Summary: This was my 3rd 2650 camera. I purchased the last 2 used. The camera takes pictures that are "what you see, is what you get" I have 4 other more expensive cameras. I use the 2650 for close ups and early morning, late evening shots. Excellent inexpensive camera.
Summary: my daughter loves taking pictures with it. There was no disc that came with it. i see that all the other fujis that are sold do come with a disc. she went to download pics into her computer and it wouldn't but luckily it does to mine. the pictures are nice and she enjoys it very much. Next time i will look more carefully and ask if disc is included.
Summary: I bought it because my camera was not working properly.,, I like it as it looks like it will be easy to use.,,, no dislikes about it but I had to buy a special memory card as it wasn't the same as my original camera .. the new card was from "china" and it didn't come for a month. Yes I would buy this type of camera again.
Excerpt: The Fuji Finepix 2650 is a fantastic camera for the price. It’s not a new camera anymore and you can probably purchase it online at various sellers for under $200. (I got mine off of EBAY. Not sure if that counts!
Summary: I am sorry to say this but the Fuji 2650 is a very poor camera. It should be recalled and taken off the market. 1. The 2650 is only good for outdoor daylight posed shots or indoor posed shots within 8 feet due to a feeble flash and poor low light picture taking ability. 2. The time delay between pushing the button and the shutter snap is so unacceptably slow that you will always miss the candid shot. 3.
Summary: I just got my FinePix 2650 from Amazon yesterday, and I'm delighted. It has far exceeded my expectations. For a budget camera, the photo quality is excellent. This camera is so easy to use that I was taking pictures of my family within about 2 minutes of opening the box. I hadn't even read the manual yet, but everything seemed so intuitive, even for a newbie like me. The pictures were sharp and clear, and my family was thrilled.
Summary: I finally took the digital plunge and bought the Finepix 2650. This camera is nearly everything I wanted in a digital camera. The software loads and works with ease. The pictures are very good even in the lowest resolution. The colors are very natural. The price was affordable. As a place to get started in digital photography this is a good choice. I would suggest resisting the urge to buy a larger picture card with the initial purchase of the camera.
Summary: After looking around for a while, I decided on the Fuji 2650. I am really impressed with the quality of the pictures! I compared it to the Olympus and Canon same quality models, and the Fuji won hands down. The Fuji, although slightly bulkier, is sturdier. I accidently dropped it, to my horror, within a couple hours of opening it and it didn't phase the camera. I did have to adjust the brightness level for the LCD screen to display pictures properly.
Great Photos and Fantastic Optics - Proprietary Memory
29 December 2002
Summary: After owning two Olympus digital cameras, I thought I'd try a Fuji to compare optics and image quality. Right out of the box, I noticed the bulky size of the camera. I have an Olympus 520 which is really compact and easily fits into a pocket. The Fuji is twice as thick, and barely fits into a pocket. The built-in flash is great, and has a really fast recharge time while using only 2 AA batteries.