Inputs and Outputs Notes
20x Zoom Lens: The Fujifilm FinePix F770EXR is equipped with
F3.3-5.3 Fujinon lens with a
20x optical zoom to let you get close to your subject. It has a focal length of
4.6-92mm (35mm equivalent: 25-500mm). The digital zoom is
approximately 3.4x. With the digital zoom activated, the maximum total zoom is
3" LCD Monitor:
The F770EXR has a 3" color LCD
monitor featuring approximately 460,000 pixels and approximately 100% horizontal
and vertical coverage. The camera does not have a separate
EXR CMOS Image Sensor:
The FinePix F770EXR features a 1/2" EXR CMOS image sensor. The EXR Auto mode
instantly recognizes up to 58 scene types, automatically optimizes every
setting, and switches to one of the following sensor modes, for a total of 103
- HR Resolution Priority: In bright conditions, the EXR
sensor selects the HR High Resolution mode to employ all 16 megapixels to record maximum
- SN High ISO & Low Noise: In low light, the SN High
Sensitivity & Low Noise mode couples up the same color pixels to create
larger, light-absorbing pixels to produce crisp low-light shots with minimal
- DR D-Range Priority: In scenes of high contrast, the DR Dynamic
Range mode captures two images at different exposures simultaneously and
merges them together to create a perfectly balanced image with detail in the
highlights and shadows.
Recording Media: Still images and movies
are recorded onto the camera's 30 MB internal memory or optional SD, SDHC, or SDXC
Global Positioning System (GPS): The F770EXR is equipped
with a GPS receiver. When activated, global positioning data is recorded with
each photograph taken. You can set the GPS Location Search to Permanently On
(continually updating data, even when camera is turned off), or When Switched On
(GPS data updated only when the camera is turned on).
Still Image Quality: The FinePix F770EXR records still images in JPEG
and RAW formats in Large, Medium, and Small sizes in 4:3, 3:2, and 16:9 aspect
ratios. You can also select how much the image files are compressed: Fine (low compression) or Normal (high compression). The available image sizes are as follows:
| ||4:3 Aspect Ratio ||3:2 Aspect Ratio ||16:9 Aspect Ratio |
|Large ||4608 x 3456 ||4608 x 3072 ||4608 x 2592 |
|Medium ||3264 x 2448 ||3264 x 2176 ||3264 x 1840 |
|Small ||2304 x 1728 ||2304 x 1536 ||1920 x 1080 |
Motion Panorama: Motion Panorama enables you to capture
the scene around you in an arc of up to 360 degrees in a single photo. The
options for Motion Panorama include:
- Motion Panorama 360: 1624 x 11520 (tall) or 11520 x 1080 (wide)*
- Motion Panorama 180: 1624 x 5760 (tall) or 5760 x 1080 (wide)
- Motion Panorama 120: 1624 x 3840 (tall) or 3840 x 1080 (wide)
* Motion Panorama 360 is also available in a seamless panorama
that can be played back in a loop.
HD/SD Movies: The
F770EXR can record high definition
(16:9) and standard definition (4:3) movies in MOV format (MPEG-4
with stereo WAV audio. Individual HD movies cannot exceed 29 minutes in length,
while SD movies cannot exceed 120 minutes. A Class 4 SD card or better is
recommended when shooting HD movies. The following options are
- Full HD: 1920 x 1080 (1080i), 30 fps
- HD: 1280 x 720 (720p), 30 fps
- VGA: 640 x 480, 30 fps
High Speed Movies: High speed movies up to 30 seconds in
length can be shot
at high speeds of up to 320 frames per second (fps). The higher the speed, the
smaller the size of the images. No sound is recorded with High Speed movies. The
available speeds and sizes are as follows:
- 640 x 480 @ 80 fps
- 320 x 240 @ 160 fps
- 320 x 112 @ 320 fps
RAW: The camera can record raw, unprocessed image data directly from
the image sensor in RAW format. These images can be viewed on a computer using
the RAW File Converter application that comes on the included CD-ROM. You can
set the camera to RAW+JPEG to record both RAW and JPEG images simultaneously.
3D: The camera's Individual Shutter 3D function allows you
to create a three-dimensional image from two shots taken from different angles.
After taking the first shot, its image will be shown superimposed on the view
through the lens to be used as a guide for taking the second shot. The 3D image
can only be shown on 3D-capable TVS that support the MP format, or on a FinePix
Real 3D V3 digital photo frame.
Shooting Modes: Using the
rotary mode dial, you can set the camera to suit your level and
style of photography. The shooting mode choices include:
- EXR Mode: You can choose one of the following EXR modes
in the shooting menu:
- EXR Auto: The camera automatically recognizes the scene
and selects the ideal shooting mode, plus switches the sensor to the perfect
capture mode for the conditions.
- EXR Priority: You can manually select
the capture mode from the following options: Resolution Priority, High ISO
and Low Noise, and D-range Priority (set to 800% or 1600%).
- Program AE: The camera sets the shutter speed and
aperture according to shooting conditions.
- Aperture Priority: You select the aperture to capture the
depth of field you desire, and the camera automatically sets the shutter
speed according to shooting conditions.
- Shutter Priority: You select the shutter speed to
freeze action or blur subjects to indicate motion, and the camera automatically sets the
aperture according to shooting conditions.
- Manual: You manually set both the shutter speed and aperture
for full control over the camera settings.
- Scene Position: You can select a scene suited to the subject
or shooting conditions, and save it for quick recall.
Available scenes include Natural Light, Natural + Flash, Portrait, Portrait
Enhancer, Dog, Cat, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night (Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow,
Beach, Underwater, Party, Flower, and Text.
- Advanced: This mode combines point and shoot
photography with more advanced techniques. The advanced shooting modes
- Motion Panorama 360: You can take photos that will automatically
be joined to form a panorama. You can select several angles to pan the
camera, vertical or horizontal panorama shooting, and direction of shooting.
Directions to guide you appear on the monitor.
- Pro Focus Mode: This mode lets you create professional looking
effects, such as soft focusing the background for a portrait. The camera
takes up to 3 pictures and creates one image with a sharp focused subject
and a soft focused background like an SLR.
- Pro Low Light Mode: For shooting a subject under low lighting or
a still subject with a telephoto lens. The camera automatically takes up to
4 pictures and merges them together.
- Auto: A simple point and shoot mode recommended for first time users of
ISO Sensitivity: You can manually set the camera's sensitivity to ISO
100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, or 12800. The Auto settings will adjust the
sensitivity settings according to the shooting conditions. There are 4 automatic
settings with a preset maximum sensitivity: Auto 3200, Auto 1600, Auto 800, and
Auto 400. The higher the sensitivity setting, the better the camera is at
reducing blur in poor lighting conditions, however, high settings can result in
more noise in the recorded images.
Film Simulation: The Film Simulation settings allows you to control the color saturation of the recorded image,
simulating the effects of different types of film.
The camera gives you the following choices:
- Provia/Standard: Standard color reproduction--suited to
a wide range of subjects, from portraits to landscapes.
- Velvia/Vivid: A high-contrast palette of saturated
colors, suited to nature photographs.
- Astia/Soft: A soft-toned palette of less saturated
- B&W: takes pictures in black and white for
dramatic and artistic images
- Sepia: takes pictures in sepia to simulate old photographs
White balance is used to preserve natural colors under different types of
lighting. You can select
Auto, Direct Sunlight, Shade, "Daylight" fluorescent lamps, "Warm White" fluorescent
lamps, "Cool White" fluorescent lamps, Incandescent light, Underwater,
and Custom (set by the camera for the specific lighting for the shot).
Exposure Compensation: You can alter the exposure from the
value suggested by the camera, making pictures brighter or darker. You can
adjust the exposure a total of 13 steps from -2.0 to +2.0 EV in 1/3 EV steps.
Continuous Shooting: You can capture motion in a series of
pictures taken as long as you press and hold the shutter button. There are five
options for continuous shooting:
- Top n: The camera captures photos while the shutter
button is pressed. You can choose the frame rate (11, 8, 5, or 3 fps) and maximum number of shots
per burst (options depend upon the image size).
- Best Frame Capture: The camera captures a series of
pictures, starting before and ending after the shutter button is pressed.
The camera saves 8 or 16 shots, some before the shutter button was pressed, and
- AE Bracketing: Each time the shutter button is pressed
the camera takes three shots; one using the metered value for exposure, the
second overexposed by the step selected (1/3, 2/3, or 1 EV), and the third
underexposed by the same amount.
- Film Simulation Bracketing: Each time the shutter
button is pressed the camera takes three shots at different film simulation
settings: Provia/Standard for the first, Velvia/Vivid for the second, and
Astia/Soft for the third.
- Dynamic Range Bracketing: Each time the shutter button
is pressed, the camera takes three shots at different dynamic range
settings: 100% for the first, 200% for the second, and 400% for the third.
camera gives you the choice of a 10-second or 2-second self timer.
Auto Focus Modes: You can choose from the following focus
- Center: The camera focuses on the subject in the center of the frame.
- Multi: When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera detects
high-contrast subjects near the center of the frame and selects the focus
- Continuous: When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the camera continuously
adjusts focus to reflect changes in the distance to the main subject in the
Tracking: The focus frame is displayed in the center of the
monitor, and once set, will track the moving subject, keeping it in focus.
Focus Range: The focus
ranges according to shooting mode are as follows:
- 1.4' to infinity (wide angle)
- 8.2' to infinity (telephoto)
- 1.9" to 9.8' (wide angle)
- 4.2' to 9.8' (telephoto)
Super Intelligent Flash: The
FinePix F770EXR has a built-in, motorized pop-up/retracting flash with a range of
0.4' to 12.1'
(Wide) and 2.9' to 7.8' (Telephoto) with sensitivity set to Auto. This Super Intelligent Flash
system instantly analyzes the scene based on the brightness of the subject, its
position in the frame, and its distance from the camera. The flash output and
sensitivity are adjusted to make sure the exposure is correct. Red-eye removal minimizes the
"red-eye" effect, and is available for each flash mode. You can choose from the following flash modes:
- Auto: flash fires
automatically as required by the shooting conditions
- Fill Flash:
flash will fire whenever a picture is taken
- Slow Synchro:
auto flash combined with slow shutter speeds (tripod recommended)
- Flash Off: You can close the pop-up flash when flash
photography is prohibited, or to capture natural lighting under dim light.
Intelligent Face Detection: When Face Detection is On,
the camera automatically detects human faces anywhere in the frame and sets the
focus and exposure for shots that emphasize portrait subjects. This mode will
prevent the camera from focusing on the background when taking group portraits
or self portraits.
When Face Detection is off, you can select one of three Metering modes:
- Multi: light
metering where the camera automatically assesses the scene and selects the
- Spot: light metering where
the exposure is optimized for the center of the image
- Average: light metering
where an average value for the entire image is used.
Voice Memos: You can add voice
memos of up to 30 seconds each to still images. The voice memos are recorded in
the WAV format. During playback, you can pause/resume, stop, fast-forward and
rewind the voice memos.
Rating Pictures: As you view your pictures, you can rate
them from zero to five stars. These ratings can later be used for image search
by their ratings.
Viewing Images: Images can be
played back one-at-a-time or in a variety of multi-frame views. Multi-frame
options include a 5-frame cascading display (two previous and two following
frames cascaded behind the highlighted image), a side-by-side two-frame display
(with smaller thumbnails of the previous and next frames, 9-image grid (3 x 3)
and a 100-image grid (10 x 10) of micro-thumbnails. In the 9- and 100-image grid
views, the highlighted image is slightly enlarged.
Photobook Assist: You can create books from your favorite
photos. You can select individual photos or all available photos to put into a
photobook. You can also use the criteria from the image search categories (date,
face, favorites, scene, or type of data) to choose which photos to put into the
Playback Zoom/Cropping: You can
enlarge a still image in the monitor according to the image quality (size).
After you have zoomed in and scrolled the picture to the desired composition,
you can create a cropped image of a picture. Copies are saved at Medium, Small,
or 640, depending upon the size of the original, and will have an aspect ratio
of 4:3. The cropped copy will be saved as a separate file.
Photo Information: Detailed photo information can be viewed
with each frame, if desired. The following information is displayed when
Detailed Information is selected: Dynamic range, Image size and quality,
sensitivity, shutter speed/aperture, film simulation, flash mode, white balance,
exposure compensation, frame number, picture (overexposed areas blink on and
off), and histogram.
Printing Pictures: Using DPOF
(Digital Print Order Form), you can designate which images to print, and whether
to print them with or without date. Pictures can be printed as followed:
- Printer or Photo Lab:
plug the camera into a Pictbridge-compatible printer,
insert the memory card into a compatible printer, or take the memory card to
a digital photo lab
- Transferring to Computer:
transfer the images to a computer before printing them
Power Requirements: The
FinePix F770EXR is powered by the NP-50A Lithium-Ion rechargeable battery. The
battery can be charged with the supplied BC-45W battery charger in about 150
minutes. A fully charged battery is good for approximately 300 frames.
Auto Power Off Function: When
the camera is operated on battery power, the Auto Power Off function will automatically
turn off the LCD monitor to reduce the drain on the batteries if no
operations are performed for 2 minutes or 5 minutes, as set in the menu.
and Outputs Notes
USB/A-V Output: The FinePix F770EXR features a single
proprietary jack for
connecting either the supplied USB
cable or A/V cable. This one output allows you to download your photos to your
computer via USB, or view your photos on a TV. The video output is
NTSC or PAL compatible.
HDMI Output: You can connect the F770EXR to an HDTV via HDMI for viewing
high definition movies and high resolution still images. A mini-HDMI (Type C
connector) to HDMI cable is required.
System Requirements: The
FinePix F770EXR is equipped with Software for MyFinePix Studio Version 3.2 for Windows and FinePix Viewer Version
3.6 for Macintosh, plus RAW File Converter. In order to use this software, your
computer must be running one of the following operating systems:
- Windows: Windows 7 (SP1), Windows Vista (SP2), Windows
- Macintosh: Mac OS X version 10.3.9-10.6 (Mac OS X
version 10.7 and later not supported.)