Can also highly recommend the Fuji for it's quality, features and defo size...slips right in my pocket.
Im kinda tempted by the Fuji myself. Im using a very old basic nikon tiny credit card sized camera that was on special offer from argos a few years ago
Of course since I end up carrying that around more than my good larger cameras, I really think I should invest in something better
All the point & shoot cameras have an auto setting but most will allow you to have more control over the settings as you get better at taking photos.Originally Posted by disneymom, post: 38351
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I have the Fuji Finepix S1000fd. It was $199 at Wal-Mart. Mom found it cheaper on the net.
It's perfect for advanced amateur photographers who want an affordable, step-up digital camera. The Fujinon 12x optical zoom lens offers great range and flexibility. Face detection technology with automatic red-eye removal improves your people shots. Picture stabilization technology uses higher ISO settings up to 1600 for faster shutter speeds that help reduce the effects of camera shake.
Key Features & Benefits:
10 megapixel resolution
Delivers detailed pictures that can be enlarged up to 20" x 30"
12x optical zoom lens and 5.7x digital zoom
Offers four times the power of typical 3x optical zoom lenses so you shoot even distant subjects
2.7-inch color LCD screen
Lets you compose and review your shots
Picture stabilization and face detection
Reduces blur and automatically sets focus and exposure for the faces of up to 10 people per frame
Auto focus, manual focus and super macro focus
Enable you to be more imaginative with a focus range from .8 of an inch to infinity
13 shooting modes
Provide just the right settings for a variety of conditions
Two movie modes
Capture videos at 30 frames per second in VGA or QVGA resolution with sound
24 MB internal memory and xD/SD memory card slot
Stores images in the camera or lets you use optional xD-Picture cards, SD or SDHC memory cards (internal memory is limited so an additional memory card [not included] is highly recommended)
Have had a Fuji s5000 for a few years and it is an awesome camera. Josh I have a lumix camera (was given the camera in a NASA workshop in AK) and it is an awesom compact camera. Lumix comes with a quality Zeiss lens if not mistaken. I think the better the optics the better the photo. Can't go wrong with the Lumix.Originally Posted by Johnie, post: 38507