Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F500EXR
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Nice camera, lots of features for price, focusing in zoom in movie mode not great.
9 November 2014
Summary: Got the camera for a good price. This camera has a lot of features, HD video, big zoom. Originally got this for my daughter. The camera had a problem right from the start. The batteries would discharge when in the camera within 24 hours. Also problems developed with the flash.
Summary: I'm wondering if anyone else has noticed that when you zoom while recording movies, that you can hear the zooming when you play it pack on the computer or tv? Just trying to figure out if this is just a defective one or if it is a fault of this model camera.
Good Camera/Sensor, but crippled firmware, try the F505 instead
29 December 2011
Summary: I have tried out both the F500 and F505, and the F505 currently costs much less on Amazon (~149usd for F505, vs. ~190usd for F500). That said, now to compare them. Both the F500 and F505 have the same excellent Fuji EXR CMOS sensor, but the F500 (the base model for USA) comes with "crippled"...
Summary: I will admit that I was not too happy with this camera at first. But after reading the manual and learning how to use it, it actually takes some really incredible pictures. So unless you are a little more experienced with these types of cameras, or unless you do your homework, you might not like...
Summary: I bought this camera for a holiday this year, the camera is fantastic the lens is good and over all performance is just what I wanted. Minor problems or annoyances 1st the Flash that keeps popping up 2nd the scroll wheel is easy to catch when putting the camera away so if you dont check it every...
Summary: Bought this camera at full price of over £200 and was impressed with the pics. However soon noticed that it kept totally freezing on me.Finally teLephoned Fuji and was told to book it in so they could access and repair it.
Summary: Nice little camera full of useful features like taking 180 degrees shot. Brilliant for landscape snaps and if you need a wide angled lens. Good quality pictures as well. Downside however is the annoying flash which pops up every time you switch the camera on - even if you don't need it.
Summary: Like one of the other reviewers I have waited for a month to submit my review and after using it constantly I now felt the time was here to comment. I had tried all of the long travel zoom compacts which took over 6 weeks, I tried 2off Canon SX220HS,Nikon s9100,Samsung WB700,Lumix TZ 18 & 20,Sony...