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Fujifilm Finepix S1000fd Digital Camera £116.92 (3% Quidco = £113.41) Free Delivery!! Cheapest around (i think...)

Perfect for advanced amateur photographers, the 10 Megapixel FinePix S1000fd features a versatile Fujinon 12x optical zoom (33mm-396mm equivalent), Face Detection Technology with automatic red-eye removal, ISO levels of up to ISO 1600 at full resolution and ISO 3200 at 3 Megapixel resolution, plus Panoramic Shooting Mode.

Panorama Shooting Mode

For capturing sweeping scenery or large groups of people, the new Panorama Shooting Mode makes it easy to create impressive panoramic photos. Panorama Shooting Mode captures and combines a maximum of three consecutive shots at 3 Megapixel resolution, which are saved to the memory card as a panoramic picture.

Face Detection Technology

Fujifilm's Face Detection technology was originally developed for the company's photofinishing division, where it was used for reproducing the fine detail in people's faces in print. It works in the camera by triangulating eyes and mouth, using an algorithm to optimise focus, white balance and exposure for up to six faces in a single frame. Movement tracking keeps the camera 'locked on' to its subjects until they move out of the picture. The technology works irrespective of the subject's position in the frame, and is not confused by glasses.

Say goodbye to red-eye ?or good

Red-eye is the single biggest reason why the best portraits are ruined. The FinePix S1000fd uses Face Detection technology to find and instantly correct any red-eye from every face in the frame as the shot is taken.

The system on the FinePix S1000fd will only correct redness in the pupil of the eye, not elsewhere in the picture, because the camera uses eye detection within face detection to find the pupil. While other cameras can sometimes convert lips or red jewellery to brown or blue, the FinePix S1000fd never gets it wrong.

Fujifilm's FinePix S1000fd also offers the following features:

# Picture Stabilisation Mode: Picture Stabilisation uses the increased sensitivity of the FinePix S1000fd and high-speed shutter settings to reduce blur caused by hand-shake or subject movement. It allows the camera to automatically choose the correct light sensitivity and optimal shutter speed to produce clear, blur-free images.


# Full manual photographic control: Photo enthusiasts and advanced photographers have total control with manual adjustment options for various camera settings including resolution, ISO, aperture, shutter speed and more.


# High speed shooting: Capture the action with the High Speed Shooting mode: 7.5 fps @ 2MP for 15 shots; 3.3 fps @ 5MP for 6 shots; and 1.4 fps @ 10MP for 3 shots.


# Movie Mode: VGA quality at 30 frames per second with sound.


# 14 Pre-programmed scene modes: The FinePix S1000fd features 14 pre-programmed scene modes that offer a one-touch setting for almost any situation, including: Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Beach, Museum, Party, Flower and Text.


# xD/SD/SD-HC compatible slot: The FinePix S1000fd features an xD/SD Compatible slot which accepts not only Fujifilm's traditional xD-Picture Cards but also Secure Digital (SD) and SD-High Capacity/SD-HC cards too.


# Operates on 4xAA batteries: The ultimate in convenience and accessibility, using AA batteries means in a pinch, more batteries are just moments away.
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#1
Got the S8000 last time posted for £97 delivered. Excellent piece of kit!

The zoom and clarity are fantastic! just beginning and cant wait to move on to more advanced functions. You can still get it for around £136 on amazon by the way.

:thumbsup:
#2
Got one a couple of months back but returned it for a refund after a couple of days. Images were severely over saturated especially the reds and greens. This is confirmed by most reviews of this camera.
#3
jon67
Got one a couple of months back but returned it for a refund after a couple of days. Images were severely over saturated especially the reds and greens. This is confirmed by most reviews of this camera.


of the s1000?
#4
http://www.digitalcamerareview.com/default.asp?newsID=3514

Got quite an average review here. Good price for a SLR tho ...

Anyone reccomend a barginilicious alternitave ?
#5
The S5800 is sightly larger but has far better colour balance and much better reviews.
#6
jon67
The S5800 is sightly larger but has far better colour balance and much better reviews.



Thats a proper SLR though is it not? with interchangable lenses?

These are good for beginning i've found. Once used to playing around it will be easier to progress.
#7
Neither the S1000 or s5800 are proper slr cameras. They are compact superzooms. If you want a good cheap entry lever slr the Nikion D40 can be bought for ander £250 and has far superior image quality to any compact even though it is only 6 megapixels.
1 Like #8
djfluff
http://www.digitalcamerareview.com/default.asp?newsID=3514

Got quite an average review here. Good price for a SLR tho ...

Anyone reccomend a barginilicious alternitave ?


This camera is not an SLR. These are commonly known as bridge cameras or super zoom cameras.

The Panasonic Lumix FZ18 is by far the industry best for this category and has won many awards:
http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/539723/index.html?trackInfo=true

Here is a review:
http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Panasonic_Lumix_DMC_FZ18/

Here is a video tour:
http://www.cameralabs.com/reviews/Panasonic_Lumix_DMC_FZ18/video_review.shtml

You can get one for around £200 now as they have just released a new version with more pixels:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Panasonic-Lumix-DMC-FZ18-Digital-Camera/dp/B000UPDYPI/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1221581416&sr=8-1

PS: I am not trying to post a deal here for the FZ18, merely giving some advice if you have a little more to spend.
#9
jon67
Neither the S1000 or s5800 are proper slr cameras. They are compact superzooms. If you want a good cheap entry lever slr the Nikion D40 can be bought for ander £250 and has far superior image quality to any compact even though it is only 6 megapixels.


I knew the s1000 and 8000 were not proper SLR simply bridging cameras, but the S8000 for sub £100 cant be knocked.

After some use of various functions you will be ready for an SLR and be able to use it a bit more readilly.

You can learn various basics then spend a bit more on something a bit more complex surely?

Is the D40 really worth that much extra?
#10
Tiny Spider
if you have a little more to spend.


It's 168% of the price of this camera, so it's not really in the same league. This is a great camera for the price, but is beaten in almost all areas by the Lumix. But at over £80 cheaper you can't really compare it.

I mean you wouldn't compare graphics cards at £120 and £200; it just wouldn't make sense.
#11
Surely for £120 this is not at all a bad camera? For either PAC or the average shooter?
#12
thekanester
It's 168% of the price of this camera, so it's not really in the same league. This is a great camera for the price, but is beaten in almost all areas by the Lumix. But at over £80 cheaper you can't really compare it.

I mean you wouldn't compare graphics cards at £120 and £200; it just wouldn't make sense.


I wrote at the bottom that if you had more money to spend then this is the best camera in the range.

Some super zoom cameras cost up to £350 but are not as good as the £200 FZ18.

So here you have something that is considered to be much better than many more expensive models.
#13
The s8000 or s5800 have far better reviews and image quality than the s1000. It's a shame the Nikon D40 cashback offer has ended as mine cost me £207 inc £40 cashback. I agree with you that the image quality and zoom for the cheaper Fuji cameras is good for their price condidering you would have to fork out £140+ for a 55/200 lens for the Nikon.
#14
djfluff
http://www.digitalcamerareview.com/default.asp?newsID=3514

Got quite an average review here. Good price for a SLR tho ...

Anyone reccomend a barginilicious alternitave ?


How about this one? Looks pretty good at £92 from Amazon with free delivery:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Fujifilm-FinePix-S5800-Digital-Camera/dp/B000V9P5NC/ref=sr_1_23?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1221582679&sr=1-23
#15
jon67
The s8000 or s5800 have far better reviews and image quality than the s1000. It's a shame the Nikon D40 cashback offer has ended as mine cost me £207 inc £40 cashback. I agree with you that the image quality and zoom for the cheaper Fuji cameras is good for their price condidering you would have to fork out £140+ for a 55/200 lens for the Nikon.


Fair enough. Once fully up to speed with the quite extensive but in comparison to full SLR quite limited functions I will feel far more competent and in turn compitent and will attempt what I've always wanted. AS proper SLR. I just need to learn to walk before I can run.

:thumbsup:
#16
Tiny Spider



As jon67 says this is a better camera!

(sorry, still cant multi quote)
#17
That is a very good price for the S5800 on Amazon. I have had both the S5800 and the S1000FD and the S5800 has far better picture quality.
#18
These was taken with the S5800.
http://i36.tinypic.com/opmz9u.jpg

And this one on max zoom.
http://i35.tinypic.com/120npes.jpg

Excellent colour reproduction as well
http://i35.tinypic.com/3477415.jpg
#19
ludichris
As jon67 says this is a better camera!

(sorry, still cant multi quote)


I know jon67 said it so I was just providing a link to the cheapest price available to help some people. Is there a problem?
#20
Tiny Spider
I know jon67 said it so I was just providing a link to the cheapest price available to help some people. Is there a problem?



No problem at all was just agreeing with both of you!

Good price by the way!
#21
jon67
This was taken with the S5800.
http://i36.tinypic.com/opmz9u.jpg


Was that taken on tracey island?
#22
ludichris
No problem at all was just agreeing with both of you!

Good price by the way!


I thought I quoted him but obviously I didn't :p
#23
Very good for the price im tempted to upgrade my cybershot, voted hot by the way.
#24
ludichris
Was that taken on tracey island?


Iberostar Costa Dorada,Dominican Republic:)
#25
Hot for me...
#26
jon67
Iberostar Costa Dorada,Dominican Republic:)


I meant thunderbird island.

looks good though!

:thumbsup:
#27
I will take S1000fd, it comes with 1000 MPixel, althrough pixel doesn't mean every thing.
#28
ro888
I will take S1000fd, it comes with 1000 MPixel, althrough pixel doesn't mean every thing.


surely its 10Mpixel?

10000000 pixel?
#29
Lol, make a mistake....
#30
The S8100fd is slightly superior to the S1000fd - 18x optical zoom as compared to 10x

Still a good price though
#31
Do you have any pics taken indoors or at night, with and without the flash please.
Cheers.:thumbsup:
#32
Camera is still available - not expired - admin informed.
[mod]#33
Just looking at this on the Jessops site - great price, thanks hakkerz :)

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