Summary: This was the 1st digital camera I bought for myself and it lasted 6 years!! I've only own two digital cameras my whole life. The previous camera I had was a gift, broke less than a year even had it fixed for free from Kodak.
Summary: Image quality right there on top with the best of them!!! This is IMO the perfect camera - - 700 shot battery life! (I did it with little flash or no flash, little lcd viewing) - light weight - unassuming! Only gripe really is lack of wide angle.
Summary: This is an excellent device. Great image quality. If mine had not somehow been afflicted with dust/tiny hairs on the sensor I'd still be using it. Fuji says they will attempt a fix for $150 but do not guarantee the outcome.
Summary: Great Little Camera for low light! Long known in Camera circles as one of the best cameras for low light pics. Would recommend to anyone wanting a small pocketable camera good for almost all occasions.
Summary: I sold this camera when I upgraded to the finepix f200exr. BIG MISTAKE! The level of detail and noise control on the new cam is still not as good as the F31fd. I mainly use this cam to take indoor pictures of people at events and parties.
Summary: This is the second F31 that I have owned and the reason I bought the second one is because it is such a great camera. I also own a Fuji F30 an F20. For low light shooting you simply cannot buy a better camera, and that includes any of the newer Fuji's.
Summary: A FinePix F31fd was purchased early 2007 new from Amazon to replace a first generation Canon digital point-and-shoot. Electronically, the Fuji product is great. The amazing battery life really makes having the opportunity to catch a great shot much easier than having to remember to recharge each...
Summary: The Fujifilm F31fd deserves its iconic cult status. In the last 40 years of being an amateur at taking snapshots, I have owned a dozen cameras ranging from instant film cameras to 35mm SLRs to compact digitals to digital SLRs.