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Fujifilm Finepix J210W Digital Camera was £199 NOW £75.05 @ Jessops
Fujifilm Finepix J210W Digital Camera was £199 NOW £75.05 @ Jessops

Fujifilm Finepix J210W Digital Camera was £199 NOW £75.05 @ Jessops

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WAS £199 NOW £75.05 With code JESSOPS5

Not only does this sleek little 10 megapixel camera look the business, it does a fantastic job too. Face detection, intelligent scene recognition and pre-set auto settings make picture-taking quick and easy, and with a 5x wide-angle zoom it handles many different situations. Very easy to use on-screen instructions.

Scene Recognition Auto (SR Auto)
The Finepix J210W automatically recognises the scene type being photographed and selects the most appropriate mode to employ from Portrait, Landscape, Night, Macro, Backlit Portrait and Night Portrait.

Face Detection Technology
Locates faces withing your photo and adjusts focus and exposure accordingly. Works in conjunction with Auto Red-Eye Removal to create great portrait and group photos.

Wideangle zoom optics
The Finepix J210W has a 5x zoom lens equivalent to 28-140mm which gives great versatility in shooting everything from grand landscape vistas and indoor group shots to detailed action and candid shots

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Fuji's own RRP is "only" £149; Jessop's is even more over-inflated at £199. £75 is about right for a snap-shot auto-only with moderate zoom. Pitty it doesn't use AA batteries. Would have bought one

Here is an alternative, the Nikon Coolpix L22 with AA type batteires (slightly smaller lens) for £59
jessops.com/onl…all

whatsThePoint;8290617

I'd avoid a camera that uses AA batteries you never many photo's out of … I'd avoid a camera that uses AA batteries you never many photo's out of them compaired to a dedicated battery



If you use the latest generation rechargeable AA batteries, you will experience no loss of charge when stored, much higher output (2x AA batteries give 450 shots on my camera) and I have the backup of readily available alkalines should I run out of power unexpectedly or forgot my backup Lion battery or charger. I would never go back to expensive propriator batteries.

£4.70 last for ever ...sanyo eneloop

pet2000;8290697

If you use the latest generation rechargeable AA batteries, you will … If you use the latest generation rechargeable AA batteries, you will experience no loss of charge when stored, much higher output (2x AA batteries give 450 shots on my camera) and I have the backup of readily available alkalines should I run out of power unexpectedly or forgot my backup Lion battery or charger. I would never go back to expensive propriator batteries.



Hello Pet2000: Which batteries do you use and where from do you buy them. I have been using energizer 2700 and they are ust rubbish. I am unable to get 25 pictures from 4 month old energizer.

In fact I am thinking of buying a new camera only to get a dedicated battery .

I use Sony DSC-W series camera with flash.

Your inputs on the above would be highly appreciated.

whatsThePoint;8290617

I'd avoid a camera that uses AA batteries you never many photo's out of … I'd avoid a camera that uses AA batteries you never many photo's out of them compaired to a dedicated battery



I must tell my camera that uses AA batteries to run out faster then - not true - use rechargeables. Benefits are THEY LAST and if they go flat buy some at the petrol station - can't do that with model specific batteries.

OLDPUNK42;8290866

£4.70 last for ever ...sanyo eneloop



TRUE - best option in my book - best of both worlds

pet2000;8290563

Fuji's own RRP is "only" £149; Jessop's is even more over-inflated at £199. £ … Fuji's own RRP is "only" £149; Jessop's is even more over-inflated at £199. £75 is about right for a snap-shot auto-only with moderate zoom. Pitty it doesn't use AA batteries. Would have bought one :(Here is an alternative, the Nikon Coolpix L22 with AA type batteires (slightly smaller lens) for £59http://www.jessops.com/online.store/categories/Digital%20Compact%20Cameras/products/Nikon/Coolpix%20L22%20Digital%20Camera%20in%20Silver-77214/Show.html?cm_mmc=Tradedoubler-_-DigitalCompactCameras-_-all-_-all&tduid=3f88a6af0a46eec70ec46defc02944f8&url=http://www.jessops.com/online.store/categories/Digital%20Compact%20Cameras/products/Nikon/Coolpix%20L22%20Digital%20Camera%20in%20Silver-77214/Show.html?cm_mmc=Tradedoubler-_-DigitalCompactCameras-_-all-_-all



Blatant link to my post; delivered for £56.05:thumbsup:

hotukdeals.com/ite…d-1

pet2000;8290563

Fuji's own RRP is "only" £149; Jessop's is even more over-inflated at £199. £ … Fuji's own RRP is "only" £149; Jessop's is even more over-inflated at £199. £75 is about right for a snap-shot auto-only with moderate zoom. Pitty it doesn't use AA batteries. Would have bought one :(Here is an alternative, the Nikon Coolpix L22 with AA type batteires (slightly smaller lens) for £59http://www.jessops.com/online.store/categories/Digital%20Compact%20Cameras/products/Nikon/Coolpix%20L22%20Digital%20Camera%20in%20Silver-77214/Show.html?cm_mmc=Tradedoubler-_-DigitalCompactCameras-_-all-_-all&tduid=3f88a6af0a46eec70ec46defc02944f8&url=http://www.jessops.com/online.store/categories/Digital%20Compact%20Cameras/products/Nikon/Coolpix%20L22%20Digital%20Camera%20in%20Silver-77214/Show.html?cm_mmc=Tradedoubler-_-DigitalCompactCameras-_-all-_-all


I've got the earlier 5mp version of one of these, and I've just loaded some pics onto my PC. The lenses are superb and even at 5mp the resolution is excellent. Only the Canons are better IMO.

Not used a Fuji, but I'd like to know how they compare to the Canon and Nikons.

rsethi;8290907

Hello Pet2000: Which batteries do you use and where from do you buy them. … Hello Pet2000: Which batteries do you use and where from do you buy them. I have been using energizer 2700 and they are ust rubbish. I am unable to get 25 pictures from 4 month old energizer. In fact I am thinking of buying a new camera only to get a dedicated battery . I use Sony DSC-W series camera with flash.Your inputs on the above would be highly appreciated.



I use 7-day shop "Good to GO" 2100mA batteries (4x £3.99, cheaper when you buy more).
They are as good as the Sanyo and much cheaper. I also use a 7-day shop charger but you can use any charger suitable for Ni-Mh batteries.
Here is a link
7dayshop.com/cat…341

whatsThePoint;8291084

What camera do you have that you could test dedicatied batteries against … What camera do you have that you could test dedicatied batteries against AA in it to justify your statement?Or are you saying out of 2 totally different cameras that have different power consumptions yours lasted longer :whistling:



You don't get it, do you? The point of using AA's is not to compare prices or how many pictures you can take. Contrary to a film camera, a digital camera is useless without power!

This makes the batteries the most important part in a digital camera. And if a battery is readily available everywhere in the world, even in the smallest shop somewhere in a rural place, I can take pictures when my power runs out, a person with a propriator battery operated camera cannot.

Perhaps you were lucky and never run out of power, but if you ever do, that's it.

Inactive;8291457

Blatant link to my post; delivered for … Blatant link to my post; delivered for £56.05:thumbsup:http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/647034/nikon-coolpix-l22-56-05-delivered-1



HA HA, no it's not a blatent link.

I got my info for £59 from "offeroftheday". I presume that's where you got your's from too.

Camera looks nice but I can't find any reviews for it. Oops, sorry to interrupt the argument about batteries. Thought I was on a deals website.

Anyone got this camera? Any good?
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