Summary: I've had this camera for quite a few years and still greatly dislike it. It's compact, but that's about all I can say. It's my fourth Fuji, and one of the worst. Don't even think about trying to take pics in a low-light situation, such as a graduation in an auditorium.
Summary: I bought this 2 years ago on a recomendation from a photographer for its features and durability. First the zoom button started sticking once in a while, then all the time and then all in or all out.
Summary: I take pictures primarily to remember and share events. I like to enjoy the moment more than shooting for the sake of shooting. But I like great IQ too, so I want a small camera to fit in my pocket that takes great pictures when I need it in a variety of situations.
Summary: Haven't explored all of the attributes yet, but am fairly pleased with the ones I've used. I love it's ability to take photos in low light! I've run into purple banding a few times and missed a few shots (but had my Nikon P90 to cover the situation).
Summary: I am so disappointed in this camera. The size/weight/and layout is great however it takes horrible pictures. It does an OK job outside, but every picture I take inside is grainy and hard to see.
Summary: Over the past few years I've owned a Canon G2, Canon S2, Fuji S9000, a Panasonic TZ3 and now the F100fd. All of these cameras had pros and cons, but after buying the TZ3 I rapidly grew tired of the extremely poor indoor quality and noise that I actively sought out newer and smaller (compared to the...