Nice, streamlined shooting design and produces very nice photos
Fast, sharp lens, Optical viewfinder
Excellent color, noise control, and dynamic range
Full 1080p video shooting, faster 10fps continuous shooting
Fast lens, Excellent control layout
Impressive hardware with a bright lens and innovative control ring
Excellent sharpness and good overall tonality
Very good overall lens performance
Comfortable shooting design and nice photos
Excellent control layout, 7.1x zoom lens, Fast aperture lens
Best-in-class ergonomics, handling, and build quality
Excellent image quality
Top-notch Wi-Fi implementation
Good depth of field for a compact
Image quality is very good
Intuitive control layout, Very impressive noise mangement
Pocketable and user-friendly compact for keen photographers
Excellent photo quality, with less noise than typical compact cameras
Polished and refined design
Small and light, sharp and detailed images
'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'
'nice chunky controls'
'LCD not as flexible as would have liked.'
'poor screen resolution'
Nice manual zoom lens
'Slower than its predecessor overall.'
'The SX20's video quality is very decent as well.'
'It's image quality is superb, the controls and menu are easy to use, and its video mode is almost good enough to make you leave your dedicated camcorder at home when you go on holidays.'
'The P6000 will probably be suitable for the tech-savvy or frequent traveller who needs to identify where they took certain shots.'
'The inclusion of a "GPS" position on the P6000's mode dial is somewhat confusing insofar as there's no separate GPS shooting mode.'
'There are a host of accessories available for the P6000, and
I've compiled them into this table for you: A pretty good selection, if I do say so myself.'
'Fortunately autofocus operation is quicker, but it's still a little sluggish at the longer end of the zoom where the maximum aperture drops from f/2.8 to f/5.6.'