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Fujifilm Finepix F200EXR Digital Camera with voucher £149.00 @ Jessops

£149.00 @ Jessops
Use "SPRING10" for this price. Don't forget Quidco. The Fujifilm Finepix F200 sees the debut of their revolutionary EXR Technology. This enables you to set image sensor preferences to obtain the be…
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Use "SPRING10" for this price. Don't forget Quidco.

The Fujifilm Finepix F200 sees the debut of their revolutionary EXR Technology. This enables you to set image sensor preferences to obtain the best image quality. The choices are:

* High Resolution Priority (for when illumination is good and even)
* High ISO and Low Noise Priority (6 million pixels. Best for low light, it caps two
adjacent pixels together to give a lower noise level), or...
* D-Range Priority which gives the best detail with contrasty subjects by taking two
simultaneous 6MP photos with different exposures, then combining them.

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banned#1
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS7 is widely accepted to be the best camera for around £100. See review:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/digita...mix-DMC-FS7/p1
#2
seefman
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS7 is widely accepted to be the best camera for around £100. See review:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/digita...mix-DMC-FS7/p1


I would not agree with your suggestion. The Fuji has much better low light performance and dynamic range.

For £10 more you can get the F72EXR from Jessops, which has the same performance but a bigger lens (but a smaller LCD).
banned#3
pet2000
I would not agree with your suggestion. The Fuji has much better low light performance and dynamic range.

For £10 more you can get the F72EXR from Jessops, which has the same performance but a bigger lens (but a smaller LCD).


You are wrong quite frankly..........
#4
seefman
You are wrong quite frankly..........


You do not provide any backup of your claim. Your link doedn't even work. I would advise anybody to demand some hard evidence of seemans' claims. It's easy to just repeat meaningless statements. The proof is in the pudding, picture quality in this case. All I say don't believe anybody, do your own research and I am confient you will come to your conclusion.
#5
The DMC-FS7 comes under Panasonics value range. It is one of the best in the range. The EXR range from Fuji is competing against Panasonics med range compacts like the TZ series.
#6
seefman
You are wrong quite frankly..........


Someone has bought a new camera and seems keen to defend / promote it ;-)


I'd go with Pet2000 and vote for the Fuji F72exr (which is the same as the F70exr) personally:

http://www.trustedreviews.com/digital-cameras/review/2009/12/01/Fujifilm-FinePix-F70EXR/p1
#7
seefman
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS7 is widely accepted to be the best camera for around £100. [/url]


This one is around £150 though and more typically around £180. If you want to compare it to a Panasonic try the Lumix DMC LX3 - now that is a bit better but is over £300
#8
Got this camera at Xmas, and although still learning all its great functions, I can't rate it highly enough
#9
It's a great camera. Don't be put off by Panasonic-ites. Yes, Panny do make great cameras but this Fuji is very very good.

Do you own research & then buy whichever suits you.
#10
[FONT=Arial]Got the Fujifilm F72EXR which has the same EXR sensor as this and it is great! Fujifilm were doing £30 cashback in January/February and this seems to have expired now.[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial]As a heads up, they are introducing the F80EXR soon with HD video capture. See this.[/FONT]
banned#11
Sorry but they all leave me cold.
My fuji S5700 just wasn't up to my needs.
Only a 10 x zoom.
I need 20 x and will be watching The gadget show next week..........to see which one they suggest and avoid it. ;-)
#12
i'm looking in this market at the mo for a backup to my DSLR (for more indoor family pix). I'm put off this model due to the gimmicky claims of low light performance. The camera only performs well in this situation at the sacrifice of pixels right down to 6mp, which is beyond acceptable to me. Plus no HD movie mode as you'd expect from a modern camera in this class.
I'm considering the Panny TZ7 which seems to be tumbling in price at the mo. Still not very bright at the wide end, but an excellent all rounder.
The LX3 is very tempting, also probably dropping in price (now sub 300), but at £100 more I may be too precious with it, defeating the object of having a "family camera".
#13
I don't think the 6MP drop is really any problem, I'd take the 5MP photos from an older SLR over any current 10MP+ compact as more pixels don't simply mean more quality. I have decent large prints from my 5MP and 7.5MP cameras plus to get similar noise performance from other cameras you're looking at downsampling anyway. The TZ7 does have a great focal range and HD video but it can't match the Fujis for low light either at full or reduced resolution nor the dynamic range which seems to be a genuine advantage of the EXR design.

The LX3 is a very capable low light camera as its conventional sensor can match the F200 and the LX3 lens allows more light in thanks to its wider aperture giving it better low light performance in reality. However the lack of zoom range with the total loss of telephoto can be crippling as a general use camera which is a hefty price to pay for the bright lens although the LX3 is the first compact I've been pleased with for a long time and it never leaves my pocket.

Just a minor note on the F70 EXR vs F200 EXR - although they have the same type of sensor, the F70 has a slightly smaller version.

John
#14
JayDubya
i'm looking in this market at the mo for a backup to my DSLR (for more indoor family pix). I'm put off this model due to the gimmicky claims of low light performance. The camera only performs well in this situation at the sacrifice of pixels right down to 6mp, which is beyond acceptable to me. Plus no HD movie mode as you'd expect from a modern camera in this class.
I'm considering the Panny TZ7 which seems to be tumbling in price at the mo. Still not very bright at the wide end, but an excellent all rounder.
The LX3 is very tempting, also probably dropping in price (now sub 300), but at £100 more I may be too precious with it, defeating the object of having a "family camera".


how is low light performance gimmicky. 6MP is really more than enough. You could wait for the f80exr, which at 200 quid adds HD video. the considerable negative with the fuji is the lack of manual controls.
the lx3 is a different camera. for me its a bit too big, too expensive and 2.5x zoom just isnt enough.
tz7 is not that great in low light. So if u want indoor pix, it wont be that great. Good for outdoors though.

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