Summary: I'm going to boil this down very simply: 1. Daytime photos are great 2. Nighttime photos, no matter how you slice it or set this camera up, are terrible So if you're ok with a day-time only camera, this is a good cheap camera. Otherwise, look elsewhere.
Summary: I really liked the photo quality of my pictures relative to my friends' more expensive cameras. However, after about 6 months of use, the flash detection sensor would sometimes quit detecting the light ... it would sit there forever trying to detect what it needed to do until I would have to turn it off and turn it back on till the automatic flash started working again.
Summary: Wow, what can you say about a camera that had to be sent in for repairs 1 month after purchase when the lcd screen went kaplooey, and not because of mis-use either. It had only taken about 115 pictures, but they do look good, none of the blurry that I had seen in other reviews. The size and weight were nice and the battery seemed to hold up well for the few pictures we did take. It will be interesting to see how it holds up when we get it back from repair.
Summary: I guess for the money (<$150) you can't complain too much. This is the perfect sized camera for travel and ease of use. It takes great simple close up pictures and all the features are basic and clear. Two issues: very poor zoom lens and sometimes the pictures are blurry.
Summary: My first fuji film camera. I ordered the black J20- the price is great I got mine new for 105$ w/ free shipping. (I also added a transcend 4GB/class 6 SDHC card & lowepro apex 20AW case.) I really like the styling, "ultra compact" small size, & 2.7" 230K pixel LCD. Wish it had a longer zoom. It's just an easy to use point & shoot that fills my needs for mostly taking family pics.