this camera!! So many functions and features and easy to use. I am very satisfied with my purchase! Read more ›
1) the screen is really big and nice. A bit crowded with icons for all the gizmo info (which you can turn off) but nice to use. 2) the dynamic range settings are very useful. Read more ›
I got this camera as a gift for my wife, and she loves it! Very intuitive and easy to use. Shoots quickly. Read more ›
This may not be an issue for someone wanting only uncropped images, which should enlarge easily to 8x10. The camera was quick and fun to use. For me, however, the… Read more ›
The detail it can pic up on small things is great. It's very easy to use and figure out. After about 5 minutes I already knew where all the controls were and how to use them. Read more ›
In conclusion, the price is reasonable for all these features, at least they fit what I need. Read more ›
So, if you're not picky, this is a decent camera to buy that will satisfy 90% of your needs if you can get a great price. And if you care about image quality, if you're… Read more ›
Most any camera can take decent photos in bright light, so low light indoor shots is the true test. While a long range zoom is nice, I also value a wide angle lens even more. Read more ›
I bought this camera because I like my F72exr a lot and it's on sale at a very good price. As far as I can tell, it's as good as the F72exr that I have for a portable P&S… Read more ›
Finally, it's not a "professional" level camera by any stretch, just a nice point-and-shoot with a few really good advanced features at a nice price. We're very happy with… Read more ›
Overall, this camera has good balance of price and quality. Read more ›
Battery life seems good. The rear screen is nice and big but the resolution is somewhat low. The face detection and especially the automatic red eye removal are very cool… Read more ›
Love my Fujifilm Finepix. Large view screen,easy to work, GREAT PICTURES! Amazon was so easy and very fast with the delivery of my camera, within 2-3 days! Read more ›
Like most small point-and-shot cameras, there is no optical viewfinder. But the 3" LCD is bright and has adequate resolution for most shooting situations. Since I was… Read more ›
Although I tried every setting available, the photos appeared smudged--akin to a charcoal painting--when viewed in Photoshop on a high resolution screen at 100% or larger. T… Read more ›
1) for outdoor shooting with bright direct sunlight and a lot of deep shadows (example, our country road at noon with lots…The bright areas and deep shadows retain detail. Read more ›
5) the Pro Low Light mode that takes multiple exposures and combines them is…I've taken some photos after sunset that have beautiful detail and no noticeable noise. Als… Read more ›
The high ISO and low noise…D-Range priority takes two pictures at different exposures and combines them making a 6MP picture but with greater shadow detail and highlights. Read more ›
(Actually the concrete did most of the damage shortly after the camera left my wife's…What I was looking for is a point and shoot with decent performance in low light. M… Read more ›
I've lowered my rating to 2 stars because I think Fuji…Had they stuck with a lower megapixel sensor with good low light performance, they could have had an amazing camera. Read more ›
When they ended up…Unless you are into photography want to spend time figuring out how to get decent performance out of this camera, I can't say that I would recommend it. Read more ›
But you have to turn that down to 100% for indoor/low light circumstances, or images will…3) control over maximum ISO is very useful, but not well explained in the manual. Read more ›
I should point out that most other point and shoot cameras don't get very good results at ISO 800 either, but to make it a default for all flash pictures seems to be a very… Read more ›
The Fujifilm FinePic F80 is tiny, lightweight and really easy to use. I was afraid a camera this small would be difficult to use, but it's easy to learn to use. I love the… Read more ›
In my opinion, this sort of penny pinching is really irritating. Scrolling through a 128 page PDF file on a disk is not a good way to learn how to use a new camera. You… Read more ›
It's a shame, because I like the color treatment. Fuji's has a way to treat color that makes their pic look nice. Read more ›
I am not a fan of Fuji software. But I like the natural color of this camera's pictures. It seems to me well suited both for indoor and outdoor photography. Read more ›
12) Faster response (except at boot up, when you…The auto focus and exposure is faster, and the lag when you press the shutter is smaller, so you don't miss as many shots. Read more ›
You can select…You can also select a low-light mode where it decreases the resolution of the image a bit so it can combine pixels to create a faster exposure in low-light. Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 65 people found the following review helpful By AnthonyB on May 9, 2010
I used the F80EXR for a couple weeks after I dropped and broke my Canon Powershot A620. When it became clear there were few options with the flip-out screen I loved on the Canon, I investigated very compact cameras like this Fuji. Based on very positive reviews of the F70EXR and F200EXR I bought the F80. I immediately began to notice a lot of what I assume is JPEG compression artifact that--at high magnification--gives a watercolor-like appearance. This is noticeable at maximum zoom even on the LCD screen. I have now done more research and it seems others have the same complaint. According to more technical reviews, when Fuji moved from the 10 MP F70EXR to the 12 MP F80EXR, with the limitations of the camera's sensor size there was actually a degradation of quality. For comparison, I shot some side by side tests with the F80 against a very old 4 MP Canon PowerShot A80. To my shock, there was VERY little difference in image quality. When viewed at maximum resolution on my computer (just before jagged pixels begin to appear), the Fuji had slightly better detail. But at that same magnification the Fuji began to show ugly JPEG compression smudging of colors, while the Canon had nice, even blurring or noise. It should be said that the Fuji PERFORMS much better than the old Canon. Its lighter, faster, has much better zoom, deals better with high contrast and flash, etc. But it's amazing that there is almost no resolution difference for the additional 8 megapixels and, to my taste, poorer image quality. This may not be an issue for someone wanting only uncropped images, which should enlarge easily to 8x10. The camera was quick and fun to use. For me, however, the compression artifact was a deal-breaker. I'm still considering an F70.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Raine T on April 14, 2010
I got this camera to replace the one i've had for a while, another finepix (the z10fd). I had been plenty happy with that one, but it was old and starting to look less than impressive next to newer cameras.

I have only had this camera for a few days, but i'm already blown away by how much better it is that the one I had before. The images i'm getting just out of the pre-programmed settings are beyond beautiful, and I can't wait to start messing around with the manual setting. The quality of pictures on full zoom alone make it worth the price. The detail it can pic up on small things is great. It's very easy to use and figure out. After about 5 minutes I already knew where all the controls were and how to use them.

The only thing I was less than thrilled about, is that it is a TAD on the heavy side...at least compared to other digi cams i've had. But it's not a big deal, and i'm already getting used to it. It's not at all bulky or anything, just a little heavier than i'm used to.

Some of the pre-set modes include: Pro Focus, Pro Focus Low-light, dog, cat, flowers, snow, beach, night, fireworks, landscape, text, party, sport, portrait, portrait enahncer, sunset, underwater (if you buy a protective case), and movie. That's not even all of them.

I'm so excited for upcoming events in my life, such as my husband's homecoming and a new years trip to disneyland. I'm confident i'm going to get amazing captures of those special moments in my life.

If I find anything wrong, dissappointing, or flawed, I will update.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Pak Suen on May 12, 2010
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I've received this camera for several weeks, and I've done various testing under different environments.

Pros:
First off, this camera has a tremendous improvement for noise control using the EXR SN or Pro low light mode in a low light environment, better than my previous DC Fujifilm F50fd and other DCs I've seen, at least at this price range. On top of that, the 'Super Intelligence Flash' mode is awesome. It controls the level of flash for a given exposure to produce beautifully balanced flash illumination across the foreground and background, suitable for shooting macro and close-up portrait. Besides, this camera includes M-Mode (full manual) and P-Mode (P & Aperture priority mode) which gives you complete control especially when shooting night scene with tripod. To me, the manual mode is a good stuff, and it's better than most of the DCs out there I've seen. Wide angle and 270mm zoom is another big plus. HD movie is a basic requirement nowadays, I will just skip it.

Cons:
- The camera might be a bit heavy to some of you. To me, I am still okay with it.
- I needed to play around with it until finding the best setting to shoot. You do not want to fully rely on its Auto mode. In the beginning, I saw sharpness issue, and some pictures were even getting a bit hazy.

In conclusion, the price is reasonable for all these features, at least they fit what I need.

Here are the setting I'd use in many situations:
Picture mode: Vivid or Soft mode.
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