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Fujifilm S1000fd 10MP Superzoom Digital Camera - £108.26 @ Tesco Direct

£108.26 @ Tesco Direct
Use voucher XXG8VN for this price. There's also 3% cashback through quidco £105.01). The 10 megapixel Fujifilm S1000 superzoom digital camera has a built in 32mb memory, which can be expanded, as i…
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Use voucher XXG8VN for this price. There's also 3% cashback through quidco £105.01).

The 10 megapixel Fujifilm S1000 superzoom digital camera has a built in 32mb memory, which can be expanded, as it is compatible with XD, SD and SDHC cards. This digital camera has a combined wide angle and tele photo lens to give a good focal range and it has a 12xx optical zoom and a 5.7xx digital zoom. The face recognition 3.0 function with red eye removal and a 360° range, means that the camera will detect a subject's face at any angle and automatically adjust the focus and brightness to deliver a clearer picture.

The S1000 can also record video with sound, and the 2.7 LCD screen allows for clear viewing and playback of captured images. The Fujifilm S1000 digital camera comes with CD-Rom FinePix viewer, video cable, USB lead, AA batteries, hand strap and warranty card.

Features:
Auto Focus Yes
Battery Type AA
Box Contents Finepix S1000fd, manual, CD-ROM finepix viewer, video cable, USB lead, 2 x AA batteries, hand strap, warranty card
Brand Fujifilm
Built in Memory 32MB
Camera Type SLR style
Card Type xD
Compatible With Sdhc Cards Yes
Digital Zoom 5.7x
Exposure Modes Automatic, Manual, Programme
Face Recognition Yes
Features of Product Picture stabilisation uses increased sensitivity and high speed shutter settings to reduce blur. Software based face detection instantly identifies faces and can detect up to 6 faces at a time. The finepix S1000fd instantly corrects red eye from every face in the frame as the shot is taken. The finepix S1000fd features 14 pre programmed scene modes. You have total control with manual adjustment options for various camera settings. The new panorama shooting mode makes it easy to create impressive panoramic photos
Flash Modes Auto, Red eye reduction, Slow synch
Focal Length 33-396mm
Image Stabiliser Yes
ISO Range 64-3200
LCD Size in Inches 2.7
Lens Brand Fujinon
Megapixels 10
Optical Zoom 12x
Product Depth 6.8 cm
Product Height 7.3 cm
Product Weight 154g, 325
Product Width 10.2 cm
Range Advanced
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Self Timer Yes
Shooting Modes Beach, Fireworks, Foliage, Landscape, Night scene, Portrait mode, Snow, Sports
Special Effects Black & white
Video Record Yes - with sound
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/7/SS08203-0497TPS295766.jpg

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#2
just got this camera yesterday, always wanted a "decent" camera and it really has fulfilled my needs in a camera love it to peices, great price aswell
#3
i've had this camera for a few months. got it when it was on offer at jessops. very happy with it.
had some great pics and for the spec its a very good buy.
#4
Whats the difference between digital zoom and optical zoom? Cheers!
#6
They have the S5800 on clearance for £89 in my local Tesco, is this worth the extra £20 and what do you get for the extra money?
banned#7
Excellent camera, I own two!
Might sell one for around £75 :)

Need the money haha

I'd reccomend to anyone wanting to get into photography at a "entry level price" for a super rated camera
#8
the 5800 is only 8m pixels, the 1000 is 10m, so better. the 5800 is 10x zoom. the 1000 is 12x.
forget the digital zoom. that only uses the pixels in the picture you have, it does not realy zoom in, just uses less pixels, so making the picture poorer quality. the optical zoom is much more important as that uses the lens to get closer to your subject without loss of pixels. if it was me i would pay the extra for the 1000. better spec and it has face detection where i dont think the 5800 does.
#9
garageburt
the 5800 is only 8m pixels, the 1000 is 10m, so better. the 5800 is 10x zoom. the 1000 is 12x.
forget the digital zoom. that only uses the pixels in the picture you have, it does not realy zoom in, just uses less pixels, so making the picture poorer quality. the optical zoom is much more important as that uses the lens to get closer to your subject without loss of pixels. if it was me i would pay the extra for the 1000. better spec and it has face detection where i dont think the 5800 does.


oh deary me ...

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#10
garageburt;4737058
the 5800 is only 8m pixels, the 1000 is 10m, so better. the 5800 is 10x zoom. the 1000 is 12x.
forget the digital zoom. that only uses the pixels in the picture you have, it does not realy zoom in, just uses less pixels, so making the picture poorer quality. the optical zoom is much more important as that uses the lens to get closer to your subject without loss of pixels. if it was me i would pay the extra for the 1000. better spec and it has face detection where i dont think the 5800 does.


The larger amount of pixels is irrelevant unless you are to print your pictures in a large format.
I have a Fujifilm S5000 and it's only 3 megapixels but produces some beautiful pictures and is perfectly fine printing up to about A4.
#11
i will agree with that, you can get some great pics from as little at 3m as thats what i had upto getting the fuji. just saying that the higher the pixels then the higher the quality of the pic (in theory, but sometimes not in practice) especialy if you gona blow it up! (be warned- blowing up of your camera is not recomended and will not improve the picture)


a lot is down to personal preference.
#12
This camera is available refurbished direct from the Fuji Shop for £93.98 delivered to your door. Though it only has a 6 month warranty from them. Maybe worth it for those that cant quite stretch to this tesco deal.

BFM
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Butterflies
Whats the difference between digital zoom and optical zoom? Cheers!


In a nutshell, optical zoom is done with lenses and magnifies the image pretty much faultlessly.
It's like looking through binoculars or a telescope.
Digital zoom, is just computer trickery to try and enlarge an image to give you the "effect" of zooming in. It generally doesn't look that good and in my opinion, is best avoided.
It can normally be turned off on these cameras.
#14
donnydude
The larger amount of pixels is irrelevant unless you are to print your pictures in a large format.
I have a Fujifilm S5000 and it's only 3 megapixels but produces some beautiful pictures and is perfectly fine printing up to about A4.


The more pixels you have the closer you can crop your images without losing quality
#15
This doesn't have true image stabilisation which would be a drawback when using the zoom.

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