Fuji FinePix S5700 Digital Camera - Silver (7.0MP, 10x Optical Zoom, 2.5" LCD)- £85.49 del. @ Jessops ! - HotUKDeals
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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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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
Voted cold as the s5800 is better and the same price including delivery in Dixons. I actually got mine via price match in PCWorld, but they do not do that any more. I did try this camera but the menu system seemed slow, the s5800 seemed smoother. Its also 8 megapixel, not that the small jump in noticeable but its available at the same price as this.
banned#3
Don't know about the S5800, but the S5700 and S5600 are in my experience terrible cameras.

Everyone will think wow £85! but they've never been expensive cameras, and the quality is very very poor in my experience (had the 5700 and sold it within a month)
#4
I'm undecided on this one. The next model the S5800 is on Amazon at £84.99 with free delivery and its 8MP with 10x Op zoom.
Anybody know if theres something the S5700 does better than the S5800?
#5
I bought an S5800 recently as a present. From the reviews I read there is little between the S5700 and 5800. I'm not aware of anything that's better about the S5700 though.
#6
vibeone
Don't know about the S5800, but the S5700 and S5600 are in my experience terrible cameras.

Everyone will think wow £85! but they've never been expensive cameras, and the quality is very very poor in my experience (had the 5700 and sold it within a month)


I was thinking of buying the S5800 - anybody else got any good or bad comments about it, as the reviews seem pretty good?
#7
I bought the S5800 from Amazon for £84.99 I think it is a brilliant camera,then a work mate bought one, now my boss has bought one.I think it is much better than people are giving it credit for.Try a 8mp compact and see the difference.
banned#8
murzo54
I bought the S5800 from Amazon for £84.99 I think it is a brilliant camera,then a work mate bought one, now my boss has bought one.I think it is much better than people are giving it credit for.Try a 8mp compact and see the difference.

Thats the problem tho... there isn't in my eyes - just the added bulk with no benefit.

btw, I haven't voted - im just commenting on my experiences.
#9
vibeone
Thats the problem tho... there isn't in my eyes - just the added bulk with no benefit.

btw, I haven't voted - im just commenting on my experiences.


Yes there is, with a 10x optical zoom on the S5800 and usually only a 3x zoom on a compact of course there is a difference
#10
vibeone
Don't know about the S5800, but the S5700 and S5600 are in my experience terrible cameras.

Everyone will think wow £85! but they've never been expensive cameras, and the quality is very very poor in my experience (had the 5700 and sold it within a month)


I disagree. I've has the S5700 for a year now. If you learn to use it properly and don't just use 'Auto' it gives some excellent pictures. It is rubbish in 'auto' mode but quality in the others.
#11
I'm looking at getting either this or the S5800, which is the same price - surely the newer one would be worth getting?

Ideally I'd like a TZ5, but that's nearly double the price and I won't use it enough to justify spending that much.... for under £100 it seems you either get 10x zoom or HD recording (on a Kodak I've seen), but not both. Still undecided whether I want 10x zoom an 640x480 video, or 5x zoom and 1280x720 video, hmm. More MP on the Kodak too, but anything over 5 isn't really necessary if the quality is good, it's not as if I'm going to be printing on building-sized paper.
banned#12
murzo54
Yes there is, with a 10x optical zoom on the S5800 and usually only a 3x zoom on a compact of course there is a difference


Not really. Not Vs the Panasonic TZ2, TZ3, TZ4 OR TZ5 (all with 10x zoom), they wipe the floor with it. So all that bulk, for a poorer quality shot.
banned#13
nokmond
I disagree. I've has the S5700 for a year now. If you learn to use it properly and don't just use 'Auto' it gives some excellent pictures. It is rubbish in 'auto' mode but quality in the others.

Yes I did manage to improve things without auto, and that does seem to be a big reason for the problems - but on a forum such as this, most people will surely want a camera that just works. I see your point though.
#14
vibeone
Yes I did manage to improve things without auto, and that does seem to be a big reason for the problems - but on a forum such as this, most people will surely want a camera that just works. I see your point though.


It gives great pics if you use it properly, people who just want 'auto' will be better off with a compact i think. I would recommend this to anyone who fancies having a proper dabble with photography for this price tho.
banned#15
nokmond
It gives great pics if you use it properly, people who just want 'auto' will be better off with a compact i think. I would recommend this to anyone who fancies having a proper dabble with photography for this price tho.

possibly true... do you not think its filling a rather small niche between compacts and DSLRs though? I know there are other SLR-style "compacts" but they generally are aimed at the same market as compacts - ie: point and shoot auto with a few addons.

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