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HI guys
I ordered one tuesday and it was with my post for today..
Its new can't figure it out if it was used before....
Its a great camera for people like me...

Some samples
[URL] http://www.flickr.com/cameras/fujifilm/finepix_s5700/[URL]

It has very good reviews.there are other cameras available like S1000fd for 99 £s


* 7.1 million CCD
* Real Photo Technology
* Compact lens with 10x optical zoom
* Intelligent Flash
* Easy operation Mode Dial selector
* Super Macro Mode
* Enhanced 2.5" LCD display
* 12 flexible Scene Modes

Fujifilm is pleased to announce the new FinePix S5700, a refinement of its predecessor, the FinePix S5600. The modifications to the FinePix S5700 mean it is easier to use than anything that has gone before.

It's a faithful companion for every event, from nights out, the kids' school play or sports day, right through to countryside walks and family holidays. It's the ultimate camera for every occasion and perfect for users who always want a camera to hand, but prefer to get creative, not technical, with their photography.
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Some pictures
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#2
nice, but i would recommend paying an extra tenner for the s5800 ive had both and its worth the extra
#3
phatboy123
nice, but i would recommend paying an extra tenner for the s5800 ive had both and its worth the extra


Can you explain why please?
#4
Nice camera,best in this price range,but i never buy refurb things.Add 20 pounds and you have shiny new one.
#5
Went to my local ASDA last night, they had this reduced to £75 brand new. Not sure if this is notionwide, but they had loads at the Chatham store.

Slightly changing the subjuect - but has anyone got the S8000 or S8100? I am thinking about which one to go for. A few people have said in their reviews that the S8100 may have 10mp, but doesnt really improve the image quality from the 8mp on the S8000.
#6
As a matter of interest, where do Fuji get these refurbs from in the first place? Demics that have been returned by customers and returned?

My Ricoh R4 died last week and it aint worth sending it back to Ricoh (6 months out of warranty) but if I did and they had replaced it would my original one get refurbed and re-sold?

Not a gripe just a question like :roll:
banned#7
I had this camera and I hated it. Poor pictures, washed out background and/or darkened/black foregrounds.

Hate it hate it hate it.

The more expensive Fuji's are decent, but the 5600/5700 (and I assume the 5800 is similar), are bloody awful in my experience. I've had no similar problems with cameras before or since.
banned#8
anyone know where you can get a list of stores you can collect from? Couldn't see it on the site.
#9
Rimi
Nice camera,best in this price range,but i never buy refurb things.Add 20 pounds and you have shiny new one.


Now bought three refurbs, nothing wrong with any of them.
#10
colinsunderland
anyone know where you can get a list of stores you can collect from? Couldn't see it on the site.

Mail order only direct from Fuji.
#11
vibeone
I had this camera and I hated it. Poor pictures, washed out background and/or darkened/black foregrounds.

Hate it hate it hate it.

The more expensive Fuji's are decent, but the 5600/5700 (and I assume the 5800 is similar), are bloody awful in my experience. I've had no similar problems with cameras before or since.


One of the most popular Fujifilm cameras on Flickr. Oh look, some people seem to be able to take a good picture with it: http://www.flickr.com/cameras/fujifilm/finepix_s5700/

I know I sure have, the only thing is if you're a pixel peeper then don't go for this camera, the things like chromatic aberration will annoy you. But if you're a pixel peeper you've probably already realised that a £70 camera wouldn't cut it for you.

This deal has happened before and there a plenty of very satisfied customers including me: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/192148/fuji-finepix-s5700-black-silver-7-1/showthread.php?t=192148
#12
old timer
As a matter of interest, where do Fuji get these refurbs from in the first place? Demics that have been returned by customers and returned?

My Ricoh R4 died last week and it aint worth sending it back to Ricoh (6 months out of warranty) but if I did and they had replaced it would my original one get refurbed and re-sold?

Not a gripe just a question like :roll:


Store returns I think, unsold stock, etc?
#13
karl.pestell
Slightly changing the subjuect - but has anyone got the S8000 or S8100? I am thinking about which one to go for. A few people have said in their reviews that the S8100 may have 10mp, but doesnt really improve the image quality from the 8mp on the S8000.


I have an S8000fd and yes, the main difference between it and the S8100fd is that the S8100fd is 10mp. Otherwise appearance and features pretty much identical. Bearing in mind the sensor size is also the same, just with 2 extra mp crammed on it, I would favour the 8mp S8000 and even that suffers from noticeable noise artefacts at anything above ISO400.

Main selling point of these cams is the 18x zoom which is very handy to have in a compact body. Bought mine as a go anywhere alternative to my dSLR and haven't been disappointed so far. The 8100 replaces the 8000 so there are some end of line bargains to be had - I bought my S8000 for £136 from [url]www.bestcameras.co.uk[/url]
#14
old timer;3144706
As a matter of interest, where do Fuji get these refurbs from in the first place? Demics that have been returned by customers and returned?

My Ricoh R4 died last week and it aint worth sending it back to Ricoh (6 months out of warranty) but if I did and they had replaced it would my original one get refurbed and re-sold?

Not a gripe just a question like :roll:


The same place that other companies get refurbs... they are customer returns! Bust ones, and they repair & repack them!
As usual, they are never cheap enough - something like about 40 quid would be much more the thing for what is essentially a (worse than!) secondhand item. Nothing wrong with refurbs on the basis of really cheap, but retailers seem to find it far TOO easy to sell them off at what is essentially near the full price as people bust a gut to buy them at these prices :-(

This only has a 6 month warranty too :-(

I have spent a fair bit of time recently toying with the idea of buying a "bridge" camera like this (and still not decided!) undoubtedly they are going out of favour, as compact models get better and other options emerge, although I reckon they still offer a good quality, without being too heavy and bulky. This model was one I had totally put to one side though, as other Fuji models seem much better for little more
eg the S5800 at £99 NEW, but with a second year warranty too (first site I came across, so probably can be had cheaper, but the warranty is longer than usual) :
http://www.ukcamerastore.co.uk/acatalog/Fuji_finepix_S5800.html
#15
Just noticed, delivery on this is £4.95 so total is £74.98

Collect from shop? There is no shop?
#16
Not the greatest of offers but still a pretty good one, the s5800 is £10 more on the refurb front.
#17
karl.pestell
Went to my local ASDA last night, they had this reduced to £75 brand new. Not sure if this is notionwide, but they had loads at the Chatham store.


My local ASDA has it for £80. Might pay to froogle around if you have your heart set on this camera.
#18
Not really hot as they can be had new with a 1 year warranty for the delivered price (or close to it).
If you are interested in buying though I think the upgrade to 2 year accidental damage warranty is only about £15 - which makes quite a good deal.

Yep the the two year warranty is only £12.50 giving you £87.48 delivered :thumbsup:
#19
HI Guys
I order it yesterday and i got it today....
Impressive i went out today and used it...its great ...
Its new i don't think its used before...
Can someone tell me how to make video's on it?...

I admit there are many good cameras available but you should look at the rate as well...

Thanks for Heat & Rep
#20
Hi all,

just made the decision to order this camera over the s5800, as read that there is not a visible difference. got the 24 month warranty with it, the only thing I'm not sure about is that the manual that I find online says that it only takes upto 2 gb SDHC card.... surely this cant be right... I would have thought a newish camera like this would support a higher capacity card, we have Sony Cybershot 10mp that takes at least an 8gb card, and thats only a compact...

Has anyone who owns an S5700 tried a bigger card in it?

cheers
#21
leehustwait;3150013
Hi all,

just made the decision to order this camera over the s5800, as read that there is not a visible difference. got the 24 month warranty with it, the only thing I'm not sure about is that the manual that I find online says that it only takes upto 2 gb SDHC card.... surely this cant be right... I would have thought a newish camera like this would support a higher capacity card, we have Sony Cybershot 10mp that takes at least an 8gb card, and thats only a compact...

Has anyone who owns an S5700 tried a bigger card in it?

cheers


What is the problem anyway?
I would not want to pile masses of pics on one card in case it was lost, or dies, and, for example, a whole holiday's worth of pictures went with it! They are tiny, so a few 2Gb cards is no big deal to me, as well as being dirt cheap now too.
#22
karl.pestell
Went to my local ASDA last night, they had this reduced to £75 brand new. Not sure if this is notionwide, but they had loads at the Chatham store.

Slightly changing the subjuect - but has anyone got the S8000 or S8100? I am thinking about which one to go for. A few people have said in their reviews that the S8100 may have 10mp, but doesnt really improve the image quality from the 8mp on the S8000.


Chatham store still have plenty in stock at £80
#23
Wow man it has amazing video quality ....its simply amazing ...i don't regret spending my money...
#24
I've got the s5800 arriving today (hopefully).
#25
Mr G;3151609
Chatham store still have plenty in stock at £80

Ooops, sorrys, I must have misread it. Sorry for any confusion
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leehustwait;3150013
Hi all,

just made the decision to order this camera over the s5800, as read that there is not a visible difference. got the 24 month warranty with it, the only thing I'm not sure about is that the manual that I find online says that it only takes upto 2 gb SDHC card.... surely this cant be right... I would have thought a newish camera like this would support a higher capacity card, we have Sony Cybershot 10mp that takes at least an 8gb card, and thats only a compact...

Has anyone who owns an S5700 tried a bigger card in it?

cheers

Go to the Fuji website and you will find a firmware upgrade which will allow you to use SDHC cards, which I assume would mean you can then go up to the maximum available size.

In fact, here is the link - http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/s5700/fupd.html

Follow the instructions and you will be fine. I have done this to my Fuji compact and it works fine.

Hope that helps anyway.
#27
karl.pestell
Go to the Fuji website and you will find a firmware upgrade which will allow you to use SDHC cards, which I assume would mean you can then go up to the maximum available size.

In fact, here is the link - http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/s5700/fupd.html

Follow the instructions and you will be fine. I have done this to my Fuji compact and it works fine.

Hope that helps anyway.


Cheers m8. I have the 5800, literally copied the link and changed the model to 5800 and it gives me firmware for the one I've bought :)

http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital/download/s5800/fupd.html

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