Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F660EXR
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Fujifilm FinePix F660EXR Review
8 August 2012
Summary: Premium travel zoom digital cameras are usually priced at around Rs. 20,000 and the Fujifilm FinePix F660EXR is right in that spot at Rs. 19,500. Its closest competitor is the Canon PowerShot SX240HS, which the F660EXR does surpass in a few areas. This camera might have been even more fun to use if FujiFilm had included effect filters such as Miniature, Pinhole and Fish Eye, but nevertheless, for the kind of performance and the feature set it offers, it quite justifies...
Excerpt: Fujifilm's latest triple-digit compact shares a lot of its basic specification with it's bigger brother – the F770EXR – although several elements of the specification have been stripped back. We...
Summary: • Sharp and clear 16MP stills even in low light • Face Tracking Auto Focus & Auto Flash functions included • Provided with back side illuminated EXR CMOS Sensor • It captures Full HD 1920 x 1080/30p Video • Supports advanced pro low light mode • High-speed AF • Improved three-inch, 460,000 pixel LCD screen • Built-in GPS • It sometimes struggles to focus on movement in low-light • The user interface isn’t up to the mark • Virtually most of the shots have some motion blur...
Pros: Sharp and clear 16MP stills even in low light , Face Tracking Auto Focus & Auto Flash functions included , Provided with back side illuminated EXR CMOS Sensor , It captures Full HD 1920 x 1080/30p Video , Supports advanced pro low light mode , High-speed AF , Improved three-inch, 460,000 pixel LCD screen , Built-in GPS
Cons: It sometimes struggles to focus on movement in low-light , The user interface isn’t up to the mark , Virtually most of the shots have some motion blur while using the various automatic setting
Excerpt: From opening the box, we instantly took a liking to the F660EXR from Fujifilm. It slots into the Advanced Compact range as it offers all the functionality of a user friendly point and shoot with the advanced features of a manual prosumer. The design is an interesting affair. It looks like the basic design of a camera (a box with a hole on the front) has been used then as things have been added, they've had to bulge the box out a bit to accommodate it.
Excerpt: Pocket ultra-zoom cameras are increasing in popularity, and Fujifilm is the latest manufacturer to realise that one size doesn't necessarily fit all. While the F770EXR comes with all the trimmings, such as 20x zoom, raw capture and GPS tagging, the F660EXR has a 15x zoom and a significantly lower price. They use the same sensor, though, and we think it's the best thing about these cameras.
Conclusion: L'appareil photo compact numérique F660EXR est proposé par Fujifilm. Il est doté d'un capteur CMOS EXR de 16 millions de pixels et d'un objectif Fujinon avec un zoom optique x15. Il permet en outre de filmer en full HD et possède un écran LCD 460 000 points de 3 pouces.