Creating frame-filling shots of smaller subjects is easy with the Fuji F770 EXR's Macro AF mode.
Even in Standard colour mode, the Fujifilm FinePix F770 EXR is capable of capturing accurate colours with plenty of punch.
Although the smaller sensor means you won't get the same shallow depth-of-field effects as you would with a DSLR, at f/3.5 it is possible to render the background slightly out of focus, helping to draw attention to your nearest subject.
The Fuji F770 EXR and its 20x optical zoom lens combine to produce shots that are pleasingly detailed and sharp across the frame - particularly when shooting at the wide angle end of the focal range.
Switching to the camera's Velvia Film Simulation mode helps to bring out vibrant hues and increase the impact of colourful scenes.
The Fuji F770 EXR's 20x optical zoom lens covers a very versatile focal range that's ideal for photographing both wide scenes and distant subjects.
The Fujifilm F770 EXR's big zoom lens makes getting closer to distant subjects an easy task: it's ideal for homing in on details and shooting candid portraits or wildlife, for instance, without disturbing your subject.