The Fuji Finepix S200EXR is an advanced digital camera with a number of features only found on a small number of other Fuji digital cameras. The basic specification includes a 12 megapixel sensor and a 14.3x optical zoom lens. As you dig deeper you will find a set of manual exposure controls including aperture priority and shutter priority. Manual focusing is available too. You can also save your photos in RAW mode.
When it comes to handling there are a number of similarities between the Finepix S200EXR and a Digital SLR. Zoom is controlled by a twisting lens barrel and manual focus is set in the same manner. There are a number of quick access buttons on the top, back and side of the camera. These are used in conjunction with a selection wheel to speed up the process of changing key settings.
The EXR part of the camera name relates to further technology that marks the Finepix S200EXR out as something different to the competition. The EXR mode gives you access to functions that help to increase the amount of detail shown in light and dark areas of a photo. Other settings can help to decrease noise. You also need to be aware that for these features to work the resolution you shoot at is halved. There is also a Pro Focus setting that throws the background of a shot out of focus in order to highlight the main subject of a picture.