Fujifilm Z900EXR summary
Fujifilm Z900EXR is FujiFilm's Ultracompact digital camera first revealed on April of 2011. The camera comes with a 16MP, EXRCMOS 1/2" size sensor with a max resolution of 4608 x 3456.
The Z900EXR is rated #17 out of 151 in Ultracompact cameras & over-all #662 out of 1422 for digital cameras in our list. You should try our Advanced camera filter to find camera ratings based on your personalized requirements.
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Fujifilm Z900EXR history
The Fujifilm Z900EXR has a history of related digital cameras. Here, you can check out all past and newer models alongside important specs.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Gallery
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Fujifilm Z900EXR Pros and Cons
Here is a checklist of advantages and drawbacks of the Fujifilm Z900EXR based on things which are normally considered essential in a digital camera.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Sensor information
The Fujifilm Z900EXR is powered by the EXR processor. The sensor size on the Fujifilm Z900EXR is 6.4mm x 4.8mm (1/2"). The 31 mm² sensor can capture 4608 x 3456 pixels using aspect ratios of 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9. The camera features Image Stabilization (Sensor-shift). Sensor stabilization is more desirable than digital stabilization since the latter might cause cropping.Coronavirus is affecting the sensor business
The EXRCMOS sensor has 16 megapixels and gives a standard ISO range of 100 to 3200. The ISO can be increased electronically to a maximum of 6400. Unfortunately, RAW photos are not supported therefore the user has less margin for error.
The picture underneath displays the Z900EXR's sensor size in comparison to other popular sizes. The Z900EXR sensor has a crop factor of 5.6 and is highlighted in green.Handle those 8K RED files like a boss
To get an understanding of specific aspect ratios, you can refer to the graphic below.
Fujifilm Z900EXR dimensions
Fujifilm Z900EXR weighs in at 0.33 lb (151g / 5.33 ounces) & has outer proportions of 101mm x 59mm x 18mm (4.0" x 2.3" x 0.7"). The weight of typical Ultracompact camera is 121g and the Fujifilm Z900EXR is more heavy as compared with its rivals.Photographer fined '$200,000' for failing to deliver photos
Here is a shot of the Fujifilm Z900EXR beside a soft drink to help you to get a sense of its size.
The top view just below will highlight the button arrangement on the Z900EXR.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Lens information
The Z900EXR offers an inbuilt lens having a focal range of 28-140mm giving it a 5.0 x zoom which isn't very good nevertheless it may be handy in some conditions.
At it's widest 28mm, it features an aperture of f3.9 which will be really sluggish and not good for low light conditions and you will likely find it hard to get a shallow depth of field. You could also need to raise your ISO which causes noisy images. Towards the long end, 140mm comes with f4.9 which is very slow and you would have to set slower shutter speeds.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Connectivity
The Z900EXR has the following connectivity:
- USB Yes
- HDMI Yes
Digital cameras which have NFC and Bluetooth support can easily be controlled wirelessly via smartphones. You can transfer files and in some cases change settings with no need to connect directly with the camera.
Many apps also enable a Liveview and hit the shutter if you are not near the camera. If the camera features a HDMI port, it could be connected to an external display. Many cameras enable you to recharge the battery pack with the USB port.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Video information
The max video quality on the Fujifilm Z900EXR is 1920 x 1080 and you can record in H.264 file format. 1080p quality offers a decent balance in video quality vs file size but 1080p is not going to leave you with any room to crop. The body does not have a microphone and headphone port which means that you have absolutely no control over the audio. It is perhaps best to buy an alternative model if you want better audio for your videos.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Weather Sealing
Fujifilm Z900EXR does not have environment sealing so rainy conditions may affect the camera.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Screen and Viewfinder
The Fujifilm Z900EXR comes with a 3.5 inch fixed display screen having a resolution of 460 thousand dots.
Moreover the display screen is touch friendly which means you are able to switch focus points plus change settings with your finger.Last day to get your files as Canon Irisa shuts down
The ViewFinder specs for Fujifilm Z900EXR are the following:
- ViewFinder None
For sunny outdoor conditions that make the camera displays washed out and challenging to see, viewfinders are very helpful.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Shutter information
Fujifilm Z900EXR continuous shooting rate is 3.0 frames per second. The highest shutter speed is 1/2000 sec.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Flash and Hot shoe information
Fujifilm Z900EXR features just built in flash lacking external flash support.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Autofocusing information
Fujifilm Z900EXR features only Contrast Detect Auto Focus & does not have Phase Detect Auto Focus. Phase Detection focusing is a lot faster & accurate as compared with Contrast Detect focusing. The camera comes with Face detection making it useful for taking portraits of people.
Fujifilm Z900EXR has tap to focus. You are able to use your fingers to switch where you focus. It also comes with Tracking Auto Focus for objects on the move. Fujifilm Z900EXR features manual focus if needed in low light scenarios or you want to have more exact control on focus.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Battery life
The battery pack (NP-45A) in the Fujifilm Z900EXR is built to last for 220 pictures as per the CIPA measurements making it comparable with it's competitors. The usual Ultracompact camera battery life is 214. Nikon L32 has got the maximum (320) battery life in this category of cameras.
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Fujifilm Z900EXR for varying forms of photography
The following diagram displays a rundown of the Fujifilm Z900EXR for varying forms of photography. To view more, go to the specific paragraph underneath.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Portrait photography info
The Fujifilm Z900EXR receives a score of 44 which is lousy, and means the camera is simply not good for portrait images. Photographing portraits favors greatly towards sensor dimensions, RAW support together with the potential to utilize external lighting.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Street photography info
With a nice score of 61, the Fujifilm Z900EXR is a good choice to use in street photography. A good street photography camera features a good balance of image quality and portability.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Sports photography info
A lousy sports photography score of 41 means the Fujifilm Z900EXR is simply not good for taking photos of sports. A camera needs to have good focusing and fast shutter speeds for sports photography.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Travel photography highlights
Weight is extremely important in choosing a camera for travel. All round, the Fujifilm Z900EXR gets a nice 66 for a travelling camera which makes it a good pick to take on your vacations.
Landscape photography with Fujifilm Z900EXR
For anyone planning to buy a camera for landscape photos, the most vital aspect is going to be image quality. The Fujifilm Z900EXR and it's moderate grade of 50 for a landscape camera is relatively adequate within the current market.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Vlogging information
A vlogging camera really should posses a articulating screen, microphone input and preferably IBIS. Considering every thing, the Fujifilm Z900EXR is simply not good for vlogging as it delivers a lousy score of 34.
Fujifilm Z900EXR Alternatives
If you are trying to find alternatives to the Z900EXR, below is a collection of the highest ranked cameras that fall within the class of Ultracompact.
The graph below provides you a bird's eye view of the Z900EXR vs it's top ranked competitors listed previously.
Following are additional cameras you may check out as alternative options. To read through a thorough comparison, click the "compare" link.