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Fujifilm FinePix T200 14 MP Digital Camera with 10x Optical Zoom (Gunmetal)

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  • 14 million effective pixels; 1/2.3 inch CCD with primary color filter; 10x optical zoom lens plus approx 6.7x digital zoom
  • 2.7 inch TFT color LCD monitor; HD movie 720p with sound
  • 6 scene SR auto; Motion Panorama mode with auto stitch
  • Dual image stabilization; Face, Blink detection; Smile and Shoot mode; Auto red-eye removal; Tracking auto focux
  • USB 2.0 High-speed; Video output NTSC / PAL selectable; SD/SDHC card compatible (card NOT included)
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The Fuji FinePix T200 14MP Gunmetal Digital Camera presents the ideal solution for an easy to use and most importantly, super thin 10x zoom compact camera to take on your travels or use to capture family life. The large, bright 2.7 inch LCD display makes it easy to compose great photos. It features Dual Image Stabilization which is the combination of high sensitivity and CCD shift image stabilization that works to eliminate blurred photos by freezing action and minimizing blurs at maximum zoom range. The FinePix T200 has a few technological tricks up its sleeve, including Photobook Assist, which allows the user to make pictures to go in a photobook, Motion Panorama for stunning, sweeping panoramic shots, Face Recognition, HD Video, and more. Additionally this 28.1mm of super slim compact body fits in your pocket or purse effortlessly.

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  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 1.1 x 2.2 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004SBK7TQ
  • Item model number: T200
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,889 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 16, 2011

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Yarii TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 17, 2011
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I was afraid to order this, though I've owned several Fuji cameras and I've been very pleased with them. I still have my first digital camera, a 2 MP Model A205 I got in 2004 - it works fine as old as it is. So why the hesitation to order this T200? The 3 reviews I read which don't think highly of this camera. I'm here to tell you don't be put off by the other reviews. Sometimes you also have to take into account when you read a 1 star to 3 star review that the person writing it has no idea how to use a camera, not accusing anyone here, but always keep that in mind. I'm not a professional by any means, but I've been buying/using digital cameras for almost 8 years.

This camera was intended as a gift for a young relative of mine. I took it on a test run beforehand, and here are my thoughts.

One reviewer complained about this having no focus assist lamp. That's a plus for anyone photographing pets, I own many cameras with this and most you cannot turn it off, so a blinding red lamp lights up right before you press the shutter on these types of cameras causing the cat's or dog's eyes to shut. This T200 does not have this lamp, and I've been able to obtain good pictures of my pets with the "Natural" mode choice on the dial. There is also a "Natural and Flash" choice too, which is working out well - 2 shots are taken in rapid succession, one with no flash and one with, so you can compare which one is best.

Essentially, this camera is EXACTLY the same as the Fuji T300 Fujifilm FinePix T300 14 MP Digital Camera with Fujinon 10x Wide Angle Optical Zoom Lens (Black) - and look at the reviews for it compared to this camera.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Upshifter on March 1, 2012
After reading the reviews, I thought that I made a mistake buying this T200, but I changed my mind. The lens is exceptionally sharp, and on par with my Canon G11, and my Sony H20, both of which cost more than twice as much.

I used the camera indoors, and out. I took it to the beach to take some sunsets in low light, the pictures are beautiful. I used it indoors with the flash, and without the flash; again, the pictures are marvelous. I shot some movies with it at the beach with the waves breaking over the rocks; they are dramatic and very high definition. Every feature on that camera works; and it is no larger than my cell phone. That is amazing to say the least.

The build quality is solid, and the camera seems to be mostly metal. The 10 X zoom is sharp throughout it's range; and the auto-focus worked even in the low light at the beach during sundown. I have the pictures to prove it.

Yet one might say, that with those other excellent cameras why would I get the T200. The answer is that camera has more features than many larger cameras, but it is unbelievably small in physical size, but enormously powerful with it's 14 mp, 10 x zoom, and really good image stabilization, even when zoomed. I'm extremely pleased with this remarkable camera.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lex Lyford on October 31, 2012
God, where do I start? It's slow, auto-focus is inept and the light-meter is arbitrary, even between 2 shots shot concurrently in the same setting. The shooting selections are retarded and the smile-detector won't allow me to take pictures of some buildings. When you switch between modes, the title of the mode covers the entire screen for several seconds with no shutter access, so shooting quickly is just not possible with this camera. It's even slower than my first digital camera, which saved to a "superdisk" (120Mb floppy). This camera sucks. When you press the shutter, you have about a 50% chance that it will take a picture. It does fit into my pocket, so I suppose that is good.

However, it has one nice feature, which saved it from a one-star review. It has a "panoramic" setting (conveniently titled "SP1" for no reason) that actually usually does a decent job of patching 3 pix together in-camera. Didn't work well in a hot-air balloon, but on stable ground, it does a decent job, usually. Much easier to make panoramics than spending hours in Photoshop matching sky levels and horizon line, meshing foreground objects. Not great, but decent, most of the time. Assuming light-levels match; if you're shooting varying levels, like in a sunset situation, it doesn't match them well.

I bought this as a backup for my DLSR, and for a camera to carry on my longer hikes and jogs, as my DLSR is heavy and floppity when jogging. It isn't a good backup camera, my old 5 megapixel Canon Crapola 6000 is a better camera overall. But I do carry it in my glovebox for it's panoramic strengths, which is it's only strength. If you want an OK panoramic camera for the price, it's not terrible, but for a point&shoot, forget it.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Full Box of Cookies on August 19, 2012
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I bought this as my third Fuji camera. It came and I liked. It does have some problems in low light but other then that I was pleased until month 10 when it started turning itself on and off repeatedly. I have to keep the battery out of it now, causing us to have to go thru date programing to use it.Then it started refusing to let me review pictures.Finally at 11 months it now switches to picture review when I want to take a picture. So a quick review...not great in low light, switches on and off repeatedly,picture review button doesn't work,won't let me take a picture but instead automatically switches to picture review. I have always like Fuji since the film days of old. I probably have the lemon out of the bunch. However I felt the need to share my experience. There are many good things about this camera including many features, simple to use, takes good point and shoot pics, lines up your pamorama photos, its small and appealing to the eye. I guess its really up to you.
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