Fuji F20 Digital Camera for £39.97 PCWORLD instore only - HotUKDeals
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An golden oldie if I remember right....

(At least one left + 1 on display at The Chester Road Branch, Stretford as of 7.45pm tonight....)

A quick google search shows this to be £96.04 (here http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=21878&source=froogle)

up to the price of £274 on amazon's market place...)

And at that price great for any pub crawls, not much loss if dropped/lost etc.
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#2
will be hit and miss trying to get this and as with the price ending in 97 indicates end of line / clearance stock.

Hopefully some people may grab one
#3
Hot (if you can find one) - still a great pocket camera, very well built and brilliant for low light situations (e.g. sneaky photos in museums/stately homes where flash isn't allowed)
#4
I hate people who vote Cold without giving a reason!!

Just what is their problem?

If they won't play by the rules, why bother to come on HUKD?

As the OP says, this camera is on sale at Amazon for £220+. Here you can get it for a fraction of that price, which may well help someone. So why do morons have to vote Cold? :x

Many thanks to the OP for spotting this and taking the trouble to post it.

And a thousand curses on those who vote cold without giving reasons.
#5
I own this very camera and would highly recommend it, especially at this price. The lens is superb and easily outperforms any higher megapixel camera with a rubbish lens (eg prackita, vivitar, etc). Battery life is amazing.

For those who understand camera's and don't just look at numbers... this is for you - a true bargain.

Only slight downside is it's an XD memory, not SD.

Think this will be voted cold because it's hit and miss whether you'll be able to find one in your local store.

Nonetheless... a HOT deal!!!
#6
these are fantastic cameras, if you manage to get hold of one then think yourself lucky, luke warm from me as trying to find stores with stock might be compared to trying to find rocking horse muck!!
#7
Great camera, great price, if you can find one.;-)
#8
Great camera - good luck on finding one though :(
#9
Great deal..... Sorry... but i did one better. :oops:

Got a F47 model... 9mp for the same price!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/311698/fujifilm-f47-camera-9mp-39-97-pc-wo/

Cant argue really with either deal for that price!

Rick
banned#10
RickT;3987718
Great deal..... Sorry... but i did one better. :oops:

Got a F47 model... 9mp for the same price!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/311698/fujifilm-f47-camera-9mp-39-97-pc-wo/

Cant argue really with either deal for that price!

Rick

far superior lens on the F20 than the f47. MP rating isn't as important once you get to 5 and over.
banned#11
csiman
far superior lens on the F20 than the f47. MP rating isn't as important once you get to 5 and over.


The real issue between the 2 camera is that Fuji sadly caved into the pixel count race. Same sized sensor with many more pixels means something has to give. What gave was the F20,F30 & F31fd's fantastic no noise on high iso[1600iso was okay - but 800 was outstanding]. This allows no flash indoor pictures that are quite stunning from a compact camera. Added with that a more than capable all rounder and you have a true all rounder with an extra special bonus. A great hot deal if you are lucky to find one.
#12
This is a HOT deal, I have this camera & i think its great. I would recommend it to any if you can get it
banned#13
Lyrrad;3988046
The real issue between the 2 camera is that Fuji sadly caved into the pixel count race. Same sized sensor with many more pixels means something has to give. What gave was the F20,F30 & F31fd's fantastic no noise on high iso[1600iso was okay - but 800 was outstanding]. This allows no flash indoor pictures that are quite stunning from a compact camera. Added with that a more than capable all rounder and you have a true all rounder with an extra special bonus. A great hot deal if you are lucky to find one.

Is the ISO automatic on the F20 as I have never set it on mine. Always use a flash indoors.

I've heard a good tip for portrait shots is to stand further back and zoom in on the subject. Not sure if that is true though.
#14
RickT
Great deal..... Sorry... but i did one better. :oops:

Got a F47 model... 9mp for the same price!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/311698/fujifilm-f47-camera-9mp-39-97-pc-wo/

Cant argue really with either deal for that price!

Rick


I would prefer the F20.
#15
I've got the F31 fd which is a great camera IMO.
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'Is the ISO automatic on the F20 as I have never set it on mine. Always use a flash indoors.'

If you press the 'F' button on the back of the camera you can set the ISO to auto.

If you press the 'Menu/ok' button and set the shooting mode to 'Natural and Flash' - with the flash denoted by a bolt of lightning - then your camera will take two successive pics - one with the flash and one without. Then you can have your nice indoor shots where you can see everything brightly but it looks less like the actual scene - and you can have your tasty moody shots with the auto high ISO. Keep them both or delete one - it's not like it's costing you anything with digital!
banned#18
great camera ! http://www.avatarjunkie.net/cimg/8b6a80c3cf2cbd5f967063618dc54f39.gif
#19
skucode ? anyone managed to get one!?
banned#20
donttouchthehair;3993300
'Is the ISO automatic on the F20 as I have never set it on mine. Always use a flash indoors.'

If you press the 'F' button on the back of the camera you can set the ISO to auto.

If you press the 'Menu/ok' button and set the shooting mode to 'Natural and Flash' - with the flash denoted by a bolt of lightning - then your camera will take two successive pics - one with the flash and one without. Then you can have your nice indoor shots where you can see everything brightly but it looks less like the actual scene - and you can have your tasty moody shots with the auto high ISO. Keep them both or delete one - it's not like it's costing you anything with digital!

Thanks! Great tip. I really should read the manual. :oops:

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