'The Fujifilm FinePix X100 is lovely.'
'a frustrating navigation control make shooting with the camera a lot less fluid than it should be.'
'breathtakingly beautiful retro design'
Inexpensive and easy to carry
Image quality is good for a budget camera
Good value for money
Low price, Long zoom, High resolution
'Consumers can drop them, soak them, freeze them, and even cover them in dirt and mud, and these cameras will come out unscathed. '
'An increasing number of compact cameras feature GPS tagging, but only the FinePix XP30 features this type of functionality in a rugged, outdoor model.'
'Mediocre image quality.'
'Video quality is very poor, despite being at 720p.'
'The camera is ready to take photos within two to three seconds after switching on and focus speed is perfectly acceptable.'
'slim, good-looking camera'
'This camera is comfortable to hold thanks to the ridge along the right hand grip side.'
'with the Fujifilm F60fd was simple and straightforward, given its efficient layout and automatic modes.'
'the F60fd was able to consistently grab shots from scratch (i.e. without pre-focus) in around 0.4 seconds.'
'it was originally released the F60fd was available for about $300 and we had concerns about its value at that level, given some of the lackluster lab test results.'
'Macro mode requires subject to be placed at least 15 cm from lens.'
Value for money