As I alluded to in my last post, this weekend I was able to complete my Fujifilm X70 review. It’s such a fun little camera, I highly recommend trying it out if you are in the market for that sort of camera.
In this modern world of high-resolution smartphone cameras, one would not be wrong to wonder how much of a place there is left in the world for compact point-n-shoot cameras.Camera companies are trying to combat this line of thought by launching newer high-end point-n-shoot models that push the boundaries of what we thought was possible from that level of camera.
The Fujifilm X70 is one of these high-end point-n-shoots that aims to offer the convenience of a small form factor with image quality that rivals its interchangeable lens cousins. Let’s find out if it meets those lofty goals, keep reading for a quick snippet from my full review:
“I was really not sure of what to expect from the X70 going into this review. I had used the Sony RX100 series cameras before, as well as Canon’s G7x and generally liked the outstanding image quality I was able to get out of these small and compact bodies. The biggest concerns I had going into the review was whether or not the 18.5mm lens would be too limiting and if the lack of an EVF would make the camera a pain to use in the direct sun.
I received answers to both of those concerns.”
You can continue reading my Fujifilm X70 review here, it’s full of sample images, a breakdown of the camera’s pros and cons, a complete tour of the design, and of course – my full opinion after having used it extensively for several weeks.
Let’s play a game. Comment below with you thoughts on the X70 before reading my review, then comment on the review post after reading the review and checking out the sample images. I am curious how many of you will have your minds changed, one way or the other, after reading my post.