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Fuji FinePix F200EXR
Fuji FinePix F200EXR

Hey! You should know that Fuji has released a newer version of this product: the Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR.

Fuji FinePix F200EXR

We've given the F200EXR a grade of B-.

Editor's Review

A solid camera, but it has been replaced by the newer F300EXR. Here's what we had to say about the F200 when it was released in early 2009:

[Read our full Fuji F200 review] The F200EXR uses Fuji's SuperCCD sensor, and promises high resolution, high light sensitivity, and low levels of image noise but is plagued by irritating annoyances and pesky flaws. This means brighter, sharper, and more accurate photographs in even the most challenging environments. The 'EXR' mode allows shooters to prioritize resolution, low-light performance, or contrast, depending on the subject.


  • 12 megapixel 'Super CCD'
  • 5x optical zoom
  • 28mm wide-angle lens
  • Image stabilization
  • Manual controls
  • 3.0-inch LCD display
  • Part Number: F-FXF200FS-US-CD
  • UPC: 4547410064612
  • Release Date: May 15, 2009

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Fuji FinePix F200EXR Reviews

Fuji FinePix F200EXR Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 1.0 out of 5
Camera broke with little to no effort (Dave — 04/29/2010)
I suppose this should start getting around. The lcd screen is weak. big time weak. So if you haven't heard about it yet, I'm sure you will. Let's see if Fuji step up and fix it. Camera is good in low light which was my main reason for buying it. Pictures are good, but nowhere near what kind of quality you think about when you think 10mpixel. Still it is conceivably a pocket camera which means that size is it's main thing. I bought it after trolling these and other boards last christmas. I wish manufacturers would devote energy to things like reliability and picture quality instead of worthless numbers like megapixels. But that is the state of the consumer in America.
  • 2.0 out of 5
Fragile camera, nonexistent service (Tamara — 02/23/2010)
I bought a camera about 3 months ago after using an F30 for years. I loved the F30 for its simplicity and sharp colourful pictures and lowlight abilities. As it no longer produced the F200EXR seemed the closest thing I could find. First of all the EXR abilities highly overrated and producing worse result that my beloved F30. The pictures are grainy and blurry where F30 had sharp results. (example a party environment). In clear weather does a decent job that is where actually comparable with the previous generation. Another problem is with the build. The LCD display is too large and very vulnerable. I managed to break the LCD in a hike (nothing special happened but it seemed it was too much for the display and cracked) I tried to get advice from Fuji tech. support about replacement (forget warranty, breaking anything is your own fault) but I did not even received any response where could I buy a replacement LCD or get it fixed.) I asked around in the store as well (Londondrugs - British Columbia Canada) but they said it could cost up to 200 dollars a new LCD but they do not handling that I should try the company (which does not responds) the camera costs me 400 bucks and I just do not want to buy another one and after another... I started looking at Olympus Tough series as I am very outdoorsy person but I am not sure the quality of the pictures they make.
  • 2.0 out of 5
After You've Taken the Pictures (L Gevins — 11/24/2009)

The F200EXR unloads it's pictures at 72 resolution and 51 x 41 inches! I've spoken to Fugifilm tech services and they tell me this is the way they work. 72 resolution is useless unless you want to put your pictures on the Internet or send them through email.
I would not recommend purchasing a Fuji point-and-shoot camera if you want to print your photo's.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Fuji camera (Susan Evans — 09/08/2009)

Easy to use - quite intuitive. Handy to tuck in a pocket or purse.