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Fujifilm FinePix F50fd Digital Camera £102.99 (was £230.00) delivered @ Amazon

£102.99 @ Amazon
Great camera, i have the f40fd and the picture quality is amazing, best price i could find delivered online, * 12 megapixel Super CCD HR VII and Real Photo Processor II * Wide view 2.7-in… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Great camera, i have the f40fd and the picture quality is amazing, best price i could find delivered online,

* 12 megapixel Super CCD HR VII and Real Photo Processor II
* Wide view 2.7-inch high resolution screen
* Worlds most advanced hardware-based Face Detection technology (2.0)
* Portrait Enhancer and automatic red-eye removal
* 25MB internal memory plus xD-Picture card, SD and SDHC compatibility
* ISO 100-6400
* 3.0x optical zoom
* Playback features including Face Zoom and Micro Thumbnail (100 shot) view
* IR Communication (IR simple)
* VGA movie capture of 30 frames per second with sound
* PictBridge compatible for direct printing without a PC

Manufacturer's Description
Digital photographers looking for a top-of-the line compact digital camera can now take advantage of the 12-Megapixel FinePix F50fd. Following a long line of award-winning F-Series models, the FinePix F50fd offers consumers a super-compact digital camera that takes beautiful shots with the most advanced features and technology available, so that missing great shots is not an option.

Combining a 12-MegaPixel, 7th Generation Super CCD with a 3.0x optical zoom and a 2.7" high-resolution 230.000 pixel wide-angle view LCD, the FinePix F50fd is a compact powerhouse that incorporates all the features users have come to expect from Fujifilm's more advanced digital cameras. With the addition of Dual Image Stabilization, Face Detection 2.0 Technology with Automatic Red Eye Removal function, and ISO settings of up to ISO 6400, the F50fd takes compact digital cameras to the next level, arming users with a host of new features and enabling them to take pictures never before possible.

Fujifilm's proprietary Face Detection Technology also gets an upgrade in the F50fd with the arrival of Face Detection 2.0, featuring Automatic Red Eye Removal. As with the original version of Face Detection, it can detect up to 10 human faces in a scene in as little as 5/100's of a second, correcting focus, exposure, and white balance automatically, regardless of where subjects are located within the frame. Face Detection 2.0 adds to this technology by being able to identify faces at much more extreme camera angles than before. No longer does the camera need a head-on shot to identify a face, because now even a profile will do - with up to 90O movement in either direction for profiles, and up to 135O for leaning or lying down in either direction, for a total range of 270O.

Additional improvements to Face Detection 2.0 include a new Automatic Red-Eye Removal feature that automatically corrects red-eye directly after the shot is taken and then saves both the original and the corrected image file.To ensure that users achieve even greater blur-free pictures, the FinePix F50fd adds to Fujifilm's Picture Stabilization mode to create the improved Dual Image Stabilization mode. This combines a mechanically stabilized CCD sensor with high ISO sensitivities for Total Anti-Blur protection. The combination of these two different approaches reduces the "blur"; effect from the photographer's hand-shake and subject movement even further to provide the highest quality digital pictures yet, with sharp, clean and clear results.

All too often, digital photographers run into problems when taking pictures in low-light or dimly lit situations and have to rely on the flash, which can lead to over-exposed and washed-out shots. The FinePix F50fd builds on the great strides previous Fujifilm digicams have made with low-light photography and allows users to effortlessly capture the moment as their eye sees it, with tremendous clarity and low noise, using Fujifilm's Real Photo technology. Thanks to the 7th generation FinePix Super CCD-HR chip and the RP Processor II, the Finepix F50fd can utilize ISO settings of up to ISO 1600 at full resolution and an amazing ISO 6400 at reduced resolution, capturing stunning images even in low light while preserving the natural color and clarity of the shot.

Box Contents
# Fujifilm FinePix F50fd
# 4xAA type Alkaline batteries
# Shoulder strap
# Lens cap
# Lens cap cord
# USB cable
# A / V cable
# CD-ROM
# FinePix Viewer
# Owner's Manual
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51j%2BGDM274L._SL500_AA280_.jpg
#2
I took this with my f40fd in Aus last year, great quality camera,

http://i86.photobucket.com/albums/k118/froggywhite/Australia089.jpg
#3
A few pages of reviews and pics taken off of the camera...

http://www.steves-digicams.com/2007_reviews/fuji_f50fd.html
#4
http://img195.imageshack.us/img195/3119/dscf0021n.th.jpg

*Mod Edit - Image copied to imageshack. Thumbnail preview to same image
#5
A great range of camera starting with the f30fd and I got the f31fd but probably worth saving the £100 or so on this f50fd and go for the f200exr, the latest one from Fujifilm.
#6
Thanks for posting the ridiculously large picture.
#7
Sockpuppetuk
Thanks for posting the ridiculously large picture.


pmsl, ditto
#8
Is it me or is the quality of those photos very unimpressive for a £230 camera? Looks reasonably good for the price it is though.
#9
The pictures are fantastic for a 12mp viewed at 100%
#10
I would have minded less about the large photo if it was a really good one....

Trying to decide whether to go for this or for a DMC-FX35 that argos clearance are selling brand new of flea bay for £120..........
#11
I have this camera (paid about £170 shortly after its release)...it sucks!

Slow, poor resolution (esp terrible in low light), hate the menu structure. With bright light conditions, you get over vibrant results - no wonder they're reducing it.

Fuji are normally dependable but they screwed up with this one (btw I had the Fuji F40FD before this & I though that was a far more capable camera)
1 Like #12
HankMcSpank
I have this camera (paid about £170 shortly after its release)...it sucks!

Slow, poor resolution (esp terrible in low light), hate the menu structure. With bright light conditions, you get over vibrant results - no wonder they're reducing it.

Fuji are normally dependable but they screwed up with this one (btw I had the Fuji F40FD before this & I though that was a far more capable camera)


Ok thanks ; the FX35 it will be then.....
#13
tonyg1962
The pictures are fantastic for a 12mp viewed at 100%


I recently got the 14.7MP Samsung NV100HD from Tesco for £160 and I'm sure the quality is a lot better than that. As I said, good for the price, but for £230? (Or do I just have a particularly good model?)
#14
f31 is the best among the fuji portable range. (lower pixel but same CCD size as F40/50)

Fuji camera is ideal for snap shot and indoor photo. Superb in noise control.
#15
howardbut
f31 is the best among the fuji portable range. (lower pixel but same CCD size as F40/50)

Fuji camera is ideal for snap shot and indoor photo. Superb in noise control.


Reviews back this up. Only problem is finding one at an acceptable cost and the fact that they don't allegedly take SDHC cards only SD...
#16
you can get a refurbished F60fd on the fujifilm website for £103 or the F50fd for £87.99 plus £5.00 delivery.
#17
What's so amazing about this price? Voted cold.
#18
or better still a F47fd for 69.99 :)

from the forum reading I did on user opinions, the F47fd is bett than the 50 and 60

from what I read they are in the following order quality wise, although 30 and 40s are like hens teeth

30>31>40>47>50>60

a 47 at 69.99 is fine by me :)

Mark.


wingz
you can get a refurbished F60fd on the fujifilm website for £103 or the F50fd for £87.99 plus £5.00 delivery.
#19
afroylnt
I would have minded less about the large photo if it was a really good one....

[B]Trying to decide whether to go for this or for a DMC-FX35 that argos clearance are selling brand new of flea bay for £120..........



Any chance of a link, please. I did look on ebay for that price but it must be my tired old eyes as I failed to find it at £120.
#20
Norman-B;5364653
Any chance of a link, please. I did look on ebay for that price but it must be my tired old eyes as I failed to find it at £120.


http://alturl.com/e7rs
#21
HankMcSpank
Slow, poor resolution (esp terrible in low light), hate the menu structure. With bright light conditions, you get over vibrant results - no wonder they're reducing it.
And it seems that it does not have a wide angle lens. Ever since I got a compact with a 28mm equivalent lens, I cannot imagine being without it. In the end, you can have hundreds of megapixels, but if the object does not fit on the frame, you are screwed. :-)
#22
I picked up the F100 FD earlier this year and have been very pleased with the results.

Wide angle and 5x optical zoom since i wanted something more than the normal 3x if i had the wide angle lens. Taken so many pointless pictures because i had the camera on me.
#23
The quality of the photos from the review site are p#ss poor!!! :shock:

I used to have the Fuji a380 which was equally sh#te.

Cold, even if it Transformed into a toaster.
#24
Back on at £94.99!
#25
afroylnt
I would have minded less about the large photo if it was a really good one....

Trying to decide whether to go for this or for a DMC-FX35 that argos clearance are selling brand new of flea bay for £120..........


bought - rep for you :)
#26
flashish
bought - rep for you :)


tks . Almost certainly going to buy the FX35 myself.
#27
Sockpuppetuk
Thanks for posting the ridiculously large picture.


You're welcome you tit

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