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Fuji FinePix S5700 Digital Camera - Silver (7.0MP, 10x Optical Zoom, 2.5" LCD)- £85.49 del. @ Jessops !

£85.49 @ Jessops
This Fuji FinePix S5700 Digital Camera is now even cheaper than previously posted - now reduced to £89.99 @ Jessops ! ** To get it for just £85.49 delivered use Discount code: JESSOPS5 The Finepix … Read More
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[mod] 8y, 9m agoFound 8 years, 9 months ago
This Fuji FinePix S5700 Digital Camera is now even cheaper than previously posted - now reduced to £89.99 @ Jessops ! ** To get it for just £85.49 delivered use Discount code: JESSOPS5

The Finepix S5700 is an advanced camera featuring excellent optics, 7.1 megapixel resolution and ease of use. It gives you as much technical control as you want, while retaining automatic and program modes.

# 10x optical zoom, giving an equivalent of 38-380mm
# Large 2.5", 230 000 pixel LCD display with wide view filter so it's easier to share your on-camera images
# 1cm macro focusing
# xD or SD card compatibility
# Picture Stabilisation mode, which increases the ISO automatically up to 1600 with minimal noise
# Increase to 7.1 million pixels (over 5 million on the S5600)
# "Real Photo" Processor to deliver first-rate colour reproduction, image sharpness, low noise and excellent tonal response.
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[mod]#1
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10x Optical Zoom
This specially-designed Fujinon optic gives you a zoom range of 38 mm - 380 mm, or 10 times magnification.

Macro
The lens is tuned to give great macro results with a closest focussing range of 1 cm. It's ideal for close-up shots of flowers, insects, coins, jewellery, or anything that needs that extra bit of magnification.

LCD screen
The large 2.5" has an excellent resolution of 230,000 pixels, meaning you can playback your images in detailed colour.
It's also fitted with the unique wide-view filter, meaning the LCD can be viewed from side-on, rather than just front-on.

Movies
The S5700 offers a recording resolution of 640 x 480 at 30 frames per second, meaning it can act as a first-class camcorder as well as a camera. It can zoom, expose and focus as you shoot, giving you up to 35 minutes movie on a 2GB card.
The S5700 is also fitted with an Electronic Image Stabiliser, which gives stable movie clips even at long zoom telephoto.

Picture Stabilisation
Fuji's Picture Stabilisation mode increases the ISO automatically up to 1600, giving crisp, sharp results every time by automatically increasing the shutter speed when light is scarce.

Manual modes
The S5700 is packed with a number of shooting of versatile program modes and scene positions choices to ensure optimum results whatever the challenge. One of the most popular, unique to Fuji, is 'Natural Light with Flash', where the camera takes one shot with flash and another with natural ambient light, and leaves you to choose the favourite.

Advanced flash
The S5700, which has been fitted with Fuji's latest Intelligent Flash Technology, has solved this problem. The camera reads a scene in milliseconds and cleverly balances foreground and background light to give beautifully exposed, balanced shots.
#2
Thats an excellent price for an excellent camera, £40 less than I paid for mine a year ago and would gladly pay the same again if I needed to replace it. ant recommend this camera enough.
#3
For a little extra the 8.0MP s5800 version can be had at Amazon for £92.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujifilm-FinePix-S5800-Digital-Camera/dp/B000V9P5NC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1222798794&sr=8-1

This is the one I bought a few weeks back and it's an amazing camera!.
#4
I love this camera, paid £105 for it last Christmas from Play.

Good price too.
#5
That Amazon link shows the 5800 is currently £92 + 4.68 delivery from Pixmania. Amazon sell it for £105.86.

You could also get 3% Quidco cashback for Jessops and there's a 10% voucher for Digital compact cameras. Not sure if the 5700 qualifies as a compact though.
#6
jyonda;3086302
Not sure if the 5700 qualifies as a compact though.


Definitely not compact:thumbsup: If you are after a camera that can slip in your pocket this is not for you. The is more like a DSLR in style/shape.
#7
got both 5700 and 5800. had to upgrade because i needed some very close macro work done. 5800 goes as close as 1cm where the 5700 was about 6" (i had to photograph things as small as beads). I believe you can also zoom whilst taking a video which you cant with a 5700. The 5800 has also a bigger screen About 65mm compared to 45mm (diagonal) on the 5700. impressed enough with the 5700 to buy the 5800 (5700 will go to son or dad)

OK>>>OK I WAS TALKING ABOUT THE 5600 NOT 5700 sorry about that i got so confused as there all the same numbers range and i was looking at all of them at the time and all that data went wrong in my head...
#8
Tony Harrison
For a little extra the 8.0MP s5800 version can be had at Amazon for £92.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujifilm-FinePix-S5800-Digital-Camera/dp/B000V9P5NC/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1222798794&sr=8-1

This is the one I bought a few weeks back and it's an amazing camera!.


Me too.......

I go the same S5800 and its way cool

renagade27
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at tesco.com 5800 -~99GBP - (i have seen voucher 12GBP off ) is 87 +delivery or collect at some extra store
#10
jyonda
That Amazon link shows the 5800 is currently £92 + 4.68 delivery from Pixmania. Amazon sell it for £105.86.

You could also get 3% Quidco cashback for Jessops and there's a 10% voucher for Digital compact cameras. Not sure if the 5700 qualifies as a compact though.
Never noticed the postage charge sorry but neither did the PC world guy when I went in for a price match :thumbsup: (it's usually just assumed over £15 = free postage from Amazon). And this definitely isn't a compact :p.

The video option on this cam is just as good as a cheaper camcorder. The quality is top notch!.

forgot to add.....
Fuji shop do these refurbed for £69.99 for anyone interested..
https://secure.fujifilm.co.uk/shop/consumer/digital/digital-cameras/d-slr-long-zoom/finepix-s5700
They also do the s5800 for £79.99 but that's currently out of stock. I've bought Fuji refurbs before and they're good as new, couldn't tell the difference.
#11
simonbrowne
got both 5700 and 5800. had to upgrade because i needed some very close macro work done. 5800 goes as close as 1cm where the 5700 was about 6" (i had to photograph things as small as beads). I believe you can also zoom whilst taking a video which you cant with a 5700. The 5800 has also a bigger screen About 65mm compared to 45mm (diagonal) on the 5700. impressed enough with the 5700 to buy the 5800 (5700 will go to son or dad)


S5700 goes to 1cm also. S5700 can zoom while taking video as well. Not sure where you got your facts but they are wrong. :oops:
#12
This brilliant camera just gets cheaper and cheaper.
It maybe bigger than a compact, but its definitely more compact than a DSLR.... and the photo quality far outshines any compact i've had.

HOT
banned#13
nokmond
S5700 goes to 1cm also. S5700 can zoom while taking video as well. Not sure where you got your facts but they are wrong. :oops:


Think he's referring to the S5600 which I've got.

Okay so can anyone here help me out, took a load of photos in RAF (RAW) format but they look ever so grainy. What settings do I need to use in Photoshop CS2 to make them look good? I just find the images too compressed using the inbuilt JPEG converter.
#14
simonbrowne
got both 5700 and 5800. had to upgrade because i needed some very close macro work done. 5800 goes as close as 1cm where the 5700 was about 6" (i had to photograph things as small as beads). I believe you can also zoom whilst taking a video which you cant with a 5700. The 5800 has also a bigger screen About 65mm compared to 45mm (diagonal) on the 5700. impressed enough with the 5700 to buy the 5800 (5700 will go to son or dad)


I'm sorry but this is utter rubbish. I have a S5700 which can take pictures from 1cm and can zoom whilst recording film. Also the screen sizes are identical according to the specs on the Fujifilm website and what I have seen of both cameras in person.

I don't mean to be rude, but are you talking about some different camera here?

(Reads more of the thread. Realised post is redundant :( ).
banned#15
lordmedikit

I don't mean to be rude, but are you talking about some different camera here?
(Reads more of the thread. Realised post is redundant :( ).


:thumbsup: :p
#16
Can't find any valid discount codes for tesco direct that will subtract 10%.

Source?
#17
spag
at tesco.com 5800 -~99GBP - (i have seen voucher 12GBP off ) is 87 +delivery or collect at some extra store


Well it is actually £99.97 at Tesco but if you use the voucher and quidco then you can get it for less than £80 if you collect in store equating to a better deal than the original for me.
#18
PatkW
Can't find any valid discount codes for tesco direct that will subtract 10%.

Source?


XXLV96 for £12 off

Apologies for double posting too.
banned#19
does anyone know how good the stabilisation and colour saturation is on images taken outdoors at night? On my sony T1, the lcd showed good lighting until i took the picture, then it was too dark or blurred, in all modes, no matter how still i try to hold it.
#20
yep your all right i was talking about the 5600. I got so confused even at the store when i went to buy it 5700, no 5600, no8500 got there in the end though.. sorry for the confusion and i've now edited the post
#21
Worth mentioning that if you don't mind getting a refurb they can be bought direct from the Fuji Shop at the moment (in Black) for £74.98 inc delivery with a 6 month warranty?

I bought mine from there and it has been great value :thumbsup:
#22
lumoruk
Think he's referring to the S5600 which I've got.

Okay so can anyone here help me out, took a load of photos in RAF (RAW) format but they look ever so grainy. What settings do I need to use in Photoshop CS2 to make them look good? I just find the images too compressed using the inbuilt JPEG converter.


I dont know PS, so ant comment but is there a noise reduction filter in it? Also check your ISO on the pics, if its above 800 you'll most likely get noisy/grainy pics. I rarely go above 400 in the daytime unless I can help it.
#23
We all agree, this is a nice camera, at a great price.

But all of this is elementary.......unless it has a Flux Capacitor.

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