Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix S200EXR
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Fujifilm FinePix S200EXR: Review
13 August 2013
Summary: The optical zoom and high image sensor type EXR is the salient features of the Fujifilm FinePix S200EXR, a bridge of good quality and packed with features. Notable among this is the film mode, high sensitivity, the optical stabilizer, the optical viewfinder and support for the RAW format.
Pros: Optical viewfinder; OPTICAL ZOOM, Film Simulation Mode, Dual image stabilization, RAW format support; New EXR sensor.
Conclusion: The FinePix S200EXR costs around $530 at legit online outlets, putting it in the range of DSLR kits such as the Nikon D60 and Sony alpha DSLR–A230. However, the supplied lenses of that pair are basically 3x zooms, a fraction of the 14.3x wide-angle Fujifilm digicam.
Summary: This Fujifilm FinePix S200EXR Review is based on a production
model. All sample images are unretouched, except
where specified. The Fujifilm FinePix S200EXR is the "almost DSLR" Super Zoom and is easily the best bridge DSLR-like digital camera.
Summary: At 60,000 Yen (€459), Fujifilm still has some work to do when it comes to the basic GUI, LCD resolution and construction. A Bridge is not my favorite kind of camera, however the addition of EXR Technology on the S200 really improves it… If you’re uncomfortable with using a DSLR, the S200EXR, thanks...
Excerpt: It may not be a digital SLR, but the FinePix S200EXR is the sort of advanced point-and-shoot that’s many a creative’s dream. It offers superb handling, megazoom reach, and advanced exposure control.
Pros: EXR modes for dynamic range and low noise; 14.3x optical zoom with manual focus ring.
Excerpt: The S200EXR is the first bridge camera we’ve seen in a long time. Bridge cameras have controls and ergonomics to rival SLR cameras, but are built around small sensors similar to those found in compact cameras.
Summary: The FinePix S200EXR builds on the successful design of the previous S100FS with the logical addition of Fujifilm's exciting EXR technology, although we miss the tiltable LCD screen and slightly wider-angle lens of its predecessor.