Summary: This is a great camera BUT I spend $$$$ replacing AA batteries. I love Fuji cameras but will never buy another one that does not include rechargeable battery. The camera is a battery suck as it is and will easily go through 6-8 batteries on a vacation weekend..and that's if you buy expensive lithium ones.
Summary: Well, I got it and the flash doesn't work. Sending it back asap, and going back to film only. The pictures turn out alright, but nothing that I would want to put in a gallery. If you want digital, but aren't new to taking photographs go for a canon, this is a waste. If you're new to it and want a nice point and shoot, this will be perfectly adequate. So back to my SLR and instant.
Summary: This purchase replaces a FinePix S700 camera I got late 2007. I replaced it with this model because of its 1)combination of price and features, 2) similar in operation to S700 with new added functions. Otherwise, the FujiFilm support offered (web, phone and camera software) is really not good, but the camera is good enough for 3 years use and then get a new one if the old one breaks (repair is not an option anymore this days!).
Summary: Never purchased this product so can't really say. Hoever it looks nice and black. I do own a fuji myself and know that they have excellent picture quality but I guess different strokes for different folks!
Summary: Just purchased this camera to upgrade and replace my fuji S5700. 7.1 mega pix. 10xOpt zoom. This S3200 is exactly the same but has 14mega pix and 24xzoom. If your looking for a Good Digital Point & Shoot Camera then I would go for the S5700. it has all the shooting modes as the S3200 but they are more easily accessed on the 5700 it also has a "Trimming" facility that I found Very Useful, but is not on the 3200.
Summary: The camera appears to promise a lot but be warned the package does not come with a English paper operating manual. One is produced for the French, Germans and Dutch purchasers but not for the English. However, a software copy is provided in English which is a major inconvience and inhibits the less experienced operator quickly appreciate the camera's facilities and capabilities.