Fujifilm Finepix S5800 £109.89 Pc World Price Match (Save £20)

Fujifilm Finepix S5800 £109.89 Pc World Price Match (Save £20)

Found 11th Jun 2008
Just got PC World to price match this camera with Amazon to knock £20 off the instore price. Amazon are currently out of stock but PC world price matched with the pixmania price which amazon are currently showing (which they probably shouldn't have according to their T&C's !!).

Amazon Link :

The FinePix S5800 delivers high image quality whatever the scene from the 8.0-megapixel CCD sensor. High sensitivity & intelligent flash gives non-blur, sharp, focused photos with balanced exposure.

* Pixels - 8 million
* Optical Zoom - 10x
* Screen Size - 2.5 inch
* Memory Format - and SD Memory Type
* Battery Type - AA
* High Sensitivity upto ISO1600
* Super Macro Mode
* Zoom function for movie recording
* Picture Stabilisation Mode
* Real Photo Technology



Look on pixmania.co.uk/uk/…867 you can buy it here for £99.10 even cheaper.

Original Poster

Yes, you can but they will charge you £7ish for postage and you will probably get the manuals in French and a euro connection plug.

Have used pixmania before - beware !

It was £101 at Ebuyer with free supersaver delivery. I bought one last week and it's back in stock at £99.99.


It's £101 at Ebuyer with free supersaver delivery. I bought one last week.

They don't appear to sell it anymore.

got this camera price matched the same way a few weeks ago as long as its on amazon marketplace (such as pixmania) they'll price match and give a 10% difference extra discount too. you can reserve online at pc world and just take a amazon print out in and show them. they'll recuce the price accordingly. it was only £105 on amazon a while back when i did it ,advertised in pc world for £129 a difference of £24 so i got a 10% difference of £2.40 off so only paid ££102.60
cheaper still is buying a refurb direct from fujifim for £87.99 or the 5700 for £79.99

That's true, I bought a camera there and user manuals were in French, Spanish and Dutch. I read French but it's still annoying, and the only way to get an English manual was to download it for free or order one from Canon (at a cost).
It's also true that the stuff came with euro plugs, so they gave me an adapter beside the box.

Last but not least, I had to return the camera, and then it became very complicated. Even though I returned it to the store in SW London (Fulham), it took almost a month for the headquarters in France to acknowledge receipt of my camera. And then another 3 or 4 weeks to have the problem sorted...

It's quite strange when you know Pixmania is part of DSGi (PC World, Currys, Dixons, Inmac, Macwarehouse etc.), but till that changes, I would probably not buy again from Pixmania, unless it was significantly cheaper.
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