Panasonic DMC-FS4EB-K 8.1MP Digital Camera £69.97 (Was £129.97) Delivered @ Tesco + 138 Clubcard Points + 3% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic DMC-FS4EB-K 8.1MP Digital Camera £69.97 (Was £129.97) Delivered @ Tesco + 138 Clubcard Points + 3% Quidco

£69.97 @ Tesco Direct
Dropped £20 in 2 weeks, free delivery, double clubcard points & 3% Quidco, Assembled Dimension Depth 2.2 Assembled Dimension Height 5.5 Assembled Dimension Units cm Assembled Dimension Width 9.…
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Dropped £20 in 2 weeks, free delivery, double clubcard points & 3% Quidco,

Assembled Dimension Depth 2.2
Assembled Dimension Height 5.5
Assembled Dimension Units cm
Assembled Dimension Width 9.7
Assembled Weight 134
Assembled Weight Units g
Auto Focus Yes
Battery Type Lithium Ion - Rechargeable
Box Contents Battery Charger, Usb Connection
Brand Panasonic
Built in Memory 32MB
Camera Type Digital camera
Card Type SD
Compatible With SD, SDHC
Compatible With 4gb SD Cards No
Compatible With E-ttl Ii No
Compatible With Sdhc Cards Yes
Digital Zoom 4
Exposure Modes Programme
Face Detection Yes
Face Recognition Yes
Features of Product Autoscene mode for taking pictures easily. Normal picture mode for taking pictures in the desired setting. Scene mode for taking pictures according to the scene. Motion picture mode allows you to record motion pictures with audio. Normal playback and slide show mode
Flash Modes Auto, Flash off, Red eye reduction
Focal Length f=5.5-2.2mm
Image Stabiliser No
ISO Range Auto/80/100/200/400/800/1000
LCD Size in Inches 2.5
Megapixels 8.1
Optical Zoom 4
Product Depth 14 cm
Product Height 8 cm
Product Width 19 cm
Self Timer Yes
Shooting Modes Macro, Night scene, Portrait mode, Scenery
Video Record Yes - with sound
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#1
http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/7/SS09205-6587TPS471335.jpg
#2
I bought one of these last week instore (so missed 3% Quidco!). Very impressed with the camera's quality and performance so far.
#3
Last week there were 500 bonus tesco points, but an extra 20 pounds off is better.
#4
cheap !!
#5
Cant use generic batteries in it apparently big downer IMO

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/info/dsc_battery.html
#6
deanos
Cant use generic batteries in it apparently big downer IMO

http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/info/dsc_battery.html


I have always used chinese panasonic batteries off ebay for my last 3 cameras (all pannys), very cheap and last as long as originals. Much better than messing about with AA/AAA rechargeables IMO
#7
Yes but the new firmware that will be on this camera means it has to be a genuine panasonic battery, im sure the ones you got off ebay were fake and you wont be able to use them in this camera, only Panny ones at £40 a pop
#8
GeorgyBoy
I bought one of these last week instore (so missed 3% Quidco!). Very impressed with the camera's quality and performance so far.


+ 1 bought for daughter birthday on 21st:x
#9
deanos
Yes but the new firmware that will be on this camera means it has to be a genuine panasonic battery, im sure the ones you got off ebay were fake and you wont be able to use them in this camera, only Panny ones at £40 a pop


Yes they are fake:thumbsup: (well not fake exactly just not made by panasonic and not branded as panasonic).

I wasn't aware that they had started putting firmware on cameras that didn't allow 3rd party batteries:x, thats awful news as I love panny cameras and hardly ever have any other brand.
#10
I have a Lumix TZ6 which supposedly won't use clone batteries but I've had no problem with the one I bought from Play, I think it might be worth checking on Google because Panasonic make brilliant cameras.
#11
Doesnt lithium Ion battery mean a single rechargeable battery????
It doesnt say BATTERIES it says BATTERY !!! which surely means there is only one!!!!!!!!!!
Usually a flat rechargeable battery !!!!!!!
#12
yes previously u get 500points with this and possible double clubcard too

but this deal is better like wht neale said.

i will definitely consider this now

with staff discount, and money off voucher. this would be good! + quidco and free del + double clubcard points...

can someone comment on the pic quality pls since this unit does not have image stabiliser

and confirm about the clone battery issue?

pls
#13
ariecol
yes previously u get 500points with this and possible double clubcard too

but this deal is better like wht neale said.

i will definitely consider this now

with staff discount, and money off voucher. this would be good! + quidco and free del + double clubcard points...

can someone comment on the pic quality pls since this unit does not have image stabiliser

and confirm about the clone battery issue?

pls


If you follow the link posted by deanos above, you will find this:

"Panasonic Digital Cameras now include a technology that can identify Panasonic's authorised batteries. For the protection of our customers Panasonic developed this technology after it was discovered that some aftermarket 3rd party batteries do not meet the rigid safety standards Panasonic uses.

Some of these aftermarket batteries are not equipped with internal protective devices to guard against overcharging, internal heating and short circuit. If these aftermarket battery packs were used, it could lead to an accident causing damage to your camera or personal injury.

Accordingly, for our customers safety, Panasonic's Digital camera firmware have been updated to ensure the genuine battery identification to prevent any unauthorized battery usage for our customers' update at our support webpage, and introduced into each camera's mass-production on running change basis".

So it's for our benefit!!! :-D

Thanks Panasonic. Possible good news is that there is a link to download the firmware to lock your camera to Panasonic-only batteries on the site, so with a little luck the new camera won't have the new firmware installed and won't be locked. Can anyone who has bought this camera confirm???
#14
Please can someone explain why it apparently takes SDHC cards but not 4Gb?
#15
You can buy 4GB SD cards (not SDHC) but they aren't that common.
#16
Thanks for the info...I'll assume that it takes all sdhc inc. 4gb
#17
This was a great deal when I posted it at £89.99. Fabulous at this price. HOT!

Panasonics are great cameras - definately a cut above the average - but I have to agree that this battery news, if true, will become a major disincentive to purchase. However, chances are that all the other brands will follow and then the clone manufacturers will find a way around it (just like printer ink), so we'll be back to where we started but with some unnecessary cost added to the product.

Maybe this should be challenged through EEC consumer legislation as anti-competitive? The safety story sounds like a smokescreen (no pun intended!).
#18
ariecol
yes previously u get 500points with this and possible double clubcard too

but this deal is better like wht neale said.

i will definitely consider this now

with staff discount, and money off voucher. this would be good! + quidco and free del + double clubcard points...

can someone comment on the pic quality pls since this unit does not have image stabiliser

and confirm about the clone battery issue?

pls



I think Tesco will be paying you to 'buy' the camera!! :roll:
#19
Besford
This was a great deal when I posted it at £89.99. Fabulous at this price. HOT!

Panasonics are great cameras - definately a cut above the average - but I have to agree that this battery news, if true, will become a major disincentive to purchase. However, chances are that all the other brands will follow and then the clone manufacturers will find a way around it (just like printer ink), so we'll be back to where we started but with some unnecessary cost added to the product.

Maybe this should be challenged through EEC consumer legislation as anti-competitive? The safety story sounds like a smokescreen (no pun intended!).



I agree this is a drag, but surely the way to view this is to buy the item when its dead cheap (now would be a good time!), take the battery on its merits and try elongate its life by using common sense and following manufacturers instructions (or just googling).

Then when it is near death (in say 3 years?), flog it on eBay for £30 - advertising it as a £140 release - and put that towards your next £70 odd Camera (with quadruple points 10% Quidco etc..). No doubt it'll have 20 MP and a 64 Gb SD Memory card by then - so what is the issue?

Bit of hassle, but a 1/2 price upgrade come a few years - no?
#20
But its handy to get a cheap battery from Ebay for £3 when you are on a day out or holiday when one wouldnt last all day , if you have to pay £40 then its not worth it IMO, something to seriously consider before buying
#21
hussaifa
I agree this is a drag, but surely the way to view this is to buy the item when its dead cheap (now would be a good time!), take the battery on its merits and try elongate its life by using common sense and following manufacturers instructions (or just googling).

Then when it is near death (in say 3 years?), flog it on eBay for £30 - advertising it as a £140 release - and put that towards your next £70 odd Camera (with quadruple points 10% Quidco etc..). No doubt it'll have 20 MP and a 64 Gb SD Memory card by then - so what is the issue?

Bit of hassle, but a 1/2 price upgrade come a few years - no?

But it's wise and handy to have a spare battery from the outset.

Not sure that all the £40 claims are correct though - original batts this size are usually around the £25 mark - anyone checked?
#22
surely it comes with the battery + its recharable - i dont know what the big fuss is all about
#23
Can someone confirm - I am a bit confused by all this battery talk - can you just plug the camera in and charge it, or do you need to use actual AA batteries etc?

Thanks...
#24
darn... my tesco direct voucher didnt work

will speak to my non-food mngr

this is a good deal......... staff discount + 10pound off! yay..... :-D
#25
rakdamac
surely it comes with the battery + its recharable - i dont know what the big fuss is all about

Yes, but prudent to have a spare charged battery when you're out and about.
#26
CReilly
Can someone confirm - I am a bit confused by all this battery talk - can you just plug the camera in and charge it, or do you need to use actual AA batteries etc?

Thanks...

It uses a dedicated Li-ion battery, not AAs. A charged spare is a prudent accessory though a fully charged batt will take hundreds of pics.
#27
I bought this from a store last night. It says it can take 410 photos on a fully charged battery.

Not a bad camera for the price IMO :thumbsup:
#28
6 in stock burgess hill as of 2pm hope this helps and at £69.97 price
0800 505555 stock checker item number 5025232524754
burgess hill 01444 337400
#29
they are still i stock just ordered one 5.00 off vocher and 2.60 quidco about 67.00 delivered

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