FujiFilm FinePix S200EXR (FinePix S205EXR) Q&As

Announced Jul 22, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 31 – 436 mm (14.3×)
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Hello there, i have the chance to buy one of them. Same price, same condition. Will be shooting mainly animals: zoo and etc. Raw always.   Which one would you choose and why?  Thanks in advance!  --To understand photography, you must understand that the experience must be much more important than the result ....Carlos Roncatti Bomfimhttp://www.weweh.com/carlos
By: Sigmagoose (Oct 22, 2017)
Hi all! I've got X-S1, a nice versatile camera. Now one guy offers S100FS in mint condition for 100$. I've read many different threads with X-S1, S100FS, S200EXR cameras and sensors comparison, but still don't know if S100fs will give better IQ (except PF), sharpness and colour rendering in comparison to X-S1. Are there owners (former owners) of both cameras, who can say definitely whether it is worth to buy and keep both X-S1 and S100FS, or one of them (and which one) will stay on the shelf...
I am looking for a program to extract both the highlight image and shadow image of a RAF raw file from a S200EXR that was used in Dynamic range priority mode.  Thanks.
By: drgazza (Apr 24, 2016)
Hi everybody, before you buy an e-m10 mkII  + 14-150 f4.0 - 5.6 II I analyzed many of the photos taken during these years with my S200exr most of the vacation photos been take with an aperture of 2.8. I was wondering and I wonder if with this lens can I have problems doing pictures inside churches and museums,or at least in environments not outdoors.I don't like using flash or go overboard with high iso values. Some time ago I tried a stylus 1s who f 2.8 but in the end I decided to take the...
Hi all, I've just been give a Fuji fine pix s200exr bridge camera as a birthday present and in absolutely over the moon with it 😊 I'm eventually going to upgrade to a DSLR but they aren't cheap and they are extremely technical to work so by starting off with a bridge camera I'm going to see if I can keep with it, learn all the various tricks there is and if I manage ok then I'll upgrade. I've been playing around with the camera for a couple of days now, I love the super macro option however...
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