One Day Only - New Fujifilm HS10 Bridge Camera with 30X Zoom £379.89 @ QVC - HotUKDeals
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Also includes £60 worth of extras (see below). Seems to be unavailable anywhere else in the UK until the end of this month. Extraordinary value... and the camera has an unbelieveable specification, including full 1080p HD video.

Description

Take professional-looking photos without the price-tag of an SLR camera with this feature-packed Fujifilm bridge camera. This 10MP camera boasts 30x optical zoom and can record movies at up to Full HD resolution. You can take bursts of high-quality photos at 10fps allowing you to pick the best shot from the moment, plus you can also record high-speed movies at up to 1,000fps for super slow-mo videos. It comes with a Fujifilm 4GB SDHC card, a dedicated case and a fast charging kit with in-car adaptor and four AA rechargeable batteries to get you started.
Key reasons to buy

* Zoom right in on the action with 30x optical zoom
* Find the perfect 10 MP picture with burst shooting at up to 10fps
* Record high speed movies at up to 1,000fps
* Shoot home movies in Full HD and share with a mini-HDMI port
* Take great photos with innovative multi-frame technology


Get professional-quality pictures with this feature-packed bridge camera from Fujifilm. Offering near-SLR quality in a compact package, this camera gives you fantastic results in a great-value package.

Useful multi-shot features
Make sure you capture the perfect moment with this bridge camera's high-speed continuous shooting features. It can shoot seven 10MP photos at a speed of 10 frames per second to make sure you catch the perfect moment. You can also record high-speed movies at up to 1,000 fps for super-detailed slow-mo images.

Creative multi-frame technology
If you're trying to take a picture of a landmark then odds are that you're likely to have unwelcome additions to your photos in terms of passing tourists. The Fujifilm HS10 features a Motion Remover feature, which takes five successive images and removes moving subjects from the final shot. You can also take panoramic images with a simple sweep of your camera.

30x optical zoom and a wide-angle Fujinon lens
Get up close and personal with the fantastic 30x zoom offered by the HS10's fantastic Fujinon lens. It's a great way to capture the action from a distance, whether you're snapping at sports day or finding the perfect shot at a wedding. The camera also features CMOS-shift and Digital Image Stabilization technology to help prevent blurring through camera shakes.

Record and share your HD movies
Record family occasions and special events in fantastic definition with this Fujifilm HS10 bridge camera. It can record movies at up to Full HD resolution (1,920 x 1080) and also features a mini-HDMI output allowing you to connect the camera straight to any HDTV to properly display your pictures and movies for friends and family.

Tilting 3" LCD screen
If you're trying to take a picture at a difficult angle then the HS10's tilting LCD screen will really come in handy. The 3" colour screen tilts out to make sure that you can see what you're shooting from almost any angle.

QVC's special additions
To make sure that you can get snapping straight away, QVC have thrown in a host handy extras. You'll receive a Fujifilm 4GB SDHC card to store your pictures and movies, a Fujifilm dedicated case and a Fujifilm fast charger with in-car adaptor complete with a set of four AA rechargeable batteries.

Technical specifications:

* Number of effective pixels: 10.3 megapixels
* Image sensor: 1/2.3-inch BSI-CMOS
* Internal memory: approx. 46MB
* Storage media: SD/SDHC memory card
* Still image file formats: JPEG (Exif. ver 2.2), RAW (RAF format), RAW+JPEG
* Movie file format: MPEG4 (MOV, H.264/AVC, ISO standard) with stereo sound
* Audio file format: WZVE format, monaural sound
* Lens: Fujinon 30x optical zoom lens, F2.8 (wide) - F5.6 (telephoto)
* Shooting modes: Portrait, Portrait Enhancer, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night (Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Beach, Flower, Text, Natural Light, Natural Light & with Flash, Party
* Electronic viewfinder: 0.2" aprox. 200,000 dots, colour LCD monitor, approx 97% coverage
* LCD monitor: 3" approx 230,000 dots, colour LCD monitor, approx 97% coverage
* Movie recording: 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (Full HD) / 1,280 x 720 pixels (HD) / 640 x 480 pixels / 320 x 240 pixels (30 frames/sec.) with stereo sound
* Photography functions: High Speed Movie (60/120/240/480/1000fps), SR AUTO (Scene Recognition Auto), Motion Panorama, Best Framing, Frame No. memory, Histograms, Zoom Bracketing, Best frame capture, Face Detection (with Auto red-eye removal), Pro Low-light, Motion Remover, Multi Motion Capture, Silent mode, Instant Zoom
* Playback functions: Face Detection (with Red-eye removal), Crop, Resize, Image rotate, Slideshow, Multi-frame playback (with Micro Thumbnail), Sorting by date, Voice Memo, Image search, Histograms, Highlight warning, Movie trimming, Movie join
* Video output: HDMI (type C), NTSC/PAL selectable
* Digital interface: USB 2.0
* Dimensions (W x H x D): 130.6mm x 90.7mm x 126mm (5.1" x 3.6" x 5") excluding accessories and attachments
* Weight: about 636g (22.4oz) excluding accessories, battery and memory card)

What's in the box?
FujiFilm HS10 bridge camera
4 x AA batteries
A/V cable
Shoulder strap
USB cable
Lens cap
Lens cap cord
CD-ROM
User manual

Added value:
Fujifilm 4GB SDHC card
Fujifilm dedicated case
Fujifilm fast charger with in-car adapter and four AA rechargeable batteries
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#1
Why has this been voted cold?
The cheapest seems to be Amazon at £377.90, but QVC includes the leather case, an extra set of batteries + charger and a 4Gb memory card. No-one else comes close to this on price.
#2
Great price-heat from me.
#3
This camera is new and there are no reviews out yet. Although the HR10 looks good on paper (my ideal camera - on paper), there are short-comings and the image quality has not been established. I would wait a bit until this information becomes available before I deceide between this Fuji HR10 or the Olympus PEN (these are my two favourites since I don't want a bulky and restrictive SLR).

PS. But here is the opportunity to try this camera for 30 days. If you don't like it you can return it for a refund minus your postage. I might just order one and try it out.
#4
pet2000

But here is the opportunity to try this camera for 30 days. If you don't like it you can return it for a refund minus your postage. I might just order one and try it out.


The postage is £6.45 (I included it in the above price)
Oh, one other thing - they offer you the opportunity to spread the cost over 3 monthly payments, which is another plus, value-wise.
#5
Take professional-looking photos without the price-tag of an SLR camera with this feature-packed Fujifilm bridge camera


Surely this does have the pricetag of a DSLR, only with a tiny sensor so no depth of field and poor low light performance Vs masses of zoom. Quite heavy also 636g without the battery. Panasonic FZ38 for example is less than 400g including the battery. Something to think about.
#6
Just cancelled my Amazon order as had this email this morning :

ear Customer,

Greetings from Amazon.co.uk.

We regret to inform you that your order will take longer to fulfill than originally estimated. Our supplier has notified us that there is a delay obtaining stock for the following items you ordered on April 09 2010.

"Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Digital Camera - (10MP, 30x Wide Optical Zoom) 3 inch Tilting LCD"
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00342UTQ6

We are awaiting a revised estimate from our supplier, and will email you as soon as we receive this information.

If you would prefer to cancel the item, please visit Your Account on the link below:



Phoned first and they confirmed that item was in stock and being sent out today. Cheers for posting. I have seem low light and iso 1600 looks great. all images on flickr look fine for me.
#7
SaltyCDogg
Surely this does have the pricetag of a DSLR, only with a tiny sensor so no depth of field and poor low light performance Vs masses of zoom. Quite heavy also 636g without the battery. Panasonic FZ38 for example is less than 400g including the battery. Something to think about.


The examples I've seen show pretty good low-light performance (check out the 'giraffe' demo on that QVC video). Reviews are trickling in and it seems (to me) to beat the pants off any compact/bridge camera on the market at the moment. Of course, the good thing is that with QVC you get 30 days to try it out or get a refund, so everyone can make up their own mind.
#8
tjchelsea
Phoned first and they confirmed that item was in stock and being sent out today. Cheers for posting. I have seem low light and iso 1600 looks great. all images on flickr look fine for me.
QVC site now showing as Advance Order for shipment around 3rd May.

QVC
#9
SaltyCDogg
Surely this does have the pricetag of a DSLR, only with a tiny sensor so no depth of field and poor low light performance Vs masses of zoom. Quite heavy also 636g without the battery. Panasonic FZ38 for example is less than 400g including the battery. Something to think about.


You're right regarding small sensors - the Panasonic FZ38 really suffers from it's tiny sensor (and not just in poor light). Hopefully this new Fuji back-lit CMOS sensor will not suffer in this way - early reports seem very good.

It is a little hefty (not as much as a DSLR) but if anything the FZ38 feels too light so it may not be too bad.

It has masses of features that the Panny doesn't; 30x zoom, 1080p and 1000fps video, 10fps burst and best frame capture, tilting LCD display / auto-swtching lcd/evf, panoramic 'sweep' mode...

With the FZ38 having fallen in price though it's definitely worth considering as a much cheaper alternative; but as an FZ38 owner I now wish I'd spent my money on a long zoom compact like the fuji F70exr or Panny TZ6/7.
#10
wombat6025
It is a little hefty (not as much as a DSLR)


It's about the same as an entery level DSLR and kit lens. Obviously with the equivelent lens it would weigh a ton though.

I agree with what you're saying. I just feel like if you're spending this kind of money on something this large and heavy you might as well take the plunge and get a real camera ;-)
#11
SaltyCDogg
It's about the same as an entery level DSLR and kit lens. Obviously with the equivelent lens it would weigh a ton though.

I agree with what you're saying. I just feel like if you're spending this kind of money on something this large and heavy you might as well take the plunge and get a real camera ;-)


What is a "real" camera then? Any DSLR, or do you differenciate?
#12
SaltyCDogg
It's about the same as an entery level DSLR and kit lens. Obviously with the equivelent lens it would weigh a ton though.

I agree with what you're saying. I just feel like if you're spending this kind of money on something this large and heavy you might as well take the plunge and get a real camera ;-)


As I understand quite a few 'real camera' users use bridge cameras as being more convenient or more willingly sacrificed than their precious DSLR kit but still a step up from the limitations of most compacts.

If this new sensor technology really works; (i.e. it's reasonably fast and you can get clean 'noise free' images at high ISO or low light even if at a lower resolution), then it would easily be the choice above a low-end DSLR.

Guess we'll have to wait for some in-depth reviews and comparison shots.
#13
pet2000
What is a "real" camera then? Any DSLR, or do you differenciate?


Any DSLR or SLR camera.

If someone wanted to get into photography the ability to vary aperture to vary depth of field, selectively focus and have longer exposures etc to create creative images is pretty important.
No small sensor camera can have proper depth of field.

Not to say that you couldn't take good photo's with this camera, of course you could, but you're severely limited in your creative control. Plus you really can't beat a real viewfinder, EVF's don't do it for me.
#14
i'd wait for reviews, imo, to see how it compares with canon sx1is (roughly the same price) or panny fz38.
#15
So, who bought one in the end & what's the verdict?

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