Fujifilm FinePix S1600 Digital Camera (12MP, 15x Wide Optical Zoom) 3 inch LCD - £87.99 @ Fuji Shop - HotUKDeals
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USE voucher code P832A4V3T8MES for a substantial saving (Can also be used on other new cameras at Fuji Shop)

Thanks to Philmitchell for his Amazon deal thread - but I found this NEW from Fuji Shop quite a bit cheaper.

There was a deal at M&S for this a week or more back for £69.99 but that expired within an hour or so of posting. The next best I've seen this is £99.98.


Product Features
12 Megapixel camera with 3 inch LCD,15 x optical zoom and 28mm wide angle lens
Dual Image Stabilisation with up to ISO 6400
Scene Recognition Auto
Multi modes including Target Auto Focus, Instant Zoom, Panorama Mode, continuous shooting, manual photographic controls
Intelligent Face Detection with red-eye removal, high-speed shooting, best framing and histogram display
Technical Details

Number of effective pixels: 12.2 million pixels
CCD sensor: 1/ 2.3-inch CCD
Storage media: Internal memory (approx. 23MB) / SD memory card / SDHC memory card
File format: Still image - JPEG (Exif Ver 2.2 ) / Movie - AVI (Motion JPEG ) with sound / Audio: WAVE format, Monaural sound
Number of recorded pixels: L:4000×3000Pixel<4:3>/4000×2664Pixel<3:2>/4000×2248<16:9>/M:2816×2112Piexl<4:3>/2816×1864Piexl<3:2/2816×1584Piexl<16:9>/ S:2048×1536Piexl<4:3>/2048×1360Piexl<3:2>/1920×1080Piexl<16:9>
Lens: S1600 - Fujinon 15X Optical zoom lens , F3.1 (Wide) - F5.6(Telephoto)
Lens focal length: f=5.0 - 75.0 mm, equivalent to 28 - 420 mm on a 35 mm
Aperture: F3.1/F6.4(Wide), F5.6/F11(Telephoto) with ND filter
Digital zoom: Approx. 6.3x up to 94.5 × with optical zoom
Focus distance (from lens surface): Wide: Approx. 40cm(1.3ft) to infinity, Telephoto: Approx. 2.5 m(8.2 ft) to infinity,Macro: Wide: Approx. 5 cm - 3m /0.2ft.-9.8ft. Telephoto: Approx. 1.8m - 3m /5.9ft.-9.8ft,Super Macro: Approx. 2cm - 100cm /0.1ft.- 3.3ft.
Sensitivity: Auto / Equivalent to ISO 64/100/200/400/800/1600/3200*/6400* (Standard Output Sensitivity)*3M or lower (Number of record)
Exposure control: TTL 256-zones metering,spot,multi
Exposure mode: Programmed AE, Shutter Priority AE, Apeture Priority AE, Manual
Shooting modes: SP Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night(Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Natural Light, Natural Light & with Flash, Beach, Party, Flower, Text, Smile, Zoom Bracketing,MODE DIAL:SR AUTO, AUTO, P, S, A, M, Custom, Movie, Panorama, SP
Image Stabilizer: CCD-shift type
Shutter speed: Auto mode - 1/4 sec. to 1/2000 sec. , All other modes - 8 sec. to 1/2000 sec.
Continuous shooting: TOP-3: up to 1.3 fps
Last 3 frames recorded,LONG PERIOD: up to 1.3 fps
Maximum number of frames varies with image size and available memory
Focus Mode: Single AF, continuous AF, Autofocus system: Contrast detect TTL AF AF assist illuminator available, Focus-area selection: CENTER, MULTI, AREA, TRACKING
White balance: Automatic scene recognition Preset: Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White),Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light, Custom
Self-timer: Approx. 10 sec./2 sec. delay
Flash: Auto flash Effective range:(ISO AUTO), Nomal Wide: approx. 40 cm–8 m/1.3 ft.–26.2 ft., Telwphoto: approx. 2.5 m–4.4 m/8.2 ft.–14.4 ft.,Macro Wide: approx. 30 cm–3 m/1 ft.–9.8 ft., Telwphoto: approx.1.8 m–3 m/1 ft.–5.9 ft.,Flash mode Red-eye removal OFF: Auto, Forced Flash, Off , Slow Synchro ,Red-eye removal ON: Auto with Red-eye removal, Forced Flash with Red-eye Removal, Off , Slow Sync with Red-eye Removal
Electronic Viewfinder: 0.2-in., 200k-dot color LCD viewfinder Approx. 99% (shooting), 100% (playback)
LCD monitor: 3.0-inch, Approx. 230,000 dots, colour LCD monitor, Approx. 97% (shooting), 100% (playback)
Movie recording: 1280 x 720 pixels (30frames / sec.) / 640 x 480 pixels / 320 x 240 pixels (30 frames / sec.) with monaural sound
Photography functios: Instant zoom, Intelligent Face Detection with red-eye removal, high-speed shooting, best framing,frame number memory, and histogram display
Playback functions: Intelligent Face Detection, red-eye removal, micro thumbnail, multi-frame playback, sort-by-date,cropping, resize, slide show, image rotation, voice memo, histogram display, and exposure warning
Video output: NTSC/PAL selectable
HDMI output
Digital interface: USB 2.0 High-Speed
Power supply: 4xAA type alkaline batteries (included) / 4xAA type Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (sold separately) 4xAA type lithium batteries (sold separately) / DC coupler CP-04 with AC power adapter AC-5VX (sold separately)

Thanks to mumbojumbo: See his posts below for a decent case for an extra £6.99
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#1
I think the link is broken - here's the deal: https://secure.fujifilm.co.uk/shop/consumer/digital/digital-cameras/d-slr-long-zoom/finepix-s1600
Remember to use the voucher code...

Edit: Deal link fixed now - thanks mods / helpers :)

Edited By: wombat6025 on Apr 08, 2011 16:58: thanks
#2
mumbojumbo
Good deal. It's still £119.97 in Currys.

Leather case available from Fujifilm for £9.99:
https://secure.fujifilm.co.uk/shop/consumer/digital/digital-accessories/camera-cases/finepix-s9500-s6500fd-s9600-premium-case-170496


You'd get another £3 off that with the code - so £6.99 is a bargain; but I'm not sure how well that case will fit (if anything it'd be large) I'm not sure; I can only say they sell a S1000/2000 series case for £24.99

Edit: See mumbojumbo's pic below showing the camera in the £6.99 case.


Edited By: wombat6025 on Apr 08, 2011 17:25: edit
#3
Takes

4 x AA Alkaline batteries
#4
tarr
Takes

4 x AA Alkaline batteries


Even better - while you are on, get some of these to save a fortune in months/years to come: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vapextech-instant-2300mah-aa-4-pack-5-40-delivered-vapextech-uk/899666
#5
mumbojumbo
Yeah, the case is a little large, but as it is triangular shaped, the camera sits quite nicely in the apex:

http://img641.imageshack.us/img641/1796/dsc00029ab.jpg



Thanks for taking the trouble to get a picture ;)

It does look a bit loose - but at least you won't have a fight getting the camera in and out of the case...
#6
Refurbed HS10 is only £180 delivered with code P10FEB15




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Edited By: solonely on Apr 08, 2011 18:00
#7
solonely
Refurbed HS10 is only £180 delivered with code P10FEB15

Yeah that's a great price - I posted it yesterday on the latest Fuji Refurb thread.




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2 Likes #8
P832A4V3T8BJK gets it down to £82.49
#9
Pity it,s AA battery if it was rechargeable built in would be good offer, these eat batteries.
#10
That's why you get rechargeable AA batteries, preferably staycharged. :|
#11
I have the S5800 and at this price seriously tempted to upgrade

Edited By: Bigred01 on Apr 08, 2011 22:29: .
#12
I have the s1500 and love it. I use rechargeables and they seem to last for 100s of shots.
I'm not a pro photographer but wanted something a bit more versatile than a pocket camera and these cameras do the business.
My only complaint is the noisy zoom when you are taking video.
I also have a similar bag but I just put my camcorder on top so I don't have to carry 2 bags.
#13
is this the same camera that was available from asda awhile ago?
#14
I think they have sold it but it's not the GE X5 that I think you might mean, wouldn't say this was great but expect it's better than the GE.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ge-x5-black-14-1-megapixel-15x-optical-zoom-2-7-inch-lcd-digital-camera-77-insto/852412
#15
Yomanda
Pity it,s AA battery if it was rechargeable built in would be good offer, these eat batteries.
Each to their own, but I'd say the opposite - at least if your AA batteries (whether rechargeable or disposable) run out, you can buy more from any supermarket etc - with a dedicated rechargeable you're stuffed if you don't have a spare (or if, as happened to me recently, your charger fails whilst you're away on holiday)! As Pondlife said, just buy some decent rechargeable AA batteries - that way you've got the best of both worlds.
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Yeh, these DO NOT eat batteries, been using 2100 and 2500 mah batteries in my last 2 fuji cameras for over 4 years and they last for ages. Cheap and easy to buy, far preferable to a camera specific battery that is hard t find and expensive.

I just can't decide whether to chop in my excellent S5800 for one of these cameras, some of the reviews seem to suggest that the picture quality is not as good as older generation Fuji's.
#17
hey, is the refurb S2500 at £81.00 a better deal?? New price is £180!! Only difference I can see though is 18x zoom over 15x.
#18
does any of this cameras have autobracketing (hdr possibility)?
#19
goodluckje
does any of this cameras have autobracketing (hdr possibility)?

Talks about zoom bracketing here:

http://www.fujifilm.co.uk/consumer/digital/digital-cameras/d-slr-long-zoom/finepix-s1600

Edited By: retrogeezer on Apr 09, 2011 10:34
#20
Seems a good deal, I went for the S2500HD instead, refurb for around 91
#21
Seems a good deal, I went for the S2500HD instead, refurb for around 91
#22
oops, if you had used code P10FEB15 you would have the 2500HD for £80.74.

Cheers for this OP, although I went for the 2500 I would not have seen it without this thread so heat added.

S1600 is now out of stock as is the refurb 2500.

Edited By: retrogeezer on Apr 09, 2011 11:48
#23
Cheers...got the s1900 for £85...i love a bargain :)
#24
retrogeezer
oops, if you had used code P10FEB15 you would have the 2500HD for £80.74.

Cheers for this OP, although I went for the 2500 I would not have seen it without this thread so heat added.

S1600 is now out of stock as is the refurb 2500.


Oh dear lol still a good deal
#25
yeh, seems like a cracking buy at this kind of money, it was over £200 when released a year ago. I've never had a refurb before so I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
#26
On something that depends on infinite precision (eg lens abberations) I'd be hesitant to skimp and get a refurb.

Wow! What an eye! Is this what might be termed SLR or just a compact/fixed lens?

The M&S deal might have sold it to me at £69.99 but I just don't travel/gawk enough so am sitting this one out.
#27
£60 plus off the Amazon price is not skimping! And plenty of HUKD people have already already bought Fuji refurbs before and been more than happy with them. In fact, if you do a google search you can't even find a negative comment!
#28
I just thought a precsion should be worth less refurbished instead of new. And was comparing the price to that in the original offer posted here. As I said, I was even convinced by the original offer, despite it selling out quick.
#29
I just thought a precsion should be worth less refurbished instead of new. And was comparing the price to that in the original offer posted here. As I said, I was even convinced by the original offer, despite it selling out quick.


Yeh, of course, but the original offer in this thread is a cheaper model. The S1600 is £109.99 new V £94.99 refurbished which is why I asked about the 2500 being so cheap refurbished as opposed to the new price. And a precision item that has been inspected by an actual person that refurbishes cameras is probably better than one put together very quickly while being mass produced in a factory, probably by a robot.
I will have to see when it arrives!

Edited By: retrogeezer on Apr 12, 2011 09:36: added quote.
#30
My cousin bought the exact same model that I have ordered a couple of weeks ago and is very happy with it. One minor light scratch on the LCD screen, other than that it was immaculate and the images are excellent in my opinion.

On a slightly different tact I recently bought a Canon S5 IS from Ebay second hand, camera was immaculate and the images I took were superb, used it a couple of times and the sensor failed, £100 down the drain. At least with this refurb I have some come back with the 1 year warranty if the camera fails

Edited By: TKDBlackbelt on Apr 12, 2011 12:58: 12 04
#31
o.k folks, my 2500hd just turned up (excellent service from Fuji there) and all looks great straight out of the box.
Camera looks like new, no marks or scratches at all, even on the HUGE lcd screen that sticks out from the back (old S5800 screen was recessed slightly which is a better idea) Home Bargains do screen covers for 50p so grab one of those if you have an HB nearby.

I put some batteries in and an old 2gb normal SD card and took these on 'P' mode (programmed auto)

No probs focusing through a window: (excuse the washing on the line!)
http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8732.jpg

Took these 2 on standard settings:

Wide angle:
http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8733.jpg

18x Zoom:
http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8734.jpg

Changed the sharpness setting to hard as I found that was better on my S5800 and it is also much better on this IMHO:

http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8735.jpg

http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8736.jpg



Edited By: retrogeezer on Apr 12, 2011 12:47
#32
Can you see the golfer?

http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8737.jpg

There she is!:

http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8738.jpg


Couple more with the zoom:
http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8739.jpg
http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8741.jpg

First panorama pic....very cool:

http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8743.jpg



Edited By: retrogeezer on Apr 12, 2011 12:51
#33
Macro:

http://i664.photobucket.com/albums/vv4/retrogeeza/DSCF8744.jpg

What a bargain for £80 delivered, thanks again OP.
#34
Is this SLR? What I think I mean is, does the lens screw on/off?
#35
SLR?? For £80!!
Nope, it is called a 'bridge' camera but I think you can buy lenses and filters that will fit although there is no thread on the lens like there was on the S5800 and S5000 I used to have.

Edited By: retrogeezer on Apr 14, 2011 07:26
#36
So basically just your standard £50 12MP with better zoom and various other features. Wide Optical Zoom sounds very useful if you're not able to find far off views to focus on.
#37
Yeh, thats right.
There is always one.....I guess you just aren't really into taking photos?


Edited By: retrogeezer on Apr 14, 2011 09:50
#38
Lovin' my s1900...If it didn't say refurb on the box you wouldn't know it wasn't brand new..absolute mint condition...amazing camera for the price.

Edited By: roadhog on Apr 14, 2011 19:38
#39
Very happy with my S2500HD, cheers OP
#40
Why has this still not been expired?? It's not been available for a week now!

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