Fujifilm FinePix F470 Reviews

Fujifilm FinePix F470 Reviews Digital Camera Info has also reviewed the Fujifilm FinePix F470 and write: “The Fujifilm Finepix F470 also lacks any distinguishing features or technology. By contrast, Canon’s entry-level offerings provide full manual control, while Panasonic’s all have optical image stabilization, and Nikon’s have face priority and auto red-eye fix. Even other Fujifilm models are way beyond the FinePix F470, offering higher quality LCD screens, faster shooting speeds, and more expansive ISO settings. Unfortunately, other than the F470’s substandard construction, there is little to the camera that is really noteworthy. If consumers can find the F470 at a much lower price point than its similarly spec’d competition, its shortcomings may be worth overlooking; however, if features and performance are more essential, consumers should take a second look at the competition before purchasing.”

Photoxels has reviewed the Fujifilm FinePix F470 and write: “The Fujifilm FinePix F470 is ultra-compact, with a pleasant design, and very good build. Its features are basic and will mostly appeal to point-and-shoot photographers who desire an easy-to-use and staightforward take-anywhere digital camera that gives very good results. It’s slim enough to slide into your jeans pocket…. The Fujifilm FinePix F470 produces very good image quality. Exposure metering is accurate, and colours are very pleasing. It is mostly a sunny take-anywhere digital camera which is point-and-shoot simplicity to use.”

Digital Photography Interface has posted a Fujifilm FinePix F470 review and write: “The Fujifilm FinePix F470 is a 6 megapixel, 3x zoom entry-level camera. It’s a good camera though its positives are on par with some other entry-level cameras: simple controls, compact size, big 2.5 inch LCD, movie mode and image quality. If only the LCD covered 100% of the frame, if only it had better battery life and if only it was faster. I think that the FinePix F470 is good but not good enough. For the same price, the Sony W50 offers the same things but also has an LCD with 100% coverage, 80% better battery life, an AF-assist beam and is slightly faster.”

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