Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix S200EXR
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A very useful camera for the semi professionals
Lion Michael "Dreamtoys", Amazon
24 February 2011
Summary: I have bought 5 digital cameras from Fuji and each one is better than the old one. The only complain I have for this is the display color and brightness is not true and come out too bright for the real photo. Great low light and operation.
Summary: The S200EXR is one of it not the best camera in it's class. I've been using this camera for about three months now and have taken hundreds of photos with it. Overall I am very satisfied with it's performance.
Summary: This is my first digital camera ever. Using it since last 4 months. I did a lot of online research and analysis before my purchase and I am very satisfied with my selection. Nice lens. Crisp picture. Lots of options for manual settings. Vivid colors. Very balanced. Solid construction.
Summary: This is a great walk-around camera. A little hefty, but handles well. I have gottne used to zoom lenses that work with buttons rather than hand operated, and that has taken some time getting used to, but I also like the control that manual zoom give me.
Latest in a tradition of excellent Fuji bridge cameras
Ellie "Eilean Siar", Amazon
16 October 2009
Summary: My first Fuji bridge camera was the excellent S7000 a couple of years ago. I bought it used, refurbished, and I was amazed what a fantastic imaging chip it had with 12MP, wonderful dynamic range, brilliant fuji film emulation JPEG, and ease of use.
Summary: I will not cover areas by others, just low light. 1) EXR Low noise setting works fairly well at ISO 1600 2) Pro Lo light takes four shots and then merges the images and this works. The low light functions are actually doing a brightness boost and it is amazing how much additional light is captured.
Fujifilm FinePix S200EXR is best cois for your hobby i recomended
14 March 2010
Excerpt: Fujifilm is pleased to announce the FinePix S200EXR, a worthy successor to the award-winning FinePix S100FS. Aimed at top-end enthusiasts looking for excellent picture quality without the expense of a DSLR system, the FinePix S200EXR combines the pin-sharp 14.3x zoom lens so popular in the FinePix...
Summary: Just had it a week now, and I think it is a superb camera. Picture quality is first class. It starts up and focusses much faster than my old S9500. Negative points? It could do with a slightly wider wide-angle, and I miss the tilting view-screen that the S9500 had. Otherwise, a great choice.