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Fujifilm FinePix S5200 digital camera review

-1.8 inch screen
-5.1 Megapixel (2592*1944 pixels)
-5.7X digital zoom
-4 AA batteries for power
-Built-in flash (6 modes)

Fujifilm's greatest success has been in creating good-quality midrange cameras that sell at very competitive prices, and the new Fuji S5200 aims to continue that success. A couple of years ago, Fuji introduced long-zoom digicams at affordable price levels with their FinePix 2800 and 3800 models. Now, the Fuji S5200 advances the cause even further, with a 5.1-megapixel CCD (up from the S5100's 4.0-Mp CCD), a 10x optical zoom lens, and a host of exposure modes and features. While it still sports a fully automatic mode, the Fuji FinePix S5200 goes beyond basic "point & shoot" capability with Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, and Manual modes, as well as a few Scene modes. The Fuji S5200 offers very long-zoom capability and greater exposure control at a surprisingly affordable price.

Fujifilm FinePix S5200 Digital Camera : Quick Review

2 Responses to “Fujifilm FinePix S5200 digital camera review”

  1. Anonymous Anonymous 

    awesome camera

  2. Anonymous Bill Lacroix 

    Although I have used Kodaks in the past few years and feel they are a better camera out of the box, with better pictures by default. This camera is fun and a great learning curve without the SLR exspense. I think of it as a SLR wannabe. I have learned more in the 3 weeks I have had the camera than in the past couple of years about camera settings.
    It is fast...much faster than my Kodak Z7590, and start up is fast enough to get a pic off that normally would have been lost. In good lighting, focus is swift.
    The camera feels good, solid and fits well in my grip.
    The "Anti Blur" (their version of stabalization) works well, however, it is only available in the one mode setting.
    My only complaint: when I'm feeling lazy and just want a good pic in Auto mode I find it hit and miss.

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