"Great camera for the price. Excellent features and quality photos"4.5 starson by whocaresjustcurious
Pros: Amasing quality of photos in low light conditions; relatively inexpensive; 10x zoom; Easy to use; Super fast
Cons: I'd prefer a manual focus ring insted of a button
Summary: For me the best way to tell a good camera from a mediocre one is to test how it takes photos in low light conditions. This camera exceeds all my expectations.
I owned two digital cameras before (Canon PowerShot A40 and Canon PowerShot S50). Non of them took such excellent photos in low light conditions. Fujifilm's natural light technology and Super CCD HR makes wanders. Usually you don't expect from a point-and-shoot camera good quality photos taken in low light conditions, but this is not the case here. Quality of photos is great. ISO range up to 1600 allows you to take pictures almost in darkness and the level of noise is ecceptable even at highest sensitivity.
Another good thing is Fujifilms's anti-blur technology. I guess it somewhat similar to image stabilation in other cameras in this category, but Fujifil has taken a different approach. The thing is that image stabilzation is helful only when you move, but not a subject. With Fujifilm's anti-blur, it works in all this situation, too. I think it's a superior technology.
Another thing what I like is that this camera uses AA batteries. I had a camera with lithium-ion battery before, and I didn't like it. There were many times, when I was far away from any civilization and couln't recharge it. And they're more expensive. AA batteries make your camera just a little heavier but you always know that you can bye them anywhre on you way if you need to. They're cheaper, too. You can also buy reachargble batteries if you want.
I've liked this camera so far, and I recommend it.