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Fujifilm Finepix S9900w Digital Camera With 3.0-Inch Lcd (Black)

fujifilm finepix s9900w digital camera with 3 0 inch lcd black

Fujifilm FinePix S9900W Digital Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD (Black)

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  • 16.2 megapixel backlit CMOS sensor delivershigh-quality images in low light, continuousshooting of 10.0fps and quick response.
  • 50x Fujinon optical zoom lens (24mm - 1200mm)*
  • High-resolution (920K-dot) electronic viewfinder allows you to frame images precisely,
  • The 5-Axis Image Stabilization function provides easy video recording, even at telephoto (1200mm) settings.
  • Connect to your smartphone or tablet for extra enjoyment for Remote Shooting and Wireless Image Transfer.

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Brand : Fujifilm
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 4
Review Count : 101

fujifilm finepix s9900w digital camera with 3 0 inch lcd black
fujifilm finepix s9900w digital camera with 3 0 inch lcd black
fujifilm finepix s9900w digital camera with 3 0 inch lcd black

Fujifilm FinePix S9900W Digital Camera with 3.0-Inch LCD (Black)

  • Before purchasing this camera I asked if it was able to take video up to an hour and was told it was able to take one hour video with the right size SD card. IT DOES NOT GO ONE HOUR. There is a COUNTDOWN TIMER that gives you 28--TWENTY-EIGHT-- minutes and then the camera STOPS RECORDING AUTOMATICALLY. It\'s very frustrating.
  • OK, first of all this is NOT a DSLR or even a \"cheap DSLR.\" While you can control some things manually (such as shutter speed, aperture, etc.) it can be frustratingly limited.What it does well is, for a relatively low price, gives you a lens that has a strong \"zoom\" and can also do \"macro\" shots. It is a really good \"point-and-shoot\" and if that is how you intend to use it you will likely be VERY satisfied.The quality of construction is pretty marginal. It is fairly lightweight and not terribly durable. But if you are careful it is not going to fall apart in your hands. But if you want to really use the zoom PLAN on using a tripod of some kind. It is nearly impossible to get a clear image without something to hold the camera still. My example pictures of the magpie were pretty much at maximum zoom with a tripod and I still had some trouble getting a clear shot (even the attached ones aren\'t particularly good). The pictures with the horse give some idea how well the zoom can work.Good:Can handle a wide variety of pictures from \"zoom\" to \"macro.\"The picture quality isn\'t going to win any prestigious competitions but if you just want to capture a moment it can do that.The manual settings are pretty easy to use. If you know what you are doing it won\'t take you long to master it.Bad:Any time a single lens is intended to be used for a 50x optical zoom AND macro/super macro some quality is going to be lost (jack of all trades, master of none).Zoom is electric so it can take a few moments to get the zoom where you want it. I had an older model of a Fujifilm camera where I could manually rotate the lens to \"zoom\" and it was MUCH faster.AA batteries can get expensive after a while compared to a rechargeable battery but sometimes it is nice to just throw in some new batteries you can get at any store/gas station and not have to hope that it is charged.The SD Card slot is in the battery compartment. My tripod uses a piece that screws into the tripod space on the camera that I have to remove to get the SD card out. Not a huge deal, but in my previous version of a fujifilm bridge camera the SD card slot was more easily accessible on the side.Summary: If you are looking for a DSLR but just don\'t want to pay the extra several hundred dollars (minimum) you are going to be disappointed. It is better to think of this as a \"point-and-shoot\" with a really big zoom than as a \"economically priced DSLR.\" If you can accept it for what it is it can be a really good camera.
  • So far the remanufactured camera is operating like a new camera. I hesitated purchasing a remanufactured camera; however, I have heard super reviews - since remanufactured cameras are thoroughly inspected and cleaned. This FUJIFILM FinePix S9900W Digital Camera is clean! This camera, I find to be lightweight and has a good grip. On the downside for me - is the amount of noise generated by the on/off switch. In addition, I find myself really consciously pushing the button to slide on/off. The other minor issue that is not a function issue - is the back closure to the batteries and card reader. Seems that I am struggling to move the switch to open and the first time - I wasn\'t sure how the closure opened to the batteries and card reader. Otherwise, the camera overall has a clear lens and finding the telephoto and wide angle lens extremely easy to operate. The clarity of the photographs is the usual top quality from FUJI. And the amount of features - I haven\'t even touched the surface! The company I purchased this camera from has been outstanding. When I contacted the seller before my purchase with some questions, they responded timely and completely answered my questions. I found this company to be professional and would purchase from them again.
  • Nice camera with many \"big camera\" features. Better than expected low light capability at higher ISO\'s. Does not have manual focus function, and it takes the auto focus a few tries sometimes. Zoom is reasonably smooth and about as long a lens as you could expect in a bridge camera. Electronic viewfinder is great in bright light and useful to get a steadier hold at higher zooms. The LCD display is quite readable even in bright light except when in very bright direct sunlight. Wireless connection is very handy for transferring pictures to a smartphone, tablet or PC. Takes a while to connect sometimes, but works well when connected. The remote control app for android works, but has limited control of functions on camera.Still learning to use all the features, but very happy with the camera so far.
  • The seller shipped the camera quickly. Review of the camera is as follows. I am not a professional photographer, so do not know all the tricks to using this camera. I will say that I am not impressed with the build quality of this camera. Very flimsy flash pop up build. The shutter holds to long on some shots and the flash doesn\'t always go off. I have a Fujifilm S5000 from 2003 and it is built better than this camera. I thought that I needed more pixels for sharper more detailed pictures, so, I purchased this S9900w. The S5000 was an entry level digital and is smaller. So far and it may be my skills using the S9900w, but the pictures with this 16 pixel compared to 3 on the 5000 are not much sharper nor much clearer. I am still learning about it. The auto setting sometimes the shutter lags for to long. Never had the lag on the 5000 but assume that this is suppose to happen. I take still pictures mostly. I will revise this review at a later date after I have used it some more. So Far not happy with the picture quality, especially in low light.
  • Was so easy to use, but some photo\'s was some what out of just range, in time I will get better, I do a lot of graves photo\'s for Find a Grave
  • I already owe a Fujifilm Finepix s9900w but I needed another one for an upcoming wedding. I was pleasantly please that the used camera was exactly what the seller said it was and the price was affordable.

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