Pros Price Point, 3Inch Screen, Games, ISO 80-1600 best for low light shooting.
Cons 5.1 Pixels, Only 100-120 shots per battery charge. You can buy better battery for $60 for that will take 300 shots per charge
Summary If you liked the Fuji F10, you will love this camera. You can manually set the ISO to 1600 for low light. The picture quality really show when displayed back on the 3 Inch screen! You can program it to take 2shot on one click. (One with Flash, and one without). This has the best continuous shooting modes available for action shots lovers and the blur is minimal thanks to the Super CCR HR image sensor.
The resolution of 5.1 Megapixel is less than the other brands, but thanks to the high quality Super CCD HR image sensor and the combination of the Real Photo Technology the V10 offers a more powerful combination.
Improving the image quality instead of simply increasing Megapixels proves to be far more worthwhile, at least in this stage. In this case, Size of Mega Pixels doesn't matter, unless you plan on printing poster size pictures.
The pictures are excellent on this camera!
Pros Awesome in low light, great display
Cons uses a battery that is proprietary
Summary I love it still after 6 months. Very low lag time, and nearly instantaneous if allowed to prefocus. Found external charger & spare batteries cheap on ebay.
Pros Small, great pictures and videos
Cons We own 2 of these. After 1.5 years, the lens in one keeps closing on its own. After 2 years, the other camera's screen broke -- not sure if it was dropped or not.
Summary It will cost over $100 each to fix each camera. We paid about $350 for each. We'll probably just buy a Sony.
Pros Look, weight and feel of the camera. Great screen. Short learning curve for use.
Cons Gaps in the frame of the body could/will allow dust and dirt to enter. Picture quality is worse than my much-older Ricoh RDC-7 in every lighting situation. Forget the zoom; blurry pics. I'm lucky to get one good pic for every 20 taken.
Summary I bought this as a point-and-shoot and for its tout to take fast action pictures in less-than-ideal situations (e.g., Daughter's sports events).
While it looks and feels good I still get much better pictures from my much older, and supposedly less capable, Richo RDC-7, among others.
This includes action, lower light, use of zoom, etc.
Note that I have had use of many digital cameras over a decade plus and feel cheated by Fuji in not only the camera itself but by the company's support of its product.
They have no option to reflash or update/upgrade the software on this device and it seems that this was a short-lived project anyways - indicating to me that it was and is mostly a failure.
Don't be fooled by its good looks or a few decent reviews unless you have money to burn.
Pros ease of operation,quality photos,small compact
Cons sometimes small is bad as it can get lost in pocket
Summary For the money best camera i have ever owned.Takes quality photos quick and easy.Only drawback is the camera sometimes is too small and can get lost in your pocket.