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This was posted a couple of days ago but it quickly went out of stock.

The original thread is still showing as expired although the camera is back in stock

I have this camera already, but to get it for £135 is an absolute steal.

Fuji price is £224... Use code - P258BTCC467 - and it comes down to £135.

This is selling for £155 on every other site.
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#1
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#2
Thank you very much!!!
#3
The code will work with nearly anything from the site, cameras, accessories etc.
I got a s200exr and some accessories for it. Hoping citylink will battle through the snow just for me. :-D
#4
I missed it when it was on before , whats the better option the sd200exr?
Is all those who ordered a new one trying the cashback
#5
Mr Tetley
The code will work with nearly anything from the site, cameras, accessories etc.
I got a s200exr and some accessories for it. Hoping citylink will battle through the snow just for me. :-D


Just noticed that. I added a Fuji 4gb SDHC card and got the 2 of them for £145 in delivery.

I've never come close to filling the 4gb card I have just now.

Knowing citylink they'll burn your stuff to keep warm :-D
#6
I posted this like 2 weeks ago lol. 3rd time up, you would think they would just leave it up there instead of keep saying OOS.
#7
katya1971
I missed it when it was on before , whats the better option the sd200exr?
Is all those who ordered a new one trying the cashback


The 200 is a better camera, no contest. It's also a good bit more expensive.

I love the s2000. Great shots, 15x zoom, digi zoom is amazing and HD Vids. It's a lot of camera for £135. A lot more camera than I will ever use.
#8
For those interested in buying, please read this verdict from trustedreviews website:

"One area where the S2000HD does stand out though is noise control, traditionally a Fujifilm strongpoint, although here too there are a few oddities. Shots at 100, 200 and 400 ISO are exceptionally clear and noise-free, with plenty of sharp detail and good colour reproduction. However from 800 ISO upwards the noise reduction system suddenly goes nuts with the pixel-binning, producing images with very little detail that look like they were shot on a video camera. Colour balance is still good, and the pictures would be OK for an email or website, but I wouldn't want to print them."
#9
Thanks, i have a hd camcorder , im looking to get a good proper camera but im a beginner and im on a budget , the exr works out to be £260 with the code even better if the cashback come through. Im undecided? does the exr have all the same features as the 2000hd with exception of the hd movie bit?
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katya1971
Thanks, i have a hd camcorder , im looking to get a good proper camera but im a beginner and im on a budget , the exr works out to be £260 with the code even better if the cashback come through. Im undecided? does the exr have all the same features as the 2000hd with exception of the hd movie bit?


I personally would class the exr more to be an entry level DSLR whereas the 2000HD is more of a high spec point and shoot with HD, even though it shows the specs of a DSLR
#11
capricornianz
For those interested in buying, please read this verdict from trustedreviews website:

"One area where the S2000HD does stand out though is noise control, traditionally a Fujifilm strongpoint, although here too there are a few oddities. Shots at 100, 200 and 400 ISO are exceptionally clear and noise-free, with plenty of sharp detail and good colour reproduction. However from 800 ISO upwards the noise reduction system suddenly goes nuts with the pixel-binning, producing images with very little detail that look like they were shot on a video camera. Colour balance is still good, and the pictures would be OK for an email or website, but I wouldn't want to print them."


This isn't a criticism at what you've posted, mate, but just a general question.

Who prints off the pictures you've taken from a digi cam? What's the best paper to use and is it worth investing in a good quality printer?

We prefer to just view our pics on the PC then condemn them to a (virtual) cupboard like our old pics..

Is it worth upgrading our printer and buying good quality paper? Or do you just keep your pics on the PC?.
#12
capricornianz
I personally would class the exr more to be an entry level DSLR whereas the 2000HD is more of a high spec point and shoot with HD, even though it shows the specs of a DSLR


Quality summary! :thumbsup:
#13
also for the beginners, do note that: "S200EXR is a DSLR-styled camera with a non-interchangeable lens"
#14
I normally keep my pics on PC and this is where i dont understand people mentality.

They take high quality pics using 10MP+ cameras, but 8/10 use the pics taken to be later posted on websites (facebook etc), emailing family and friends or uploading on websites (like picasa, shutterfly), compressing and reducing the image to be under 500Kb in size so that it can be easily uploaded and light.

Whats the point of buying a 10MP camera to do the job of a 4MP one?

or is it just to join the league of "i've got a bigger lens !!"
#15
AyrHoopy
This isn't a criticism at what you've posted, mate, but just a general question.

Who prints off the pictures you've taken from a digi cam? What's the best paper to use and is it worth investing in a good quality printer?

We prefer to just view our pics on the PC then condemn them to a (virtual) cupboard like our old pics..

Is it worth upgrading our printer and buying good quality paper? Or do you just keep your pics on the PC?.


I wouldnt invest in an expensive printer for home use. You will hardly print out # of pics to cover the cost of the printer or the ink. Better send them out to companies like bonusprint and let them print it out for you.

For better/high quality (poster size), use professional companies. They use better paper and most of all, industry quality printers
#16
capricornianz
I normally keep my pics on PC and this is where i dont understand people mentality.

They take high quality pics using 10MP+ cameras, but 8/10 use the pics taken to be later posted on websites (facebook etc), emailing family and friends or uploading on websites (like picasa, shutterfly), compressing and reducing the image to be under 500Kb in size so that it can be easily uploaded and light.

Whats the point of buying a 10MP camera to do the job of a 4MP one?

or is it just to join the league of "i've got a bigger lens !!"


We keep all our pics on the PC and pass them around friends/relatives on a memory stick. I don't know anyone who prints their pics off. That's why I find reviews about the 'print' quality of pics a bit confusing. I'd reckon the people who want to print their pics off will spend a lot more than a couple of hundred quid on a camera.

This does everything I need. As you might guess from the user name I'm a Celtic supporter. The 15x zoom has got me some amazing pics at the football
#17
Just noticed you get even bigger savings if combine it with a case.

This is an absolute bargain!
#18
This seems a great camera - if you want somthing a little smaller but with a decent zoom the Fuji F72EXR from Jessops is around the same price with cashback vouchers etc.(same as the F70EXR but a different colour).

Edit: For those who are a bit wary of Fuji I recently bought a Panasonic FZ38 as an insurance replacement for a Fuji S8000fd. The panny was nearly 3x the cost of my Fuji it's faster shot-to-shot and has a great video mode, but it's image quality is no better than the Fuji. I wish I'd bought this instead and not bothered with the insurance claim.
#19
wombat6025
This seems a great camera - if you want somthing a little smaller but with a decent zoom the Fuji F72EXR from Jessops is around the same price with cashback vouchers etc.(same as the F70EXR but a different colour)


I agree the F72EXR (or F70EXR) is a better camera if you don't want HD video. If it only had AA batteries, I would have bought it.
#20
Just bought one + 4GB SD :), been looking at getting a s1500fd for ages.
Although I might decide to return it by Monday, as it was an impulse buy :oops:
#21
missed last time, when it soon sold out, so thanks for the heads up mate!!!:thumbsup:
#22
just went for 1. thanks op, good price!

will this take 32gb sd card?
#23
Looks like a great price
#24
capricornianz
I personally would class the exr more to be an entry level DSLR whereas the 2000HD is more of a high spec point and shoot with HD, even though it shows the specs of a DSLR


Does the 2000hd come with interchangeable lens then?
I like the canon 450d deal but its more than i wanted to part with as a newbie to proper photography.
#25
A total bargain! Nice one!
#26
katya1971
I missed it when it was on before , whats the better option the sd200exr?
Is all those who ordered a new one trying the cashback


What "cashback"?
#27
No stock
#28
"[COLOR="Red"]The basket item FinePix S2000HD was removed as there was no stock[/COLOR]"
#29
zygo
What "cashback"?


the cashback offered from fuji £50
#30
it also states the £135 ones are refurb !!!
banned#32


I make that £210 dld for S200exr using code and voucher. Worth a post on it's own. T&C states only applicable on new camera and not he refurbs
#33
Lyrrad
I make that £210 dld for S200exr using code and voucher. Worth a post on it's own. T&C states only applicable on new camera and not he refurbs


yes that what i make it, which is the best price i can see it at right now, i cannot see how the s2000hd works out to be a better camera?

On looking around google, it seems the s2000exr can be had for around £280 new then the £50 cash back = £230 so if the cashback come though its a worth ordering.
#34
Its £95 less so good for my budget. Ordered one of these 16gb SDHC for £16.79 to go with it.
#35
Gutted the S2000HD was out of stock as it would of been ideal to capture shots of our, due to be born Monday :w00t:, baby but delighted to have picked up a S200EXR for only £210 as an ample replacement. Thanks as ever for all the comments
#36
pet2000
I agree the F72EXR (or F70EXR) is a better camera if you don't want HD video. If it only had AA batteries, I would have bought it.


Don't be too put off by dedicated LI-on - I was cursing my new FZ38 for having a Li-on when it ran out on me at Christmas but I picked up a genuine spare from Jessops for only £9.50 - the big compenstion is camera size (the F70/72 is quite tiny), lightness and speed, (the FZ38 will take 17-18 flash photos at 3m in 30seconds! None of my AA powered cameras have been anything like as fast).
#37
wombat6025;7469502
Don't be too put off by dedicated LI-on - I was cursing my new FZ38 for having a Li-on when it ran out on me at Christmas but I picked up a genuine spare from Jessops for only £9.50


Well, if they open Xmas day and deliver them immediately, ready charged, then I am with you on that...... in the meantime I wills stick with cameras that use rechargeable AAs which I have in abundance, and can even swap from other gadgets if need be.

First digital camera was a proprietary battery, and I won't make the same mistake again.
#38
My 200exr just arrived. Quick delivery from fuji!
#39
Mr Tetley
My 200exr just arrived. Quick delivery from fuji!


whats it like? did you get a referb or new one?
#40
Also states cashback cannot be claimed in conjunction with any other promotion whatsoever in the terms & conditions-so the £50 is unlikely to be paid.

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