Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F660EXR
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so in that regard I am pleased. It also does pretty well with low-light situations
Darren F., Amazon
17 July 2014
Summary: I bought it because all of the professional reviews said that it was fast: Comes to life quickly after power-on, and doesn't have much hesitation or lag once you press the shutter button. I have found this to be mostly the case, so in that regard I am pleased. It also does pretty well with low-light situations, doing an HDR multi-exposure thing that looks pretty good.
Summary: it is too complicated for a 'computer challenged' person of my age. way, way too many choices for settings. will never learn them. camera will break before i find the proper setting for outside and/or inside pix taking... but i do say, it has a lot of potentially good things, like the panoramic setting, the instand video which records in MOV format - many computers are not able to open this type of files.
Summary: Overall the camera is pretty good. The picture quality is excellent, build quality is good, and audio is above average. Butttt the low light performance is below sub par, so watch out for that.
Summary: I don't have much to say only that I got it on time and was able to give it as a gift. From what I can see the person that received it is quite happy with it, and is creating beautiful pictures.
Fujifilm Finepix F660EXR 16.0 MP CMOS 1080P HD Digital Camera (Red)
14 January 2014
Summary: This camera works great. I need to re-read the manual because there are many functions. I have made movies with it, my advice for movie mode is move the camera slowly or you will get out of focus fast. Other than that it works great :).
Summary: The camera is great; VERY easy to opperated, and takes excellent pictures. There is a setting for almost any set of circumstances; greatly simplifying the process to get good quality pictures for a novice or causal photographer.. I was just a little disappointed that it didn't come with a least a few of the anticipated accessories.
Summary: I don't like carrying my SLR on long flights or hikes so this is a very nice pocket style camera. Compact, with good zoom, wide angle and some other decent manual options including f-stop changes and variable shutter speeds, it's a good substitute. I'm concerned about durability since my first camera broke down after about 2 years; but Fuji replaced it free of charge.
Summary: If it's a point and shoot you're looking for, then this is a good camera and seems to be a better bang for the buck than a lot of the other point and shoots. It does a lot. Takes pretty good pictures. The menu isn't as easy to navigate as I'd hoped it would be but I get where I want to be in the end. It does have a manual setting, where you can adjust aperture and shutter speed, which I've never seen on a point and shoot.