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Fuji Shop Refurb Deals: S8000fd £108.98 and S5800 £75.38 delivered.

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OK I know the cheap refurbished cameras at the Fuji shop have been mentioned already - and there's a blazing deal for the S5700 already posted; but the price has dropped a little on the S8000fd (I jus… Read More
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OK I know the cheap refurbished cameras at the Fuji shop have been mentioned already - and there's a blazing deal for the S5700 already posted; but the price has dropped a little on the S8000fd (I just bought one) and the S5800.
Remember to use the discount code.
If six months warranty isn't enough you can add a 2 year full accidental coverage warranty for another £23.60.
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banned#1
cracking deal that fella
the dearer one has 18x optical and seems to be the closest thing to a DSLR for the money
am seriously tempted as its hard to get a DLSR into music festivals as they dont allow interchangable lens cameras
#2
A couple of reviews:-

Cameras.co.uk - s5800, S8000fd

TrustedReviews.com - s5800, s8000fd
#3
great deal on the S8k!! and thanks for the links, wombat
#4
I'm seeing £87.99 for the 5800 and £127.99 for the S8000. How do you get the lower prices?
I'm very interested in the S8000.

EDIT - Sorry, missed the voucher. Doh!
Thanks, great deal.
#5
aberfal
...am seriously tempted as its hard to get a DLSR into music festivals as they dont allow interchangable lens cameras

After a DSLR will you be able to cope with the slowness and image quality?
In the Cameralabs review they have some images which show a fair amount of fringing at full zoom. This is definitely not a camera for 'pixel-peepers'.
That said it gets reasonably sound reviews - as far as I can see none of the compact bridge cameras produce great photos and this seemed too good an offer to miss...
#6
I can;t get it to go past checkout.
Tried 3 different cards but all are failing, anyone else managed to get it to go through?
I'm using firefox, might give it a try with IE.
#7
Order went through first time with Internet Explorer, must be a Firefox thing.
#8
Recently bought an S5 from here. Fab SLR for the money and new as far as anyone can tell.
#9
only downside is that neither can save images in raw format
#10
Apart from 8mp to 7mp, is there any difference in for example image quality between the s5700 and s5800?
banned#11
does anybody know the return policy on this site?
#12
this is way better than the S5700 deal a couple of days ago

18x optical zoom's amazing
#13
Got the s9600 from here, very impressed. Apparently the sensor is much better than anything outside a SLR - I hadn't realised quite how much difference this made, comparing with other superzooms I've had/used.

Is a big beast though, kinda inevitably.
#14
Hmm I been after a S9600 for a while and cheapest I seen that has been around the £200 mark.
#15
Excellent Deal, heat and repped.
#16
neoboy;2268372
Hmm I been after a S9600 for a while and cheapest I seen that has been around the £200 mark.



136 with the code, and mine was in perfect nick.
#17
You can get a 2 yr warranty with the S5700 for £12.50 , the S5800 is £29.50 , less 20% ofcourse .

The difference between the 2 cameras in quality is negligible , a no brainer for the S5700 .
#18
S8000fd Out of Stock :x
#19
PJR
You can get a 2 yr warranty with the S5700 for £12.50 , the S5800 is £29.50 , less 20% ofcourse .

The difference between the 2 cameras in quality is negligible , a no brainer for the S5700 .



hmm ,not such a hot deal ..... a new S5800 is £106.30 delivered with 2 year warranty here and 4% quidco taking total to around £102.00 , isnt that a better option if you wanted an extended warranty of 2 years?.....

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/734593/art/fuji/finepix-s5800-black.html?srcid=198&mctag=uk_16067
#20
I got one of these when they were £114 and for the price is a fantastic camera. It said referb on the box but the camera is mint. If you can now get them for £108 its a white hot deal!
#21
rooney10
hmm ,not such a hot deal ..... a new S5800 is £106.30 delivered with 2 year warranty here and 4% quidco taking total to around £102.00 , isnt that a better option if you wanted an extended warranty of 2 years?.....

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/734593/art/fuji/finepix-s5800-black.html?srcid=198&mctag=uk_16067


Pixmania have a very poor repuation, just a warning to anyone to do some research before thinking of using them.
#22
I just paid £148 for the 8000fd and would happily pay more for it, superb camera and almost foolproof, (i am living, i think, proof) This is a surefire hit price.
#23
Money Spinning
Pixmania have a very poor repuation, just a warning to anyone to do some research before thinking of using them.

I've ordered on 3 separate occassions form them so I would be confident in using them again, I guess if you have been stung or had a bad experience you would be a little more hesitant.
#24
John Mason
I got one of these when they were £114 and for the price is a fantastic camera. It said referb on the box but the camera is mint. If you can now get them for £108 its a white hot deal!

seems you cant now ...... OUT OF STOCK
#25
make sure your knob doesn't fall off!!!

I got the s8000 from ebuyer and it fell off, they replaced it no probs though...

I love my cameras!!! (S5700 and S8000)
#26
rooney10
hmm ,not such a hot deal ..... a new S5800 is £106.30 delivered with 2 year warranty here and 4% quidco taking total to around £102.00 , isnt that a better option if you wanted an extended warranty of 2 years?.....

http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/734593/art/fuji/finepix-s5800-black.html?srcid=198&mctag=uk_16067


S5700 with 2 yrs warranty is £78.98 , nearly £30 cheaper for a very little difference , plus you don't have to deal with Pixmania when things go wrong :whistling:
#27
I'm in the market for a new camera but I need some advice, since I don't care much about zoom, can you recommend a smaller sized camera (more compact than this beast) with similar picture quality?

Thanks
#28
s9600 is fairly old now, wonder what would replace it and when?
#29
The review listed in the other S8000 deal seems to show the 9600 is better quality - http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/FujifilmS8000fd/
#30
aj2001;2269498
s9600 is fairly old now, wonder what would replace it and when?


The replacement is the s100fs, which is 400 quid, about the same as the s9600 cost when released. From reviews it seems kinda similar (exact same shape anyway!), but with a slightly better sensor, 2 more megapixels and 14x zoom instead of 11x.
#31
These cameras are basically the same pic quality in my opinion...if you have one of some sort I would use it to the death then buy another...unless you want to upgrade the zoom or mp (depending what one you have)..they are all good as each other give or take! I bought mine for concerts mainly but been too scared to attempt to take it in just incase they take it off me!!lol
I took a photo of my mother and fathers house while I was over on the black isle (she lives across the Moray Firth)....the photo came out superb AND it was a REALLY windy day with NO tripod!!!!!!! and you can even see their cows!!lol.....that topped it for me!
#32
has anyone that brought this model had any trouble in getting the lens cap that was sent to fit .. mine wont fit to big dor lens but more than happy with camera at a great price too........
#33
arfster;2269545
The replacement is the s100fs, which is 400 quid, about the same as the s9600 cost when released. From reviews it seems kinda similar (exact same shape anyway!), but with a slightly better sensor, 2 more megapixels and 14x zoom instead of 11x.

The Fuji Shop have had some S100 fs in already, I got one last week for only £262 (inc voucher discount), I'm sure they'll have some more in soon.
The S100 is huge, not seen a S9600 upclose, but I would guess it is substantially smaller.
#34
sburley;2269950
The Fuji Shop have had some S100 fs in already, I got one last week for only £262 (inc voucher discount), I'm sure they'll have some more in soon.
The S100 is huge, not seen a S9600 upclose, but I would guess it is substantially smaller.


Nice price, that's one tasty discount from retail :-) Over 130 quid :whistling:

The only difference is size is the s100fs has a slightly longer lens, to squeeze in that extra telephoto. The plastic casing is pretty much identical (and as you say huge!), with even the exact same buttons.

Here's a pic from the s9500 (one generation behind s9600)
http://a.img-dpreview.com/reviews/FujifilmS9000/samples/comparedto/S9500_ISO80.JPG

and the s100fs
http://a.img-dpreview.com/reviews/FujifilmS100fs/Samples/Comparedto/Fuji_S100_ISO100.JPG

Improvements are subtle, but the s100 is a fair bit more realistic imo. The glass/shadows of the Baileys bottle are much more believable in particular.


All three are nice cameras though - about as close to a DSLR as you get without all the expense/hassle of extra lenses.
#35
arfster;2270284
Nice price, that's one tasty discount from retail :-) Over 130 quid :whistling:

The only difference is size is the s100fs has a slightly longer lens, to squeeze in that extra telephoto. The plastic casing is pretty much identical (and as you say huge!), with even the exact same buttons.

Here's a pic from the s9500 (one generation behind s9600)
http://a.img-dpreview.com/reviews/FujifilmS9000/samples/comparedto/S9500_ISO80.JPG

and the s100fs
http://a.img-dpreview.com/reviews/FujifilmS100fs/Samples/Comparedto/Fuji_S100_ISO100.JPG

Improvements are subtle, but the s100 is a fair bit more realistic imo. The glass/shadows of the Baileys bottle are much more believable in particular.


All three are nice cameras though - about as close to a DSLR as you get without all the expense/hassle of extra lenses.

Yeah that current voucher deal makes a huge difference on their top range stuff.
Cheers, that's a good comparison pic. I mainly bought mine because it was far cheaper (to buy a new camera) than buying a stabilised lens of any reasonable length for my DSLR. Plus constantly changes lens is causing me poblems with dust.
So hopefully it will be a useful travel camera. Shame about the bulk though, it's about 2-3 times bigger than my Panasonic FZ20 and that didn't used to feel 'small'.
#36
just a quick question from a noob, I'm not enamored with the idea of only being able to use these 'picture memory cards'. Much prefer the idea of being able to use a large sd card which I can also use in other things too. Of the cameras that do take the sd cards as well, can one of you experts recommend me one? Also, on the specifications, it says upto 2Gig, can you use 8 or 16? I'm basically looking to get a decent camera to replace my aging 5 meg sony cybershot, (which has served me fantastically for the last 4 years!)

I became a dad for the first time 3 months back, and so want a simple camera that my missus and mother can use, but will take great shots. Your expertise would be most appreciated!!
#37
Ah man i was gonna buy one of the S9600's of there but there sold out now :(:(:(
#38
The only thing left in stock is the £400 camera...

When do they get new stock in?
#39
arghh, been trying for 2 days now to buy the 5700 but it keeps rejecting my cards. i know they work because i have used them. Has anyone else had problems? ive used ie and firefox and 3 different cards (all working) but nothing goes through...

any help?
#40
[SIZE="5"]I borrowed an S9600 from my friend before deciding which to buy.... All the below were taken in Auto Mode. It beats the pants out of my current camera.[/SIZE]

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll199/sparkyshark/DSCF1145.jpg
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http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll199/sparkyshark/DSCF1340.jpg
http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll199/sparkyshark/DSCF1341.jpg

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll199/sparkyshark/DSCF1140.jpg

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