Eric J. Oswald "I drink your milkshake...", Amazon
1 May 2014
Summary: I bought this for taking underwater videos. The videos it took were great. The quality of still images was just ok. I followed the directions and never had the camera more than about 5 feet underwater. After using it a few times it made a terrible buzzing sound and stopped working. Is sent it to Fuji to be fixed (they made me pay the shipping). They sent it back saying it was fixed but it wasn't. It seems its a bad battery (which they didn't replace).
Summary: I bought 2 of these cameras from 2 different sellers. When I change out the battery this camera works. The problem is that it is a special battery that I cannot find anywhere and it was a broken gift out of the box that seriously disappointed my daughter who could not use it on our vacation. The other camera that the gloating sister got to use took nice underwater pictures and was enjoyed.
Summary: Used it all day the day I got it and the pic's were good but the video was not good at all. The #1 reason I got this cam was because of the "Full HD video" and was very disappointed. My HTC One X takes way better HD video and pic's.
Summary: This camera is very slow when trying to take back to back pictures. Also, some pictures come out blurry if taken too fast. At other times, if the subject is moving, it will also be blurry. When I first received the camera, this was not the case and now, it seems to be getting slower and slower. I tried some of the different settings also.
Summary: I got this on sale for $150 and at that price you really can't beat the number of features in a waterproof camera. My main problem is that the HDMI port wouldn't accept a cable (I verified the cable works on other ports), it looked like there was an extra piece of metal or something in there. For some reason I actually paid attention to the bundled notice to send it in for repair rather than just returning it.
Summary: Ordered camera for a trip to Mexico. Received a few days before and used to photograph some of the flooding here in CO (in the rain), and on a quick hiking trip in the mountains (dry). Was happy with the picture quality. To get clear/well lit photos just play with the pre-set modes until you've learned what is best for different situations.
Poor image quality, poor LCD display, rest is fine
15 August 2013
Summary: I bought this camera at Best Buy and returned it after a week. In users' reviews, when you read "It does great pictures", "great high resolution pics", "great photos and videos", remember that's very subjective. I worked in a photo lab, and I had many customers telling me that the quality of the pictures from their single-use camera was great. But it was not, not great compared to the picture you'd get from an average camera. But people were happy with them.
Summary: I'm happy to have a Fuji again. IMO Fastest camera from "ON" to shooting. I used to have the Fuji F700 and missed it greatly. It finally failed and I switched to Nikon. The Nikon L120 takes about 5 seconds "ON" to shooting and is bulky. This Fuji XP60 is fast, takes good photos, light, small, waterproof, dustproof, shock resistant...perfect for an active person. I can carry this everywhere I go easily!