Fujifilm FinePix F750EXR Digital Camera Review$349.99
Video could be a major selling-point of this camera, thanks first of all to strong handling of moving objects. Although artifacting can be a problem in complex patterns, trailing is absent and the footage is very smooth overall. More on how CamcorderInfo tests motion.
Sharpness was not impressive in our test, however (and this is a big "however") that only applies to scenes in motion. Since our entire sharpness test moves, the F750EXR was only able to resolve 250 lw/ph horizontally and 300 vertically. But while the camera is still, these numbers jump to 650 and 400 respectively. Meaning that in practice, such as the sample above, video sharpness will probably be excellent. More on how CamcorderInfo tests video sharpness.
The results are much the same under low light. In our 60 lux video test, the F750 resolved 200 lw/ph horizontally and 300 vertically, and yet again these figures jumped up while the camera was still. This time, all the way to 700 and 400 lw/ph respectively.
Low Light Sensitivity
One drawback is the camera's lack of sensitivity under low light. In order to resolve at least 50 IRE of image data, the sensor requires more than 45 lux of ambient illumination. We don't award any points at 45 lux or above, and although this result isn't totally surprising, we have seen at least a few compacts break the 45 lux barrier.