Fujifilm FinePix A900

Announced Feb 22, 2007 •
9 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 39 – 156 mm (4×)

Bought this camera four months ago and pictures in good light are fine, but last week I made 212 pictures at a party in a hotel and the result was very disappointing. 140 pictures were so bad that I deleted them directly and the rest of the images are still too grainy and soft for my standards, even after applying some adjustments like 15% of unsharp mask. I owned about 5 compact cameras and 3 DSLR’s, so I do have some experience and I tried several settings with the Fuji on the party, but ...

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expecting much more out of this, because for 159 dollars there were better choices but after having their six megapixel cameras, I figured this could only be better. Wrong. Everytime I pick up a fuji I see what their technology offers and its a step beyond other makers. So maybe because of that I expect more and get disappointed. The six megapixel camera I had from fuji actually performed much better outside. The resolution on this was very good but they had very little custom controls. I ...

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Well we all know about opinions, and for what it’s worth here is mine. I purchased an A900 from CostCo for $159.99 with an ATP 80x 2GB SD card included in the price, about 3weeks ago..….Great value! Since that time I have shot in the neighborhood of 1100 to 1200 photos with the camera. I use an extensive collection of photography software and suggest that if you decide on this camera purchase one from each of the following groups; A. Intellihance pro, Neat Image Pro, Dfine, or Alien Skin ...

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I must confess, this camera turned out better than I expected and I feels is certainly worth more than I paid. The 1/1.6" super CCD is 56% larger than the 1/2.5" of my previous camera (and larger CCD is supposedly better) certainly contributes the the excellent images this camera produces. The TTL 256-zones metering vs center weighted (as found in many if not most point-and-shoot cameras) is certainly an advanced feature - my film SLR has something very similar and both work amazingly well. ...

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