Fuji Finepix S5800 8.1mp 10x Optical Zoom Digital Camera £94.99 free delivery - HotUKDeals
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Fujifilm introduces the Fujifilm FinePix S5800, an 8.0 Megapixel version of FinePix S5700. The Fujifilm S5800 is also fitted with a 10x long-zoom FUJINON lens and in addition, the Fujifilm FinePix S5800 is equipped with variety of shooting functions such as ISO 1600 sensitivity, Picture Stabilization (Anti-blur), Intelligent-Flash, powerful movie functions, and Super Macro mode. The Fujifilm S5800 offers a bright, 2.5, 230K LCD, with a refresh rate of 60 frames per second. Furthermore, the camera is fitted with a Wide View filter, enabling consumers to view the LCD at oblique angles, which is great for awkward shots or group playback. Despite the long zoom, the Fujifilm FinePix S5800 is remarkably compact.

Resolution 8.1 Megapixel CCD
Focal Length (Eqv 35mm). 10 x Optical (38-380mm)
LCD 2.5", 230,000 pixels
Power 4 x AA
Dimensions 106.1mm x 75.7mm x 80.7mm
Memory Card xD Picture Card (xD) / SD / SDHC
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#1
What manual features do you get on a camera like this, if any...?
#2
agentjont
What manual features do you get on a camera like this, if any...?

You usually get full manual control with cameras of this class, you certainly do with Canon and Panasonic.
#3
I own this and it is a fantastic camera - available reconditioned from Fuji Shop for around this price too.
Fully manual is supported and available - can manually adjust the aperture, shutter speed and ISO setting.
#4
Brill Camera, bought this from comet a few weeks ago for around £115..... its quite a small camera, not pocket sized, but i prefer them like this to the slim small pocket cams, awesome quality, sometimes you get a purple tinge but hardly noticable at time unless you zoom in fully on the computer
#5
The only thing stopping me getting this camera is the Purple fringing effect.
#6
bought the s9600 of the refurb shop recently, still toying with it - on & off get blurred pics!!
#7
This has, in my opinion, got to be a great deal for a great camera. The 7MP version, the S5700, has had widespread excellent reviews (I was looking at getting one as a Christmas present to myself) and is still selling for between £85 and £100.
Voted Hot! :thumbsup:
#8
I bought this camera last week, and I must say I am loving it..don't leave home without it :D
#9
I want one, I have only ever used compacts, can any one recommend another £100 limit camera that is better than this, or is this the winner?!
#10
This seems to be a great deal. My S5500 4 megapixel I bought 3 years ago has served me faithfully. Biggest downside with that one was the XD cards that they need (generally more expensive than the SD cards used in a lot of cameras and not as commonly available).
#11
robovski;2405324
This seems to be a great deal. My S5500 4 megapixel I bought 3 years ago has served me faithfully. Biggest downside with that one was the XD cards that they need (generally more expensive than the SD cards used in a lot of cameras and not as commonly available).


Check the fuji accessories shop, they sometimes have cheap ones.
#12
Not bad offer on a good camera
#13
I bought this one recently too. It is excelent in point and shoot mode and you will get a fantastic picture 99 /100 times with little effort.
It has a superb macro function that gives clear shots from an amazing 1cm!
Also its video function is damned good , as long as you only want basic then it as good as a cheap camcorder
The manual features are *all* there , but incredibly unfreindly. manual focus for instance doesnt like you unfocusing , and takes forever to cover the whole range - a few mins!.
#14
i own an s6500d

its ok. it does take some good shots but then again, its down to the person using it. Im a keen photographer and its the closest i could get the dSLR until after graduation :O

if you are wanting to make the progression from point and shoot > dSLR, go for this type of camera.

as mentioned, the xD cards suck big time. They are slow as anything and so the camera is slow to save photos, esp if in multi shot.

another note : The lcd in the viewfinder is truely awful. you cant tell if the pic is in or out of focus.
#15
U wont get better at this ££££......

Fujinon lens are great quality, as used in BBC cameras.... though probably their lens are slight better (!!!)

still, love Fuji stuff, used properly u can take amazing photos

ps: ALL lcd viewfinders are garbage. just use the liveview screen.
#16
cats


ps: ALL lcd viewfinders are garbage. just use the liveview screen.


i cannot stand using screens to take photos. I much prefer viewfinders. End result is always better
#17
cats
U wont get better at this ££££......

Fujinon lens are great quality, as used in BBC cameras.... though probably their lens are slight better (!!!)

still, love Fuji stuff, used properly u can take amazing photos

ps: ALL lcd viewfinders are garbage. just use the liveview screen.


You sure? I didn't think they did stuff for the commercial market.
#18
Is this anywhere near or better in standereds to the old Canon 350D with the lens?

I currently have the 350D and i am buying the 450D in a months time but i want another camera that i can use more casually.
#19
Power 4 x AA BATTERY'S? they still make cameras with those...
#20
Speculator
The only thing stopping me getting this camera is the Purple fringing effect.


Avoidable if you don't use auto settings.

As with all Finepix cameras.
#21
[QUOTE=teddyshady]Is this anywhere near or better in standereds to the old Canon 350D with the lens?[QUOTE]

no way, but you gets what you pay for
#23
I am wanting to take good quality action shots of my sons playing football. Will this camera handle action shots with the lens at 10 x. Every digital camera i have had sucks at high speed action shots.
#24
If it's anything like mine, you can set it to 'action' which will minimize shutter time. This is really only effective when there is plenty of light. I've certainly used it for events my wife has run at the horse stables.
#25
Great camera and I bought these batteries/charger for mine [url]www.hotukdeals.com/item/204166/uniross-x-press-700-slim-charger-pl/[/url]
1 Like #26
teddyshady
Is this anywhere near or better in standereds to the old Canon 350D with the lens?

I currently have the 350D and i am buying the 450D in a months time but i want another camera that i can use more casually.


Dont rush to buy the 450D, there is a new Canon the 1000D I think, coming out at the same price level as the 450D but with extra features (sorry thats all I know so far)

That said, 450's should get really cheap when the 1000 is launched!
#27
This is a terrific camera. I had a Sony Cybershot before this and I thought that was great but this is absolutely spot on. Pictures are as clear as a bell - even on a close up of a baby blackbird taken from standing height without bending down - crystal clear. No purple fringe noticeable for me even on auto. Wish I'd got one earlier.

Diekund
i cannot stand using screens to take photos. I much prefer viewfinders. End result is always better


Not always - If I use the viewfinder I find that I shake more than I do using the screen. I quite like using the screen tbh (apart from when the sun is behind you - then you can't see it very well.
#28
Have ordered it. It says on the details it takes sd cards, does it?

Where's the best place to get a case for it?
#29
Libitina
Have ordered it. It says on the details it takes sd cards, does it?

Where's the best place to get a case for it?



Yes definately takes SD cards. I got this 2GB one for mine for £4.47
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/123402
You can sometimes still add items to your order.


Edit: Looks like i can't post links to ebay, but search on there and you can get a case for under a fiver.
#30
hargravegas
Dont rush to buy the 450D, there is a new Canon the 1000D I think, coming out at the same price level as the 450D but with extra features (sorry thats all I know so far)

That said, 450's should get really cheap when the 1000 is launched!


the 1000D is a step below the 450D, it only has 7 point auto-focus, will be in the range slightly below the 450D, that said it has some good features

http://www.dpreview.com/previews/Canon_1000D/
#31
I'm going to the airshow at Fairford in a couple of weeks, what's the best setting for photographing planes in flight? Some fast, some slow?
#32
Don't be fooled, there is no picture stabilization in this camera. What it does in cranking up the ISO and use a faster shutter speed (something you can do manually with any camera with manual mode) which gives you horrible grainy and washed-out resilts. The S800ofd is only about £25 more but offers 27mm wide angle to 586mm tele, real IS (picture stabilisation) and many more features.
#33
AugQX
the 1000D is a step below the 450D, it only has 7 point auto-focus, will be in the range slightly below the 450D, that said it has some good features

http://www.dpreview.com/previews/Canon_1000D/


i think i will stick with the EOS- 450D... buying from America for just over £350 with no lens so good price i think.
#34
Got mine yesterday. I was surprised by how light it is, I thought it'd be heavier.
Very easy to use, even comes with energiser batteries, so all you need is a card to get started.
Photo's look great to my untrained eye.

Thanks OP. :thumbsup:

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