Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR
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Easy for the amateur; reliable and logical menus; good on-camera software
J. Bullock, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Perhaps a bit pricey for the amateur, but nice features, easy for the amateur / reliable menus and on-camera software (trust me, some other cameras have great hardware specs, but fail on this). Has a few features that pros will appreciate for quick snaps, too. I have enjoyed tagging along with this camera with my wife while she does the real photography with her real professional equipment and have been able to come up with some nice prize-winning results of my own,...
Summary: I bought this camera for the sole purpose of taking it to concerts where DSLR's aren't allowed. I spent a day or so reading endless reviews on 'pocket cameras' and felt like this was a no-brainer, especially for the price. My requirements: -In the $300 range -ability to shoot RAW -Good low-light performance/ISO range -Major zoom -Good video/audio performance -Manual control Overall, I'm really happy with my purchase. The 20x zoom was fantastic.
The product is exceptional. Just i wish it comes ...
Maria Phoebe Tsui, Amazon
5 July 2014
Summary: The product is exceptional. Just i wish it comes with English Manual for oversea shoppers. I can't read Japanese. I was given a link to print my own manual, what if i don't have a printer to do so?? There must be a way to send the product with a multilingual manual with international shoppers. Is there anything the distributor can do for me on this front please eg send me an English manual please.
Summary: This Fuji model is proving to be a good choice after narrowing possible selections down to it over a months or so of investigating. It fits well into a shirt pocket (even got an iPhone in there with it this morning in a stretchy shirt) and the handling ergonomics are right. It turns on quickly and saving to the sd card is fairly fast.
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: Make no mistake. This camera takes great pictures, even if in the hand it feels like a cheap point and shoot. I remember reading a review that said the body was made of metal. That is pure blarney. It is plastic, and it is made in China. I own the Fujifilm x20 and x100s, both of which in the hand feel like heirlooms. The irony is that they will be obsolete in two years. Their glass and metal will persevere in the landfill, which of course is sad but true.