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Fujifilm FinePix T200 Digital Camera - Black (14MP, 10x Optical Zoom) 2.7 inch LCD Screen

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  • 14 megapixels with 10x Fujinon optical zoom covering 28-280mm with 2.7 inch LCD screen
  • Digital image stabilisation
  • Face recognition and Image Search
  • Motion Panorama
  • ISO 3200 maximum sensitivity

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Colour Name: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 2.8 x 5.6 cm ; 136 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: FinePix T200 Black
  • ASIN: B004G8Q5RE
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 15 Jan 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,661 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

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Product Description

This camera was born for spontaneous individuals who want to travel light and capture all those unplanned events and unexpected memories. The FinePix T200 is a super slim, stylish digital camera, with a high resolution 14 megapixel sensor and a generous 10x optical zoom lens. This digital camera and its impressive feature set will help you to produce pictures you will be desperate to share with the world. What's more, the Easy Web Upload feature which enables you to speed up the process of uploading pictur...

Box Contains

  • Li-ion battery NP-45A
  • Battery charger BC-45C
  • USB cable
  • Hand strap
  • CD-ROM
  • Owner's manual

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.0 out of 5 stars

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    108 of 109 people found the following review helpful By Sean78 on 25 Jun 2011
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    I bought this camera for my summer hols to Greece and it has turned out to be an excellent little camera. The quality of the pictures are of a great quality and coupled with 10x zoom you can capture some great photos that you'd normally expect from a higher range or more expensive camera. There are numerous modes for the camera and all work extremely well and in particular the panoramic mode. It allows you to capture some terrific landscape shots by taking 3 shots and joining them to make one. But be careful as you need a steady hand when panning the camera across your view as occasionally the picture can be a little dis-jointed.

    The plug in charger is a bonus as it means less cables and ideal for when abroad.

    I'm giving this camera a well deserved 5 stars because it's a high quality camera with many functions and at under £150 there's not much else out there that can rival it at that price.

    So if you're on a budget and want a good camera for all round use this one is a must.
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    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mr. G. H. Akins on 10 Aug 2011
    Colour Name: Red Verified Purchase
    Lets get straight to the point...... this is an ideal camera for those of us out there that like to point and click.

    Unlike lots of higher end compact cameras it doesnt have lots of feature snaffled from the DSLR's so is a lot simpler to use and understand straight out of the box. Don't get me wrong, it has some adjustable settings like ISO and White Balance but there are confined to one setting on the Mode Dial (P) which you dont have to use if you dont want to.

    Basically it has 8 settings. Fully Automatic, Natural and Flash (camera takes 2 shots, one with, one without flash), Natutal Light, Panorama (more on this later), Smile and Shoot (camera automatically take a picture when someone smiles), P (programmed mode where you adjust the camera settings), SR Mode (where the camera automatically selects the operating mode for you based on light and focal length conditions) and HD movie mode.

    Now one of the reasons I bought this camera is because is because of the Panaroma mode. This is great and so simple to use. Compose your first shot and take the picture. You are then guided to move a small cross over a circle (thus ensuring the picture is lined up) and the next part of the panoramic shot is taken automatically for you. Move round again, line up the cross again and voila, a three shot panoramic picture is taken. Sounds tricky but its not and already Ive had some great results from it.

    The camera has a x10 optical zoom which is really very good and clear. Using digital zoom as well give you x67 magnification but its almost impossible to hold the camera steady and even if you do, photos are very grainy. Don't say you havent been warned.

    Pictures are clear and sharp and colours are true and vibrant.
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    42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Kaygee on 8 Nov 2011
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    Only had this a couple of days but have found it a very capable little camera in most situations. I had seen some professional reviews claiming this produced quite brilliant photos but then a couple of user reviews that dismissed them as rubbish. I found the photos to be stunningly clear and vivid. They have little noise, strong colours, good contrast and very little fringing at the margins of light and dark but there was occasionally some vignetting with a little darkness in the corners. Macros came out well and the 10x optical zoom certainly gave me access to shots I would have missed with my old 3x compact.

    I think the discrepency lies with the fact that it uses quite aggressive noise reduction which means that noise doesn't creep into photos until quite high ISO ratings. But, if you blow the photos up to a size where you can see pixel for pixel then you see an almost impressionistic painterly effect on areas of texture such as grass. But then why would you do this with 14 million pixel resolution - you should never need to blow it up this big. The extra pixels help to give smoother lines and subtle gradations of colour. Shown on a 46" 1080 TV screen the photos look great, the same would apply if you show them on a photo sharing site because no-one is going to view them on a 14M Pixel screen and I imagine they would print out at A4 size without a problem. If you want better you should go for a DSLR with a bigger sensor (and the big heavy expensive lenses) but that's like comparing a Fiat with a Ferrari.

    The first time I was playing with it in the house the battery did seem to drain quickly but possibly this was due to leaving on it whilst fiddling with the menus and taking several flash photos.
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    110 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Purple Ferret VINE VOICE on 7 July 2011
    Colour Name: Blue
    As with some others reviewing this product, I own a DLSR as a "main camera" and bought this to carry around every day when I don't want all the kit and caboodle of a full set up.

    I've been very impressed with it. It offers a good level of flexibility with plenty of shooting modes, or you can set it to a "fully automatic" setting where it will do all the work for you... just press the button. Talking points are : the "panoramic" photo feature, where the camera will "magically" join three landscape shots together to form a panoramic shot, and the Face Recognition system (that's "recognition" not just face detection) where the camera will pick out the faces of your loved ones from the crowd and help you organise you exposures accordingly... well that's the claim!

    Results have been more than satisfactory for a compact in this price range... I would go as far as to say that they are excellent in most conditions. The 10x zoom is a nice feature for this money, and build quality seems robust. Pictures can appear a little grainy in low light conditions - but hey, we're talking about a sub £[] compact here, and if you read the reviews of many premium compacts (e.g. Panasonic Lumix TZ20 - which is considered a good camera at nearly twice the price) the criticism is just the same (as indeed is much of the functionality).

    I don't really have any gripes... perhaps the positioning of the mode dial means that it is easily knocked out of place when removing the camera from a case, but that's about it really.

    All in all a "little cracker" for the money in my book. I can also recommend the relevant Fuji leather case which is not supplied with the camera sadly, but worth the small extra investment to keep things looking shiny.
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