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Fuji S5700 £89.99 with Voucher

£89.99 @ Jessops
Was having a look around on the net at different cameras, when this came up on the Jessops website at £99.99. Not bad price, ebuyer are a bit cheaper but when you add the 10% off, this makes it an £89… Read More
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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Was having a look around on the net at different cameras, when this came up on the Jessops website at £99.99. Not bad price, ebuyer are a bit cheaper but when you add the 10% off, this makes it an £89.99 camera!

I havent included delivery as you can collect from stores!
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#1
I have just received this camera yesterday from Fuji I paid £78 with two years warranty
#2
Refurb?
#3
Yes its £64 ay the Fuji SHop for a refurb (using 20% off code) , OOS at the moment tho, nothing wrong with refurbs BTW :thumbsup:
#4
£95 from play delivered.

also jessops needs to be included in the title!
banned#5
deanos
Yes its £64 ay the Fuji SHop for a refurb (using 20% off code) , OOS at the moment tho, nothing wrong with refurbs BTW :thumbsup:

in your opinion.


It should still be mentioned its a refurb :)
suspended#6
10%off voucher expired!
#7
Im with Deanos on this - the refurb i got from Fuji the only way i know its a refurb is because it says on the box. It has the latest firmware on it, had no marks at all (until i touched it!) and CD was newer s/w than fujis website! Oh and it smelt new too.

i hope everyone using this camera knows this:

As you can see from reading the posts in this thread, that most of our members have found the that placing the Mode Selector in the P for Programed Auto position, setting the ISO selection to the "Auto(400)" position for out of doors photos, and to the "Auto(800)" position for indoor photos made without flash seems to produce better results. When using flash and finding yourself within 6 to 8 feet of your subject, you can safely set the ISO setting to a hard ISO number, in this case, the ISO is set to "64." So there is the beginning of a set of formulae that produces some very good photos."

from http://www.dcresource.com/forums/showthread.php?t=31915&page=7
#8
thanks sainthalo for some good info and op for the post.
#9
euglycaemia
10%off voucher expired!

JESSOPS10 still works for 10% discount.

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Only seems to be available in silver atm.

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