- Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 11.1 x 7.8 cm ; 408 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 980 g
- Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: Fujifilm FinePix S8100fd
- ASIN: B00152A066
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Jun. 2007
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 141,041 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Fujifilm FinePix S8100fd Digital Camera - Black (10.0MP, 18x Optical Zoom) 2.5 inch LCD
- 18x optical zoom with true wide-angle to telephoto
- Face Detection technology
- NEW Instant zoom function
- CCD-shift image stabilisation
- 13 scene modes
- 2.5-inch LCD monitor
- AA batteries with up to 400 shots
- Super Macro Mode
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Top Customer Reviews
I also wanted a camera that could take rapid pictures. My previous camera was so slow, that by the time it took the picture, the action was gone. Depending on your image quality setting this will rapidly rattle through a series of frames.
An added bonus is video with sound!
The expanded manual comes on CD. There are many features that allow the operator to control shutter speed, the ISO settings and other stuff I haven't even started considering yet.
It certainly does everything I want. It does need an expanded memory card. I use a 2GB and that gives over 800 shots at 10MP.
The Finepix viewer (ver.5.4) has expanded features over my previous version. It downloads quickly and gives more options for viewing folders.
If you are in the market for a state of the art compact camera, look no further.
I bought 8 2700mAh AA batteries and a charger (it uses 4 at a time). Battery life is really good and will easily do a few hundred pictures. Only small criticism is I cannot find a filter to protect the lens, which has a 38.1mm thread. I did get an adapter to go from 38.1mm to a more standard 52mm from SRB-Griturn and it fits, although you can no longer use the Fuji lens cap. Only problem with it is that it shows in each corner of the image when the lens is zoomed out to its widest (the default setting). You have to zoom in a little to get rid of it, which makes about 7% of the wide angle range unusable. Think it's a camera design problem rather than the adapter.
Very pleased with it overall though and consider it great value.
I read many glowing reviews on other cameras but chose this camera, over the Panasonic DMC-FZ18, because it seemed more robust and was more comfortable to hold. I felt the Panasonic had a 'plastic' feel about it - it didn't feel very strong at all. I have not been able to find any reviews on the Fuji camera, despite many weeks of trawling the Internet. Hopefully this will be useful to other people. I haven't yet begun to look at what else it can do - when I do I will get back to you all.
I'd definitely recommend it.
Guess what, I sold it after few weeks as I realised to take better pictures, you need to buy extra lenses to achieve that, which will cost about £100 for each extra lens. Then I bought this Fujifilm s8100fd, which there is no need to get add-on lenses or adapters. It offers everything from true wide angle to extreme telephoto in a single compact unit!
The super-macro is amazing to shot close-up things like flowers, where the blackground is out-focus.(which u cannot do it with G9)Batteries last very long, I've already took few hundred shots so far and
batteries still havent run out!
It's absolutely great value for money! especially for beginners like me! High Recommended!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I would recommend tis camera to anyone ! very versatile and easy to carry around ! mine has now been all over the world !Published 8 months ago by MATT EAGLES
A wonderful camera, easy to use and produces great pictures. Not sure I have fully experienced all it can offer yet but still learning!Published on 20 Jun. 2013 by FMCramb
I never got decent pictures from this camera despite all my efforts, lending to savvy friends etc. The colours are simply not adequate, even for the happy-snappy pictures I mostly... Read morePublished on 30 Dec. 2012 by Andy Dyer
I have owned this camera for over eighteen months now and taken nearly six-thousand shots with it so far without a hitch. Read morePublished on 5 Sept. 2010 by Derek
Very easy to use and gives brilliant pictures. The macro features are really useful. If I have something on a machine hard to read or distinguish , I take a photograph and enlarge... Read morePublished on 19 Feb. 2010 by Working sparks
This is a great little camera, which replaces my worn out Konika Minolta, which was very similar.
I haven't had time to check the Fuji out fully, but the one thing that... Read more
I purchased my camera from a seller on Amazon. After using compact cameras I felt I needed something a bit more substantial to get to grips with. Read morePublished on 23 Aug. 2009 by bobby-W