Fujifilm X70 hands-on review | Digital Camera World

Despite their popularity, Fujifilm’s X100 series of compacts have always had a slight disadvantage of needing a very roomy pocket for portability, next to rival camera from the likes of Nikon and Ricoh. With the X70, however, this is no longer the case, with the camera shoehorning the same 16.3Mp APS-C format X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II as the X100T into a smaller chassis. Here, they are joined by an 18.5mm f/2.8 lens, which provides an effective focal length of 28mm, in contrast to the effective 35mm (equivalent) focal length found on the X100T. And, for those occasions where 28mm doesn’t quite fit the scene, you can enable digital ‘teleconverter’ options that crop images to replicate 35mm and 50mm focal lengths, at the expense of sensor resolution. There’s a ring around the optic for aperture adjustment, with markings in whole stops between a range of  f/2.8 to f/16 and adjustment offered in 1/3EV stops. And, should you want the camera to determine aperture in program or shutter-priority modes, you can also set this ring to the automatic ‘A’ setting……..

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