Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR
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Pretty decent for its size
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Ive had this camera for some time now and it has done a superb job with photos, It might be difficult using it at first, but when you get the right setting the picture comes out superb. I have taken pictures that came out like dslr quality, and people couldnt beleive it came from a small compact camera like this. the face detection isnt so great cause it doesnt work most of the time, it requires using it at different angle to detect eyes nose and mouth.
Great point and shoot camera for the intermediate photographer!
9 September 2012
Excerpt: Many hours of research of digital cameras after needing a new one led me to the Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR digital camera. I had been using CNET.com to look at the product reviews and aspects, so that I would be able to find the right digital camera for me. The Fujifilm F200EXR is a great camera for an intermediate photographer because it offers the compactness of a snap and shoot digital camera with the flexibility of a manual camera.
Summary: I was looking for a replacement for a Nikon S570 Coolpix and found the reviews for the Fuji F200EXR very positive. I was looking specifically for a camera with a decent cycle time between shots. The Nikon cycle time was very poor. I am very happy with the performance of the Fuji; the cycle time is as good as reviewed and I also appreciate the larger LCD screen.
A+++++ seller. FAST shipment & excellent conditions!!!
22 August 2010
Summary: It has been 2 plus months, and the camera works great! The extra batteries work just as well as the original manufacture battery. All items arrive in expected or better-than-expected condition.
Summary: This is a very good camera for it to be a point and shoot. I decided to buy this camera becuase I needed something for low light, before this camera I went through 3 kodak's and none met my expectations. This is one of a kind the pictures in low light settings are so amazing that no one would imagine you're in a low light place. The settings the buttons take time to get used to but it isn't impossible to learn I say about a week and you're good.