Summary: Bought this camera for my wife as a Christmas gift. It has amazing picture and video quality! She loves it and can't stop taking pictures with it! Definitely would buy another one in the future!
Summary: I haven't used a lot of different cameras so I can't really compare. But this one is easy to use, has a lot of nice features (macro; special effects). The images seem to me to be very crisp. Once you get the hang of it, wirelessly transferring a picture to iphone and kindle is a snap. I really enjoy it and have no regrets that I chose this one.
Summary: Took me long to buy this product but I made the best choice. A special occasion was on it's way and I needed a good quality digital camera and finally I found one. So far I like everything and its features are great.
Summary: I purchased this camera to have something a bit easier to travel for long hikes or cave tours than my Bulky DSLR. The camera has many of the same features I am used to in my DSLR, and the multiple frames per second shooting is awesome. Picture quality is great and even with shaking hands in high wind the shots come out clear as a bell with no blur.
Summary: Was considering other compact size cameras and after having looked at reviews on CNET.com I chose this one based on its features and the great price through Amazon. Have had it for a day and I have been snapping all kinds of pictures. Very fast capture and the screen is super clear! Definitely a must buy and something great for travels.
Summary: We travel and when our DSL broke beyond feasible repair, we selected this Fuji, one of several "bridge" digital cameras. With most of the functionality and flexibility of a DSL, this small, easy to operate camera is taking amazing photos of birds in our lakeside backyard, our grandkids, and our travels.
Summary: This is my all around camera for real estate. It has an awesome field of view, capturing a whole bedroom in one shot. There is also a great panoramic mode. Just click, turn in a circle, and bang, panorama done. There's no post-processing stitching of pictures, and you don't need a tripod. I used to use an Olympus, but it needed an after-market fish-eye lens to take room pictures, and I had to adjust the brightness and contrast on every picture. Not so with the Fuji.