Fujifilm X70 Fixed Lens Compact Camera Boasts Classical Design, 16.3MP Image Sensor, WiFi and More

Fujifilm has officially announced their latest fixed lens compact camera – X70. As one of its X-Series, the digital camera follows the classical design, and advanced hardware configuration brings you high-quality imaging and handy photography experience.

Fujifilm X70 Fixed Lens Compact Camera

Fujifilm X70 is a high-performance fixed lens camera that measures 4.43 x 2.54 x 1.75 inches and weights 12 oz. As we can see from the images, the digital camera features a charming vintage look, and the X70, more than others from Fujifilm X-Series, shows off its solid metal body with refined matte finish, while the texturized grip is only placed on one side of the camera for a comfortable and firm grip.

Fujifilm X70 Fixed Lens Compact Camera

The latest compact camera comes equipped with a large 16.3MP APS-C CMOS image sensor, a high-speed EXR Processor II image processor and a wide-angle prime Fujinon 18.5mm f/2.8 lens in order to bring you a shutter time lag of 0.01sec, shooting interval of 0.5sec, a sensitivity range up to ISO 51200, and high-quality imagery.

Furthermore, Fujifilm X70 also features dual autofocus modes including 49-point Single Point mode for high-speed and precise focusing and Zone and Wide/Tracking mode using a larger 77-point area for capturing moving subjects. And its digital tele-converter lets you switch between 28mm, 35mm and 50mm angle of view options.

Fujifilm X70 Fixed Lens Compact Camera

In addition, the X70 also comes with a 3.0″ tilting touchscreen monitor, built-in flash, and WiFi connectivity allowing you to easily transmit photos and videos to your smartphone or tablet for sharing.

Fujifilm X70 comes in two colors and will be available soon for $799.95 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Fujifilm or B&H for its more details.

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