Panasonic Lumix DMC-FS5 Digital Camera (Silver) £129.99 @ Jessops OR £116.10 when using code & 3% Quidco (£4.95 delivery or collect in store) - HotUKDeals
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Fantastic Price for this- use code QUIDCOTEN to get it for £116.10

Megapixel Banding 10 to 10.9 Megapixels
Maximum Image Resolution 3648 x 2736
Optical Zoom 4x
Lens Zoom
Digital Zoom 4x
Focal Length (35mm equiv) for Digital Compact Cameras/Lenses 30 - 120 mm
Macro 10 cm
Storage for Digital Compacts MultiMedia , SD Card, SDHC,
Connection Type USB
LCD Monitor 2.5"
Optical Viewfinder No
Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) No
Built-in Flash Yes
Battery Type Lithium-ion
Audio Recording Yes
Burst Mode Yes
CCD Size 1/2.33 inch
Exposure Compensation Yes
Movie Mode Yes
Video Out PAL, NTSC,
Tripod Thread Yes
Dimensions (WxHxD) 94.9 x 53.4 x 22.5 mm
Weight (g) 117g
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Voting hot. This is a cracking little camera essentially an budget DMC-FS20 using the LCD screen from the FS3, but the same optics / engine as the FS20.

For those that want the black version, eBuyer are selling for £120, BUT it may be a grey import, and you don't get the Quidco.

FS3 is £95 at Ebuyer which is the same camera but just 8mp if you want to save some cash :thumbsup:
Worth noting the FS3 has a 33-100mm (equiv) lens, whilst the FS35 is 30-120mm. So the FS5 has a wider angled lens with a greater zoom.

Though looking at the stats, the FS3 has a lower density CCD, and has wider apeture so may suffer less from picture noise issues (that used to plague the Lumix range) than it's cousin.


FX35 has wider lens and HD video recording not sure its worth the extra £££ , the HD video dosent use any compression so file sizes are huge
When I click on the link it says £161.99. Has the deal expired or am I doing something wrong?
Yep looks like its expired now says £179.99

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