Fujifilm FinePix S9200 Review

April 18, 2014 | Mark Goldstein |

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#1 Philip Metcalfe

Excellent review - I am looking to a replacement for an old “first generation” Olympus 4 MP (!!!) C-765.  This would seem to fit the bill.  Particularly like the use of AAA batteries in all forms.  Appreciate the need to use small Li-ion batteries in small compact cameras but why not utilise the hollow space in the right hand grip to accommodate standard AAAs?
I get sick of my Li-ion batteries quickly loosing their charge and spares being a disproportionate cost.  Also cameras that can only charge in situ are a pain.  With this camera you can even use standard AAA from the corner shop.
The review comments about the truncated 97% image on the LCD screen and ELV.  Personally I think this has a major advantage.  I have been caught out several times when composing a picture to fill the frame only to find that when printing border less that the edges of the shot are lost.  Although I know this I still get caught out!  The “lost” 3% will compensate for this.

9:07 am - Tuesday, April 22, 2014

#2 Philip Metcalfe

Correction to my earlier comment -  batteries should read “AA” not AAA.

9:11 am - Tuesday, April 22, 2014

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