FUJIFILM FINEPIX S2750 DIGITAL BRIDGE CAMERA 12MP  £83.99 delivered from ebay argos Outlet
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FUJIFILM FINEPIX S2750 DIGITAL BRIDGE CAMERA 12MP £83.99 delivered from ebay argos Outlet

£83.98eBay Deals
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Found 12th Mar 2012
Brand new 12 months Argos Warranty

Auto panorama mode, auto focus tracking, Photo book assist, Instant Zoom, Blink detection, image tagging for Web upload, voice memo.

Camera model number S2750.

12.2 megapixels.
CCD sensor.
3in screen LCD.
ISO range from 100 to 6400.
Continuous shooting8.
Full auto and manual settings.
Built-in flash.
720p.
PictBridge compatible.
Focal length 28-504mm.
Image stabilisation system.

Accessories included: AV cable, USB cable.

Weight 341g.
Size H7.4, W11.1, D8.2cm.

15 Comments

Looks good, does it take AA batteries?

Original Poster

tom6195

Looks good, does it take AA batteries?


Yes. 4 x AA

OOS in 5. 4. 3. ...
I really want a camera like this except I want an integrated li-ion and I don't quite have the money at the moment

Good deal. Heat.

Just throwing in my 2 pense. Had a little play around with this camera and found it extremely awkward to hold. Good price though

Great Camera and an absolute steal at this price. Well worth it

andreapedrazzini

OOS in 5. 4. 3. ...I really want a camera like this except I want an … OOS in 5. 4. 3. ...I really want a camera like this except I want an integrated li-ion and I don't quite have the money at the moment


If zou want a Li-ion battery you would be better off getting a smaller compact camera like the F300exr. After all, the advantage of the li-ion battery is the smaller size but less availability of power when you run out of juice.

OOS now

Not a big fan of Bridge cameras. Point and shoots seem to perform better.
These just give the illusion of quality because they look like DSLR's :P

Expired

I bought the S2950 and had to have it replaced twice due to various faults with focusing. I was disappointed with the picture results. Very poor in low light conditions which surprised me and the Hi Def video wasn't all that.

Better deals can be had direct from the Fuji refurb site.

louishayati

Not a big fan of Bridge cameras. Point and shoots seem to perform better. … Not a big fan of Bridge cameras. Point and shoots seem to perform better. These just give the illusion of quality because they look like DSLR's :P



Yes, and my Kodak Instamatic is best of all.

pet2000

If zou want a Li-ion battery you would be better off getting a smaller … If zou want a Li-ion battery you would be better off getting a smaller compact camera like the F300exr. After all, the advantage of the li-ion battery is the smaller size but less availability of power when you run out of juice.



I just don't like having to take batteries out to charge them because it makes it easier to lose them and I live in a house where things get lost fairly easily. at the moment I have no house phone as it's somewhere with a dead battery for example ;p

louishayati

Not a big fan of Bridge cameras. Point and shoots seem to perform better. … Not a big fan of Bridge cameras. Point and shoots seem to perform better. These just give the illusion of quality because they look like DSLR's :P


A bridge allows an introduction to the elements of a camera that can be adjusted by the user not available to adjust on a point and click, for a reasonable price
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