Play, Edit, and Print Functions
LCD Monitor: The FujiFilm FinePix S200 EXR digital camera
features a 2.7", 230k pixel, amorphous silicon TFT color LCD monitor with a
frame coverage of approximately 100%. The 2.7", 230,000-dot LCD monitor
assures a sharp, brilliant view. The wide viewing angle of up to 160°, both
vertically and horizontally, keeps the image visible when holding the camera at
various angles, and is equally convenient for playing back images and viewing
menus. The LCD monitor features adjustable
Electronic Viewfinder: The camera's 0.2", 200k pixel reflect-type
color electronic viewfinder provides 100% frame coverage and the same
information as the LCD monitor. The viewfinder can be used when bright lighting
conditions make the display in the monitor difficult to see. The camera is
equipped with a diopter adjustment to accommodate individual differences in
Super CCD EXR Sensor: The 1/1.6-inch, 12.0 million pixel Super
CCD EXR provides superior picture quality, enabling a "3-in-1" sensor combination of
Fine Capture Technology (High Resolution), Pixel Fusion Technology (High
Sensitivity & Low Noise), and Dual Capture Technology (Wide Dynamic Range). With
an innovative color filter array and image processing technology, the EXR
ensures an advanced reproduction in imaging with exceptionally balanced quality.
FujiFilm EXR Processor: To achieve true image quality, the
S200 EXR processor employs an advanced electric charge to control the output
from the Super CCD EXR sensor. This simultaneously minimizes all forms of noise
while allowing more natural colors, higher resolution, and quicker processing.
This technology also makes possible rapid continuous shooting and the new Multi
Frame technology that allows the S200 EXR to automatically align a number of
separate exposures into one image.
14.3 Optical Zoom Fujinon Lens: Specifically designed to deliver maximum image quality to the Super CCD EXR sensor, the 14.3x zoom lens offers a massive range from 30.5mm wide angle to
436mm telephoto (35mm camera equivalents). The 14.3x zoom lens designed for the
S200 EXR comprises 13 elements in 10 groups including aspherical and
low-dispersion glass elements. The aspherical elements ensure low distortion and
superior light-gathering abilities, for outstanding performance despite the
relatively small number of elements. The low-dispersion glass elements meanwhile
minimize the optical aberrations that cause color smearing and fringing when
shooting at longer focal lengths. The result is high resolution and outstanding
overall imaging performance throughout the entire zoom range. A number of the
elements also employ multi-coating technology to reduce reflections, minimizing
ghosting and flare.
Digital Zoom: The FujiFilm FinePix S200 EXR also offers a 2x digital
zoom for a total zoom of 28.6x.
Dust-Free Lens w/ Body Integration: The camera's lens and body are
structurally integrated, preventing the entry of dust and debris. That means the
sensor and other internal components remain clean and maintenance-free.
Lens-Shift Image Stabilization: To minimize the effect of camera
shake, especially at longer focal lengths, a lens-shift image stabilization
system is incorporated. The sensor automatically detects small movements of the
camera and then corrects them by shifting the lens group in the optical path.
This system allows vibration-free handheld shooting at slower shutter speeds
than normally possible.
Compatible Media: The camera is equipped with an internal
47MB flash memory for capturing still images or movies. In addition, the FinePix
S200 EXR features a memory card slot which allows the use of SD (512MB-2GB) or SDHC (4GB-16GB). You can copy pictures between the
internal memory and a memory card.
Image Size And Capacity: The S200 EXR
offers nine JPEG still image sizes (resolutions) to choose from; three each in
the 4:3, 3:2, and 16:9 aspect ratios. The image quality is then set to Fine (low
compression) or Normal (high compression). You can also record still images in
the RAW (uncompressed) format or RAW+JPEG. In addition, there are two
motion-JPEG movie sizes, both 4:3 aspect ratio. The following
tables show a sample of the number of pictures and recording times available for
||Aspect Ratio/Still Image
|4000 x 3000
||2816 x 2112
||2048 x 1536
||4000 x 2664
||2816 x 1864
||2048 x 1360
||4000 x 2248
||2816 x 1584
||1920 x 1080
||4000 x 3000
|SD Card: 2GB
|640 x 480 (30 fps)
||320 x 240 (30 fps)
|Internal Memory: 47MB
|SD Card: 2GB
|SDHC Card: 4GB
Note: Individual movies cannot exceed 2GB,
regardless of capacity of memory card.
Shooting Modes: The FujiFilm FinePix S200 EXR offers various shooting
- Single Shot: A single image is captured with each press of the
camera's shutter button.
- High-Speed Continuous Shooting: To ensure you will never miss the
decisive moment, you can shoot continuously at full 12 megapixel resolution
up to 6 frames maximum in JPEG
format or 3 frames maximum in RAW (EXR). Or choose 3 megapixel resolution for remarkable 5 frames per second for up to 24 frames. Furthermore, during playback, you can scan through up
to 10 images per second.
- Bracketing: The FinePix S200 EXR has three bracketing functions
useful for high-level photography.
- Film Simulation: One press of the shutter produces three
images of PROVIA, Velvia and ASTIA modes.
- Dynamic Range: One press of the shutter produces three images
in a different dynamic range (100%, 200%, 400%).
- Auto Exposure: Continuous capture of three frames with
exposure range of up to ±1.0EV.
- Self-Timer: The camera offers a ten-second timer that allows
the photographer to appear in his or her own photographs and a two-second timer
that can be used to avoid blur cause by the camera moving when the shutter
button is pressed.
Focus Range: The digital camera offers a normal focusing range of 1.6' to infinity (wide angle)
and 8.2' to infinity (telephoto). In Quick AF mode, the focusing range of the
camera is 6.6' to infinity (wide angle) and 16.4' to infinity (telephoto). For
close-ups, you can use the Macro mode with a focusing range of 0.3' to 9.8' at wide angle and 3' to
9.8' at telephoto. For extreme close-ups, you can use the Super Macro mode with
a focusing range of 0.4" to 3.3'.
Focus Modes: The FujiFilm FinePix S200 EXR offers automatic and manual
- Auto-Focus: The S200 EXR offers three auto-focus mode.
- AF-S (Single): Focus locks while the shutter button is
pressed halfway; choose for stationary subjects.
- AF-Co (Continuous): The camera continually adjusts focus to
reflect changes in the distance to the subject even when the shutter
button is not pressed halfway; choose for moving objects.
- AF-Ce (Center): If the Intelligent Face Detection feature is
on, the camera will continually adjust focus for the selected face
- Manual Focus: Focus manually using the camera's focus ring. Rotate
the ring left to reduce the focus distance, right to increase it. The manual
focus indicator indicates how closely the focus distance matches the
distance to the subject in the focus brackets. Choose manual control of
focus in situations in which the camera is unable to focus properly using
AF Area Mode: This option controls how the camera selects
the auto focus area. Regardless of the option selected, the camera will focus on
the subject in the center of the monitor when macro mode is on.
- Center: The camera focuses on the subject in the center
of the frame. This option can be used with focus lock.
- Multi: When the shutter button is pressed halfway, the
camera detects high-contrast subject near the center of the frame and
selects the focus area automatically.
- Manual: The focus position can be chosen manually.
AF/AE Lock: Use AF/AE Lock to guarantee best result when
shooting a subject that is not suited for auto-focusing; such as very shiny
objects, fast moving subjects, or off center subjects.
AF-Assist Illuminator: In dimly lit conditions the AF-Assist
Illuminator helps the auto focus system when pressing the shutter button of the
camera down halfway.
Face Detection With Auto Red Eye Removal: The S200 EXR features
Intelligent Face Detection which identifies human subjects' faces anywhere in the
frame and determines the optimal focus and exposure settings for best results.
Additionally the intelligent software algorithms can detect red-eye and correct
it in-camera. Red-eye removal can be turned on or off.
Intelligent Flash: When the flash is used, the camera's
Intelligent Flash system instantly analyzes the scene based on such factors as
the brightness of the subject, its position in the frame, and its distance from
the camera. Flash output and sensitivity are adjusted to ensure that the main
subject is correctly exposed while preserving the effects of ambient background
lighting, even in dimly-lit indoor scenes. The camera's built-in flash has a
range of 1' to 23.6' at wide angle and 3' to 12.5' at telephoto. The S200 EXR
features the following Flash modes.
- Auto: the flash fires when required;
recommended for most situations
- Forced Flash: the flash fires whenever
a picture is taken
- Flash Off: flash does not fire even
when the subject is poorly lit
- Slow Sync: capture both the main
subject and the background in low light
Note: If Auto Red Eye Removal is turned
on, it will activate in Auto, Forced Flash, and Slow Sync
Exposure Modes: The camera offers various auto, scene, and
manual exposure modes to choose from according to the scene or type of subject
you are shooting:
- Manual: Allows you to manually adjust detail settings
of the camera; in this mode you choose both shutter speed and aperture
- Program Auto: An automatic mode to specify the settings except
for the shutter speed and aperture setting.
- Aperture Priority Auto: An automatic mode to set the aperture.
- Shutter Priority Auto: An automatic mode to set the shutter
- Auto: For easy point-and-shoot style
photography with crisp, clear snapshots.
EXR Priority: With EXR Priority, you can manually switch the sensor to
one of three capture modes. Just like your eye prioritizes different functions
for optimal viewing of different scenes, each EXR mode uses a different approach
to change how the sensor captures the image.
- High Resolution: Just as your eye sees the finest detail in
bright conditions, Resolution Priority uses the full 12 megapixel
resolution of the unique EXR array to reproduce the smallest detail in
bright beautiful color.
- Wide Dynamic Range: Just as your eye sees the full range of
shadows to highlights in high-contrast scenes, D-range Priority
simultaneously captures two images to produce a single image with Wide
Dynamic Range up to 800%, revealing subtleties in shadow and eliminating
washout of the bright areas.
- High Sensitivity & Low Noise: Just as your eye strives to make dark
scenes as bright and detailed as possible, High
ISO & Low Noise Priority takes advantage of high sensitivity and
FinePix's original pixel binning technology to capture the subject with
exceptional brightness and minimal noise.
- EXR Auto: The camera automatically sets the scene mode
based on the subject and shooting conditions -Portrait (for soft-toned portraits with natural skin tones), Landscape (for crisp, clear daylight shots for buildings and landscapes), Night (for a poorly lit landscape), Macro (close subject), Back-lit Portrait (use when your portrait subject is back-lit), Night Portrait (use when your portrait subject poorly lit).
- Multi-Frame Composition: With the new Multi Frame feature, just
press the shutter once and the camera automatically takes a rapid series of
exposures, analyzes them, and then aligns them to produce a single frame. In
this camera, the Multi Frame technology plays a role in two new shooting
- Pro Focus Mode: This focus-bracketing mode emulates the gentle, out-of-focus
background look of a DSLR when shooting portraits or macro subjects. A single press of the shutter
first takes an exposure focused on the main subject, then additional
exposures at different focus points. This produces a final image emphasizing
the sharply focused subject against a soft, out-of-focus background.
- Pro Low-Light Mode: Ideal for shooting non-moving subjects in low light, this mode
automatically takes a series of four high-sensitivity & low-noise exposures
and then combines them into an image with less noise than the single
- Scene Position Modes: Choose a scene suited for the
subject or shooting condition and the camera will do the rest.
- Natural & Flash (Dual Shot Mode): In
this mode, the camera takes two shots each time the shutter
button is pressed: one without the flash to preserve natural
lighting, followed immediately by a second shot with the flash. The result
is a new level of image clarity at high ISOs
- Natural Light: This mode captures natural
light indoors, under low light or where the flash cannot be
used. The flash turns off and sensitivity is raised to reduce
- Portrait: Mode for photography to reproduce
natural skin tones.
- Portrait Enhancer: Enables automatic
enhancements of skin tone.
- Landscape: Best for shooting scenery in
daylight capturing clear and sharp shots of buildings and mountains
- Sport: A quick recognition of persons in motion or
objects for a faster shutter speed to help you catch the perfect moment.
- Night: Mode for shooting evening and night
scenes. A picture is taken with a slow shutter.
- Night (tripod): Clear shots of twilight scenes
- Fireworks: Effective for taking shots of fireworks
with a slow shutter speed.
- Sunset: Capture sunset scenes vivid in color.
- Snow: Most adaptable to snow scenes without
unnatural darkened images or where the whole screen appears white.
- Beach: Clear shots of people without
darkened images under strong sunlight.
- Flower: Capture clear close-up shots of
blooming flowers rich in color.
- Text: Clear shots of letters on a document or white
- C1/C2: Allows presets to shooting mode with user's preference.
Movie Mode: Use this mode to record Motion JPEG movies with
monaural sound. You must zoom before shooting because you cannot zoom while
shooting. Two movie quality selections are available: 320 x 240 for longer
movies and 640 x 480 for better quality. The frame rate is 30 frames per second.
You can shoot a movie until the file reaches a maximum size of 2 GB.
Film Simulation: You can simulate the distinctive look of
five different types of film with the touch of a button. Modeled on these
- Provia/Standard: Standard color
reproduction; suited to a wide range of subjects.
- Velvia/Vivid: A high contrast
palette of saturated colors; suited to nature
- Astia/Soft: A soft toned palette
of less saturated colors.
- B&W: Black and white.
- Sepia: Create a sense of nostalgia
with the warm brown antique tones of Sepia.
Exposure Compensation: You can use exposure compensation
when photographing very bright, very dark, or high-contrast subjects. The
camera's exposure compensation can be adjusted from -2 EV to +2 EV in increments
Shutter Speeds (1/4000-30 secs):
The S200 EXR gives you a choice of shutter speeds from 1/4000 second to 30
seconds, all with a shutter lag of no more than approximately 0.01 seconds. You
also have access to a wide range of ISO sensitivities, as well as an aperture range of f/2.8 - f/11 in 1/3EV
ISO: This function controls the camera's sensitivity
to light; higher values can be used to reduce blur when lighting is poor. The
digital camera's sensitivity can be set to ISO 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200,
6400 (Medium or Small images), 12,800 (Small images only), Auto, Auto (400),
Auto (800), Auto (1600) or Auto (3200).
Metering Mode: The S200 EXR digital camera offers 256-segment
TTL (through the lens) metering with three metering modes: Multi, Spot, and
- Multi: Automatic scene recognition is used to adjust exposure for
a wide range of shooting conditions.
- Spot: The camera meters lighting conditions at the center of the
frame. Recommended when the background is brighter or darker than the main
- Average: Exposure is set to the average for the entire frame.
Provides consistent exposure across multiple shots with the same lighting,
and is particularly effective for landscapes and portraits of subjects
dressed in black or white.
White Balance: You can use the camera's White Balance settings
to obtain images with natural colors no matter the light source. Choose from Auto,
Custom, Direct Sunlight, Shade, Daylight fluorescent, Warm white fluorescent, Cool
white fluorescent, Incandescent, or Underwater lighting.
Nose Reduction: The camera's Noise Reduction Control gives you a
choice of three levels of noise reduction: Normal (for standard noise
reduction), Hard (for maximum suppression of noise), and Soft (when resolution
is a priority).
Histogram: The Histogram shows the distribution of tones in the image.
Brightness is shown by the horizontal axis and the number of pixels by the
Time Difference: When traveling, use this feature to switch
the camera' clock instantly from your home's time zone to the local time at your
Play, Edit, and Print Functions
Auto Image Display: The camera can display pictures in the
LCD monitor after shooting. Pictures can be displayed for 1.5 seconds, 3
seconds, or until the Menu/OK button is pressed.
Multi-Frame Playback: In addition to single frame playback,
the camera allows you to view 2, 9, or 100 images at once on the LCD monitor.
Slide Show Playback: You can view still pictures in an
automated slide-show on the camera's LCD monitor with selectable transition
effects: Normal, Fade in, Intelligent Face Detection (zooms in on faces),
and Multiple images.
Sort-By-Date: You can choose this function to view pictures
taken on a selected date.
Playback Zoom: This function allows you to zoom in on images
displayed in single-frame playback. Once the image is zoomed in, you can pan
through the image horizontally and vertically.
Editing: The S200 EXR offers
the following editing functions.
- Red Eye Removal: You can create and save copies of images
with reduced red eye.
- Crop: You can create cropped copies of your original recorded
- Resize: You can create small copies of your original recorded
- Image Rotate: By default, pictures taken in tall orientation
are displayed in wide orientation. Use this option to display pictures in the
correct orientation on the camera's LCD monitor. Images can be rotated clockwise
or counterclockwise in 90° increments.
- Copy: Copy pictures between internal memory and an inserted
SD/SDHC memory card.
- Voice Memo: This function allows you to add a 30 second
voice memo to a still picture recording. Voice memos are recoded as PCM-format
WAV files. Volume of the camera's built-in speaker can be adjusted while playing
back voice memos.
Erase/Protect: You can delete unwanted still pictures and
movies, increasing the amount of space available on the memory card or in the
camera's internal memory. You can erase one image at a time or all images. You
can protect specific images so they can't be deleted accidentally.
Movie Playback: You can playback movies you have recorded
on the camera on the unit's LCD monitor or viewfinder. The camera offers the
following video playback functions - Play, Pause, End playback, Fast Forward,
and Rewind. The volume of the movie can also be adjusted during playback.
TV Playback: Connect the camera to your television using
the included composite video/mono RCA audio cable for playback of still images and movies
on your TV screen.
PictBridge Compatible: The S200 EXR camera is PictBridge
compatible and can be connected directly to a PictBridge compatible printer
via USB so you can print pictures without being connected to or having to copy
pictures to a computer.
DPOF Compatible: DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is a
standard which allows pictures to be printed from "print orders"
stores in the internal memory of the camera or on a memory card. The information
in the order includes the pictures to be printed and the number of copies of
Battery: The FujiFilm S200 EXR digital camera operates using
the supplied NP-140 rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery. The battery is charged in
the supplied BC-140 battery charger. The NP-140 has a battery life of
approximately 370 shots. The NP-140 battery takes approximately 110 minutes to
fully charge using the included battery charger.
Auto Power Off: When this function is active and the camera
remains unused for 2 or 5 minutes, it automatically turns itself off.
Optional AC Adapter: The S200 EXR is compatible with
FujiFilm's AC-84V AC power adapter (sold separately).
FinePixViewer Software: The supplied FinePixViewer software
can be used to copy JPEG pictures to a computer where they can be stored, viewed,
organized, and printed. On the supplied disc, there are two versions of the
software: Version 5.5 for Windows and Version 3.6 for Mac OS X 10.3-10.5.
System Requirements: Your computer will need to meet the
following system requirements:
XP Professional (SP 2 or later)
XP Home Edition (SP 2 or later)
2000 Professional (SP 4 or later)
|Mac OS X (version 10.3.9 to 10.5)
||Vista: 800 MHz Pentium
4 or better
(3 GHz Pentium 4 or better recommended)
XP: 800 MHz Pentium 4 or better
(2 GHz Pentium 4 or better recommended)
2000: 200 MHz Pentium or better
|Power PC or Intel CPU
||Vista: 512 MB or more
(1 GB min recommended)
XP: 512 MB or more
2000: 128 MB or more
|256 MB minimum
|Free Disk Space
||450 MB minimum required for installation, 600 MB
needed when FinePixViewer is running (15 GB or more
recommended for Vista, 2 GB or more recommended for XP)
||200 MB minimum required for installation
400 MB minimum required when FinePixViewer is running
||800 x 600 pixels or more with 16-bit color or
(1,024 x 768 or more with 32-bit color recommended)
|800 x 600 pixels or more with thousands of colors or
||Built-in USB port
Internet connection (56 kbps or faster)
Note: RAW still image files captured by the S200 EXR
cannot be transferred to your PC using FinePixViewer software
included in this CD-ROM. Updater of FinePixViewer for transfer of
RAW still image files to your PC will be available November, 2009