Fujifilm FinePix S5700 Digital Camera - Silver [7.0MP, 10x Optical Zoom, 2.5" LCD] - £79.99 or less delivered @ Play.com ! - HotUKDeals
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Same price @ Amazon too but cheaper with Play.com after discounts & cashback

5% discount using attached code
4% Quidco cashback

Fujifilm is pleased to announce the new FinePix S5700, a refinement of its predecessor, the FinePix S5600. The modifications to the FinePix S5700 mean it is easier to use than anything that has gone before. It's a faithful companion for every event, from nights out, the kids' school play or sports day, right through to countryside walks and family holidays. It's the ultimate camera for every occasion and perfect for users who always want a camera to hand, but prefer to get creative, not technical, with their photography.

Number of effective pixels: 7.1 million pixels
2.5" TFT Colour LCD Monitor
Digital Zoom: Approx 4.8x
10x optical zoom
Storage media: Internal memory (approx. 27MB) /xD-Picture Card TM ( 16MB - 2 GB ) / SD card (512MB, 1GB, 2GB)
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#1
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#2
Less than a year ago i paid £111 for this camera. It seems to keep getting cheaper every couple of months.
I still rate this camera the highest i can give, my compacts can never compete with it on performance and picture quality.

HOT
#3
Can anyone indicate if this is better than the S5800 at roughly the same price?
#4
It's apparently very similar to the S5800. The S5800 has 8MP, but that's not going to give much of an improvement over 7MP. However, the S5800 is only £5 more (at Amazon). I was quite happy to go for the S5800 at £85 but if you want to save £5 go for the S5700.
#5
Would this camera be any good for someone who was wanting to start a photography course ? (Beginner)
#6
A good camera at a good price, I bought a s8000fd from the Fujifilm UK refurb shop (Basically a S5800 with a larger CCD, better zoom and mechanical image stabilisation) and that is aweosome. I see no reason why the S5700 shouldn't be very good too.

Any people who don't mid refurbs could get the S5800 for £68 too, only £3 more than the S5700 on the Fuji shop.
#7
Great price. Silver model is the same price on amazon, though the black is more expensive there.
#8
v2drinkers
Good price for new but you can get a recon one from fuji for £64.99


why would anyone pay 65 quid for a second hand anything when for £72.95 after 5% off and 4% off you get a brand new one
#9
4% Quidco cashback?

No, it's only 0.5% now. It has been changed for a few days.
#10
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4% for other products
6% for clothing and accessories
1% for console sales
0.5% for PC and electronics sales
2% for event tickets and digital downloads
#11
Warning note - Item 30 - Play.com Terms & Conditions.

All electrical products are covered by a twelve month manufacturer's warranty. If your product develops a fault while under warranty, please contact Play.com and we will advise you where to send it for repair. It is a "return to base" warranty therefore there will be a delivery charge to return the product back to the relevant UK service centre.

Many other retailers have a policy to offer repair / replacement of items under the 12 month guarantee (including return postage) and therefore offer a better service.
#12
vigoo
4% Quidco cashback?

No, it's only 0.5% now. It has been changed for a few days.


will not use quidco or playdot now for these type of items. There are other cashback sites and free delivery retailers
#13
chopper
Would this camera be any good for someone who was wanting to start a photography course ? (Beginner)


I would say it depends how intensive this course is. If you are looking to take up photography as a career and this course will take you up to an advanced level, then i would suggest you get a digital SLR.
Saying that though, this Fuji Bridge Camera will help you with learning the basics, as it is either fully manual or part manual with Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Fully Programmable. It is also smaller and lighter than a DSLR so can be used as quality automatic point and shoot should you decide to get a DSLR at a later date.
Hope this is some help.
#14
Following on from my post above....
This camera also has an integral zoom in its lens.. ie, the zoom will not protrude out when you zoom up to its maximum 10 X. Not all bridge cameras are like this, which is one of the reasons i bought this Fuji model.
This means you can experiment with screw on filters, filters will most definitely be part of a photography course.
#15
chopper
Would this camera be any good for someone who was wanting to start a photography course ? (Beginner)


No.

Bridge camera certainly has (nearly) all the settings you can change like a dSLR, but each setting change will require quite a few button-presses. You would be better off with a D40 or the Sony a100 with kit lens.
#16
vigoo
More...

4% for other products
6% for clothing and accessories
1% for console sales
0.5% for PC and electronics sales
2% for event tickets and digital downloads


My quidco has tracked @ 4% if anyone is still wondering! :-D
#17
chelskii
Yes but it's not really SECOND HAND DEALS THOUGH (which is what refurb/recon really is) and costing almost the same price as new is not such a good idea I don't think....


Yawn....
#18
Chatz
Warning note - Item 30 - Play.com Terms & Conditions.

All electrical products are covered by a twelve month manufacturer's warranty. If your product develops a fault while under warranty, please contact Play.com and we will advise you where to send it for repair. It is a "return to base" warranty therefore there will be a delivery charge to return the product back to the relevant UK service centre.

Many other retailers have a policy to offer repair / replacement of items under the 12 month guarantee (including return postage) and therefore offer a better service.


Personally I wouldn't consider buying an item like this from Play.com. I've had poor experience sending an item back for replacement and wouldn't wish to repeat it. I'll stick with suppliers complying with UK consumer law thanks.
#19
I bought as S5800 from Amazon a few weeks back, it had a slight issue with the memory card flap being a loose fit and the camera was replaced instantly, they even give you a pre-paid label to send back the faulty one and you just arrange a DHL collection.

It takes a while to get used to the amount of functions but the 5700 & 5800 are awesome cameras for the money.
#20
dontasciime
why would anyone pay 65 quid for a second hand anything when for £72.95 after 5% off and 4% off you get a brand new one


I have bought 3 from Fuji, all of them exactly like new, except box says refurb. They are indistinguishable from the new product, but I would say go for the S1000 at Fuji (£87.99) which is a genuine saving over the new price of over £130. There is a 10% voucher on the vouchers board which more than cancells out the £5.99 postage. The S1000 is 10mp with face recognition and auto red eye compensation. A class above the 5700 and 5800.
#21
doublekite
I have bought 3 from Fuji, all of them exactly like new, except box says refurb. They are indistinguishable from the new product, but I would say go for the S1000 at Fuji (£87.99) which is a genuine saving over the new price of over £130. There is a 10% voucher on the vouchers board which more than cancells out the £5.99 postage. The S1000 is 10mp with face recognition and auto red eye compensation. A class above the 5700 and 5800.


Thanks for pointing out this voucher. I just ordered the refurbished S8000FD for under £100 delivered. Mixed reviews but at this price if I don't like it I will put it back on eBay though I am no photographer so it will probably be just what I need..
#22
Can anyone who has one of these post a picture taken by it? this is ideal for my missus as an upgrade from her Fuji F700.
#24
Fuji refurbs only have a 6 month warranty...another point worth considering.
#25
My quidco tracked at £1.70 = 2%. Wierd!

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