Fujifilm Finepix S1500fd Digital Camera -(10MP, 12x Optical Zoom) -£120 @Amazon & Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Fujifilm Finepix S1500fd Digital Camera -(10MP, 12x Optical Zoom) -£120 @Amazon & Ebuyer £119.98

£119.98 @ Amazon
Product Features * 10 Megapixels, 12x Superzoom Lens and Large 2.7 inch LCD screen * Dual Image Stabilisation to Combat Image Blur and Camera Shake * Scene Recognition AUTO & Panorami… Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Product Features

* 10 Megapixels, 12x Superzoom Lens and Large 2.7 inch LCD screen
* Dual Image Stabilisation to Combat Image Blur and Camera Shake
* Scene Recognition AUTO & Panoramic Shooting Mode
* Full Manual Control (Aperture and Shutter Priority) and 14 scene modes
* Face Detection Technology with Automatic Red-Eye Removal

Effective range: (ISO AUTO): Normal: Wide Approx. 40cm / 1.3ft to 8.7m / 28.5ft, Telephoto Approx. 1.5m / 4.9ft to 4.8m / 15.7ft, Macro: Wide Approx. 30cm / 1.0 ft to 3.0m / 9.8ft, Telephoto Approx. 80cm / 2.6ft to 3.0m / 9.8ft

Electronic Viewfinder 0.2-inch, approx.230,000 dots FLCD monitor (R/G/B colours are displayed in a single dot) approx. 97% coverage
Movie Recording 640 x 480 pixels, 30 frames/sec, 320 x 240 pixels, 30 frames/sec, with monaural sound

Weight Approx. 325 g/11.5 oz.(excluding accessories, batteries and memory card)
Accessories Included 4x AA type Alkaline batteries, Shoulder strap, Lens cap, Lens cap cord, USB cable, A/V cable, CD-ROM: FinePix Viewer, Owners manual
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edit: Just saw the same price in ebuyer with 2GB card also free :)
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/160381
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#1
I really don't believe it. I only bought this camera 2 days ago and it was £126. Marvellous! Oh well... I think i'll still vote it hot though as its a good bit of kit.
#2
I got mine of Amazon in the US for around t£10 less than this price in the summer. It is a superb camera and well worth the money
#3
I picked up this camera from Amazon for £114
Its an excellant camera. Highly recommend.
I've tracked it on Amazon for a while and it usually sells at around £200
1 Like #4
Wooderson123
I really don't believe it. I only bought this camera 2 days ago and it was £126. Marvellous! Oh well... I think i'll still vote it hot though as its a good bit of kit.


e-mail them and they wil refund you it :)

unless you didn't buy it from amazon ofcourse
#5
The price is very very average, not sure why it is hot?
#6
Amazon dont do that price guarantee any more as far as I know
#7
Nice deal very tempted Notice on amazon:

Get Discounted Accessories when you Buy a Fuji FinePix S1500fd
Buy a Fuji FinePix S1500fd before 31st December, 2009 and you can get a matching leather Fuji case and an Energizer PC15-2100 battery charger with 4x 2100mah Rechargeable Cells for just £15.70.
#8
I bought an S5000 three years ago, following very light use and after warranty, the lcd screen died.

I now get a blue screen both on the lcd and through the eye piece.

This is a common fault - just a warning.

It was a good camera, but is no use to me now.
#9
Shambolic
I bought an S5000 three years ago, following very light use and after warranty, the lcd screen died.

I now get a blue screen both on the lcd and through the eye piece.

This is a common fault - just a warning.

It was a good camera, but is no use to me now.



Just because its after the warranty doesn't mean they wont fix it for you, the product has to be fit for purpose a camera should last more than 12 months.

I would send it off with a snotty letter :)
#10
Agree with Tom. I think you will find they will fix it for free no problem. Although I'd make my letter more polite and freindly than Toms ;-)
#11
Very good price for the spec but not exactly pocket friendly! I do wonder where the market is for these bulky 'superzoom' cameras now that you can get similar or better spec from such as the excellent Panasonic TZ6/7 (albeit at a higher price).

Voted hot.
#12
Besford
Very good price for the spec but not exactly pocket friendly! I do wonder where the market is for these bulky 'superzoom' cameras now that you can get similar or better spec from such as the excellent Panasonic TZ6/7 (albeit at a higher price).

Voted hot.


i pointed someone in the direction of this cam a few months back because they were looking for a cam with a viewfinder dont believe the tz6/7 has one
got a refurb from fuji (not a mark on the cam )with leather case and 4 gb card was 125 all in
seems like there is a market for these bridge cams
#13
I am getting this camera for xmas! Cant wait
#14
Has anyone got this to work with the Amazon case / battery deal?

Cheers
1 Like #15
This is £115 inc del. direct from Fuji using code P258BTCC467 (30% off new.) at https://secure.fujifilm.co.uk. This is posted on the btcc.net site and mentioned a few days ago by thefilbertfox.

Ps. I was looking at this camera originally, but I am being swayed by the FUJI F70EXR, which is £155 when bought with this voucher. This voucher brings the price of the new cameras down to lower than the standard refurb camera prices!

Chris.
#16
Oh no! I've had the s5000 for about 4 years now and have looked at this previously for an upgrade (c£200 price mark).

Having looked around that price, I thought Panny tz6 or tz7 would be more appropriate - now I'm stuck - hopeless at making decesions!

:w00t:
#17
cjdpek
This is £115 inc del. direct from Fuji using code P258BTCC467 (30% off new.) at https://secure.fujifilm.co.uk. This is posted on the btcc.net site and mentioned a few days ago by thefilbertfox.

Ps. I was looking at this camera originally, but I am being swayed by the FUJI F70EXR, which is £155 when bought with this voucher. This voucher brings the price of the new cameras down to lower than the standard refurb camera prices!

Chris.


Is there any difference between the s1500[COLOR="Red"]fd[/COLOR] on amazon and the s1500 advertised on the fuji site?

Great find Chris!
#18
Great features but rubbish camera i think, the pictures it takes are terrible with very aggressive noise reduction so you get that watercolour effect. Any of the review sites have full size samples so id recommend to check them first and compare.
#19
marnstars
Oh no! I've had the s5000 for about 4 years now and have looked at this previously for an upgrade (c£200 price mark).

Having looked around that price, I thought Panny tz6 or tz7 would be more appropriate - now I'm stuck - hopeless at making decesions!

:w00t:

Even the best camera is no good if you don't have it with you. I think you're much more likely to slip the Panasonic in your pocket 'just in case' than to lug this brick around. Seems the Panny takes better pics too.

Proper Li-ion battery on Panny vs bulky AAs on this one would seal it for me.
#20
Besford
Even the best camera is no good if you don't have it with you. I think you're much more likely to slip the Panasonic in your pocket 'just in case' than to lug this brick around. Seems the Panny takes better pics too.

Proper Li-ion battery on Panny vs bulky AAs on this one would seal it for me.

thanks for the panasonic ad ;-)
#21
mattmerch
thanks for the panasonic ad ;-)

You're welcome!
#22
shadowdogg
e-mail them and they wil refund you it :)

unless you didn't buy it from amazon ofcourse


Ah... A cunning ruse. I shall indeed drop them a line. Cheers
#23
Lanius
Great features but rubbish camera i think, the pictures it takes are terrible with very aggressive noise reduction so you get that watercolour effect. Any of the review sites have full size samples so id recommend to check them first and compare.


Can it do RAW mode?

My problem with these cameras is that despite claims to the contrary they are poor at shooting in low light conditions. Having bought a S5800, for this money I'm looking at a used dSLR. Even the cheapest have full size CCD and can do above ISO200.
#24
JamesSmith
Can it do RAW mode?


Nope no RAW mode, that would be too handy wouldnt it.
#25
Lanius
Great features but rubbish camera i think, the pictures it takes are terrible with very aggressive noise reduction so you get that watercolour effect. Any of the review sites have full size samples so id recommend to check them first and compare.


I've found no evidence of this through my use of the camera. Are you speaking from experience or hearsay?

Also, bear in mind that this is a bridge camera, not a DSLR. The whole idea is to try some of the more advanced features that a compact doesn't have without buying an expensive DSLR. I wanted a DLSR but couldn't justify the cost as I didn't know if I would use it enough to warrant the expense. Overall, I am very happy I went down the bridge camera route
#26
cjdpek
This is £115 inc del. direct from Fuji using code P258BTCC467 (30% off new.) at https://secure.fujifilm.co.uk. This is posted on the btcc.net site and mentioned a few days ago by thefilbertfox.

Ps. I was looking at this camera originally, but I am being swayed by the FUJI F70EXR, which is £155 when bought with this voucher. This voucher brings the price of the new cameras down to lower than the standard refurb camera prices!

Chris.



Here to help!
Have added the code in the Vouchers section.

thefilbertfox

EDIT. Don't forget FujiFilm offer Free Next Day Delivery on New Cameras
#27
Still available at £120 from Amazon. UNEXPIRE!!!

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