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Fuji FinePix E900 Digital Camera [9MP 4 X Optical Zoom] - £132 inc Free delivery @ Amazon.co.uk

Cheapest price I could find for a 9MP digital camera with 4x optical zoom.

Features : 5th Generation Super CCD HR Sensor with 9 million effective pixels | Senitivity Range of ISO 80-800 for varying lighting conditions | 'Real Photo Technology' for exceptional picture quality with minimal noise | 4x optical zoom (32-128mm equivalent on a 35mm camera) | 2 inch LCD screen to frame and view images easily | Wide range of manual shooting functions | High-speed start-up time of 1.3 seconds and near-instantaneous shutter response | Range of modes including Auto, P, S, A, M, Portrait, Night, Sports, Natural Light and Movie | RAW format to shoot with uncompressed and unprocessed image quality | Includes Ni-MH rechargeable batteries and charger | PictBridge compatible for direct printing without a PC
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#1
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#2
Excellent Camera, I bought this 2 weeks ago from Amazon for £149.99 using the Hellmans offer and was pleased with that price, it's £229.99 in our local shop and Argos.
#3
This isn't a new deal, I got one about 2 weeks ago at this price....nice camera though, excellent resolution in RAW mode. However I sent it back and got a Fuji F30 instead (from PCworld, £165). The F30 is amazing, shoots without flash in badly-lit rooms. Added to your rep.
#4
This is a great camera. I got this when it was £149.99 a few weeks ago but you will need a large XD card if you intend to shoot 9MP or RAW files. The 16mb card that comes with it can't even store one 9MP RAW file, although it will store images if you choose the non RAW option. RAW is a file format that doesn't compress the image and so you get the best quality picture for those of you that were unsure.

I may even get rid of my film SLR camera as this lets you do everything manually as well as automatically and take shots indoors without the flash due to the ISO range going up to 800 ISO.

Get a 1gb XD card is my advice and you'll be getting easily over 400 pictures at 9MP. AND DONT FORGET YOUR NECTAR POINTS if you order from Amazon via the Nectar site.
#5
Looking at buying a new camera as ive just come back off holiday and i really really need a new one - the old one just comes out naff now. Anyways what id really like to know, as im not a camera buff, is that if you can get these new cameras to shoot in widescreen mode? Most of my pictures are linked to my xbox to view on a w/s telly - so rather than either have to 1:view them with black bars when on slideshow mode or 2:edit every single one to take the bars out, is there a nice widescreen button to do this ?? Just interested, and this will maybe sway me to part with £130 of my much needed cash over the xmas period. Many thanx :-)
#6
16:9 format cameras are pretty rare, but the new Canon IXUS all do it. Cheapest models are IXUS 60 and 65, these are the same except the 65 has a huuuuge 3in screen. Both available from amazon but they are about £160-£170. NOTE: don't buy anything from Pixmania, (even via amazon) they are a nightmare. Hope this helps.
#7
Been doing a bit of research - conclusion, just make sure you get a good one. E.g.:

Problems

The E900 has following limitations that should be corrected in their next models:

1. Highlight blow out problem, although the camera gives warning in playback mode. But no correction in camera. However, you can avoid highlight wash out problem if you shoot RAW and process later/ or you may decrease exposure compensation. Unfortunately, no RAW software supports.

2. Long file writing time, sometimes annoying (because of slow speed xD memory I believe)

3. Limited maximum lens aperture of F2.8-F5.6, telephoto should start from F4.0 for low lighting IMO.

4. Limited micro capability

5. Image compression (jpeg) is not that good. Limited option. Should have super fine mode in all settings.

6. Small optical viewfinder coverage

7. Outdoor photos are slightly dull looking and dark straight out of the camera. Should use increased saturation and contrast for outdoor shoot.

8. Included softwares are of below average quality. Finepix Studio software for processing and converting RAW image is not included/ or cannot be downloaded. Fujifilm is too much restrictive in this sense. They usually don't support old camera owners in terms of free firmware or software updates.

Bottom line: Fujifilm should hear what people want in the camera and build their product such way. They should put all of their technology in the camera. In my opinions, they put something in one and other thing in other camera (in restrictive ways). May be they think that in that way people will buy more number of camera. They should improve their customer service and respect Fujifilm camera owners in terms of any software/firmware updates. I think they can sell double number of their camera if they use high speed SD memory instead of slow and costlier xD memory.

Also see the following link:

http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/read_opinion_text.asp?prodkey=fuji_finepixe900z&opinion=34159
#8
I thought about buying this camera myself a few months ago and for £132 it certainly seems a bargain. Might be worth looking at this before making a final decision though.

http://sugarmtnfarm.com/blog/2006/10/fujifilm-bad-choice.html
#9
Richards
Been doing a bit of research - conclusion, just make sure you get a good one. E.g.:

Problems......



Jeez Wayne - how about highlighting the good points at least?

I bought this camera back Oct (I think) and it is a very good camera - the average user doesn't use or even need the RAW mode.

Any person who has any knowledge of digital cameras should know to not use the software that comes with the camera and use one of the many widely available free software programs out on the web. Actually Microsoft picture manager is pretty good, sometimes I have found it produces better picture improvements than Paint shop pro 8!

At this price this camera is an absolute bargain. And I am very tempted to get one for my sister (although she hasn't really worked out how to use the last digital camera I bought her...:roll: ).

Nice find Edi :thumbsup:
#10
thanks for the comments guys :thumbsup:
#11
good price for the camera. thanks edi :)
#12
Just get a high speed XD card. They are marked with 'H' rather than 'M'
#13
IMO you are best of getting the Fuji F30 using the more up-to-date 6th generation CCD sensor technology. Or if you are strict with the price - go for the Fuji F20 for the same price (you can find this at Argos); the F20 uses the same CCD, lens and has the same fantastic low light capability - the only thing the F20 loses significantly against the F30 is battery life (although battery life is still very good, it's just that the F30's battery life is superb).
#14
Review:
http://www.steves-digicams.com/2005_reviews/e900.html

Personally I'm not a fan of FujiFilm due their interpolation to double the MP of what the camera really is, still a good camera though.
#15
This camera is better than the F30 - my friend has one and it is awful with night shots...although that is where it is meant to be the best...New sensor and all...

Schizo - The E900 does not interpolate 4.5mp to 9mp... Quote "We've never been big fans of in-camera interpolation, and we're happy that Fuji has abandoned it in the E900" From the review that you just posted...
THe F610 interpolated the picture from 6.1 to 12 but not for the e900...
#16
Check out http://7dayshop.com
There are some good offers on digital cameras on this site.
#17
Ahhhh
I'm glad I'm wrong then :)
#18
Bigfootpete
This camera is better than the F30 - my friend has one and it is awful with night shots...although that is where it is meant to be the best...New sensor and all...

Schizo - The E900 does not interpolate 4.5mp to 9mp... Quote "We've never been big fans of in-camera interpolation, and we're happy that Fuji has abandoned it in the E900" From the review that you just posted...
THe F610 interpolated the picture from 6.1 to 12 but not for the e900...


Your friends F30 must be faulty or on the wrong settings or something! The F30 has almost twice the sensitivity at a given ISO than the E900, or in fact any other compact camera (apart from the F20 of course, which is the same camera with lower-res LCD and no manual controls).

Soon all cameras will use hexagonal CCD grids, hopefully Fuji will sell the technology to Canon so we can get some usable high-resolution night shots at last. The difference is...well, astounding. In terms of image noise my £165 F30 outperforms my £320 Canon G7 in anything short of bright sunlight. GET A FUJI!
#19
Price dropped to £130.99 delivered :santa:

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