Fuji FinePix S5700 Digital Camera Black --7mp  10x optical zoom
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Fuji FinePix S5700 Digital Camera Black --7mp 10x optical zoom

£109.99
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Found 2nd Feb 2008
The new FinePix S5700 is a refinement of the FinePix S5600, voted ?European Zoom camera of 2006-07? by EISA (the leading European association for consumer electronics). The new model?s compact and robust but lightweight outer-shell, combined with Fujinon 10x optical zoom lens, ISO 1600 sensitivity, Fujifilm Intelligent Flash system and multiple scene selections, make it a truly take-anywhere camera. Thanks to an improved menu system and button layout, rocker zoom and mode dial, the FinePix S5700 can be operated easily with one hand. The modifications to the FinePix S5700 mean it is easier to use than anything that has gone before. It will be a faithful companion for any and every event, from nights out or 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.

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It's actually £104.99, not £109.99. Even so, I think it's cheaper at a few other places. I'm sure there's a recent thread regarding this camera.

Cheapest is at Pixmania @ £99.90

juliet_bravo;1535558

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/140530/fuji-s5700-the-cheapest-around-and-/£90.48 Delivered @ Fuji Film



To be honest I'd rather get a brand new one, the one from Fuji is a refurb, from Park Cameras for £99.99 delivered with free next day delivery.

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Thanks Mike :thumbsup: I didn't look into it properly, just pulled up an old thread whilst checking for duplicates

I bought the Fuji S8000fd on the back of a recommendation from a friend who bought the 5000. I am a point and shoot person and I can honestly say Fuji have got this camera down to a fine art for people like me. I dont know about the 5000 but the 8000fd has an 18 optical zoom which is absolutely spot on with anti shake. I have had people complimenting me on my pictures that are published (me an amateur!!!!! pics published!!!!!! I darent tell them I aint got a clue what im doing). I invested more money in my model for the optical zoom but I can speak for my friend and I who would highly highly recommend Fuji in this range of cameras

Mike73;1535626

To be honest I'd rather get a brand new one, the one from Fuji is a … To be honest I'd rather get a brand new one, the one from Fuji is a refurb, from Park Cameras for £99.99 delivered with free next day delivery.



You should post that as a deal, great price under a ton for this delivered

as for this deal cold im afraid

janz70;1535940

You should post that as a deal, great price under a ton for this … You should post that as a deal, great price under a ton for this deliveredas for this deal cold im afraid



I would but it's actually already been mentioned several times in several other posts for this camera, admittedly by myself.

Feel free to post it if you wish, I'm off to watch some telly!

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raveyd;1535480

Cheapest is at Pixmania @ £99.90



Yer plus £7 delivery on top

SLOW CLAP :thinking:

Mike73;1535626

To be honest I'd rather get a brand new one, the one from Fuji is a … To be honest I'd rather get a brand new one, the one from Fuji is a refurb, from Park Cameras for £99.99 delivered with free next day delivery.



I would not choose this camera (Kodak with image stabilisation a better bet) but I must take issue with this post. What you get with a refurb camera is the quality check that ought to be applied to the original product. You are less likely to have to return one of these.

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Bertt;1538261

I would not choose this camera (Kodak with image stabilisation a better … I would not choose this camera (Kodak with image stabilisation a better bet) but I must take issue with this post. What you get with a refurb camera is the quality check that ought to be applied to the original product. You are less likely to have to return one of these.



Yeh gunna hold off getting this as i got a panasonic lumiz tz3 which is pretty fantastic

Bertt;1538261

I would not choose this camera (Kodak with image stabilisation a better … I would not choose this camera (Kodak with image stabilisation a better bet) but I must take issue with this post. What you get with a refurb camera is the quality check that ought to be applied to the original product. You are less likely to have to return one of these.



To be honest, I wouldn't buy this camera either - never actually said I would, just thought I'd give my advice as to where it could be got cheaper as some people obviously do rate it and it is a good price if your main criteria is a superzoom.

However, I must disagree with you about the refurb, whilst I agree that it's good that the camera has been checked and looked over by Fuji, they do only offer a 6 months parts and labout guarantee with the refurb, so I'd still definitely stick with a brand new with a full year.

From time to time, limited quantities of Fujifilm digital cameras are … From time to time, limited quantities of Fujifilm digital cameras are returned to us by UK retailers. In a large number of cases, these returned cameras are brand new or unused.Once returned, the camera and components are carefully checked by Fujifilm technicians to ensure full working order, and are offered for sale in excellent condition.Refurbished cameras may be available from your local high street shop, who can advise on availability. Alternatively these cameras can be purchased direct from Fujifilm. These cameras are supplied with a 6 month Fujifilm warranty (parts & labour).

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