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.
Excerpt: I've purchased the F200 for about a month ago and made hundreds of pics. All I can say, that IQ is very good. Just as good as my S9600 that has a brighter bigger lens. It is indeed sharper and clearer than my S9600. EXR mode is useful but not that much, still, DR and HR modes are excellent.
Excerpt: I find this camera to be the best value at the moment of march of 2010. Canon S90 two times more expensive and doesn't have that truly amazing dynamic range wich set this camera completely apart from others. Purple fringing seems not a problem for lens, that was a proble for F30.