Summary: Our family has had about 6 or 7 of these through the years. The only reason we had to get rid of any is because we dropped them. I love these cameras. They take GREAT pictures. This a good camera for children also.
Summary: Fujifilm FinePix have always been great cameras..take sharp clear pictures and are rugged..the earlier models tended to eat up the batteries..so I always had an extra set of rechargeable batteries on hand overall it is an easy camera to operate with great results and would recommend any Fujifilm FinePic camera especially this model.
Summary: Good: 1. 3 megapixels for high quality photos 2. lightweight 3. fast response time, a good camera for point and shoot. 4. can record pretty high quality videos 5. both optical and digital zoom 6. very nice white balance (especially indoors) 7. only needs 2 AA batteries. Bad: 1. blurs easily indoors without proper/bright lighting.
Summary: While the interface of the camera is professional looking, and the overall appearance of the camera is aesthetically pleasing, I was very disappointed with this camera. I noticed that the quality of the prints were very inferior to those taken by my friend's Nikkon Coolpix 3.2 mega pixel model. In addition, it was very hard to find a place to develop pictures, as most novice camera stores (and even some professional ones!
Summary: This camera is great. I recieved one from my parents for my birthday. The only things I can complain about are: there is no AC adapter included (with mine atleast) and the flash takes a while to charge, and the camera LOVES to use the flash if you let it. It's always good to have extras... so here are a couple of things that might enhance the camera... or anycamera for that matter. 1) Bigger memory card. I have a 64MB chip in mine.
Summary: this is my first digital,and I plan to keep it for a long while. I've owned film cameras for years and they are just fine. this little camera is the right size. Do work with the light however. forget the movie part. I would venture out and say this a303 is under rated. once you fiqure it out, your turn out of photo's will have you saying oh yeah I took those.
Summary: this is my second Fuji purchase. Earlier one was Fuji 2600. The advantages - 1) a great 3MP below $200 2) 3 modes of operation - still, movie (minus sound) and web (saves another $50 for equivalent quality web camera) 3) small and light there are many more, i'll get tried if I satrt writing them all. If you want a digital camera go for this one. no doubt about it. Its the full value for money.
Summary: This is my 3rd digital camera and I couldn't be happier. The last two were both Olympus. Pro's: Small and lightweight, fast reaction time loading images on LCD, fast reaction when turning cam on and off, very simple to use, built-in flash (as opposed to flip up), and new XD card technology. The complaints about the "cheap plastic" feel really don't bother me since I prefer to have a lightweight camera. Cons: No sound on video, fast battery drainage (get rechargeables).
Summary: Is a wonderful camera! My girlfriend has one and she took her XD card to a photo place and had some pictures printed out, and printed her own on quality paper and you could not tell the difference. If you read the manual that comes with it you can figure out the best settings for the flash and everything else. Would really recommend this camera to anyone.