Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR
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Good compromise between point-and-shoot and DSLR
20 February 2015
Summary: Takes excellent pictures with the EXR setting, but allows for flexibility if you want more manual control. Battery life seems quite good, and accepts different brand flash memory without hiccup. It is bigger than some point-and-shoots, but easier to carry than a DSLR.
Summary: I'm writing this here because I no longer have the option to give seller feedback for this purchase. I ordered the F200 to replace our old one which after several years of pretty hard use (plus one rum-soaked trip to the Carribean and an equally dirty trip to Burning Man) died.
Summary: I just wanted to say thank you, my camera came in less time than I expected.It was also in better condition than I expected. This is the reason I try to buy anything I need through Amazon first. My experiences here have ALL been great.
Summary: Over the past four years I have purchased 18 ($250-450) compact cameras, in search of one that can take sharp pics in all lighting conditions. Half of these cameras were CANON. My issue with Canon is - they over-expose the shot, preventing me from capturing the MOOD of the shot.
Summary: The image quality is amazing in this camera, and you wouldn't believe the macros you can take. If you are looking for a camera with amazing video quality, this isn't it. I didn't buy the camera for videos, and so far it has exceeded my expectations.
Summary: Bought this camera as a Christmas Present for my Daughter-In-Law, and having read so many conflicting reviews I decided to try it out. As most have stated, the EXR Auto Mode is useless, battery life is quite short and the camera's menu settings are user unfriendly.
Summary: at least fuji stopped using XD cards exclusively but remains backward compatible
Pros: Great camera overall; manual mode opens up many options but so far I've stuck with the automatic modes as they have produced excellent results thus far; excellent low light level photos with or without the flash
Cons: battery isn't as good as with my old F20, but it's not nearly as heavy; proprietary cable hook-up is annoying;
Summary: I've been through countless digital cameras since the world first digital camera Casio QV10. I'm keep replacing my P&S almost once a year and average picture I'm taking with P&S is about 15,000 shots per year.