Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR
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A little magical camera
5 January 2012
Summary: This was purchased more than a year ago based on one compelling reason, which was, and still is, its larger small sensor (1/1.6"). The size of its EXR sensor is the same as the F200EXR's sister product, S200EXR, and is still larger than the most current F series product (the F600EXR, which is only...
Summary: I already own a Digital SLR, but needed a more compact and light digital camera which I can carry around and bring to occasions which I don't need the power of DSLR, but want better picture quality than mere phone cameras. This one was my final choice, and I bought it at Oct.10.2010.
F200EXR - a great automatic camera for photographers
4 July 2010
Summary: How I use the F200EXR: Set the mode dial to "EXR" then press the "Menu" button and set the "Shooting Mode" to "D-Range Priority". Now press the "F" button and set "Dynamic Range" to 400%. This switches the F200EXR from 12Mpel to 6Mpel and lets it capture images with higher dynamic range.
Summary: I've always been disappointed with the results of my former waterproof point & shoot cameras. They deliver everything but the photo quality I was hoping for. I finally decided to get the F200 plus the waterproof housing for it and I was amazed with the results.
One of the top two cameras that easily fits in your pocket
Reader / Photographer "Dave", Amazon
22 April 2010
Summary: I bought this camera because it offers the best image quality and still fits easily in your pocket. The sensor is bigger than most compacts-- the same size as the sensor in the Canon G10/11, which allows for better image quality with less noise.
Summary: First, let me say I am not a professional photographer..but I do buy A LOT of cameras, and photography is my hobby. Sad to say for my wallet I have owned almost every top rated small point and shoot camera that has come out in the last 2 years. One camera I also had was the famous Fuji F30fd camera.
Summary: Why consider an expensive higher performance camera? A few years ago I was enjoying a gourmet dinner served aboard Napa Valley's popular Wine Train. It was off-season so it was dark outside when our entreés arrived. The presentation was beautiful so I decided to photograph it.