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Fujifilm Finepix E900 9MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom (Black)


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  • 9-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 17 x 23-inch prints
  • 4x optical zoom; 2.0-inch LCD display
  • Real Photo Technology provides faster operation, low noise processing, better low-light shooting, and higher shutter speeds
  • Compatible with optional lens adapters that can increase optical zoom
  • Stores images on xD Picture Cards; powered by 2 AA-size batteries (2 AA alkaline batteries included)
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Product Details

Data Sheet [3.33mb PDF]| Supplementary Guide [820kb PDF]| Product Manual [5.94mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 2.1 x 2.3 inches ; 11 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007GIXR4
  • Item model number: Finepix E900
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,369 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: July 28, 2005

Product Description

Product Description

CL) FUJI FINEPIX E900 DIGITAL CAMERA

From the Manufacturer

Packing a powerful nine megapixel 5th Generation Super CCD HR sensor--the highest resolution available in a consumer digital camera--the FinePix E900 joins Fujifilm's already popular E-series line of cameras and continues the tradition of point-and-shoot ease and photographic essentials such as image quality, form factor, and powerful feature sets including manual controls, found in all E-series models. The E900 has a powerhouse photographic engine in an ergonomic point-and-shoot design, allowing users to take better pictures than ever before.

The E900 offers Fujifilm's innovative Real Photo Technology, which provides many benefits for the user, including faster operation, low noise processing, better low-light shooting, and higher shutter speeds that minimize blurriness in photos at even the highest ISO setting of 800 and in full resolution. In addition, fully automatic features on the E900 provide point-and-shoot simplicity, while manual and customizable feature settings provide additional control, particularly when combined with the power of optional lenses.

In addition to a convenient ergonomic travel-friendly design, the E900 offers a large 2-inch LCD screen making taking and sharing pictures easy. A mode dial provides easy access to advanced shooting modes and a 4x optical zoom, which can be enhanced with optional lens adapters, allows user to tailor each shot to their needs. Other versatile shooting functions include a live histogram display for exposure settings and a highlight warning function.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This camera is compact, easy to use, loaded with features, and takes great pictures.
J. Walter
It's not hard to see why Consumer Reports just made the e900 its "Best Buy" among all types of point and shoot digital cameras!
A Young Boomer
Customer service explained that because the camera was damaged the warranty did not apply.
F.J. K

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

110 of 112 people found the following review helpful By J. Chambers HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on May 4, 2006
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For really serious photography, I use a Nikon D200 with the SB800 flash. But there are some times when I just want a small, lightweight camera in my pocket, and the Fuji E900 is perfect for that. Unlike most point and shoots, the camera comes on almost instantly, and the shutter lag is close to (but not quite equal) an SLR. My biggest complaint is the lack of a hotshoe for a hardwired external flash, so I wouldn't use the E900 indoors where a heavy flash is needed. I actually would only rate the E900 at a 4.5 because of this.

The optics are as crisp as any point and shoot that I've seen. There is a bit of chromatic abberation, particularly at wide angle, but it's not too noticeable in most situations.

A huge plus is that you have full manual control of your exposures if you want to or need to do that. In my opinion, a camera has to have that feature if it's to be used for serious photography. But if you just want to point and shoot and have the camera do everything, you can do that too.

Another minor objection is that the camera uses an xD card, so I couldn't use any of the CF or SD cards that I already have. When you buy an xD card, be sure to get an Olympus Type H card, not the slower Type M.

Overall, a really nice little camera, especially for a little over $300.
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81 of 84 people found the following review helpful By John Frisbie on March 12, 2006
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After buying and trying several cameras over the last year, I can finally say that I've found the right camera for me. Beautiful pictures, fast action -- super-fast start up and minimal shutter lag, solid feel, and excellent zoom picture quality.

Additionally, it uses AA batteries (recommend rechargables), gets plenty of pix out of them and of course, there's 9 megapixels of info to play with.

I've only been playing for a week or so, but I've used in low-light restaurant situations, on the streets of New York at night, in the car and sitting on the couch at home all with no flash and the pictures look great. It's not a miracle-worker, but these are the best low-light pix I've seen.

Daylight and flash pix look amazing. Bright broad daylight pix in the park on 'Auto' mode turned out perfectly balanced. (love the Histogram feature in manual mode for balancing more complex shots - basically a small waveform monitor on the lcd screen. Awesome!)

Manual controls are a bit tough to memorize - focus requires touching two buttons - but what else to do with a point-and-shoot of this size?

But, it HAS all the manual controls - unlike most digital cameras of this size.

I've tried Olympus, Canon, Nikon, Pentax and even another Fuji. To say I am pleased is an understatement.

Is it perfect? Nope. Eats power. But, better to have more rechargeable AAs than to have to carry around a charger for a dang proprietary battery.

And, Consumer Reports is right, this camera has amazing image quality.
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Copper Minehart on September 12, 2006
Strengths:

FAST.

OUTSTANDING in low light.

Good semi-wide angle/semi-fast lens.

Great battery type! (especially now that 2700Mah versions are available).

Great ccd and resolution.

Great ergonomics (tall enough to hold yet small enough for your pocket).

Weaknesses:

Menu needs to be straightened out (RAW should be grouped with the jpegs within the F button) and a manual focus button combo would have been great...I hope Fuji is listening! How about a USEFUL RAW utility (or at LEAST the ability to download one from the site!!)??

SLOW flash recycle time

No Autofocus assist light

No Image stabilization

No Programmable settings button.

Lens is only Semi Wide (32mm@f2.8 equivalent to a 35mm camera lens).

Wide angle macro & movie modes only (no telephoto in macro or movie mode)

Max XD Memory card is only just moving to 2GB.

(Should use the Olympus high-speed H-series XD for best movie perf).

No performance/quality probs.

Summary: This is a strong candidate for the serious amateur in need of a point and shoot for backups or vacation...It is also VERY easy to use, for the significant other of that serious amateur.

I studied medium to high-end point&shoots and prosumers for 6 months prior to buying the Fuji E900 in April of '06. While the E900 didn't have everything I wanted, in the end, it was the clear choice. the CCD (and sample image output), a real viewfinder, and the ergonomics were keys to my choice.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Blythe on November 3, 2006
We bought this camera based on reviews found on Amazon, and for the most part, have not been disappointed. You've probably read the other long reviews, so I'll just summarize what we found to be positives and negatives with this camera:

POSITIVES:

* the ease of point and shoot is amazing.

* the ability to drop out of "point and shoot" mode to other more detailed methods is extensive. Most likely, you'll find a mode that works for you.

* the 9MP granularity makes zooming in w/ photo software a snap. Unless you go crazy with post-processing software zooming, you'll be fine.

NEGATIVES:

* a little bit too much delay between taking photos when using the flash (sometimes slow between photos without flash, too). Dropping the resultion down from 9MP helps, but then you lose some picture quality.

* no AC adapter is provided - you have to buy one separately. This may cause you headaches if you intend to download photos via USB, which drains power from the transmitting device. (Note that many of the larger cpacity memory cards cannot be read by most existing card reading hardware, so you may need to use the USB cable.)

* Eats AA alkaline batteries like crazy. Yes, you can use disposable batteries, but don't expect more than 6-8 pictures per pair of AA's that you use. The supplied rechargables, on the other hand, are amazing - we got at least 100 photos off of their first charge!

All in all, a camera that has proven to be well worth the money.
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