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Fujifilm FinePix S4000 Digital Camera - (14MP, 30x Optical Zoom) 3-inch LCD


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  • 14 Megapixel CCD with Fujinon 30x optical zoom (24-720mm) and 3 inch LCD Screen
  • 1080p HD stills and 720p HD movie capture (30 fps)
  • HDMI port for easy image display on any HDTV
  • Easy web upload to Facebook and You Tube
  • Face Detection with Blink detection and Smile and shoot mode
  • Full Manual Controls

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Product details

  • Item Weight: 445 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 780 g
  • Batteries 4 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: FinePix S4000HD
  • ASIN: B004G8Q60K
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 15 Jan. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (183 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,744 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

The NEW S3200 and S4000 cameras both boast high resolution 14 megapixel CCDs, award winning Fujinon optics, 24mm wide-angle lenses, are intuitive and easy to operate and are packed full of useful features and technologies. The main differentiator between the two cameras is their zoom capabilities: 24x on the S3200 and a huge 30x on the S4000. With their mega 24mm wide-angle to extreme telephoto lenses, the S3200 and S4000 can capture anything from stunning landscapes to long-zoom shots of giraffes while on...

Manufacturer's Description

S4000
Introducing the brilliant Fujifilm Finepix S4000.

The new FinePix S4000 bridge camera from Fujifilm boasts a high resolution 14 megapixel sensor, award winning Fujinon optics, 24mm wide-angle lenses, is intuitive and easy to operate and is packed full of useful features and technologies. With a bright 3.0" LCD screen (460K dot resolution).

Electric powered Fujinon zoom lenses

With its mega 24mm wide-angle to 720mm telephoto lens, the S4000 can capture anything from a stunning landscape to a 30x zoom of a giraffe on a safari, and you can take these two very different shots within seconds of each other. It’s flexible, and in comparison to someone carrying a D-SLR, you’re able to react quicker and have to carry much less bulk. Fujifilm's attention to detail is evident in the electric powered zoom lever which is perfectly located next to the shutter button and is very simple to operate.

S4000_stabilisation
Reduce blurring with Dual Image Stabilisation.

Dual Image Stabilisation

Even at the longest zoom settings or in the most challenging of lighting conditions, Fujifilm’s S4000 is able to produce pin-sharp results. With its mechanically stabilised 14 megapixel CCD sensor, and high ISO sensitivity settings, Fujifilm’s Dual Image Stabilisation technology combines to reduce the blurring effects of both hand-shake and subject movement to provide superb pictures.

Stunning panoramic shots

Create your own panoramic pictures simply and easily. Just select Panorama mode and you will be directed to take three successive shots with a helpful tool which automatically releases the shutter once the images are fully aligned to seamlessly stitch the shots together in-camera. You'll be amazed at the results!

Take your own HD Movie

The S4000 can capture Full HD photos and 720p HD movies (30fps). These can be played back on any HDTV - once you've seen your home movies on the big screen, there's no going back - it's just not the same on a PC! The camera features a mini HDMI port so you'll just need a HDMI* cable to connect to the HDTV and you'll be all ready to enjoy your photos in the comfort of your sitting room.

*Mini HDMI cable required (not included)

Great Group Pictures
Find your favourites.

Focus on your favourite people

Ever find it impossible to find the photo you are looking for amongst the hundreds of photos on your memory card? Fuji's Face Recognition tool allows you to enter up to 8 people as "favourites". This allows you to "tag" them by name and the camera will automatically register when you are taking a photo of any of your favourite people. In turn this allows you to search for all your pictures of any of these people, by name, using the Image Search function.

This works in the same way for other categories of photo: the camera’s Auto Scene Recognition technology registers whether you've taken a picture of a person, or a landscape, or if it's a night shot or macro shot, so you can filter your search by subject matter or even date & get straight to the photo you are after, quickly and intuitively. It’s a great time saver!

Social Networker?

If you happen to be one of the millions of people worldwide that is into Facebook, then this could be the tool for you! Fujifilm’s easy-web-uploader allows you to decide in-camera which photos and videos you want to post on-line. You can tag them for Facebook and YouTube and then as soon as you connect to a PC and launch My FinePix Studio software it will automatically upload your photos. Perfect for when you’re travelling, it saves the hours spent trawling through your photos on your PC to remember which ones you wanted to share with your friends and family.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

347 of 350 people found the following review helpful By Oceanauk on 14 April 2011
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I have been using the camera over the last few days now and getting to grips with it. So far it is really easy to use; the menus are very user friendly and straight forward. I was really surprised too at how light the camera was - I did expect it to feel really heavy but it's fairly compact for the specs that it has!!

The picture quality so far has been really crisp and the zoom is fantastic - again with very crisp, clear photos using the inbuilt image stabiliser.

I took a picture of the moon just holding the camera, at full zoom and the result was astounding - I could see all the craters of the moon really clearly - there was no fuzz (noise at all.

You have the option of using the camera's inbuilt scene selection or adjusting the settings manually - great if you have more knowledge about photography.

The flash has a manual release button - meaning that if a flash is required in low light it would not automatically pop up - so you need to use your own judgement.

The panoramic feature is fantastic - it automatically puts 3 shots together - you just follow on the on-screen instructions!!

The video quality is HD if you so require or you can adjust to a lower setting - and one con of the camera is here: the lens being used to zoom during recording is quite noisy.

One amazing feature too of the camera is the viewfinder - being able to switch to that instead of using the LED screen on the back is really handy - it's very clear to see through.

The batteries don't seem to last too long - after one day I was getting the low battery warning - however, having said that, I have turned off the camera and re-used it on subsequent days and it seems to be going still off the same batteries!!
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82 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Lolly on 28 May 2011
I deliberated long and hard before I purchased this camera. I did try out one of the earlier versions but found that the macro was terrible in anything other than perfect light. As this is what I really needed the camera for, I was slightly worried that I would be dissapointed with this - but the reviews generally seemed promising.

I've now used it on several occasions and have found it a dream to use. Nice and easy to understand and you don't really need to read the instructions. The macro options are great! You get lots for your money here and I'm so pleased that I did not go and spend more. It's not too big and so its nice to take out and not feel that you are carrying a brick with you. I love the option to view through the eye piece or the LCD screen - it;s extremely useful to have both options.

I've not had any problems with the automatic focus and all images have come out nice a crisp. The smile detection surprised me in that it worked! I was not expecting that, but you do need to make sure that you have good light for this.

I have not given it 5 stars - because of the problems with the software. I put the software onto my computer and had so many problems with it that I took it off (which itself was not easy) and just used Windows for downloading. It really was not worth the trouble. All in all, the camera is great - but the software is problematic, but still a great buy.
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82 of 83 people found the following review helpful By MalNCH on 10 Jun. 2011
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I'm no David Bailey and have been used to using sub £120 point and click cameras and thought it was about time to get something better and improve my photography skills.
I read 100s of reviews and eventually decided to go for this one.
I've had it a few days and I can honestly say this camera has blown me away.
Loads of features, the manual is easy to understand, the zoom is fantastic, macro fantastic. The quality of my pictures has improved no end.
I can't beleive the crispness and clarity of some of the super macro shots I've taken.
I haven't done much with the video side of things yet but a test run produced a great vid.
Panoramic facility - brilliant.
I'm sure more experianced camera users will find some cons but for the likes of me I recommend it 100%
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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Iain S. Palin on 14 Nov. 2011
If your digital camera preference is for bridge models, with their chunky handgrip and eye-level viewfinder, then this may well be the machine for you.
It has all the strengths of the brand in terms of specifications and performance (i.e. very good all round) and of value for money, but what makes it the best is the powerful zoom, and the fact that it works so well. The optical zoom lens range is to 30x - for those of us who still think in 35 mm camera terms, that's equivalent to a zoom going from about 24 mm to over 700 mm and all true optical not digital. And it comes with anti-vibration technology to cancel out the effect of normal hand shake at those extreme lengths. Having taken it on holiday and put it through its paces I can confirm it works, the ability to pick out clear details on high buildings or far-off scenes is truly impressive. When I was looking at new cameras I was drawn to this model by my previous good experience with the brand, but it was the zoom that decided me and I was not disappointed.
It does have the annoying things that also come with Fujifilms cameras, such as the clunky and obtrusive bundled software for downloading and organising your pictures (I found it easier to uninstall this and just hook the camera to my PC with the USB cable provided and transfer the pictures manually), the rather noisy tracking autofocus in video mode, and the frustration that Fujifilms wouldn't spend a tiny bit more to put a filter thread on the front. Despite these I give the camera five stars and strongly recommend it.
HINT: I had a nervous few minutes when switching the camera on produced and error message and instructions to turn it off then on again, a message that then came up again when I did just that.
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