Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd Digital Camera - Black (10.0MP, 12x Optical Zoom) 2.7" LCD - £98.97 Delivered @ PC World - HotUKDeals
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Free delivery or collect in store. Also 2% quidco. (Same price @ Amazon currently but no quidco).

Fuji has now released the FinePix S1000fd, it is a small and light digital camera with an astounding 12x optical zoom lens. With the introduction of the Fuji FinePix S1000fd, Fujifilm are presenting enthusiast photographers with a uniquely affordable digital camera but which holds an impressive range of features.

Perfect for advanced amateur photographers the 10 Megapixel Fujifilm 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, and a brand new Panoramic Shooting Mode

Specification - Fujifilm Finepix S1000fd Digital Camera in Black
12x Optical Zoom
10.0 Megapixels & ISO3200
Panorama Shooting Mode
Face Detection
2.7-inch LCD
Micro Thumbnail View
Long-Lasting Battery Power
Versatile Shooting Modes
xD/SD Compatible Slot

Contents in box - Fujifilm Finepix S1000fd Digital Camera in Black
Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd
USB cable
Battery
Battery Charger
User Manual
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#1
http://www.techgadgets.in/images/fujifilm-finepix-s1000fd-digicam.jpg
#2
anyone got one of these? is it any good?
#3
roryk83
anyone got one of these? is it any good?



Great cameras, not as good as the 8000fd, (which i use), in my opinion, but has more pixels, if it performs anywhere near as well you wont go wrong. Easy to setup and use, good battery life, nice size and shape. Would suggest using SD as it performs better i think.
#4
Great camera but a terrible website and you might as well start looking for rocking horse plop
#5
roryk83
anyone got one of these? is it any good?

good camera, but the only thing is that it takes 4 AA batteries - but they do last quite long.
#6
awesome camera...the 'macro' mode is one of the best features, and takes some cracking close ups...
#7
ace101
good camera, but the only thing is that it takes 4 AA batteries - but they do last quite long.


The description mentions a battery and charger
#8
I have one of these. Good quality camera. Indoor result is very good.
#9
Being lazy, is it better than the Fuji 5600 or 5700 series?
#10
Details from pc world website state that it is AA batteries that you need and are suppiles with not a rechargable. This is a fantastic camera I got it after being reccomended it by a couple of members and am loving it,

Full specification Benefit
Picture Resolution 10 million pixels Resolution refers to the number of pixels (picture elements) that make up an image. The more pixels will mean a better quality of print
Optical Zoom 12 times magnification Optical zoom is most important. When you move the lens optical zoom magnifies and also maintains the image quality
Motion picture recording YES Allows you to record short video footage with audio
LCD Screen Size 2.7 inches Size of the LCD screen measured diagonally across the screen
LCD Screen YES The LCD on the back of digital cameras is an indispensable help. You can use it to compose your photos and for instant replays of photos you've already taken
Memory Type XD and SD
Aperture/Shutter priority YES Under the aperture/ shutter priority mode, you select an aperture and the camera chooses an appropriate shutter speed. The main purpose of using this mode is to control the zone of acceptable sharpness
Continous shooting mode YES The camera will continue to take photographs whilst the shutter button is depressed. Ideal for capturing sports events
USB Connection YES These cameras plug directly into a port on your PC with an appropriate USB cable
Video Output YES Allows you to connect from your camera to TV so you can see your pictures on your TV
Digital Zoom 5.7 times magnification Digital zoom uses the "electronic brain" within the camera to digitally zoom in, the higher the digital zoom the closer you can get
Resolution Settings 6 More pixels on the CCD mean a higher-resolution image. Greater resolution translates to bigger, more detailed prints from those images
View Finder Yes An optical viewfinder allows composition without the need for the LCD screen, So saving battery power
Manual Exposure YES This functionality allows you to manually override the exposure
Image modes YES
Manual ISO overrides YES
Multi mode flash YES Allows you to change the flash mode according to the type of shot you are taking
Exposure compensation YES Adjust the exposure compensation according to the level of brightness or darkness in the image and always get the perfect picture
Self timer YES Allows you to set up the camera and get into your own photos
Picture Effects YES Get creative when viewing, recording or playing back your videos and photos with various picture effect modes
Camera Weight 325 g
Body Colour Black
Battery Supplied YES
Type of Battery Included 4xAA

Wrist Strap Supplied YES
Software Supplied YES
Auto/Manual exposure YES Guarantees optimal exposure under any shooting conditions
Connection Type USB
#11
Did any of the owners of the finepix s8000 camera had the program dial breaking off, something which user reviews said is common for the s8000 model? I had thought about a purchase of the s8000 but this "weak" dial has put me off so far. I wonder if this has been resolved by Fuji.
#12
I'm very tempted by this. I was about to get the Sony A200 but since it would be my first SLR I might as well get a budget one.
Anyone got disappointed by it?
#13
Shame its at PC World tho!!! lol
HOT vote from me
pic taken by S5600 http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3611/3322970439_22a68ee322.jpg?v=0
#14
Peew971
I'm very tempted by this. I was about to get the Sony A200 but since it would be my first SLR I might as well get a budget one.
Anyone got disappointed by it?


Just to point out - this isn't actually a DSLR. It is a 'standard' digital camera albeit with a large zoom. It is sometime referred to as a 'bridge' camera. somewhere between the two.

The major thing to note is that you cannot change the lens as you would with a DSLR.

This is not any indication of how well it will take a photo.
#15
Niggs
Just to point out - this isn't actually a DSLR. It is a 'standard' digital camera albeit with a large zoom. It is sometime referred to as a 'bridge' camera. somewhere between the two.

The major thing to note is that you cannot change the lens as you would with a DSLR.

This is not any indication of how well it will take a photo.

Thank you for that info, I'm a total photography noob.
Should be fine for my needs though.
#16
http://i44.tinypic.com/xnb76a.jpg
#17
taken with this camera
#18
sicknote
Great camera but a terrible website and you might as well start looking for rocking horse plop


Just looked and theres stock @ Bradford (not my local store) -- and its in stock for home delivery..

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/pcw_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0007621659.1236026226@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccdeadegimjflelcflgceggdhhmdgmi.0&page=Accessory&sku=692401

I am looking @ getting a crossover camera so I dont have to take my DSLR on holiday, and wanted something a little bit better than one of my compacts...

ps.. I have reserved one @ the Bradford Store as im going to do some reading up on it tonight but not sure its the one for me yet..........

... If anyone else wants it and is in the area let me know via PM and i will forward the Reference number to them!!

Rick
#19
None in London but I gave in and ordered with Amazon.
#20
pet2000
Did any of the owners of the finepix s8000 camera had the program dial breaking off, something which user reviews said is common for the s8000 model? I had thought about a purchase of the s8000 but this "weak" dial has put me off so far. I wonder if this has been resolved by Fuji.



I bought mine guessing about a year ago and my dial fell off (s8000) but ebuyer gave me a new one..BUT the camera is awesome, truelly love it!!
My husband has the 5700 and we both love that one too!!
#21
comicmankev
Being lazy, is it better than the Fuji 5600 or 5700 series?


To be honest there is probably a few difference but when we compare our s8000 and s5700 the only thing that we notice is my s8000 is better!!
#22
I have the S5800 10x optic zoom and 8 megapixels, its an excellant camera and i even managed to buy an extra telephoto lens taking the zoom to 25x , it came with an adaptor that screws into the existing lens .
so you can add extra lenses !!!
#23
forgot to mention the video mode is pretty good also!
#24
Niggs
Just to point out - this isn't actually a DSLR. It is a 'standard' digital camera albeit with a large zoom. It is sometime referred to as a 'bridge' camera. somewhere between the two.

The major thing to note is that you cannot change the lens as you would with a DSLR.

This is not any indication of how well it will take a photo.


You can add adittional lenses with the adaptor i have added a 2.5 telephoto to my (s5800 10x optic 8 megapixels)
#25
Im going travelling this summer and want a quality camera to take with me, better than the compact ones
was thinking of a SLR one but I know Id be gutted if i spent loads and lost it or was robbed etc
this looks like a great compromise
#26
Verdict
While the Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd is an appealingly cute little camera with a huge zoom range for its size, and is relatively simple to use, it lacks a number of important features, most notably image stabilisation. Performance is mediocre at best, and while it performs well in low light it is lacking in final image quality. Whether you're looking for a small cheap zoom camera or a well-specified super-zoom there are better alternatives on the market, several of them other Fujifilm models.

http://www.trustedreviews.com/digital-cameras/review/2008/04/22/Fujifilm-FinePix-S1000fd/p1
#27
I have the S8000fd, can anyone give me any info on the extra lens/adapter and where i could get one pleas ?
#28
pet2000
Did any of the owners of the finepix s8000 camera had the program dial breaking off, something which user reviews said is common for the s8000 model? I had thought about a purchase of the s8000 but this "weak" dial has put me off so far. I wonder if this has been resolved by Fuji.


Bought mine last August and it is still in one piece. Excellent camera when the SLR is too much to carry around, now replaced by S8100 (very similar except 10mp instead of 8mp).
#29
easy tiger
I have the S8000fd, can anyone give me any info on the extra lens/adapter and where i could get one pleas ?


Not aware of any 'extra lens/adapter' for the S8000, it would have to fit the decidedly non-standard 38.1mm filter thread. Besides, the 18x zoom pretty much covers the range of focal lengths you would want with a camera like this anyway.
#30
I just bought one last week from Currys for £119 and am very impressed with it. Its feels sturdy and well built and the macro mode is fab. Take some getting used to though after using a compact digital, but I like Fuji...always had them.
#31
I got the adaptor and telephoto lens from a Camera store in Tenerife last year. I asked while on hol about increasing my 10x zoom and found that adaptors/lenses were widely available there at a reasonable price , although one shop did try to charge me 3 x what the others were asking after i enquired at numerous outlets . If i remember correctly i only paid about 30 Euros for the lens and small adaptor that screws inside the exisitng lens boosting my zoom to 25x on my s5800
#32
poppyolivia
I bought mine guessing about a year ago and my dial fell off (s8000) but ebuyer gave me a new one..BUT the camera is awesome, truelly love it!!
My husband has the 5700 and we both love that one too!!


Thanks for your reply.
#33
easy tiger
I have the S8000fd, can anyone give me any info on the extra lens/adapter and where i could get one pleas ?


Fuji doesn't make an adapter for the s1000//s2000/s8000 series because you will get dark corners when you use the wide angle setting. Also, if you put anything on the front of the lens, the weight might effect the function of the zoom motor and mechanism. The flash is also effected with an extended lens and you might get dark patches in your picture when using flash. For all those reasons, Fuji did not develop a lens adapter. You need to be careful if you put anything on the fragile lens.
#34
bazzaric
taken with this camera


lol, thats a shockingly poor picture, none of its in focus !
#35
Preston & Bolton have stock but nowt on Wirral or Lpool and no home delivery. Shame.
#36
dobsy
Preston & Bolton have stock but nowt on Wirral or Lpool and no home delivery. Shame.


Same price on Amazon
#37
Peew971
Same price on Amazon


No its not, currently £112.70
#38
roryk83
No its not, currently £112.70


Not anymore then... I bought one from Amazon on the day that deal was posted and I paid £98.97

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