Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix Z900EXR
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Value for money 9
Picture quality 9
Fujifilm FinePix Z900 EXR Review
What Digital Camera
11 August 2011
Summary: The Fujifilm Z900’s asking price of just over £200 is similar to that of rival compacts, such as Panasonic’s FX77 . Although image quality between the two is similar, the Panasonic just has the edge when the lighting is good, while the Fujifilm Z900 is the better option for low-light shooting.
Pros: Good high-sensitivity results, detailed and responsive touchscreen, slim body, fast focusing
Cons: Colours a little flat on standard mode, position of lens, processing artefacts visible at 100%
Summary: It's a shame that there isn't a "Camera that looks like a budget model but performs like a prosumer" award because the Fujifilm Finepix Z900EXR is a strong contender. It looks a lot less than it delivers because of the unassuming exterior.
Conclusion: A higher resolution than its predecessor (though from the same size sensor), HDMI output, Full HD video and use of the zoom when recording are all notable improvements over the Z800EXR, which a year ago we were recommending as a best buy for those looking for a competent “auto everything” point and...
Pros: Very reasonable asking price, good quality build, operation is as simple as slide open the faceplate and shot (or record), easy to use and well implemented touchscreen interface, Full HD video with stereo sound and use of zoom
Cons: Common pocket camera imaging issues such as pixel fringing, lacks much in the way of a handgrip to prevent occasional camera shake because of the slimline proportions