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: This is an excellent low priced camera. It has all the features of a much more expensive camera. It takes great pictures in all kinds of lighting. I would recommend this camera to anyone looking for a great point and shoot camera.
Summary: I've had good luck in the past with Fuji F20 and F45 cameras. The F100fd looked to me like an F45 with more zoom and image stabilization; an attractive package. The camera is just that. It takes dependably good pictures in Auto and Manual modes.
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: The more I use this camera the more I like it. I consistently get great pictures at ISO 800. The picture quality is not as good as my old F20 at ISO 800, but it does compete at ISO 400 when assisted with the image stabilization. There is no problem with purple fringing.
Summary: I had been a Sony digital camera enthusiast for many years. Then while at work, I had purchased a Fujifilm FinePix for one of the guys for out in the field. I tried it to take pics of my jewelery and was immediately hooked on the quality of the camera and the ease of use.