Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR

Announced Feb 4, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 140 mm (5×)
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I'm a fans of Fujifilm. However, the F200EXR is really a dispointment to me. The CCD is just too noisy for today standard. Uneven exposure and noise patches are found when ISO is set above 400. The image quality is no way near the classic F31fd. I own many Fuji DC's. This is the only one I don't like. Canon has made a good move by choosing 10M for the new G11 instead of pushing the number pixels to a higher value. They wisely choose a CCD with a better color response rather than ...

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Fujifilm's F200exr is no F31fd! A real mixed bag-- 'A' for ambition and an 'C-' for execution. After half a year of use and 2000 shots I can only recommend this camera with extensive reservations. I still like Fuji's ambitious goals, but F200exr needs considerable refinement. Since Fuji designers balanced every strength with a silly weakness, it's hard to give this camera anything more than 3 out of 5 stars in any category and it is expensive for what it delivers. My baseline for ...

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to spiridon Today I did over 10 shots in different ways with f200exr impossible to have a background as shown in flikers picture who took that picture was in the car in motion.I THINK Problems: Picture quality very good but the menu a little difficult and a little confused, some aperture stops missing battery a bit short

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F200EXR - capturing fast moving object Dear Friends, Does anybody can tell me how to do the settings in my camera F200EXR order to have this kind of photography (please see the link)? flickr.com/photos/hirosan/3844078596/ I general want to know how to capture fast moving object with F200EXR? I can see that this guy was using Aperture priority mode, ISO 200 (400 alredy has to much noise). Aperture F3.3 or F9? Shooting mode option (default is 200) what I have to do here? Thank you

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I have a couple of DSLRs, but missed a pocket camera to carry with me all the time. I didn't expect the same IQ as a DSLR, but wanted a decent IQ for a pocket camera and in general the F200 EXR does take very fine pictures. While the indoor quality is good for a compact camera, it's no where near my DSLR and I don't understand the cameras tendency to prefer high ISO settings even when using flash. In most modes you can set a maximum allowed ISO, but not in EXR mode, which I don't understand. ...

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I come from a 10 mpix Canon SD900 and found the F200EXR to be comparatively uglier (the metallic rings around the lens look cheap IRL), it has a more confusing dial (too many modes "too many notes, my dear Mozart"), no mini-usb port (proprietary fucking connector) and the charger is not so compatible with non US plugs. The high iso mode is superior to Cannon ISO 3200 no-flash mode, but only by an insignificant amount. The high dynamic range mode is also just barely superior to regular mode. I ...

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