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Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD Digital Camera - Black (10MP, 15x Optical Zoom) 2.7 inch LCD

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  • 10MP digital camera with wide angle lens, 15x optical zoom and 2.7 inch LCD
  • Dual Image Stabilisation and high-speed shooting up to 13.5fps
  • Face Detection, auto red-eye removal and 14 scene modes
  • High definition 16:9 format suitable for full wide-screen display
  • Each camera comes with a HD-S2 Connection Kit (HD cable & remote control)

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 11.1 x 7.9 cm ; 358 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 880 g
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: P10NC00980A
  • ASIN: B001FOQU7C
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Sept. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 64,909 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Box Contains

  • FinePix S2000HD Digital Camera
  • 4x AA-size Alkaline Batteries
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Lens Cap and Cord
  • A/V Cable
  • USB Cable
  • Owner's Manual
  • HD-S2 Accessory Kit: HD Cable RC-S2 Remote Control
  • CD-ROM containing: FinePixViewer


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    Customer Reviews

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    50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By R. Chance on 19 Dec. 2009
    As the next step, and costing not much more than a good compact this camera is fantastic. Not too bulky but solidly built it fires up quickly, the 15x zoom (plus some extra digital zoom if needed) opens up a whole new experience over a compact. The focus system is usually accurate but can get a bit woolly in very low light (some form of manual override would have been the icing on the cake). Movie recording is brilliant and has consigned the camcorder to the loft forever. Some people have said the zoom control is tricky due to buttons? mine has a thumb lever that you just push one way or the other, works fine so don't know what they mean!

    There is a firmware update from 1.0 to 1.1 on the Fuji site that is supposed to fix LCD display issues (I wasn't aware of any!), but easy to apply via a memory card, there are instructions on Fuji site. Check your version by holding 'Display/Back' button whilst powering up.

    Other good features? flash is surprisingly powerful for its size, but not super quick to recharge, adequate would be fair.

    It takes AA batteries which makes sourcing emergency power easy, with an 8gb card on full resolution its got room for 1500+ pictures so you use it a lot, best to sort out the good shots later.
    I use Nimh rechargeables and as someone else mentioned the battery warning monitor is rubbish! it comes on massively too soon, even with fresh high powered nimh batteries it comes on after a few flash pictures, just IGNORE it and carry on. The camera doesn't care, recharge when your ready not when the camera says so. You will be fine.

    Colour can be slightly flat in some lights so I tend to leave mine on the Fuji chroma setting rather than standard as I prefer its boost.
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    87 of 88 people found the following review helpful By A. W. Botterill on 13 July 2009
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    To start with I'm normally a DSLR user but I wanted something a little smaller for those occaisions when carrying the "big camera" wasn't practical. I didn't want a compact & I still wanted some quality & creativity so I needed a "halfway house". This camera fits the bill perfectly. Small & light but with enough features & modes to keep even a "photo junky" like me happy. Picture quality is great & when images are captured in the 16:9 modes they look fantastic on a large LCD tv (that's saying something coming from me because I'm very fussy!). The quality of the video in movie mode is very good & also looks good when played back on the tv.

    If I have one "gripe" it's that the zoom control operates to fast & this makes small adjustments in focal length very difficult. That's the only real reason it didn't get the fifth star.

    All in all I'm very happy with the camera & I shall use much more than I originaly intended.
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    75 of 76 people found the following review helpful By keribillen on 5 Mar. 2009
    I bought my Fuji s2000HD as an easy-to-use complement to my very-capable Fuji s100FS, but with the added bonus of HD movies. Am pleased with the purchase: it is indeed very easy to use, has good battery life, the menu is common with the rest of the Fuji range, the buttons are simple to reach, it has a very wide zoom-range, it fits in my coat pocket, and the HD movies are a big step up from the usual 640x480 from most digicams. The s2000HD has some downsides though: the colours in low-light or when using flash can sometimes be distorted (especially red), the battery indicator tells you it is about to run out of power way before the batteries run out (though there is a handy discharge function for NiMH rechargeable batteries), and the HD movie quality is not quite as good as I had hoped for (the camera uses only 8Mb/s MPEG4 part2 at 1280x720p @30 frames/sec....with this video profile the bit-rate should be at least 12Mb/s).
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    I bought my S2000HD as an upgrade from an S5000 which I have happily used for tasks varying from family snaps to geological fieldwork. If you are a fan of Fuji's almost-but-not-quite-SLR digital cameras then you will feel at home with the S2000HD. It retains all the upsides: smaller and lighter than a DSLR, great lenses, no dust, great photos and a good price.

    The S2000HD also has 3 killer features that made me upgrade.
    1) Image stabilisation
    2) Records movies in HD resolution and allows me to zoom while recording
    3) 15x optical zoom

    But there are flaws, most notably

    1) The zoom is controlled by a push-button style control which is very jerky.
    2) The lens has a push-fit cover, instead of a threaded rim. I think this means I will be unable to fit a UV lens filter.

    If you don't think you can live with these limitations and you are willing to spend double the money then have a look at the S100fs. If you don't want to spend that much and you don't mind having last-year's model (with no image stabilisation, less zoom and lower res movies) then see if you can find a heavily-discounted S9600.
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    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Artemis on 19 April 2009
    HD Video quality is great, with good colour correction. Zoom is heavy handed most of the time and motor noise is significant. File format is MPEG-3 so you need to put the files through (eg) Avidemux to produce AVI files which can be easily edited in low cost or free editors.
    Autofocus and zoom work continuously in video mode which is an improvement on previous models.
    There is a stills mode, with features like the ability to shoot in burst mode in a range of resolutions, and a super macro mode that lets you get as close as 1cm to the subject. Video quality and the addition of lots of stills camera functions with full manual control make this one of the best value cameras on the market at the moment.
    Memory cards can be had for under £10 for 8Gig if you look around.
    An ideal choice if you want to get into HD video and want full stills capability too.

    The Battery Meter - is rubbish, comes on way too early. The battery warning comes on after just a few minutes shooting. During a test in which I tried to drain the batteries using the discharge option, it was taking so long I decided to leave it in video recording mode to see if that would be quicker. Of course the battery warning light was on by now. So far, the thing has chugged away for over 45minutes.
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