The Toy Camera filter mode acts predictably, boosting saturation and darkening the edges.
The flowers here are clearly in focus and the background is nicely blurred. Shadow detail is retained while keeping white tones true to life.
Foreground detail is crisp, while the rest of the flower blends nicely into the background.
If you've got a steady hand, the Fuji S8200's impressive zoom can capture even distant moving objects.
While you can focus crisply at the long range of the lens, background objects can appear a little flat.
Even on this complexly-lit birdhouse, the camera manages to maintain good shadow detail while avoiding blowing out highlights.
Even with this complex and busy subject, a good range of detail is visible at both the centre and sides of the frame.
Colour reproduction is vivid and clear in both high and low light areas of this image.
While capable of attractive depth of field, the camera's sensor struggles to evenly balance lighting on bright subjects.
Well lit subjects are clear and bright, with good colour reproduction.
Detail is good across the entire frame, with very little chromatic aberration.
The Fuji S8200's impressive zoom range enables you to get up close and personal without spooking wild animals.
The 40x zoom offers a jaw-dropping range of view, from ultra wide to very, very close. That said, you can expect to lose a little definition the further you zoom in.