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Fujifilm Finepix S8200 16.2mp Digital Camera With 3-Inch Lcd (Black) (Old Model)

fujifilm finepix s8200 16 2mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black old model

Fujifilm FinePix S8200 16.2MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (OLD MODEL)

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  • Bright 3.0-inch LCD screen (460K-dot) and electronic viewfinder (200K-dot)
  • 16.2 million effective pixels 1/2.3-inch BSI-CMOS image sensor
  • Fujinon 40x optical Zoom Lens and digital zoom approx. 2.0x (up to 80x with 40x optical zoom)
  • Focal Length: f/4.3mm-172.2m; Full Aperture: f/2.9-f/8.4 (Wide), f/65.-f/7.6-f/18.7 (Telephoto)
  • Full HD movie 1080i/60 fps with stereo sound and slow-motion capture at 480fps

Buy Now : Fujifilm FinePix S8200 16.2MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (OLD MODEL)

Brand : Fujifilm
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 4.1
Review Count : 251
Auto Focus Technology : Center, Tracking, Multi-area, Single, Contrast Detection
Photo Sensor Size : 1/2.3-inch
Photo Sensor Technology : BSI CMOS
Effective Still Resolution : 16.2
Video Capture Resolution : 1080p
Video Standard : MPEG 4
Model Name : Fujifilm FinePix S8200
Model Number : S8200
Best Sellers Rank : #326,160 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #2,171 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
Color : Black
Included Components : Battery
Expanded ISO Maximum : 12800
Lens Type : Zoom
Optical Zoom : 40
Compatible Mountings : Fujifilm Finepix S8200
Screen Size : 3 Inches
Display Type : LCD
Batteries Required? : Yes
Number of Batteries : 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Are Batteries Included : Yes
Rechargeable Battery Included : No
Battery Cell Composition : Lithium Ion
Battery Weight : 1 Grams
Target Gender : Unisex
Connectivity Technology : USB
Continuous Shooting Speed : 10
Special Feature : Waterproof
Skill Level : Amateur
Form Factor : SLR-like (bridge)
Hardware Interface : SDHC
Display Resolution Maximum : 460000
White balance settings : Auto
JPEG quality level : Fine
Image Stabilization : Optical
Video Capture Format : MJPEG
Viewfinder Type : Electronic
Display Fixture Type : Fixed
Assembly Required : No
Item Dimensions LxWxH : 4.84 x 4.57 x 3.43 inches
Item Weight : 1.48 Pounds
Maximum Aperture : 6.5
Minimum Aperture : 2.9
Zoom Type : Digital Zoom, Optical Zoom
Focus Type : Auto Focus
Maximum Focal Length : 960 Millimeters
Minimum Focal Length : 24 Millimeters
Expanded ISO Minimum : 64
Metering Description : Multi, Center-weighted, Spot
Shooting Modes : Movie
Battery Description : 4 x AA type alkaline batteries
Flash Memory Type : SD/SDHC/SDXC
Water Resistance Level : Not Water Resistant
Max Shutter Speed : 1/1700 seconds
Min Shutter Speed : 8 seconds
Digital Zoom : 2 x
Battery Life : 300 Photos
Exposure Control Type : exposure, Manual, Aperture Priority, Programmed AE, Shutter Priority
Audio Recording : Yes

fujifilm finepix s8200 16 2mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black old model
fujifilm finepix s8200 16 2mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black old model
fujifilm finepix s8200 16 2mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black old model

Fujifilm FinePix S8200 16.2MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (OLD MODEL)

  • WHAT COMES INSIDE THE BOX:- the camera body with fixed lens- lens protector or cap (which have to be removed manually to take pics)- Manual (very usefull it is a must read) and CD with bloatware (i will never install any program just for upload my photos to facebook... never! its just my opinion)- and a neck strap (this one is actually very sturdy)EXTERIOR:Ok let start this review saying that this camera feels, weight as much, and looks like a DSLR even my friends tryed to remove the lenses once, so Funny:), its built quality is good, it feels really good in your hand, it has leather covers to rest your fingers of your right hand, and the plastic band around the lens is used to be rested on your left hand (for long range-zoom shots) please note that the band has no useful purpose other than stetic or to give a better camera grip, (is not a manual zoom or anything like that)BUTTONS:Very well thought buttons, they are so easy to remember even when looking inside the EVF (Electronic view finder) i configured the right zoom button to be fast and the left side lever on the lens to be a slow steady zooming button.the FN button or up button of the camera is a custom button it comes customized as an ISO button, and i left it that way.there are 3 buttons that are specifically designed for: 1 rapid shot modes, 2 white balance, and 3 camera recording (this last one let you record in almost every mode your have selected using your preferences, and you can still take some photos)and finally theres a flash pop up button used for logic reasonsAll other buttons are standard on almost all cameras so i wont make you lose time reading about them.INTERFACE:If you have used a sony camera the menus will look ugly, you can select some colors, i went with black, but they are still usefull so i dont mind you can scroll using the analog buttons and a scrolling ring.SCREEN AND EFV:Not really the strong side of the camera, the colors look ok and the resolution is decent, the LCD has a sun mode to increase brightness but it is still limited, that is when the EVF comes to live and you notice it has a very low resolution but still good to take some good shoots, (remember to calibrate it before use otherwise you will see everything blurry) and this is ponit in favor to this camera for the price few bridge camera feature a EVF.ZOOM:this is the strongest side of the camera along with its features, almost no loss in quality but with less contrast and bright in the pictures when using it at maximun, the zoom is nice and good, its like using mi old telescope but clearer and with a more steadier movement (thanks to the camera systems) but still, it is highly recomended to use a tripod for max zoom shots.PICTURE QUALITY:Its Decent-good ive seen better and worse its like a canon sx 510h 12mp picture enlarged to 16mp but with less contranst (the two cameras use the same sensor size), super macros (1cm) are unique and impressive, long range pictures are good, wide angle pictures are good at ISO 100 and in fine settings, try to never use ISO above 3200, you have been warned.there is no RAW format to be selected keep that in mind. fine format uses about 7mb each picture, and normal format jpeg uses 5mb each picture. if you want some example pics or a more in deep review go here: [...]in my personal use i have purchased the camera with a HCSD class 10 of 32GB that gives you around 4000 pics in fine setting or 7000 pics in normal settings in 16mp and 2 rounds of eneloop batteries (4 batteries each) that will last you 600 pics each.VIDEO QUALITY: (IMPORTANT IT IS GOOD)there are so many reviews that have negative scores about this feature just for the zoom noise, there was a mayor point in favor (1080p\60fps) and in con (noisy zoom when recording video)in my experience with this camera i can tell you this 3 things that will help you a lot in videos: 1.- The video quality and speed is awesome the stereo sound is good, 2.- if you dont want to hear the zoom, just change the settings from optical to digital zoom and it IS SOLVED (IT IS THAT EASY), and 3.- important you can only film in full HD clips of max 30 minutes it doesnt matter your memory card capacity.and lets not even mention the high speed video at 320p look terrible but still a feature to be playing with.FEATURES3d shots .- you are supposed to take 2 pictures of the same object in different positions, it can only view them on 3d certified devices (not this camera) i ve never tried it so no comments hereburst mode.- up to 10 fps in 16mp and only 3 in max quality settings, and 30fps or more in advanced mode.- automatically select the best scene in 6 modes, kinda usefull for macros and portrait.some filters: toy camera, and othersMY FINAL CONCLUSION:this camera is a steal if you compare the price i got mine on amazon for about 185 USD, even the canon sx510h or nikon have a better image quality (a friend of mine have one) but does not come so well feature packed as this one for the price. best features: zoom and price (for the price everything looks good)so i recomend it****° 4,5 stars :)hope to help you! i will update if i experience any problem with the camera, 1st month, so far working fine, i will test it on an trip to galapagos islands.Some Tips:Buy this camera with:- A tripod (i got the pedco ultrapod 2 with velcro)- 2 kits of 4 AA rechargable batteries (i got eneloop with charger)- a 32 gb SD Class 10 (i got trascend for the price)- and a case for all, i got a case logic compact system/hybrid camera case, and believe it or not it is smaller than i thougth and still i can carry all the accesories i had mentioned before, 8 AA batteries, charger, tripod, camera, with no problems but there is no space for more items and the tripod legs are outside the case but i can live with that :)and i am sorry for my english i am not from an english speaking country so i tried my best to give some information to you.
  • I love the Fujifilm s8200 that my husband gave me for Christmas. Let\'s start with the fact that I am no longer in my teens or twenties (far from it!). I was accustomed to using my 35mm Canon when the digital age hit the marketplace. I started using the point-and-shoot digital cameras that I could put in my purse or pocket. In the course of a few years I moved from a Kodak, to a Nikon, to a Canon digital, each getting a little better picture for me. I could carry them in my pocket but my pictures just weren\'t as clear or good as I had hoped. I\'ve wanted to go DSLR, but those cameras were WAY out of my price range, so I did the best I could with my little digitals. A few months ago, my husband heard me say that my nephew was getting better pictures on his cell phone than I was getting with my cameras.That began our search for a good camera that was reasonably priced. My research led me to the Fujifilm cameras. I was thinking of the S4200, (largely due to a price-quality comparison) but when we went shopping, my husband, knowing my love of photography, kept moving me up the line to the s8200. It was almost double what I had wanted to pay, but the camea was impressive. Once I made up my mind, the stores where we were shopping were out of the s8200s. Amazon came to the rescue.So .... what do I like? The camera is smarter than I am. Its point-and-shoot settings let me take good-to-great pictures while I am learning to use the many settings & features as I go along.I used to do some professional photography when I was younger, so this camera \"feels\" like a camera. It has a 3-inch LCD monitor & an electronic viewfinder that I can use to stop the glare that makes it almost impossible to frame my pictures in the older digital cameras. This is not a little rectangular box; this is a camera. There is a comfortable handgrip I can use to balance my pictures. Its image stabilization feature is helpful. My hands aren\'t as steady as they used to be. The 8200 tries hard to give me the best possible picture, sometimes in spite of my efforts. ;-). There is significant adjustability that allows me to choose shutter or aperture priority so I can be as creative as I wish if the situation calls for it -- or I can choose one of two automatic point-and-shoot settings if I am just snapping pictures. The dials, buttons, knobs & menus are easy to use. The scene position modes allow you to select SR Auto (scene recognition helps me frame the scene & automatically chooses the ideal settings), Auto (for ordinary snapshots), Advanced mode (lots of flexibility with this one), Custom (accepts user preferences), Aperture priority (sets the aperture), Shutter priority (sets the shutter speed), Scene positions (helps me match the scene with the settings I have chossen), Program AE (allows me to use settings other than the aperture & shutter priorities), and motion panorama (allows me to sweep the camera right or lift for panoramic pictures). I have just started using some of these settings & I like what I see.When I know the kinds of pictures I would like to take, the s8200 gives me position settings that help get the best picture. I can use Portrait, Landscape, Night, Night (Tripod), Snow, Flower, Baby, Smart, Fireworks, Beach, Text, Smile & Shoot, Sunset & Party. As I said earlier, the camera is smarter than I am right now, but I\'m learning and I\'m not feeling stressed about these features.The Fufjifilm s8200 also has video capabilities, but I\'m not into them ... yet. As I said, I can learn as I go without feeling threatened by my camera.One of the best reasons to buy a Fujifilm s8200? Other cameras with the same or similar features are more than double or triple the cost of the s8200.The s8200 takes easy-to-find AA batteries. Although I bought extra specialized rechargeable batteries for my older digitals, I still found myself running out of power at the most inopertune moments. I can deal with a battery emergency with less stress because AA batteries are everywhere.OK, so what don\'t I like? Well, It is heavier than the point-and-shoot digitals I\'ve been using, but it is surprisingly light when I compare it with my previous 35 mm experience. I know that is a HUGE variation, but the s8200\'s weight is not an issue for me. Sure, it\'s bigger, thicker, wider, etc, but I feel like I am using a real camera. OK, so I can\'t carry it in my pocket ... or my purse. Well, I guess I could get a bigger purse (just kidding!). When I bought the camera, I also bought a delightful little camera bag that is just the right size for the camera & a few accessories.If you like to switch lenses, the s8200 is not for you. It has a fixed lens with enough flexibility to meet my needs. I do not need to have specialized extra lenses to worry about. I am gladly giving up the extra lenses for my 8200\'s scene position settings.Overall, I am happy. My nieces & nephews do interesting things & now I can take better pictures of them doing so.
  • Similar to my old Fugi film camera, so easy to start using right away. Takes great pics and will enjoy it even more when I figure out all the features. Nice neck strap and lens cover came with camera. Very impressed with care seller took to pack in bubble wrap, two boxes and delivered by FedEx before expected delivery date. Very pleased with this purchase.

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