Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix F900EXR
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A very impressive little camera
John M. Doig, Amazon
5 August 2014
Summary: First I would like to rant a bit. I don’t know why the comparison in many camera reviews is to compare the reviewed camera to a DSLR. This is like comparing a go-kart to a Ferrari, both are fun to drive but that may be all they have in common. A point-and-shoot or bridge camera is not a DSLR so why compare them. Second, when a camera has the zoom capabilities of 10x or more one should be using a tripod for the best shooting at long zoom ranges.
Summary: I haven't used a lot of different cameras so I can't really compare. But this one is easy to use, has a lot of nice features (macro; special effects). The images seem to me to be very crisp. Once you get the hang of it, wirelessly transferring a picture to iphone and kindle is a snap. I really enjoy it and have no regrets that I chose this one.
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: 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.
Summary: This is my all around camera for real estate. It has an awesome field of view, capturing a whole bedroom in one shot. There is also a great panoramic mode. Just click, turn in a circle, and bang, panorama done. There's no post-processing stitching of pictures, and you don't need a tripod. I used to use an Olympus, but it needed an after-market fish-eye lens to take room pictures, and I had to adjust the brightness and contrast on every picture. Not so with the Fuji.