Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd
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not recommended for the average user
25 July 2012
Summary: this camera can take some very nice pictures but only with good light and a tripod, it doesn't have image stabilization and the automatic mode takes some horrible pictures, everything above iso 100 looks like it was made with a $5 plastic camera, maybe worse, if you are looking for a camera that takes great pictures on automatic settings, stay away from this one, on the other hand, if you are experienced shooter and know your way around the camera, this one takes some...
Summary: é received a product with an ignition problem and image quality, as this camera is 14 MP and this blurry image ... Sorry but I'm not going to buy from the same seller.... Fujifilm FinePix JX250 14.0 Megapixel. fatal.
Summary: I love the camera I received, and it came in perfect timing. The only problem with this camera is it will not work. I charge it for a couple hours until it's green and when I out it in the camera, it says battery low and shuts off. I tried doing everyhting possible to get it to work and I can't.
Summary: Totally disappointed. My little Sanyo $75 job takes better, more focused pics in auto mode. Taking pics of flowers in bright sunlight using the Macro mode gives me 50% black pics, and the rest are unusable. Maybe I just got a lemon, but I'm not taking a chance and swapping it for another.
Summary: It's a good camera for someone who doesn't want to go into photography, It's a good first camera for someone who wants slightly higher quality, but if I were you I just wouldn't bother, go for a Nikon or a Canon. You can get something much better for the same price. I find that the colours aren't as accurate or vibrant as they should be. Same with the blur control, not very good.
Excerpt: Reading some of the reviews makes me wonder if I have the same camera. The picture quality of this camera on shots taken outside is truly dreadful and quite frankly shameful. The colour quality is drab, bright colours are over exposed, actually looks artifical as if they have been altered on adobe photoshop. Especially on reds which are very bright and greens have a yellowish hue to them.