Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix AV200 / AV205
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John Ondria, Amazon
16 November 2011
Summary: As a first digital camera the Fuji FinePix AV200 is a good choice, it is economical, has plenty of features however the user manual has much to be desired in terms of simple step by step instructions.
At this price, with AA batteries and HD video, you can't quite go wrong
Timothy Takemoto, Amazon
17 July 2011
Summary: I bought this camera because it was the cheapest at my large local Japanese electronics store, it runs on AA batteries, and as well as loads of pixels in the still camera mode, it takes high definition videos.
Summary: Very nice camera for the price. Very disapointed that I could not use it right away. Fugi technical support said it has no internal memory for storing pictures of any amount. It does say that a memory card is not included, but I've had other cameras that allow you to store some pictures on its own...
Summary: I HAD ONE BLACK ONE LASTED ABOUT A YEAR BEFORE THE SCREEN WAS DAMAGED (MY FAULT IT WAS IN MY POCKET WITHOUT A CASE SO I MUST HAVE WALKED INTO SOMETHING,STILL TOOK PHOTOS BUT YOU COULDN'T SEE WHAT YOU TOOK).
Summary: For as long as I had this camera its been doing good..... At first it does feel bit plastic but its rather good for my use.... Only disadvantage is it does NOT come wit a case and I had to use an old one but thats not a bad thing
Summary: I have been very happy with my sony cybershot , but one of them stopped working and the remaining one is quite old, so I decided on a new camera. This is a clever little camera which can be set in a mode to take pictures using what it considers to be the best setting, which seems to work very well.