Summary: I love this camera. It is small enough to put in your pocket and great for traveling - especially since the lens is inside the camera. My friends are always telling me what great pictures this camera takes. Even though it's an older model now, I would still purchase it again today.
fine performance in a not-so-great ergonomic package
Santoku, Mr., Amazon
6 October 2011
Summary: I bought the red version of the FP2, but it's otherwise the same as the gray one. The FP2 seems to have come out in 2010 and it's made in China. The lens cover slides down to turn the camera on and back up to turn it off again.
Summary: First, the only thing you might find wanting is the general awkwardness of trying to grip something the size of a small deck of cards without covering the lens with a finger. You can see this on the screen and get your finger out of the picture but you have left a fingerprint on the lens.
Summary: Great camera, great price really like it, easy to use, up and running in a few minutes without reading instructions . battery cover is a bit flimsy but otherwise robust case. Small size, fires up quickly, very bright screen. Update.
Summary: I just got this yesterday and have shot only about 150 pictures so far. All excellent quality on a variety of settings. Handy and neat camera ... used previously to my smallest camera having a centre lens I have a couple of times managed to get a bit of a finger caught in the image's top left corner...
Summary: Nice when a product exceeds your expectations.Camera is small and solidly built in an aluminium case.Have only used so far on '' I Auto '' and results are sharp and true colour.I view photos mainly on computer and only print out 6x4's but I think it would stand harder tests than that.Lots of modes...