Summary: I have been using this camera for a little over two years now. (It was nearly half the price back then that they are asking for it today.) I am not a professional photographer and only take pictures when the mood strikes, so I didn't want to invest in a really nice/expensive camera.
Summary: This is an okay starter camera. If I had it to do over again, I would've spent the extra few bucks on a Cannon. However, the seller was great and the product arrived quickly with all items included.
Summary: It is a nice camera but still trying to figure it out. Is going to take some practice using it as just taking it right from the box and using it, some of the pictures have been a little blurry.
Summary: This camera is the perfect choice for starters who want to gradually increase their photograph skills. It is very easy to use and the basic functions are really intuitive, so you don't need to read the manual to start shooting.
Summary: I bought this camera in an "emergency" in Kathmandu when my other camera failed the day before I was due to leave on a one month trek in the mountains. I didn't have a lot of time to compare cameras or read any reviews.
Summary: I don't write reviews often on Amazon, but I felt compelled to write one for this camera. In my opinion there are many misleading reviews for this product. I've been using the camera for a few days without any issues.
Summary: In the few months that I have owned the Fuji Finepix, I have taken well over 1,000 shots. So far, it's done a decent job. In my personal experience, I have been impressed with its performance outdoors and indoors with flash or in well-lit areas.
Summary: I bought this camera (Fujifilm Finepix S2950) because I had a daughter - and I have always loved photography but couldn't afford a $600-$1200 camera. I thought 14 megapixel and 18x wide angle lens, I should be pretty happy with it.
Summary: Beautiful Camera - Just the right weight - not too light and not too heavy. The LCD screen is large enough to be able to view your photos. The only problem is - Watch out for the battery door. It is so flimsy that it seems to be hanging on a thread. Whoever invented this was not too clever.