Summary: I still have to read up on it to figure out how to use it but I noticed that it did not come with the card., and wanted to know why. All the cameras that I have bought came with the card. Please answer this question. Thank you.
Summary: After getting this camera, I realized that my phone takes significantly better pictures in all the conditions I tested in. Admittedly, I've got a samsung s3, which takes great pictures, but would expect more from a completely separate point & shoot.
Summary: I have owned this Blue z-90 camera for close to 3 months now, is a cool looking camera really like the blue though I keep finding myself, (yepp) a "bit BLUE". I bought through Fuji directly replacing an older wore out camera "Fuji J-38" I had for over 2 years. Fuji offered me a great bundle price of 99.00 included a 4 gig card and extra battery and folding case. that seemed a pretty Good deal!
Very difficult settings, poor focus. Not the best camera I've ever had
R. Verrando, Amazon
9 March 2012
Summary: I've had three or four digital pocket cameras in my life, so I know how they work. This is a nice-looking unit, but I could not get it take focused pictures no matter what I did. The only way it will take a clear picture is in bright outdoor light or from a tripod, and I could not figure out how to adjust the flash or shutter speed to improve the situation. I'm no dummy, but neither the camera menu, the manual or the website offered any help.
Dianne Socci-Tetro "When I was your age, tel..., Amazon
8 July 2011
Summary: As I get older, things are certainly getting smaller. Sometimes that is a very good thing. HOWEVER, sometimes it just isn't. In my opinion while I like the smaller camera's that we have now- sometimes they just try to stuff too much into a tiny little package. In addition, when that happens people (some people of course) of a certain age may find that buttons are too small to see or positioned where someone with larger fingers can't get to easily.
Some interesting features, but poor image quality!
Michael A. Duvernois, Amazon
1 July 2011
Summary: This is a nicely sized compact camera, turns on and off with a sliding lens cover, and has a touch screen for all but the fundamental controls. And the problems start there, it's a not a very sensitive touch screen and if you've ever used a good touch screen (iPhone etc.) then this one will be very frustrating! And it gets worse, the image quality is quite poor. This seems to be a marketing choice aimed at folks who want a high number of megapixels.
Summary: First, the good: I love that the lens cover slidey-thing is also the power switch. There's no itty bitty little round button to push. You never have to worry that you've left the camera on after you cover the lens and toss it in your bag. Sure, you can't look at the pictures you've already taken while also keeping the lens covered, but that's hardly a major issue. I also love that the touch-screen allowed them to get rid of almost all the buttons.
Summary: Length:: 6:19 Mins The Finepix Z90 has some interesting features but the poor image quality, photo lag and focusing issues make this a hard recommendation, even for an entry level point and shoot.
Summary: This is my first experience with a FujiFilm camera, and I can honestly say that I was my first impression was that of being...impressed. The camera has quality feeling with reasonable heft (made of metal, not plastic), the menus in the camera are very intuitive (the touch-screen seems kind of a gimmick, but with that said, the entire touch-screen-menu sytem does work great.) The multitude of options that I haven't seen in other brands of cameras is impressive, as well.