Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix S9100 / FinePix S9600
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Performed well for many years - Sort of a dinasaur now though
A Roth, Amazon
12 July 2014
Summary: Worked well when we bought it many years ago... however it's sort of a dinosaur now. We recently switched to a newer Canon camera. However, when I bought this camera, I was satisfied with it for several years. No problems...
Summary: I have since sold it to a friend. I used it for 5 years and it was a work horse, great pictures I had a lot of complements on its pictures. Only problem is they dont make this any more. New owner dropped it and battery door broke and we cant find any parts.
Summary: I had this camera for a couple years and it was good for what it is. It took some great pictures, but it was a lot of work to get those great pictures. It doesn't perform well in low light... unless you have a stationary image where you can turn the ISO down and keep the shutter down for awhile.
Excerpt: The FinePix S9600 is an excellent, relatively low-cost, digital SLR camera. Fujifilm S9600 has no image stabilization and the night shots are not optimal, that are the only weaknesses. Although, the AA batteries and the manual focus are excellent, just like the 10.7X optical zoom.
Summary: Oh, you didn't want to buy this camera. Its 28mm wide-angle is way too useful for you; you want one of those 14x zooms on a Canon or Nikon that doesn't have a true wide-angle setting (maybe only going out to 35mm). And the pictures are way too sharp for your needs.
Summary: I have used this camera now, for over a year (bought in March of 07) and I am completely satisfied with it. It performs well, in automatic mode, in my wife's hands and yet it has the complete range of controls that I require.
Summary: Well, I don't even know where to start for this camera. But about a year ago, when this camera first got launched to the digital camera market, it costed nearly twice as much as what you can pay for it now. For the price, this camera has alot to offer. I just love the color tone of Fujifilm.
Great Point and Shoot, Relatively Low Noise, Horrible Customer Service
S. ORourke, Amazon
26 February 2008
Summary: The Fuji 9000 family is a great camera for individuals looking for "near" entry level SLR performance with a great fixed lens along with decent movie capability. The SuperCCD offers excellent well balanced images and the manual focus ring is extremely responsive.