Fuji’s latest travel compact camera is feature-packed and, at around £200, is affordable, too. Tim Coleman tests the FinePix F600EXR

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Fujifilm FinePix F600EXR

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Fujifilm FinePix F600EXR review


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The Fujifilm FinePix F600EXR is a great all-purpose camera, packed with useful features and shooting modes for travel photographers. There is little reason for F550EXR owners to upgrade to the F600EXR, though, and those considering the two may want to opt for the F550EXR, which is around £20 cheaper. However, this is a great compact travel camera and will not disappoint.


White Balance:Auto WB, 7 presets including underwater, custom
Memory Card:SDHC, SDXC, SD
Output Size:4608x3456 pixels
LCD:3in LCD with 460,000 dots
Sensor:1/2in (6.4x4.8mm), 16-million-pixel, EXR CMOS sensor
Weight:220g (including card and battery)
Exposure Modes:PASM, EXR (auto, SN, HR and DR), advanced (pro low light, pro focus, motion panorama 360°, 18 scenes and auto AF modes Centre, multi, tracking
Power:Rechargeable Li-Ion NP50 (300 shots)
File Format:Raw (RAF), JPEG compression: Fine/ Standard
Lens:15x zoom Fujinon lens, 24-360mm (effective) f/3.5-5.3
Shutter Speeds:8-1/2000sec
ISO:100-3200 (extended to ISO 6400 and 12,800)
Focusing Modes:Single, continuous
Metering System:256-zone multi-segment, spot, average
  1. 1. Features
  2. 2. Build and handling
  3. 3. Performance
  4. 4. Resolution, Noise & Dynamic Range
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