Excerpt: After going through so many other digital cameras that did not hold up, I purchased this awesome camera!!! It is well worth it! I can take professional looking pictures, and the videos turn out great as well. I have used this camera to take family pictures, and pictures of my kids and people have asked me who the photographer was!! That is how I know this camera was worth purchasing!
Excerpt: Looking for a good digital camers with all the whistles and bells at an affordable price? Give the Fugi S-1800 a hard look. For new users and old pros alike it has most of what you need for all picture taking applications.. Plenty of zoom (18X) and macro features to get as close to anything as you like. Image stabilitization and good flash only make it a great buy for avid picture takers who like to have extra options.
This camera is absolutely the best camera I have ever owned.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I have owned Nikon & Cannon 35mm cameras over the years, but purchased a Fuji digital camera about 7 years ago. Loved it so much that I upgraded to the FinePix S1800 last year. My father loved it so much that he kept borrowing mine all the time and I finally rallied my brother and sisters' together to buy him one for his birthday. I love the size and feel of it in my hand. It is so easy to use that my kids enjoy taking pictures with it as well.
Excerpt: Let me just say, I love this camera!!!! It has an 18x zoom, which is awesome, and it has a very nice flash. It has a reasonably high megapixel level, but I've never seen a camera this cheap with such a great zoom and megapixels. Mine only cost me $152 on amazon.com, which is practically unheard of for a camera of this stature. It has an odd paint-flecked texture, but that obviously doesn't affect it's performance.
Excerpt: I just recieved my Fuji Finepix S1800 in the mail last week, but I must say that I absolutely love it. I bought it as an upgrade from my Fuji S5100. It has many more options and I believe I made a great choice. The 18X zoom is awesome, and even when you zoom all the way in, the pictures still turn out clear. There is only one complaint I would have about the photos. If taken in low light, without flash, the pictures turned out fuzzy.
High Quality Pictures for Less Experience Photographers.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I love this camera. I feel like a professional when I use it, and the picture quality is amazing. I bought this camera when I was started helping my Mother-in-Law sell stuff on eBay. She had a great deal of old trinkets in her attic, and neither of our cameras at the time could capture the details of the objects well. Anyone who has sold items on eBay or another online site knows that good pictures really help the sale.
Excerpt: I recently upgraded from a Kodak easy share to the Fuji finepix camera. I was interested in learning photography and some photoshop skills for blogging and for basic home use...i.e--vacations, ballgames and recitals. I was not happy with the quality of my pictures and I didn't like the small screen on the easy share.
Summary: I've been using my Finepix S1800 for almost two weeks now, and I have to say that I'm truly impressed. Although Amazon's not going to like this, I didn't buy it from them. I bought mine from a competitor at a lower price... Mine was reconditioned by Fuji, and came with no neckstrap, lens cap, or batteries. If you buy it new, you get those items. Anyway, I got this camera because I couldn't afford a Nikon D5000.
Summary: The Fuji S1800 is a a nice tweener, filling the gap between pocket point-and-shoot cameras and a DSLR. It's larger than typical point and shoot cameras (thanks to the 18X zoom lens) yet smaller than a DSLR. Despite the extra bulk, the S1800 is light and compact enough to carry around for extended periods. The plastic body is sturdy and light. The camera is powered by four AA batteries (alkaline or rechargeable).
Summary: Fuji Film has done a wonderful job with this camera. From the time I opened the box, read the manual, took some test shots and was viewing them on my computer (I didn't install the supplied cd for picture viewing direct from the camera) approx 30 minutes went by. Camera setup is a breeze. The manual is very easy to follow with clear instructions. For my test shots on my initial use I used the "AUTO" Setting.