Pros: - has great anti-shake feature - your pictures NEVER blur!! (I have tried Sony & Canon before, and no other camera lived up to its anti-shake promise!) - never goes out of focus - Great night & outdoor pictures - Very good picture quality
Cons: - a little heavier than other cameras (but that doesnt matter at all to me, because its so awesome with its other features)
Pros: Easily pocketable, large sensor, 28-105mm equiv, 848x480 (16:9) video at 30fps. Under daylight conditions, FX100 images are comparable to my Nikon D200. Makes perfectly sharp prints at 13x19". I have even done commercial work with this camera.
Cons: HD video (720p) at only 15fps (though the newer FX150 ups this to 24fps). no RAW capability, no real manual controls.
Summary: I've been very happy with the camera with one exception. The camera has no viewfinder making it very difficult to frame shots under bright conditions. If I had realized there was no viewfinder, I would not have purchased this camera. If you don't mind not having a viewfinder, the camera is top notch.
Summary: This is a great little camera. It has so many features for it's size, love the photos it takes and the 22 minute very clear videos also. I put a 4 gig card in mine and I can take 689 photos at a full 12 meg. Every one says that you need a spare battery, that's just a sales pitch, I can take over 300 photos with one charge. If you take a lot of photos a spare would be nice, Amazon offers the spare battery with a Case for only $25. Great bargin and deal at that price.
Summary: I am very pleased with this camera. Compact, powerful, large LCD, intuitive interface. Images are very clear... my only criticism is that the on/off button occasionally gets turned on by accident.
Summary: This is a beautifully built precision instrument, loaded with features and offering a range of controls. It requires more study and practice than I anticipated, and isn't merely point-and-click even in its simplest mode. Its default sensitivity to light is for a smaller range than I was used to with my previous digital camera. So far, indoor photos fade into dark when they should have more of an illuminated background.