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Fujifilm Finepix S2500HD - Test Shots - Exposure Evaluation

By Matt Tuffin



Our Score:


Here are some general test shots to help evaluate the camera's overall image quality, including dynamic range, colour rendition and the zoom range of the lens. Some pictures may be clicked to download the full size original image.


Fujifilm Finepix S2500HD test photo

The wide angle is equivalent to 28mm. Download size 2.7MB.


Fujifilm Finepix S2500HD test photo

The telephoto end is equivalent to 420mm. Download size 2.65MB.


Overall Score


Scores In Detail

  • Value 8
  • Image Quality 7
  • Build Quality 9


June 18, 2010, 8:54 pm

Nicely judged review: 7/10 on Image Quality and 7/10 overall is an excellent start. Why did Fuji, who can produce far better image quality, bother developing this one? Likewise, why did they bother with those huge ISO possibilities at all?

I don't own a Fuji, and have not done so for many years, but I always thought a Fuji would be a dead cert for good Image Quality for the money. From now on I will be much more careful before advising the purchase of a Fuji before you review it.

Painful point: The English of this review is awful. That's as new to me as is poor IQ/money on a Fuji. We each have bad day's and writing have it's pit-falls... But that takes little away from such a useful review.

Tom MacFarlane

June 18, 2010, 10:04 pm

Just a quick point: aperture priority only offers two setting: f2.8 and f8, which I felt was a con.

Chris 14

June 20, 2010, 9:01 am

Something tells me this is a poor translation of a poor review originally written in German. Am I close? And Matt's job was to knock the sentences into some kind of order just to prevent them being pure garbage?


December 25, 2010, 9:27 pm


I agree poor English is annoying, to that end, I think you mean "We each have bad days and writing has its pitfalls…" lol

Judge not eh?

Was going to get this camera, but I think I'm gonna go for the Panasonic FZ38 as there doesn't seem to be any camera that can beat its picture quality.

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