Summary: If a company is going to manufacture a very easy to use, camera that's aimed exclusively at beginning photographers, it might as well carry a very low price, too. As my review of the FinePix A220 digital camera shows, Fujifilm did exactly that with this camera. The A220 (which is called the A225 in some countries) doesn't carry any advanced features, outside of its 12.2 megapixels of .
Pros: Very low price, Good for beginning photographers, Runs from two AA batteries, which is handy for beginner camera, Very few buttons means confusion is minimal, You can temporarily increase LCD's brightness
Cons: Overall performance could be better, Menu structure is cumbersome; choosing settings should be easier, Macro focus is poor, Zoom moves slowly, No 16:9/HD ratio shooting option