Summary: This was my first digital camera. I won't describe the pros and cons of this model as other reviewers have covered this ground already. I used it for over 2 years with no problems, then the front lens became loose. The reason for the failure was evident upon disassembly.
Summary: Didn't want to take my good camera to New Orleans but wanted good touristy photos...I used to own one of these so I already had a huge memory card for it, then grabbed this one. Did the job. Great pics for an older little camera!
Summary: Easy to use __ images are high enough quality and proper file type to use on "buy and sell" type websites __ the built in lens cover is a good feature __ I've uploaded images using the USB cable or an XD Card reader (Picture Card is easily removed and reinstalled) __ Thanks, M.C.
Summary: I thought this would be a good starter phone for my nephew, but when I put batteries in it and tried to take a picture, the screen would go blank. I had to turn it at an angle in order to take the picture. It would've been a great camera, had it worked correctly.
Summary: I owned a new Fujifilm 2650 and after 4 - 5 years and probably 8 - 10 drops, the display quit working, so I purchased another "portable" camera along with an expensive, not so portable one. My inexpensive "portable" camera is good and corrects lighting, exposure, etc.
I've had good luck with mine; works well for what it is.
Bill K, Amazon
11 February 2011
Summary: I got my Fuji Finepix 2650 in 2002 or so. Previous to this, I'd been a 35mm SLR shooter, but I needed a digital for online auction photos and this one, when I checked it out in stores, seemed to be able to focus down to about 4-5 inches, so I got one.