Fujifilm FinePix F200EXR 12MP Super CCD Digital Camera with 5x Wide Angle Dual Image Stabilized Optical Zoom

rate 3.6
  • Brand: Fujifilm
  • Category: Digital Cameras
  • screen size: 3"
  • resolution: 12.0 MP

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  • 12-megapixel Super CCD EXR
  • 5x wide-angle, dual image stabilized optical zoom
  • EXR Auto function; Dynamic Range Bracketing; Face Detection 3.0
  • 3.0-inch LCD screen; HD photo capture
  • Capture images to SD/SDHC/xD memory cards (not included)

Technical Details

Brand Fujifilm
Model F200EXR
UPC 4547410064629, 74101488005, 845251011012
Key Features
Camera Type Point & Shoot
Digital Zoom 4x
Sensor Resolution 12.0 MP
Screen Size 3"
Optical Sensor
Sensor Size 1/1.6"
Sensor Type Super CCD EXR
Lens System
Macro Focus Range 5-80cm
Focus Adjustment Automatic
Auto Focus type TTL contrast detection
Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera 28 - 140mm
Max Shutter Speed 1/1500 sec
Min Shutter Speed 8 sec
Exposure Metering Multi-Segment
Exposure Modes Aperture-Priority, Automatic, Manual, Program
Light Sensitivity ISO 100, ISO 12800 (3Mpix), ISO 1600, ISO 200, ISO 3200, ISO 400, ISO 6400 (6Mpix), ISO 800, ISO auto
Light Sensitivity Max 12800
Camera Flash
Flash Type Built-in flash
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Effective Flash Range 0.3 m - 4.3 m
Camera Flash Features AF Illuminator
Flash Modes Auto Mode, Fill-in Mode, OFF mode, Red-eye Reduction, Slow Synchro
Memory / Storage
Integrated Memory size 48 MB
Supported Flash Memory SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, xD-Picture Card
Depth 0.9 in.
Height 2.3 in.
Width 3.9 in.
Weight 6.2 Oz.
Display Type LCD
Display Rotation Built-in
Screen Details LCD display - TFT active matrix - 3" - color
Display Size 3"
Microphone Type Microphone - built-in - mono
Microphone Operation Mode Mono
Connector Types 1 x USB, 1 x component video output
Expansion Slot 1 x SD Memory Card, 1 x xD-Picture Card
Battery Form Factor Manufacturer specific
File Format
Digital Video Format AVI, MJPEG
Still Image Format JPEG
Other Features
Additional Features Audio Recording, Automatic Face Tracking, Built-In Speaker, DPOF Support, Digital Image Rotation, Direct Print, Exif Print Support, Red eye Fix, Resizing an Image, USB 2.0 Compatibility
Face Detection Yes
Shooting Modes Frame Movie Mode
Shooting Programs Beach, Fireworks, Flower, Landscape, Museum, Natural light, Night (tripod), Night mode, Party/indoor, Portrait enhancer, Portrait mode, Snow, Sports mode, Sunset, Text, Underwater
Special Effects Film Simulation


The F200EXR offers the most advanced technologies available, including Dynamic Range Bracketing, Dual Image Stabilization, Face Detection 3.0, and ISO settings of up to an unprecedented ISO 12800, allowing you to capture any shot, any place and at any time with the lowest noise signature to date. With EXR Auto, the F200EXR recognizes the subject and scene, and automatically decides the optimum EXR shooting mode. With three options of fine capture technology with high resolution, pixel fusion technology for high sensitivity and low noise, and dual capture technology for wide dynamic range - that users can also select manually - the camera combines the best of EXR selectable sensor modes with SR Auto Automatic Scene Recognition. New to the F200EXR are an extra-large 3.0" LCD, HD Photo to capture still photos at 1920 x 1080, HD output and film simulation modes (based on Fujifilm's legendary Velvia, Provia and Soft lines), including Sepia and Black and White modes.


landale 5.0
199 of 208 people found the following review helpful
I received this camera a week ago and have been very impressed with it so far. I had previously bought a Panasonic FX150 in December but returned it after 2 weeks due to horrible ISO400 performance and too much noise on the lower ISO settings as well. I had high hopes for this camera as I wanted a camera that could achieve good low light shots but thought something like the Panasonic LX3 was too big and too limiting with it's short zoom.Before going into the many positives of this camera I wan ... t to express my only major negative with this camera and that is its ability to select the correct ISO setting for each shot. When shooting indoors in low to average light or when shooting with the flash the camera tends to choose a much higher ISO then needed resulting in shots with more noise then there should be. There is no reason for an image stabilized camera to select ISO800 with a shutter speed of 1/80 or faster when there is no movement in the frame. More >
MV 3.0
166 of 176 people found the following review helpful
I don't mean for this to be an in depth review. There are a lot of truly excellent in depth reviews posted here already.I followed this camera since announcement and have been eagerly awaiting its release here in Canada. After about a week, though, it's going back.The big issues I have with the camera may not be of high priority to other people, but are particularly important to me. This camera, as others have said, is generally superb, and can take absolutely fantastic pictures with the best dy ... namic range available.And one other positive which is important to me but not mentioned by a lot of other people is the flash recycling time is quite good, maybe 2 seconds.Auto white balance is excellent too.My issues:* Because this is to be a family camera, it has to be easy to use without really being educated about its functions. More >
atomic240 5.0
81 of 86 people found the following review helpful
The short and sweet of it is this probably the sub-compact camera that will give you the best Image Quality (IQ) of any other camera in this category. I do not consider the Panny LX3 as being in this category as it is larger. If size is not an issue, then an interesting comparison can be drawn whereby they both produce excellent output with their own pluses and minuses. But, the LX3 was simply too large for my uses.What it Is - This is a specialty compact camera much like the F30 and F31fd be ... fore it. I owned both of those cameras. I call it "specialty" because you have to coax it a bit to get the best IQ from it, just like the F30 or F31fd. Just like the earlier Fxx series, you can't rely on "Auto" modes to yield the best pictures. This camera, just like the earlier Fxx series, hikes the ISO way too much for the shot at hand in most cases. I believe that this was done to absolutely insure that no blurry pictures occur. More >