Summary: The images are sharp and great quality. The only cons about it is that you need to instal the software that goes with it, which is hard to use. Overall, it is my favorite point-and-shoot camera.
Pros: Comfortable Controls, Perfect size, Strong Construction
Summary: I needed to upgrade my camera as my phone had more megapixels than my old Exilim! My 3 previous cameras had been exilim's because I loved the compactness. I wanted a camera I could carry in my pocket which didnt compromise on picture quality. So after scouring reviews for a few weeks, I decide on the Z100. Its very thin for a camera with 5x optical zoom. Very impressed.
Pros: Portability, but with good picture quality and 5x optical zoom
Cons: Not the best camera when there is not much light
Fujifilm Finepix Z100fd: Good, reliable point and shoot camera with excellent video
11 March 2010
Summary: I've had this camera now for almost 2 years and it's held up well. Although initially I was worried about the durability of the sliding lens cover but I've not had any problems with this. The only downside to this particular feature is the fact that if you're not careful, while sliding the screen you could possibly get fingerprints on the lens which can be quite annoying.
Excerpt: "● pretty menu, but the pace has slowed down Z100fd from the menu design, and Fuji's DC in the past is slightly different, relatively speaking, some of the more beautiful. As a result of the rotary button design, so the menu Z100fd is also the main concept of this tone, the menu is no longer used to direct religious ties as monotonous display in the center of the screen, but were arranged in a circular on the right side of the screen, and a half ...
Excerpt: "I bought the Z100 mainly to have a small, point-and-click camera I could keep on me at all times, to take shots quickly and with reasonable definition. It fulfils this function perfectly and, having fitted it with a decent memory card, I have captured images I would not have been able to with my usual camera (although as an SLR Film camera, the comparison is perhaps a little unfair) The camera unit is not cluttered with buttons, and anything outside ...
Pros: Easy to get started with a range of advanced features to learn about
Cons: Buttons are a little small for the more sausage - fingered user