Summary: I like *almost* everything about my Fujifilm JA300. I've had it for six month, and have taken a couple of thousand pictures. Most important to me, the images are sharp and the colors are realistic.
Summary: Deciding on a basic point and shoot camera with just a few extras can be a trying experience. After narrowing the field to several Canon models and a Panasonic, I chose the Fuji because of positive experience with the brand, its metal body, and mostly because of the 10x zoom.
Summary: the camera snaps shots fairly quickly and seems to take really good photos. It has lots of features, but not too complicated to figure out as it follows the now standard menus and symbols on most point and click cameras.
Summary: It is a great camera. The photography looks wonderful, It is fully handled and it has a really nice look. Every time that you need to take a beautiful picture you can think to take it with Fujimil digital camera.
Summary: I bought this with a lot of expectations as I had owned the FinePix F20 previously. It was one of the best I'd ever owned. I have now had the JZ300 for about a month and have put it to the test. It is not as good in the shadows as the F20. I take a lot of pictures outside and seldom of people.
Summary: The photos I've taken so far are excellent. What I'm not so sure about are the dials. They are very fiddly but I think that is because my nails were quite long when I first started using the camera. Most of them (my nails!) have now split and broken (not unusual) and things are much easier!