Fujifilm FinePix A235 Digital Camera (12MP, 3x Opt) 3" LCD screen in Black, Silver or Pink - £62 @ Tesco (collect instore using code) / £67 delivered (using code) - HotUKDeals
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The Fujifilm FinePix A235 is a family friendly, easy-to-use, digital camera with a huge 3" LCD screen and 12 Megapixel image resolution. Packed full of all the technology you need including scene recognition, face-detection with auto red-eye removal, anti-blur and panoramic shooting.

12 Megapixel image resolution and a 3x optical zoom lens to ensure you always get up close to the action. The A235's large 3" LCD makes it easy to compose and play-back images on screen. With high sensitivity settings of upto ISO 3200 (at 3MP resolution), the A235 performs well in low-light conditions. Say good-bye to image blur for good! Anti-Blur mode will ensure pin-sharp pictures. Get creative with Panoramic Shooting mode! Combines 3 consecutive shots seamlessly, making one large panoramic shot. SR Auto selects the appropriate scene mode for the picture you are taking, guaranteeing you perfect pictures every time

You can also get a Fuji 2GB SD Card and Camera Bag £10 when you buy this camera.
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Features:

Auto Focus - Yes
Battery Type - AA
Box Contents - Manual, CD, USB Cable, handstrap
Built in Memory - 16MB
Camera Type - Compact
Card Type - SD
Compatible With Sdhc Cards - Yes
Exposure Modes - Automatic
Face Recognition - Yes
Flash Modes - Auto, Fill in, Flash off, Red eye reduction
Focal Length 35-105mm
Image Stabiliser - No
ISO Range - 100-1600
LCD Size in Inches - 3.0"
Lens Brand - Fujinon
Megapixels 12, Optical Zoom 3x
Dimensions - Depth 9.3 cm, Height 6 cm, Weight 0.130kg, Width 2.65 cm
Red Eye Reduction - Yes
Self Timer - Yes
Shooting Modes Beach, Fireworks, Foliage, Landscape, Macro, Night scene, Portrait mode, Snow, Sports
Smile Detection - No
Video Record Yes - with sound
banned#2
nice deal for the price
#3
Can't find any reviews for this item. Seems like a good deal for a Fuji camera for £62.
#4
Thanks OP, was just on the hunt for a little camera, ordered one (accidentally ordered the silver though instead of the pink, doh) :thumbsup:
#5
Always helpful to find a Finepix which takes AA batteries.

Much more practical. Never seen a crap Finepix camera so would recommend this.
#6
Cheers Op. Looking for a pocket sized camera and that fits the bill nicely. :)
#7
Nice Camera and at the right price .....Ordered one thankyou OP
#8
Ordered one, been looking for one to replace my old camera
#9
Hmm, anyone found any reviews on this?
#10
AA batteries = bulkier and you supply (no charger and rechargeables included). Therefore, even if you actually want an AA powered camera you should expect it to be much cheaper as these are not included.

Look here for a super Panasonic compact with proper Li-ion power and charger for 97p more!:

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-6587.aspx
#11
Besford
AA batteries = bulkier and you supply (no charger and rechargeables included). Therefore, even if you actually want an AA powered camera you should expect it to be much cheaper as these are not included.

Look here for a super Panasonic compact with proper Li-ion power and charger for 97p more!:

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-6587.aspx


Got a Lumix like this. It's good. But a bit meh - the LCD screen is a little dark. Just want something more up to date. 12 MP and a Fuji lens sounds good.
#12
Besford
AA batteries = bulkier and you supply (no charger and rechargeables included). Therefore, even if you actually want an AA powered camera you should expect it to be much cheaper as these are not included.

Look here for a super Panasonic compact with proper Li-ion power and charger for 97p more!:

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-6587.aspx

You won't find a cheaper 12MP, optical zoom, from a great brand like Fuji!

Batteries are included in the box as I've got 2 for my daughters and the pictures you get from it are top quality!
#13
Lion batteries eventually stop working, and their replacements are usually expensive or very expensive. AA rechargeables are always available and cheap.
Voted hot!
#14
Got mine today and I am absolutely over the moon with it, much smaller than I was expecting, off to order another one for my Aunt now, thanks OP :thumbsup:
#15
Ok, just got mine. I am pleased with it. If you are after a simple point and click camera at a low price then this is it. I can see exactly what Fuji and their designers had in mind with this one. They probably said we need a simple, low cost camera for the credit crunch hit cost-conscious consumer. Which should retail for about £60. And they achieved it. How? By cutting down on certain production costs. For example, the body is made of plastic rather than metal. It looks stylish but may not withstand a lot of damage. Then again I look after my stuff and don't intend to drop it. The LCD screen is vibrant and clear. Pictures seem fine. The camera start up is almost immediate, though the image processor could be a little quicker to realise what's going on. The camera comes with standard point and click options - flash toggles, macros, even the ability to recognise it's scene environment e.g. auto set up night options at night!

So, despite some flimsy build options, I would recommend it if you need a camera for those simple point and click occasions, such as taking ebay photos. You would have to buy a more expensive camera if you love photography, such as a nice Nikon digital SLR. But this does what it was intended to do and for the price point offered.
#16
I'd recommend buying the sd card and camera bag options for a tenner too. Due to the budget nature of this unit, there's not very much internal memory to speak of.
#17
Thanks for that post - my sons birthday pressie sorted! Heat added
#18
Anyone have any pictures they've taken with this that I could have a look at? Trying to figure out whether I should get this or pay an extra £15 for the Panasonic FS4 that was previously on offer so I'd like to see what the picture quality is like with this. Thanks!
#19
I ended up buying the FS4 mate. It seems pretty good. The case quality feels somewhat "cheap", plasticy...
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Spudnik
Anyone have any pictures they've taken with this that I could have a look at? Trying to figure out whether I should get this or pay an extra £15 for the Panasonic FS4 that was previously on offer so I'd like to see what the picture quality is like with this. Thanks!


Given that I'm really crap at taking photos, I thought I would try the 'flower' setting and ended up with this fab pic, I am well impressed with it!! :-D
I love this camera, easiest I've had although the function buttons are a little bit small for me

http://i371.photobucket.com/albums/oo153/amandas_photobucket_album/DSCF0045.jpg
#21
thats an awesome deal!!! thanks so much ive just reserved one, i was actually in my local store last night looking at these!!! im off to climb kilimanjaro on froday and needed a lighter/smaller camera and this is ideal! dont forget to use the voucher 'TDX-DRET' for £5 off a £50 spend too, and 3% quidco which takes it down to £60.14 by my reckoning, awesome!!!!!!
#22
This sounds exactly what I'm looking for - although I'm a bit puzzled.
If it's 12MP and is as good as it sounds, how can it be so cheap? I've found a Fujifilm A160 (which I'm assuming is the older model) from Comet on offer from £119 to £59, but it sounds like they both have the same features, so I'm confused as to why the newer model is cheaper? I thought it usually worked the other way around?
I want an easy-to-use camera that isn't too expensive (as I have a tendency of losing my cameras!), but I don't want to compromise on picture quality too much as I do like taking good photographs. So with that in mind, is 3x optical zoom good?
All in all, I'm a bit of a technophobe when it comes to cameras and haven't got a clue where to start - and have to admit that I was attracted to this camera because it was pink, sorrry.
I need help!
#23
Thanks very much OP. The missus wanted a new camera that was easy to use so I went for this and collected it last night. Went for the bag and 2gb SD card for a tenner as well. Great little camera.

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