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Recent Customer Reviews in Point & Shoot Cameras

  • Canon SX520 HS 16MP Black Digital Camera

    Today $199.99 Compare $460.44 Save 57%

    Dec 28, 2014

    Mari  from Ceres California, Rating:5.0

    This was a Christmas present for my husband and he loved it. The quality is great for the price. Definitely way better than the cameras we replaced at hom

  • Aug 24, 2014

    hcinfarmington  from Farmington, Utah, Rating:5.0

    I have loved this camera. The price was right and I love the Canon PowerShot series. They take photos quick for busy kids and I like the new red color as it's easier to find in my bag. love the small size, weight etc. and have been pleased with my purchase.

  • Great backup Camera

    Dec 27, 2014

    thirdstone Rating:5.0

    I bought this camera as a back up camera and it works great. My main camera is a Kodak and does just about everything this camera does, but between the two, the Fuji camera is easier to get to some of the features, such as the continuous shoot modes, Fuji has a button just for that while the Kodak doesn't. The Fuji panoramic picture mode is also easier to use, simply set the setting from three choices, aim and click and slowly turn for a perfect panoramic photo. My Kodak z990 has a 30X zoom, while this Fuji has a 40X zoom, but the two zooms are different. The Kodak z990 the photo becomes much closer but covers less area, while the fuji gets closer, but covers a wider area, which is great for most photos, but I like to get as close to wildlife as I can so I usually reach for my Kodak first. As far as video goes, the Fuji out performs the Kodak and for shooting nature videos, I always reach for the Fuji. Both cameras do very well on close ups such as old coins or flowers, you can ...

  • Jan 14, 2015

    goldenlab Rating:4.0

    Perfect little camera for me...I take many point and shoot photos (post on FB, etc.)...easy to carry with me in pocket or bag. Handy and takes excellent pictures.

  • Dec 19, 2014

    patty  from macclenny, fl, Rating:4.0

    nice camera good gift for someone, nice for everyday. not a pros camera .

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