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Fujifilm FinePix Z70 – Stylish Social Networker

Fujifilm FinePix Z70 – A Stylish and Sophisticated Social Networker

Whether you’re posing like Posh, hitting the town with your besties or capturing a milestone birthday, you can take and upload photos and videos easier than ever with the new Fujifilm FinePix Z70.

Combining style with a list of impressive features, this sophisticated digital camera is a must have accessory for every online aficionado thanks to the new Facebook/YouTube Easy Upload mode.

This convenient feature is a social networker’s dream, making it quick and easy to post photos and videos online. The one-touch easy web upload button on the FinePix Z70 allows you to select and mark movies and pictures to post online, which upload directly to your favourite site once the camera is connected to your PC.

For fans of Facebook, Bebo, Twitter or all of the above, the FinePix Z70 helps you share photos and videos with your world in an instant.

This funky new camera also has a range of other exciting features including; 12 megapixel resolution, 5x optical zoom, automatic red-eye removal, digital Image Stabilization to reduce blur and a huge 2.7” LCD Screen so you can playback pictures with your beau or BFF.

You’re also guaranteed stunning photos, however challenging the conditions, with the FinePix Z70. All you need to do is point and shoot, and the camera will take care of the rest. The Target Focus mode tracks fast moving subjects so they don’t escape from the frame in a blur, ensuring you don’t miss any of the action!

If making movies is more your style, channel your inner Peter Jackson with the new Movie Edit function. This entertaining feature allows you to add your own finishing touches to your footage by editing videos to make them Sepia or even by adding glamorous dynamic lighting effects.
The latest model in the popular Z series range also debuts with a brand new look including a stylish metal body and cool horizontal sliding lens barrier. Available in four fabulous colours including Black, Blue, Pink and Purple, the FinePix Z70 is so slim it can even slip into your pocket or handbag.

Key Features:
• Super-slim metal body cool new horizontal sliding shutter
• 12 MP sensor and Fujinon 5x Optical Zoom (36-180mm equivalent)
• Digital Image Stabilization
• NEW One Touch button for YouTube / Facebook easy web upload
• HD Recording 720p for both stills and movies
• One-touch Movie Mode & Movie Edit
• 2.7-inch 230k high contrast LCD screen with Microthumbnail View
• Scene Recognition Auto (SR AUTO)
• NEW Target Focus
• NEW Auto Picture Rotate
• Picture search function
• Movie editing & Blog Mode
• Li-ion rechargeable battery

The Fujifilm FinexPix Z70 is available from electronic and photographic stores nationwide. (RRP $299)


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