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Code is at bottom (35%).....Amazing price, next price is £165 at Jessops

Fujis first model offering high definition television (HDTV) stills and movie capture, this compact and lightweight 10 megapixel digital camera boasts an incredible 15x zoom lens. Packed with technology and features making it great for sports and landscape photography, while the macro and zoom-bracketing capability is superb.

Fujinon 15x Optical zoom lens
Despite its compact size the FinePix S2000HD boasts an amazing 15x Optical zoom covering an incredibly versatile 27.6-414mm (35mm format equivalent) range from true wide-angle to ultra telephoto. Whats more is that this fantastic 15x zoom can also be used during movie recordings!

Having such a long zoom range built-in, a considerable advantage is gained over digital SLRs as lens changing is not necessary and the associated risk of dust on the sensor. Live monitor viewing and movie modes are also possible as it does not have a moving mirror as found in digital SLR models.

Widescreen Option
The FinePix S2000HD allows you to capture high-resolution images and movies in 16:9 format, (1920 x 1080 pixels) - perfect for viewing on High Definition screens.

Real Photo Technology
This is a combination of cutting edge technologies such as Face Detection, Real Photo Processor and Fujinon lens, all optimised to work together to produce the most natural, beautiful results in any conditions.

Never a blurred moment
The FinePix S2000HD features Fujifilm's Dual Image Stabilisation mode, which combines a mechanically stabilised Super CCD sensor with high ISO sensitivities, (up to ISO 6400 in 5MP mode), for total anti-blur protection.

Face Detection
Face Detection operates by identifying and prioritising up to 10 faces in a frame and then adjusting the focus and exposure accordingly to ensure the sharpness and clarity of human subjects in the picture, regardless of background.

Red Eye Removal
The system on the FinePix S2000HD will only correct redness in the pupil of the eye, not elsewhere in the picture, because the camera uses eye detection within face detection to find the pupil as opposed to jewelley or lips that may otherwise be "corrected" in error.

Intelligent Flash
Intelligent Flash captures both the subject and the background with natural brightness, setting the ideal balance of flash output and sensitivity.

Dual Shot mode combines Natural Light and Flash and allows you to capture the same scene twice, once at high sensitivity with natural light and once with Intelligent Flash, ensuring great photos, even in challenging shooting situations. You can then compare the images at your convenience and select if you wish to keep one or both.

Versatile Shooting Modes
Amongst many other attributes the FinePix S2000HD features a Super Macro Mode, Instant Zoom, and High Speed Continuous Shooting. Instant Zoom allows you to follow a moving subject in wide view, bringing you an additional 1.4x or 2x digital zoom impact at the single press of a button. Each frame can be saved to your memory card.

Zoom Bracketing
Enables three shots to be taken at the single press of the button, from wide to close up, at varying degrees of magnification (original, 1.4x and 2.0 x). This negates the need for having to go back to a PC to facilitate a digital crop.

Playback Functions
The FinePix S2000HD allows you to select and share images according to their original shooting mode: Still, Continuous, or Movie files. Any subjects captured in continuous shooting mode will play as a thumbnail within the LCD, allowing you to continue to look for additional captured images in screen.

You can also share your images with your friends and family by running a slide show in camera.

Other Features

* 2.7 inch LCD Monitor
* Up to 300 shots on 4x AA batteries
* Compatible with SD, SDHC and xD cards
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#1
why is there a pic of ben 10? lol

Mods can you please do something about that? I have tried to put a pic there but it won't save
#2
Refurb Unit though...
#3
Hmmmm... looks nice, might be time to ditch my Minolta Dimage Z3?
#4
Thinking of one of these fuji's, but i really wanted to get away from using AA batteries and use Lithium Ions, is there a bridge like this that'll do that for roughly similar money?

Apart from the battery issue, i'd really like one of these. What is the battery life and weight like on one of these?
#5
Great find OP. Been after a decent camera ready for the impending arrival of our baby in April. I very nearly purchased a different camera last week for three times this amount!!!

Have some heat and rep!
#6
FTCom
Refurb Unit though...


no its not, its the new 1, just use the code
#7
DocDock
Thinking of one of these fuji's, but i really wanted to get away from using AA batteries and use Lithium Ions, is there a bridge like this that'll do that for roughly similar money?

Apart from the battery issue, i'd really like one of these. What is the battery life and weight like on one of these?


i would prefere AA batteries, why do you want to get away from these.
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scoff;7345337
i would prefere AA batteries, why do you want to get away from these.

DocDock has clearly never run out of power in the middle of taking pictures. Being able to just throw a set of std Duracell AAs into the camera is imensly useful.
#9
Well my (probably wrong) assumption was that lithium ion batteries had a better battery life? And the amount i'd use the camera it'd do me good to have something like this?

I'll ask again, what is the battery life like on one of these and also how much weight does AA batteries add to this camera?
#10
DocDock
Well my (probably wrong) assumption was that lithium ion batteries had a better battery life? And the amount i'd use the camera it'd do me good to have something like this?

I'll ask again, what is the battery life like on one of these and also how much weight does AA batteries add to this camera?


According to this review- http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/q109superzoomgroup/page3.asp


Battery life: Alkaline 300 shots, NiMH 400 shots
#11
is new if you use codes,gone for it,at 135 i think its a bargain,not great reviews,but very decent for price,thanks to poster,easy and straight forward to order with codes,
#12
this camera looks seriously good, only logged on to see if any cheap deals spotted on blu-rays films...,

very, very tempted, hoping somebody knowledgeable is going to be able to persuade me not to buy, by saying its not as good as it reads so far!!!

"just read the review on the link posted earlier and decided not to buy!"
#13
Just ordered mine. Ideal!
#14
DocDock
Well my (probably wrong) assumption was that lithium ion batteries had a better battery life? And the amount i'd use the camera it'd do me good to have something like this?

I'll ask again, what is the battery life like on one of these and also how much weight does AA batteries add to this camera?


DocDock, i had the fuji s5500 for many years and always used rechargeable 2800mih AA batteries, could quite easily get 250-300 photos if not more on one set. I have now gone upto DSLR equipment and my lithium battery lasts no where near as long, but then they are using more advanced technology i suppose. You can usually pick up 4 x 2800mih rechargeables for around 6 or 7 pound delivered. Dont bother going for anything less than 2500's and forget pound shop batteries.
#15
I had one of these for a short time - I wasn't that impressed. The reviews are not particularly good either. I have a DSLR and wanted something slightly smaller as a 'carry about'..the unit does not have a solid feel at all and I hated the shutter lag.

Im sure its great for £135 but I would rather go for a Lumix or Powershot compact; the results are comparable but you dont get the zoom or HD movies - if you are after pics, there are better cameras - if you want the HD and zoom, maybe its worth a go. Oh, and the battery life is not impressive - I used rechargeable`s.

The review of the PowerShot is here - I have used this camera and its lovely to use and gives great exposures every time http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/specs/Canon/canon_sx200is.asp
#16
I'm certainly no "aspiring professional" when it comes to camera's so forgive my apparent ignorance but surely, a 10mp, 15x zoom camera which can take photo's in 1920x1080 and record video's in 720p is worth the paltry sum of £135 for mere mortals like me?

A few years ago, I spent nearly £400 on a 5mp Sony compact which in comparison to this, is a dinosaur in digital camera terms. £135 for something which will more than suit my needs seems like a real bargain to me!!

[SIZE="1"][COLOR="Silver"]** waits for a photography nerd to apply a lecture about shutter lag, colour bleed, ISO noise and all of the crap I don't care about!! **[/COLOR][/SIZE]
#17
All I can say is bloody well done :thumbsup:, just ordered a second of these.
#18
kernowdevil23;7345250
Great find OP. Been after a decent camera ready for the impending arrival of our baby in April. I very nearly purchased a different camera last week for three times this amount!!!

Have some heat and rep!


If you willbe taking lots of indoor shots then this would be a better bet and comes in at under £120 with Quidco: http://www.hotukdeals.com/search?action=search&keywords=f72exr
#19
FTCom;7345173
Refurb Unit though...


I had a Fuji referb and it was mint so I would not be concerned in this case.
#20
John Mason
If you willbe taking lots of indoor shots then this would be a better bet and comes in at under £120 with Quidco: http://www.hotukdeals.com/search?action=search&keywords=f72exr


Thanks for the heads up but I've already ordered the S2000HD. The HD movie mode along with the other impressive features had me sold as soon as I noticed the price. I still can't believe the £135.00 price point!
#21
John Mason this is not a referb this is "New" £135 is the cost after a 35% discount voucher :P
£189.99 - 35% + free delivery

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/540701/35-ish-off-new-cameras-at-fujifilm-
#22
Bought this a couple of weeks ago and I'm very impressed and still learning what it has to offer.
I did have the S5000 but that died after 4 years sterling service.
The HD footage is great, and the pictures are right for me though I have yet to give a work out in the open world!
#23
Just ordered...Cheers for a cracking deal :-)
#24
hmm.. can someone upload some HD footage on youtube? or put sum stills up?
#25
just a note, no xd slot only sd/sdhc and this comes with the HD-S2 kit some places sells without.

the zoomable lens while recording is great, ever considered getting one of those flash memory camcorders?
#26
Hi i bought one of these a while back after 1 day i sent it back , the picture quality was rubbish , the quality of the hd recording was also rubbish , in the end i got a panasonic lumix 18 x optical great camera worth the extra money , in my opinion dont waste your time ordering.
#27
reviews sound bad; but then I use an slr and demand damn near perfection! :D Also had a fuji previously and was far from impressed with everything.
#28
Whats the max sd card this can take?
#29
dogonbike
Whats the max sd card this can take?


Whatever the current max SD capacity is (32GB?). It takes any SDHC (high capacity) card I believe.
#30
kernowdevil23
I'm certainly no "aspiring professional" when it comes to camera's so forgive my apparent ignorance but surely, a 10mp, 15x zoom camera which can take photo's in 1920x1080 and record video's in 720p is worth the paltry sum of £135 for mere mortals like me?

A few years ago, I spent nearly £400 on a 5mp Sony compact which in comparison to this, is a dinosaur in digital camera terms. £135 for something which will more than suit my needs seems like a real bargain to me!!

[SIZE="1"][COLOR="Silver"]** waits for a photography nerd to apply a lecture about shutter lag, colour bleed, ISO noise and all of the crap I don't care about!! **[/COLOR][/SIZE]


You must not get sucked into the megapixel race. You will never use 10mp unless you want to blow uo to 30x40inch. For that the quality the camera delivers would not be good enough. I work with a 4mp Olympus C-4040 which takes better quality pictures than any modern 12mp compact.. You have more resolution but dynamic range and jpeg artefacts will make your pictures look bad.

If you want HD video, get a separate video camera. You could get the F72EXR from Jessop with 10x zoom. Picture quality will be so much better and you'd pay the same price, around £130 with cashback.
#31
DocDock
Thinking of one of these fuji's, but i really wanted to get away from using AA batteries and use Lithium Ions, is there a bridge like this that'll do that for roughly similar money?

Apart from the battery issue, i'd really like one of these. What is the battery life and weight like on one of these?


If you really don't want AA batteries (I personally would never buy a camewra without AA batteries) you could consider the Fuji F72EXR from Jessop for !30 with voucher. Much better camera for photos but no HD video.

Remember, the S2000 is a refurb with only 6 month warranty.
#32
no, its not. As stated previously on this thread, this is not a refurb........Also, as I am deciding whether to get this or not, can you tell me why the F72EXR is better for picture quality?
#33
Im sure any one considering buying this would have already looked through the 8 pages on this site
http://www.trustedreviews.com/digital-cameras/review/2008/10/24/Fujifilm-FinePix-S2000HD/p1
and 6 pages on this
http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews_fujifilm_finepix_s2000hd.php

there are some photo samples


Does anyone know of anywhere selling a "Class 6 or higher" 16gb / 32gb SDHC card for a good price?
#34
not good pics in the samples:((( add more money and get a decent one...
#35
am confused,,,which is better,,this one or the Fuji F72EXR ??? pls help
#36
This is old news.........They have been doing this discount code for well over a month and the S2000HD (new not a refurb) has been £135 from Fuji during all this time. You can use the code for any camera and not just the S2000HD.
#37
Try here for memory cards as the doing extra 10% off if you quote CHEAPXMAS-09 at checkout.
http://www.mymemory.co.uk/SDHC?filters=size:16384
#38
Online reviews are not great, but it has some very positive user reviews on amazon. I think I will go for it
#39
Great camera..
Can someone plz clarify, if it can accomodate 8GB cards?
#40
getknk
Great camera..
Can someone plz clarify, if it can accomodate 8GB cards?


It will take any SDHC card so that's upto 32gb!

I bought my 4gb SDHC card in Morrisons as it was £5. Not sure if they are still on offer.

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