Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR
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EskeRahn, DP Review
2 April 2015
Excerpt: I got a quite lengthy review at this Norwegian (dying) site http://www.diskusjon.no/index.php?showtopic=1515510 Here is a copy of the pros&cons-section: Overview The PROs + Very good signal to noise ratio in lo light, even better than my CX3, that was better than the F200 (...
Almost everything about this camera is great. With Macro
2 March 2015
Summary: Almost everything about this camera is great. With Macro, I look into the flower like a lilly, and what's deep in the flower is focused great. Photos in regular focus are also great. The thing I HATE is my trying to remember to let the flash up. It's not automatic.
Easy for the amateur; reliable and logical menus; good on-camera software
J. Bullock, Amazon
8 December 2014
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.