Very poor focus and exposure in low light situations
Patrick Matthews, Amazon
23 September 2014
Summary: Very poor focus and exposure in low light situations, and built in flash shouldn't be counted on to cover anything more than very close range.. Multi shot feature for live action photos is great for wildlife and other motion photography. This feature can not be used in conjunction with the flash.
Summary: I do like that it has the rapid fire option (which is why I bought it), as well as a good price.. But as the customer support at Fujifilm told me: It was among the first to offer some of these options, so you cannot adjust the shutter speed, or a few other things --they simply depend on the memory...
Summary: I was very pleased when I got this camera. It was very light weight, fit the hand well, and took good pictures. However, after about 3 weeks when I would turn it on it would say "turn camera off and turn on again". I noticed the zoom lens would not move on it. Something seemed to be locked up.
Summary: On the face of it a great package. Only 3 stars at moment though due to an issue with the batteries being drained while the camera is switched off which means (a) you cannot pick camera up and fire straight away, and (b) you lose the time and date settings each time.
Summary: Bought for my 13 year old son as not too complicated. He was very pleased with it but the lens jammed and it stopped working after 3 weeks so returned. Ordered another as it seemed a good little camera. Will see how it goes with the replacement.
Summary: Arrived on time but has been troublesome it over heats in the hot weather I tried changing batteries but still same, after 2 weeks it seemed to settle down I have not experienced any more failures since.
Summary: Good camera, but the CCD struggles and some pictures won't compare to a CMOS chip. Can also chew through the rechargeable batteries (has an auto-sleep function). Optics are good, easy to use, produces good pictures in the right conditions.