Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR
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Fantastic,I love it!
5 June 2014
Summary: Took me long to buy this product but I made the best choice. A special occasion was on it's way and I needed a good quality digital camera and finally I found one. So far I like everything and its features are great.
Summary: This is a really nice camera: fits in a pocket easily so can take anywhere; starts up really fast; focuses fast too, picture quality is good. Jpeg quality is good, in fact, it seems better than RAW oddly enough. That said, I noticed a large dark blob in one area when shooting light subjects that changes size slightly depending on the zoom setting. I sent it to a Fuji repair facility and they in turn sent it to the Fuji factory (to replace the lens assembly).
Summary: I bought the Fuji Finepix f900exr camera because I currently own a Fuji Finepix f200exr and need to replace it. Like most folks every few years I'm on the hunt for an acceptable balance between price, performance and size. Pocket size being most important (I own a DSLR). The f900exr model, on paper seemed to fit the bill and I liked my f200exr. I used it for two days in a variety of environments and settings (automatic and manual, jpg and raw) and took about 500 images.
Summary: With grandbabies and grand kids, my DSLR was feeling cumbersome. No one wants to lug a big camera backpack, water bottles, folding chairs, blankets, and a picnic along to those pee wee football games, or around the maternity unit of the local hospital. This camera gives me the flexibility to have some control over my shots combined with the portability appropriate for everyday situations. Only drawback - there is no viewfinder, only a screen.
Summary: Was considering other compact size cameras and after having looked at reviews on CNET.com I chose this one based on its features and the great price through Amazon. Have had it for a day and I have been snapping all kinds of pictures. Very fast capture and the screen is super clear! Definitely a must buy and something great for travels.
Summary: We travel and when our DSL broke beyond feasible repair, we selected this Fuji, one of several "bridge" digital cameras. With most of the functionality and flexibility of a DSL, this small, easy to operate camera is taking amazing photos of birds in our lakeside backyard, our grandkids, and our travels.