Summary: This camera is simple to operate, takes good pictures and uses AA batteries. I would recommend it for a beginner, a child or a camera to keep in the tool box for those times when you need a camera.
Fujifilm Finepix A101 1.3 Megapixel Digital Camera
16 September 2008
Summary: The Finepix A101 is a nifty little camera. It take great quality pictures and you have the ability to change the setting either with or without flash. The camera also has the ability to shoot 20 second video clips.
Summary: The camera is very easy to use, even though I am gadget kinda guy, this camera is simple to use, good quality pictures, certain would recommend for a 1st camera, or for those who just like simplicity....
Summary: I LOVE this camera! I have owned it for almost 2 years now and use it all the time. Last Christmas I thought I wanted to upgrade so I bought a 3 megapixel Kodak camera and ended up returning it because it wasn't as good as my 1.3 megapixel Fuji.
Summary: This camera is an outstanding choice for the average snapshot photographer. Easy to set up, easy to use, and high quality pix that rival the output of cameras twice the price. At 1.3 megapixels you cannot expect to be able to make 8x10 prints, but 4x6 and 5x7 are excellent, as are pix attached to...
Summary: It is obvious that not many of you reviewing this great little camera have used digital cameras before. All digital cameras eat batteries. Period. I have a Pro Model digital camera that will suck the life out of a set of alkalines in 20 shots through the viewfinder.
Summary: I was looking for a decent but cheap camera & since this one was cheap I bought it. It gave bright, clear pictures and I had no trouble loading them onto the pc. Later, I decided to return it & get an even cheaper camera that had the same 1.3 megapixels. What a difference.