Summary: I've used this camera for nearly five years and absolutely love it! It's great for carting around anywhere you want to capture excellent images with a convenient point-and-shoot camera. Mine has been all over the world and has taken amazing photos, sometimes even better ones than my expensive, professional camera. And after a lot of hard work (more than 20K shots), a lot of miles and trips, the Fujifilm Finepix E900 still works great.
E900 - good value for the creative P&S photographer
3 July 2010
Summary: This is a 2005-2006 "advanced-user" P&S camera. Think of it as a bargain version of Canon G11. It has a live histogram, full manual controls, auto-bracketing, and it can shoot RAW. Its powered by 2-AA batteries (use Sanyo Eneloop or similar) you might only get 200 shots from one set, but not having proprietary batteries is a great thing.
Summary: This camera takes a little time to get to know. You can use it almost immediately for point and shoot, but once you venture into all the features, it is time well spent. Be sure to load the software onto your computer BEFORE you try to download the pictures for the first time.
Summary: Excellent camera but I would like to say more is how satisfied I am with Amazon and Camera Stocker Inc. both are first class to buy from. I would not hesitate a moment to buy from again and again. Thank you very much.
Summary: I'm a huge fan of Fuji's sharpness and color reproduction (at least to my eyes)but as many of the reviews have stated it has its problems too. It has a pretty big CCD compared to many of the other cameras in its class which a huge plus. My biggest complaint with this camera is with the Flash, and its kid of silly. A pop up flash is Okay but there is no Flash on/off feature so if I want to disable the flash during a shot I have to push the whole flash back down.