Fuji FinePix S8000 8mp 18x Optical Zoom Digital Camera £148.10 - HotUKDeals
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Joining Fujifilm's ever-popular 'big zoom' range is the FinePix S8000fd; the latest flagship model of particular interest to the enthusiast photographer.

Like its predecessors the new camera features a stylish lightweight, compact yet sturdy body, but with a significantly boosted feature set, including a hugely versatile 18x optical zoom, CCD-shift image stabilisation, 8 megapixel resolution and Fujifilm's ultra-fast Face Detection technology.

Number of effective pixels
8.3 million pixels

CCD sensor
1/ 2.35-inch CCD

Storage media
Internal memory (approx. 58MB) /xD-Picture Card (16MB - 2 GB ). SD memory card /SDHC memory card

File format
Still image : JPEG (Exif Ver 2.2 )

Lens
Fujinon 18 X Optical zoom lens , F2.8 - F4.5

Lens focal length
f=4.7mm - 84.2 mm, Equivalent to 27- 486 mm on a 35mm camera

Focus
Auto Focus (Single, Continuous, Area, Centre, Multi) Manual Focus AF assist illuminator available

Focus distance
Normal : Wide angle :Approx. 70cm/2.3 ft to infinity, Telephoto: Approx. 3.0 m/9.8 ft to infinity Macro: Wide angle :Approx. 10cm/0.3 ft to 80cm/2.6ft , Telephoto :Approx. 1.2m/3.9 ft to 3.2m/10.5ft Super Macro : Approx 1cm/0.4in. to 10 cm/4in

Shutter speed
4 sec. to 1/2000 sec. (depend on Shooting mode)

Aperture
F2.8- F8.0, 10 steps in 1/3 EV increment

Sensitivity
Auto / Auto (1600)/ Auto(800)/ Auto(400)/ Equivalent to 64/100/200/400/ 800/1600/3200/6400 (Standard Output Sensitivity)

Exposure modes
Programmed AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual

White balance
Automatic scene recognition. Preset (Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White). Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light), Custom

Viewfinder
0.24-inch, approx.230,000 pixels low-temperature polysilicon TFT colour LCD monitor(WV type), approx. 97% coverage, 60fps

LCD Monitor
2.7-inch , approx.230,000 pixels, Amorphous silicon TFT colour LCD monitor, approx. 100% coverage

Self-timer
Approx. 10 sec./2 sec. delay

Video Output
NTSC / PAL selectable

Digital Interface
USB2.0 High-Speed

Power source
4xAA type alkaline batteries(included)/ 4xAA type Ni-MH rechargeable batteries(optional) or AC power adapter AC-5VX(optional)

Dimensions
111.3(W)x78.2(H)x78.9(D) mm/4.4(W)x 3.1(H)x 3.1(D) in.(excluding accessories and attachments)

Weight
Approx.410g/14.5oz.(excluding accessories, batteries and memory card)

Digital Zoom
Approx 5.1 x (Max)

Shooting modes
Mode dial: Auto, PS(Anti-Blur), Natural Light, Natural Light & with Flash, SP1, SP2, P, A, S, M, Movie. SP1/SP: Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Beach, Museum, Party, Flower, Text, Auction

Colour modes
STANDARD/ CHROME / B&W

Movie recording
640 x 480 / 320 x 240 pixels, 30 frames/sec., with monaural sound. AVI format (Motion JPEG )

Playback
Face detection, Slide show, Scrap book view slide show, Trimming, Single frame, Multi-frame playback(with Micro Thumbnail) , Sorting by date, Image rotate, Voice Memo, Histograms(Highlight warning)

Voice memo
Audio: WAVE format, Monaural sound
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#1
Good price. Voted Hot
Review at Cameras.co

Review at Trusted Reviews
#2
http://www.cameras.co.uk/assets/fuji-finepix-s8000-fd.jpg

Voted hot
#3
Voted hot from me too.

User reviews at Amazon seem to indicate it produces 'grainy' pictures for some, but that's probably because they were using high ISO settings?
#4
Really good price for this camera. Voted HoT !

For me though the cosmetic appearence of this camera would stop me buying it.
Maybe I'm getting old and less fahionable but I don't understand why Fuji put those vile silver trimmings on this camera ?
Surely it would look better and less obtrusive if those parts were plain black.

Anyway as written above this is a really good price for a quality camera if you don't mind the silver trimmings !!!

Nice find OP !
#5
I don't like the silver trims either. Suppose it doesn't matter really, but I would have preferred all black, would look much more stylish. Excellent price!
#6
Hi
Was going to Order this
Was wondering if it qualified for Free Delivery ?
Thanks
#7
reegdi
Hi
Was going to Order this
Was wondering if it qualified for Free Delivery ?
Thanks


Yes it does. I checked but make sure you double check when you are going through checkout. :)
English Mainland.

Scrub that for a minute, just checking as getting two different shipping terms !!
[COLOR="red"]SEE BELOW ![/COLOR]

And a warm welcome to HUKD :)
#8
banned#9
Hot from me

Review at Steves digicams
#10
I've got this camera, it is fantastic. The picture quality (I am a point and shoot kinda person) are superb. Paid 180 from Amazon for mine at the beginning of the year.
Voted hot
#11
hottoshop
Yes it does. I checked but make sure you double check when you are going through checkout. :)
English Mainland.

[COLOR="Red"]Scrub that for a minute, just checking as getting two different shipping terms !![/COLOR]

And a warm welcome to HUKD :)


Ok checked again and it does have Free Shipping but make sure you choose the right option in the drop down boxes at the checkout.

You want "Within 5 working days, Super Saver"

Sorry about before but wanted to be 100% :)
#12
Im quite tempted get one myself at that price so voted hot :thumbsup:i already have a decent compact and a s7000 which is a earlier model of this id have agree with the remarks about silver trimmings id prefered it with all black look like my s7000 has though :roll:
#13
Thanks for the Direct Link and Delivery Info
Ordered hope I get it by Next Saturday off to the States next Monday
Picked up the Crucial 2 Gig Sd card as well
Thanks again
#14
reegdi
Thanks for the Direct Link and Delivery Info
Ordered hope I get it by Next Saturday off to the States next Monday
Picked up the Crucial 2 Gig Sd card as well
Thanks again


Have a great holiday reegdi. Where are you off to in the States ??

Don't forget you'll need AA type Ni-MH rechargeable batteries and probably at least 2500mah to get the most out of the camera. Set of 4 and a backup of 4 + a decent charger should get you through.

I would also try and check the prices out there as you may find batteries cheaper in the US ??
#15
Los Angeles First then up to San Fransisco
only going for a week so Driving around hope to get over to Yosomite Park and Death Valley
test the Camera out hope to get some good Pics.
Will put off getting Rechargables till I get over their and see what I can Pick up
Thanks
#16
Read all the reviews and seems a very decent camera. So went ahead and ordered one (with free delivery). Thanks very much for the tip. Heat added! :)
#17
Just ordered one. Thanks for the find.
Was also looking at the Olympus 560 UZ, but the Fuji for £148.00 it's a must buy.

Only 13 left in Stock order NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#18
12 in Stock now. I noticed 16 in stock this morning at about 08:00. I think they will all be gone by 12:00.
#19
Before christmas I was looking at these super zoom type cameras. I decided I'd probably get a Panasonic in the sales. My Girlfriend ended up buying me this for my birthday. I think she paid £230 with a case and 4GB card.

Anyway, it's a great camera. It's not quite as feature rich as some of it's rivals but at this price it's a must. Two things that spring to mind are that the maximum exposure time is 4 seconds, and that there's no RAW mode. Both could probably be fixed with a firmware update but I wouldn't hold my breath. It's also worth noting that although this is a fairly new camera, Fuji have already announced a replacement 10 mega pixel model.
#20
I have this camera and I would advise against using auto mode in anything other that the brightest sunlight or the iso will go through the roof and you will have a grainy mess...if you set the iso yourself the pictures are pretty good and of course the zoom is great.
#21
Fuji made the big mistake of only putting in the standard CCD sensor in this camera, and not the Super CCD as seen in their other cameras.

I think the price of this is coming down as the newer version is due out in the next month or two.

Still a fairly decent price for a P&S camera.
#22
Here's a link to a 360 degree view of this camera for those interested. QuickTime needed.

http://www.steves-digicams.com/2007_reviews/fuji_s8000fd_qtvr.html
#23
toonarmani;1657537
Fuji made the big mistake of only putting in the standard CCD sensor in this camera, and not the Super CCD as seen in their other cameras.

I think the price of this is coming down as the newer version is due out in the next month or two.

Still a fairly decent price for a P&S camera.


I don't think it's their camera at all, it looks like a rebranded Olympus Sp-560 as the featureset is identical. Their S100FS looks a step in the right direction for bridge cameras as it uses a 2/3 inch sensor rather than a tiny point and shoot one.

John
#24
Hi
if it's an Olympus Rebrand would this make it a better Camera ?
Is it possible to attach a UV Filter on the lens ?
Thanks
Ian.H
#25
Any ideas where I can get a bag and batteries for this camera?
#26
reegdi
Hi
if it's an Olympus Rebrand would this make it a better Camera ?
Is it possible to attach a UV Filter on the lens ?
Thanks
Ian.H


there are no filters available for the S8000 :x
#27
adam787_1
Any ideas where I can get a bag and batteries for this camera?

eBay do camera bags. Mine came from Hong Kong in 10 days.. Batteries from 7 Day shop who do lots of accessories inc. bags.
#28
I have tried several times since midday today and could not locate this camera on ebuyer's and still it is not Expired. Could someone please direct me to the page in which this camera is advertised as I am realy interested and don't want to miss it out!
#29
Thanks for the Info on the Filter.
Was over in Currys this afternoon looking for the Mystery Lowe Alpine bag. No sign of that
but they had the Fuji S8000 at £200 reduced from £250
Had a Play with it nice Camera felt quite Solid considering it seems to be all Plastic.
Still wondering about the Olympus thing ?
Regards
Ian.H
#30
This DIRECT link was posted earlier...:whistling:.
#31
Be quick only 2 left....
#32
Think I got last one but had to pay £5 odd delivery because Inverness is an Island!!!!:whistling::p Still good!!!
#33
yes, stock now zero...
#34
rockyfella
This DIRECT link was posted earlier...:whistling:.


Where???


OP goes to the eBuyer home page only.
#35
Expired now.
#36
reegdi;1658890
Thanks for the Info on the Filter.
Was over in Currys this afternoon looking for the Mystery Lowe Alpine bag. No sign of that
but they had the Fuji S8000 at £200 reduced from £250
Had a Play with it nice Camera felt quite Solid considering it seems to be all Plastic.
Still wondering about the Olympus thing ?
Regards
Ian.H


Not really sure what your question is, are you asking if the Fuji is better than the Olympus? As far as I'm aware the Olympus SP-560 has a better feature set including raw support (although very slow) and wireless flash capability with the FL-36R/FL-50R (although neither of these are cheap and probably not going to be of much interest to non 4/3 owners). The Fuji on the other hand is cheaper and uses SD cards rather than the xD cards the Olympus uses.

John
#37
Back in stock - 24 available for the same price.

Direct link: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/133118
#38
FYI - you can now pick up this camera for £140 delivered from amazon

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