Summary: This camera was purchased as a replacement of my Flatfoto/PureDigital CVS&Rite-Aid camera collection. However, I will keep the comparison to a minimum. I have deleted most of the references, but a few traces remain. Bootup It turns on quickly, ready to use in 3 seconds.
Summary: My wife and I own a digital camera already, but she needed a point-and-shoot for a class she's taking. We got this camera, and after just a couple of months, it quit working. The camera comes on, and we can do everything (review pics, zoom, change menu settings) EXCEPT take a picture.
Summary: This camera is just OK for a beginners camera in terms of functionality, but for the money I would just get something better. I find it hard to get clear pictures of objects from very close proximity, and this thing uses up batteries(even high quality rechargeable ones) faster than any other device...
Summary: I got this camera for my young nephew, because I opened his mind to photography. He loves it, and has been snapping shots whenever he gets the chance. Get a 1GB SD card for it though, because the on-board memory is just not enough.
Summary: This camera takes nice pictures; however, the battery life is not that great and not too many other batteries are compatible with it. I'm not too happy about that. Also, the software is not working with my laptop, therefore, I have been unable to share pictures with others.
Excerpt: A few months ago my wife bought me the Fuji FinePix A700 Digital Camera from our local Staples. We went to Disneyworld in Orlando a few weeks ago and got an opportunity to take over 500 pictures with this camera. The picture quality is great, the camera comes with many …
Summary: The camera is fine as long as nothing goes wrong. Fuji has the worst customer service I have ever delt with. They pass you from one person to another and do everything they can not to help you. Be prepared to deal with the worst customer service in the business. I really hope this helps you.
Summary: I've had this camera for about 1 year. The worst part is it eats batteries but I think most cameras do. I solved the problem by buying rechargeable batteries. Also, they give you hardly any memory so you will have to buy memory as well.
Summary: I tried this camera because it enables you to select your own ISO level of 100, 200, or 400, rather than just "trust" the camera. However, in the course of shooting about 200 photos, half with flash, I went through five sets of AA, batteries.