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Fuji Finepix F810 [6MP 4xOptical] - [16mb XD Card & Docking Cradle]


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  • Newly-developed 1/1.7 inch Super CCD HR sensor with 6.3 million effective pixels
  • High performance 4x optical zoom lens equivalent to 32.5mm - 130mm on a 35mm camera
  • High resolution 2.1" widescreen LCD screen
  • Full range of exposure controls
  • Continuous shooting modes
  • Wide range of ISO settings
  • High quality VGA movie recording
  • USB 2.0 connectivity
  • RAW file format for unprocessed image saving
  • Ultra-fast start-up time
  • Includes PictureCradle
  • xD-Picture Card" providing large storage capacity
  • PictBridge" compatibility for direct printing without a PC
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 10.9 x 5.4 cm ; 200 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 980 g
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  • Item model number: F810
  • ASIN: B00064A0SM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan. 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

Product Description

Box Contains

  • Fuji Finepix F810 Camera
  • 16MB xD-Picture Card
  • Li-ion battery NP-40
  • AC Power Adapter AC-5VW
  • Hand strap
  • USB cable
  • A/V cable
  • PictureCradle
  • CD-ROM for Windows" and Macintosh": USB driver, FinePixViewer, ImageMixer VCD2 for FinePix ,RAW File Converter LE

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    Customer Reviews

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    47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Dil on 19 Nov. 2004
    I stepped up from the canon A70. Build quality and ergonomics are great. No problems getting to the controls. It is light weight and very pocketable. The screen is excellent though in sunlight can be difficult to view (no worse than most other cameras). Appealing is the full range of manual controls on the top dial. The camera is very quick to operate and use. Photo quality is superb - very crisp though I have not taken many night time shots. There is some purple fringing when you zoom in but I understand this is a common problem with a high megapixel camera - certainly it is acceptible. Noise levels are visibly lower than the Canon S60. The manual pop-up flash is not really an issue for me. Video mode is excellent and very smooth. Note there is no facility to rotate the photos within the camera (and therefore if directly attached to TV for viewing). Photostitch option as seen on Canons would be very useful to create panoramic shots more easily. Finally the longest shutter speed is only 3 sec - may not suite all.
    Overall I am very glad I bought this camera. I would recommend it.
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    39 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Philip Hurst VINE VOICE on 19 May 2005
    The first things that strike one about the Finepix F810 are its unusual body shape -- a slightly elongated rectangular prism -- and the quality of the camera construction: it's a beautiful piece of engineering in a top-quality magnesium alloy case. Very little cheap plastic here. It feels nice in the hand, and while it is larger than many of the popular compact cameras of today (Pentax S5i etc.), that is a plus, since it has a substantial feel to it that is reassuring. Won't fit in a shirt pocket, but certainly in a jacket, trousers or handbag. There is an optional soft leather case available, and together they make an attractive luxury package.
    OK, so it looks very nice and feels very nice, but how does it work? Very well indeed! It can be used as a P&S camera, but you don't need to spend £300 for just a P&S, even if it does give you 12Mp photos. The F810 also gives experienced photographers almost complete control over their photographs, rather like an SLR, with fully manual control if desired, along with aperture and shutter speed priority, program [sic], and four dedicated "scene" modes. [It also takes movies, but I have no interest in using it for movies and so can't comment on this feature -- though other reviews speak favourably of it.] One unusual and attractive feature is the switchable "widescreen" (16:9) format: the large LCD screen shows it and the photos are recorded in that format, the same as a widescreen TV. Very neat.
    Most importantly, this Fuji F810 takes superb photographs, quite remarkable considering that it is such a compact package. Best quality is achieved by using the 12Mp or 8Mp size (the Super CCD HR sensor carries 6.
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    14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 April 2005
    This is an extremely well built which fits neatly into your pocket. It oozes style and the qualityof the widescreen LCD is excellent. One of the big positives is the speed at whichthe camera operates. The camera is ready to use almost immediately after switching on, the zoom is fast, the focus is fast ( and accurate) and the shutter lag time is one ofthe best I have come across. Quality of images is generally superb. Video very smooth. Lots of manual control.
    Some gripes: No in-camera rotation of pictures (I often view pictures from camera through TV and have to crank my head round to see some of my shots. Longest shutter speed is not that long - but more than acceptible for anything but the most demanding situations. It is quite unbalanced on a tripod.
    I was considering the Canon S70 as well. In terms of performance the F810 shines. The S70 may have the edge on overall picture quality- but only just
    Overall I am very happy with this camera and would highly recommend it
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    31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Phil on 21 Nov. 2004
    Takes a little getting used to with many controls for the more serious photographer, but you can also point and press and let the auto do it's own thing. Very good chip allows excellent photos. Good screen and fast response. Could do with a cover for input/output slots. Can get up to 12 megapixels if you want. 16mb card isn't really enough memory, upgrade to 125 min. Cradle is fine and is easily used.
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    12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr Philip Thomas on 14 April 2005
    This is a great camera if you want to be able to control how your pictures turn out. I am a long time SLR user and I have switched to using the F810 as it offers all the control (Manual, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority etc) of an SLR without the size.
    This is a nice sized camera and I take it everywhere with me so I am taking far more photos (which is what photography is about after all) than I did with my Canon EOS SLR and the camera produces great results.
    You can of course use this in 'point and shoot' mode but that's really not what it's about. If you are looking for quality and control then I recomend this camera - but buy a new memory card as 16MB is nowhere near enough (get a 512MB).
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    18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mick Kennish on 17 Jan. 2005
    I bought the F810 to replace a Sony DSC P52 that I could not get an underwater case for. The F810 has an extemely high specification list (ability to take photos with up to 12M/pixels or down to 0.3m/pixels) and knocks spots off the Sony. It is easy to handle and change settings. Also we kept the same soft case for the Fuji and it is quite a lot smaller/compact.
    The clincher was the fact that Fuji make an underwater case for the F810 and it is rated for 40m.
    Agreed the two cameras are not in the same price bracket, but you get so much more camera for your money, it is worth spending the extra.
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