It is the age of the teeny-tiny’s – small cars, small laptops, small cameras, small camcorders and so on, many of which snugly fit into our palms. Many of these tiny ones are packed with features that could put the conservatives to shame. One such tiny gadget is the FinePix F70EXR / F75EXR from Fujifilm. It comes with a resolution of 10mp and a zoom range of 10x and is the smallest camera in that range.

Design and Functioning

The FinePix F70EXR / F75EXR follows all the rules of design that impact point and shoot cameras come with. Its design is easy and fluid and it is quite lightweight at 180gs. It is available in two conservative colours of Black and Silver. Like amny Fujifilm cameras, this one too comes with the Super CCD EXR, which provides superior picture quality, enabling a “3-in-1” sensor combination of Fine Capture Technology, which gives High Resolution, Pixel Fusion Technology for High Sensitivity and reduced Noise and Dual Capture Technology which provides a Wide Dynamic Range. Among its various shooting modes, the Pro Low-Light is notable, for it 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. It contains internal memory of about 47MB and is compatible with SD/SDHC cards.