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.
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.
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!) This is a very durable digital camera that comes …
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.
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.
Summary: We have had this camera a year now and love it more every day. I too was worried about the 2 mp but you would never know it. It has replaced our $400 35mm and takes as good of shots. Printing has been outstanding up to 8x10.
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.
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.