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Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD Digital Camera - Black (10MP, 15x Optical Zoom) 2.7 inch LCD
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|Sold By||Available from these sellers||MACnificent||Ezone Wholesale Ltd||Globletrading UK||FONICA||Amazon.co.uk|
|Display Size||2.7 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||10 megapixels||20.2||20.3 megapixels||16||20.1||20.1|
|Has Image Stabilization||Yes||Yes||—||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||11.1 x 7.57 x 7.89 cm||8.33 x 11.1 x 7.62 cm||9.19 x 12 x 8.17 cm||13.74 x 10.32 x 13.95 cm||73.5 x 6 x 44.6 cm||71.7 x 6.1 x 42.9 cm|
|Item Weight||360 grams||426 grams||418 grams||0.9 kg||495 grams||0.63 kg|
|Max Focal Length||75||630 mm||1,200 mm||2,000 mm||954 mm||1,550 mm|
|Min Focal Length||5||22 mm||24 mm||24 mm||157.5 mm||24 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||10 megapixels||20.48||21.1 megapixels||16 megapixels||20.1||20.1|
|Removable Memory||—||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick|
|Special Feature||—||—||Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||GPS||-||Serial Shot Mode|
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15x active long zoom with a high resolution of 10 megapixels.
The Face Detection function along with the unique zooming functions, captures the best facial expression in almost any scene.
Dual Image Stabilization gets rid of blurs caused by camera shake or moving subjects.
Quick image searching and useful features.
Battery type: AA
Built-in flash: Y
Camera shutter speed: 1/4 - 1/1000
Camera type: Bridge camera
Colour of product: Black
Compatible memory cards: sd,sdhc
Depth: 75.7 mm
Digital SLR: N
Digital zoom: 5.7x
Display diagonal: 6.86 cm (2.7")
Flash modes: Auto
Flash range (tele): 0.5 - 4.1 m
Flash range (wide): 0.6 - 5.4 m
Focal length (35mm film equivalent): 27.6 - 414 mm
Focal length range (f-f): 5 - 75 mm
Focus adjustment: Auto
HD type: HD
Height: 78.9 mm
Image sensor size: 1/2.3"
Internal memory: 55 MB
Macro focusing range (tele): 0.7 - 3.5
Macro focusing range (wide): 0.1 - 1
Maximum image resolution: 3648 x 2736 pixels
Megapixel: 10 MP
Motion JPEG frame rate: 30 fps
Number of batteries supported: 4
Optical zoom: 15x
Scene modes: Beach, Documents, Fireworks, Museum, Night, Party (indoor), Portrait, Sunset
Sensor type: CCD
USB 2.0 ports quantity: 1
Video capability: Y
Video formats supported: AVI
Video recording: Y
Voice recording: Y
Weight: 386 g
Width: 111 mm
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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.
You can get a tiny IR remote trigger control (compatible not Fuji) if your kit doesn't include one, off well known Auction sites for a few quid works fine at 10 to 24 feet and means Dad can be in the pictures too without faffing with timers.
Can't think of anything else to add just now, but if your looking to make the step up from a compact without carrying a crate of bits and lenses around, want a good auto mode to get you started then you have found the perfect choice. Will it make you a better photographer? well your not supposed to say this but yes! It will encourage new interest in what your doing and with the zoom make you more aware of things like framing of your subject in the shot and so on, leading to more thoughtfully arranged shot. Its speed will give you new access to action shots too.
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.
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.
Most recent customer reviews
A tripod is needed if you use the zoom or the pictures are so blurred
Ended up giving it away.
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