Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR
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Easy, fun and not fussy.
30 October 2013
Summary: This camera was a demo that I purchased from Henry's cameras on EBay. I researched a boat load of other cameras but this one kept coming out on top. This camera is totally automatic if you want it too be for quick photo captures or can take professionally produced pictures. I like the fact it has 16MP and connects to the internet via wifi. I can send pictures to my computer and free up valuable card space.
Summary: A great little camera..takes great shots and very easy to use..I'm glad I chose this one. I am not an expert but this is a far superior camera to the previous Kodak that I had but it was twice the money.
Summary: . broke my other camera .recommened by 2 retail camera stores .got exactly what I expected to receive . this was my first choice what's to dislike Not a computer geek so task was daunting but we got through this with everyone's help. tks so much.
Love it. Fujifilm has put together a great product.
7 February 2013
Summary: Transferring pictures (5mb/each) is next to impossible. Great idea but technology is not there yet. I pull the card from the bottom of the camera. Not impossible but difficult. Otherwise, this camera is awesome. This camera really concentrates on eliminating noise and night pictures, which I love. Cool features let you choose to not have to use the 'auto' picture taking. They've also included a few instagram filters. The megapixels and zoom are excellent.
Summary: I hardly would reccomend this camera. I bought it since specs were superior. But, a lot of noises on picture, even when using flash. Anything above ISO 400 gets to bad quality pictures. 50 dollar camera takes better pictures than this one. EXR-Auto feauture not really helpful, flash you have to press button then it will start working, so its manual flash I would say. Many cons than pros.
Summary: Resolution is similar compared to other P&S with similar MP resolution but does not stand out. The F800EXR is a recently released upgrade to the F770. A lot of stores may start to discount the F770 if you want to get similar quality images as the F800 at a lower price you can consider the F770. For someone who shoots a lot of videos, this camera is definitely worth buying on the video alone. You don't have to pay for an expensive camcorder to do the job.
Pros: Compact. Lost an SLR camera recently so being able to put in my pocket is a definitely plus. Looked at the Fuji HS30EXR which looks like an SLR except it is not lens changeable but with a bigger optical zoom 30x instead of 20x. A camera that size would prefer an SLR., Excellent video recording with HD 1920x1080 resolution. Many SLRs you pay a premium but only get up to 10 or 20 min. video in HD with stereo sound., Once you know the buttons, relatively easy to navigate...
Cons: The resolution. The camera does have an ISO 12800. At this resolution the details become blur that you can still get a shot at this ISO when absolutely necessary or for artistic purposes to show grain. The highest ISO you can go that still offer sufficient resolution is 6400., Did some test results:, http://gallery.photographyreview.com/showphoto.php?photo=189724&size=big&cat=500&ppuser=241112, ISO settings. Like the F770 the setting on M is not as customizable as an ...
Summary: Great little camera solid and versatile it focuses fairly quickly for a compact and a quick picture snapped. low light is pretty good if a bit grainy. for a compact this does brilliantly as a all rounder i've dropped it plenty of times and no problems, it's video filming is very good too but does still have the constant focusing problem. all in all really good little camera.
Summary: I loved the performance of this camera from its very quick shutter response to its super zoom. Unfortunately the lens cover, which is made up of a number of sliding leaves, proved too fragile. It broke while I was on holiday in Florida. I returned it to Amazon and was promptly refunded. I replaced it with a camera with a simple lens cap to avoid a repeat.