Fujifilm FinePix E900 Reviews

Fujifilm FinePix E900 Photography Blog has reviewed the Fujifilm Finepix E900 and write: “E900 hasn’t really set the world on fire, despite offering one of the highest megapixel counts around. It’s not been at the top of the PhotographyBLOG review list, but having tested the camera, I’m beginning to regret not taking a look earlier. The FujiFilm Finepix E900 is simply one of the best compact digital cameras that I have reviewed. It offers excellent image quality with a useable ISO range of 80-400 and few chromatic aberrations, fast operation in most areas of performance, and a full range of creative shooting modes. The 32-128mm lens is a little wider than most compact cameras and the overall design is intuitive to pick-up and use.”

PCWorld has posted a Fujifilm FinePix E900 review and write: “The images that this combination produces are very attractive. In our tests we saw vivid yet accurate colours and very accurate exposures under a variety of lighting situations; the camera coped with daylight and studio set-ups equally well. Most impressive, among our current testing group the Fujifilm FinePix E900 earned the highest score for image sharpness by a significant margin. There was also little evidence of noise at lower ISO settings, although some noise appeared when the ISO was bumped to the maximum of 800. (Other Fujifilm cameras have offered an ISO setting of 1600, but not this one.)”

Cameras.co.uk has reviewed the Fuji Finepix E900 and write: “Although nothing really reaches out and grabs me to lift the Finepix E900 out for the ordinary it still managed to produce a set of good quality photos…. If you are looking for a digital camera with advanced features then the Fuji Finepix E900 is worth considering. A high resolution of nine megapixels is likely to be attractive to anyone who is looking to produce large prints. Despite its range of features this camera manages to retain a compact shape and size.”

Imaging Resource has reviewed the Fuji FinePix E900 and write: “The 9.0 megapixel Fujifilm FinePix E900 is an impressive follow on to last year’s 6.3 megapixel FinePix E550, which was good enough to earn a Dave’s Pick. Its color is very good (if somewhat subdued), resolution excellent, and noise levels at even high ISOs are tamed very well. The FinePix E900 isn’t the fastest in terms of AF speed, but it’s right there in the respectable department. If you prefocus, it’s a great family camera, with its f/2.8 lens handling wide angle indoor scenes very well. Its lens comes out quickly, AF points are picked quickly, and it switches between modes and menus with snap. The Fujifilm FinePix E900 is pretty good with battery power, with a worst-case run time of just over two hours with the provided rechargeable NiMH batteries. From a usability standpoint, the FinePix E900 spans a range from rank beginner (in full Auto mode) to sophisticated photographer (in full manual exposure mode). This makes it a great choice for dual- or multiple-user households, and also a good choice for someone looking for a camera that’s easy to use to get started but that has additional features to offer as you become more experienced. I was impressed with the camera’s performance in many dimensions, but most impressed with the print quality.”

Digital Camera Review has published a Fujifilm Finepix E900 review, they write: “In my opinion, the E900’s most serious competition is Canon’s superb A620. The A620 is in virtually every area of consideration other than native resolution (the difference between 7 and 9 megapixels is much less obvious than the difference between 4 and 5 megapixels), a better imaging tool than the E900. So, unless you need the few extra millimetres of wide-angle coverage or plan to enlarge lots of your images to poster size, my recommendation is to buy the A620. You’ll end up with a better camera and save yourself some money.”

Megapixel has reviewed the Fujifilm Finepix E900, here’s a little of what they had to say about the camera: The Fujifilm FinePix E900 offers a clean and elegant design that places the controls so that they are not only easily accessed, but comfortable to use.

The Fujifilm FinePix E900 is also very fast. Fast to turn On and turn Off, and fast to respond to the shutter release. In fact, the shutter release could be described as a hair trigger, as it will easily capture a shot before the camera has had time to focus, or even capture a photo while the user is simply trying to get an AE/AF lock.

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