Fujifilm S8650 16MP Bridge Camera - £89.99 @ Argos
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Fujifilm S8650 16MP Bridge Camera - £89.99 @ Argos

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Found 9th Oct 2014
Lens type: zoom.Minimum aperture: 2.9.Maximum aperture: 6.9.Manual focus.Minimum ISO rating 100 and maximum ISO rating 6400.Built-in flash.1080p HD recording.Video capture with sound.PictBridge compatible.Detect up to 6 faces.Features intelligent scene mode feature.

Memory card compatibility:

SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card formats.

General information:

Colour: white.Includes strap and shoulder strap.Batteries required: 3 x AA (included).Size H8, W12, D7cm.Weight 450g.

EAN: 4747410263060

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35 Comments

Original Poster

from argos reduced from £199 i got one yesterday the zoom quality is amazing

A bridge to nowhere.

Is this bridge camera any good for a novice?

Original Poster

yea im one myself im in love with it already its a fantastic mid range camera

Original Poster

Rose5

Is this bridge camera any good for a novice?



it sure is im a novice myself im in love with it already and seen many good reviews the zoom it has is fantastic aswell

Good price and find. Heated

Original Poster

simplyjimbo

Good price and find. Heated



thank you this is my first share lol

Was not in the recommended from my post.

This was link http://www.techradar.com/news/photography-video-capture/cameras/what-camera-should-i-buy-your-options-explained-986593

Any advice as price is good

Original Poster

the thing with bridge camera's is you dont have to carry extra lenses around with you for diffrent shots personaly from my point of view and the research iv done it was a great camera to start off with iv taken some amazing shots already i really am happy with it

Great Find OP..Heat Added

It takes 3 x aa batteries, didn't realise camera's still used them these days????

what's the difference between the Fujifilm S8600 and the S8650 ?

Original Poster

k210550

what's the difference between the Fujifilm S8600 and the S8650 ?



to be honist im not sure myself im guessing a newer version

casben

It takes 3 x aa batteries, didn't realise camera's still used them these … It takes 3 x aa batteries, didn't realise camera's still used them these days????



wow really.. that's a shame... hate buying batteries.

Original Poster

iyesha87

wow really.. that's a shame... hate buying batteries.



buy rechargeables i have its only charging a camera battery lol

Original Poster

chrisdwoolston

buy rechargeables i have its only like charging a camera battery lol

Think I'm gonna go for this, not the most fully featured but a bargain and has good reviews on the Argos site.

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fix

Think I'm gonna go for this, not the most fully featured but a bargain … Think I'm gonna go for this, not the most fully featured but a bargain and has good reviews on the Argos site.



thats why i went for it too u wont regret it i dont its a lovely camera for the money the zoom is fantastic

Good stuff it's to go travelling with, and at that price if anything did happen to happen while I'm away I won't be in tears too much

Now typically £99.99 the day I go to buy it, deal expired....

chrisdwoolston

thats why i went for it too u wont regret it i dont its a lovely camera … thats why i went for it too u wont regret it i dont its a lovely camera for the money the zoom is fantastic

it's now 99.99 i think?

hann1kins

it's now 99.99 i think?



Yep' looks like it...but still, for the tenner I still think it's a good buy (hides from all the camera experts oO)

hann1kins

it's now 99.99 i think?


Throw a memory card or pack of batteries in to take it over £100; claim a £10 voucher for spending more than £100.

Or am I missing something?

While I'm here, my daughter has a similar bridge camera and it doesn't really eat through the batteries like you would imagine. I had reservations about this issue when buying it a year ago but I don't find it to be an issue; it's certainly not a deal breaker for me.
Edited by: "Ginglemonkey" 16th Oct 2014

Rose5

Is this bridge camera any good for a novice?



Yes I would say so myself afer going south africa with one for a little over 2 weeks. Spent 7 days at safari taking photos and people had different level of gear. If you never done it before bridge camera is a good starting point. I got Lumix which has insane zoom it which was great but the DSLRs did get more detail in pictures but people either had to change lens or rent a really expenesive one out for it. You also don't have to spend a ton as you would with DSLR to try it out and see how you like it. For a beginner its a good start unless you have the money to spend and know you want certain camera for future use.
Edited by: "Okami" 16th Oct 2014

dare not tell my lad who has just spent £175 on a Nikon camera from Amazon ....
Edited by: "joesmum" 16th Oct 2014

I used a Fuji bridge camera for years, the lenses are superb. And guess what? The most important part of any camera is the lens.

I bought it the day the price went up £10 and the day before the spend over £100 and get a £10 voucher started, doh!

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k210550

what's the difference between the Fujifilm S8600 and the S8650 ?



50

Can't vote hot as £10 higher than last week, regardless of vouchers

Banned

sensor is the same size as my $%^. :|.
Edited by: "douglas13" 17th Oct 2014

Which looks better, this or the 6800 at Currys? I thought the 6800 seemed good but don't know?

Good price. I have an older Fujifilm bridge and it is a great camera. It has a viewfinder as well which is why i bought it

chrisdwoolston

to be honist im not sure myself im guessing a newer version



Only difference is the s8650 was made to be used in conjunction with deals. IE Argos and other chains that sell it with something else. I got the s8650 or so it said on the box! but the model number on the bottom of the camera said s8600 with a note attached saying they were the same camera and spec.
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