Summary: The Fujifilm Finepix T190 packs a lot into a slim package. Both the design and the build quality of the camera are very good. What makes it remarkable is the excellent 10x optical zoom and the 14-megapixel CCD with first-rate image stabilization.
The camera performs very well, which is notable given the price.
Excerpt: Being a more curvy model, the T200 certainly looks different. On the front, the large lens barrel takes up most of the space and with it being so imposing it's hard to notice either the slim flash or the leatherette grip. The casing sweeps out to the lens giving the camera an attractive design and the curves continue through to the back where the layout – although standard – is nice with all the controls at your fingertips.
Excerpt: The lens on the Fujifulm Finepix T200 gives you a film equivalent of 28-280mm, which should be more than enough for the majority of subjects. The camera itself features a 14Mp sensor complete with sensor-shift image stabilisation to keep your shots sharp at slower shutter speeds. It comes armed with 20 Scene modes, Auto, SR Auto (which examines the subject and sets appropriate exposure and focus) and Program mode, as well as HD 720p video, and records to SD and SDHC...
Conclusion: A poderosa combinação de características e as desvantagens mínimas fazem da Fujifilm Finepix T200 uma boa câmera automática para o dia a dia. Seu baixo preço também a torna uma escolha acessível.