A closer look at FinePix Cameras
Find out what owners think about their Fujifilm cameras. You can select MFP member’s opinions or completely independent reviews from various camera review sites. Whether it’s the latest model or something that’s been available for a while user feedback might help you decide which is best for you.
Superb build & image quality- this camera has a really classy feel and is now excellent value for money.
There are some 'quirks' with this camera, but nothing that would make me think twice about purchasing this camera again!
Great build quality
Great image quality
Superb selection of 'creative' modes
A great handling camera
No shooting info thru viewfinder
No articulated screen
RAW button no longer used for RAW!
Some processor issues
I bought the X10 about a month ago as a high quality compact which I could use asg an alternative to my SLR when circumstances dictate. By this I mean that when an SLR is just too big or inconvenient to lug around. After this short period of use, I can honestly say that the camera has more than met my criteria. Manual controls are excellent, picture quality is excellent, build quality is excellent plus, the camera looks and feels great use. just what I was looking for.
Looks great, feels great and has excellent performance.
None so far.
So I got this camera 4 months ago. Now that I have some material to share - excellent bridge camera, full of features, awesome zoom (still curious to see how HS50EXR will perform, but my budget is way too low to allow to buy one), good colours, good pictures, manual focus, full manual settings along with auto programs, separate AA bateries. In other words - all that one can think of. As a con I can only think of the battery cover which cracks, although it is tightly closed. I don't count as a co
full of features, 30x manual zoom (by rotating barrel), good colours, good pictures, manual focus (a ring behind the zoom), full manual settings along as well as many auto programs, separate AA bateries.
Cracking battery cover, more or less high ISO chosen in automatic programs.
Nothing else I can think of.
I just purchased S2980. I wonder as it can be charged through some DC or AC adapter. Can anyone have any idea ,from where should i get that adapter.
Its image clearity is nice
its cheap and best
Battery cover is not of good standard.Feels like it will break and always remain loose.
I bought this camera after reading Amazon reveiws. My Olympus X43 was eating batteries and I could not see the screen out side. One S4500 complained of excessive battery use and the cure was to use Duracell Staycharged batteries. Tried this on the Olympus and it works!!!! But was already drooling over the S4500, so just had to have one. (What is the definition of a BRIDGE camera?) I have had great fun with the s4500, super pics great zoom, lots of features, a lot of which I haven't used yet. Goo
30X zoom, auto function, macro, real fun camera
Just the lens cap. A push oh rubber one would be better, otherwise
non that I have found yet
This was my first big camera, initally only buying through frustration at my I-pod. So not knowing much at all and going purely on cost I got this.
I love it! Initially just using auto I quickly began experimenting with the other functions. A quick fumble through google got my up to date with ISO, exposure time and aperture and then I was off.
Now i'm taking pictures of energetic live bands, sports photography and wild life.
What it lacks in features I can usually find a fix for elsewhere.
So easy to use, either a point and shoot or for the more adventures setting up pictures and adjusting to the environment manually. Very easy to understand display.
Lens Cap is not very secure at all, fujifilm have suggested attaching more felt.
very good camera for the money, only on the first day usb connection broken on the camera and I seen the arrow on the cable but who will believe this so no guarantee a little bit sad
really is not very good
very good camera for the money
only on the first day usb connection broken on the camera and I seen the arrow on the cable but who will believe this so no guarantee a little bit sad
really is not very good
Having owned a S2500HD for 18months we decided to go for a camera each and bought a S4500. A brilliant camera, it does all that the 2500HD does and has the additional zoom. Whilst we appreciate that we have a lot to learn about photography and are enjoying just that with these cameras we feel the best praise we can give is; the photos always hold their own at our camera club with others who use a range of Canon and Nikon DSLR's.
Everything about the camera for its price.
Nothing in particular
The HS20 is a great still image camera, but the auto focus on videos are very bad so don't plan on using it as you main video camera. Also, it uses AA batteries and not a rechargeable pack.
All that said, it takes great quality images and is packed with features.
Packed with features
Great quality images
Bad video auto focus
Uses AA batteries
overall the xp30 is a great camera, it does what it says on the tin. it handles underwater up to 5metres, it is shookproof as i have come off on my mounting bike whilst in my pocket. the underwater feature is great and produces great pictures, took abit of pratice to get right, as the af is hard to achieve as viewing the display is hard when snorkling and the sun is glaring down, but the further you swim down the easier it is. the only really bad point with the xp30 is night time shots arnt the
good quality build.
produces decent quality shots.
small and fits striaght in your pocket.
gps feature great idea but not for me.
underwater-a/focus hard to achieve.
underwater-hard to view live display.
(the above due to sun glare)
panoramic feature could be better.
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