The FujiFilm JX350 and JX360 are identical models, I had the JX360.
-Slim, small, light and attractive looking design.
-Very high spec for this price. (5x zoom, wide angle lens, good brand make).
-Good quality photos in bright outdoor daylight.
-Very fast at taking photos.
-Loads of different presets and interesting modes.
The Not so good:
-My Main gripe with this camera is its performance inside the house under normal house lights in the night time. As mentioned in the other reviews you get an orangey colour cast over the whole picture. And changing to any useful preset or changing the white balance on the camera will not fix it. (I found two ways to get reasonable colour in this situation: A) Use landscape scenery mode, or B) Turn the exposure setting to the miniumum -2 in manual mode).
-Pictures in low light are also quite blurry.
-16mp, whilst on paper its a high spec, theres no point if the photos come out blurry. But if you take it in bright daylight then it is good.
-The power button is very small, so a bit fiddly to turn on.
-Viewing angle on the preview screen is slightly smaller than other cameras.
-'Smile' shutter only works quarter of the time.
This camera is very cheap for the spec., and the fact its a major brand and looks good means that it is a bargain. BUT if you want to take indoor photos in the night mainly, it is not good at all. Definately spend a bit more.
I couldnt live with the orangey indoor photos so bought an older model canon with a lower spec and am happy.
But as long as you know the downsides of this camera and need the spec it presents then you may be happy.