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Fuji FinePix S100FS
Fuji FinePix S100FS
4.2
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Hey! You should know that this product has been discontinued. Here are our current recommended cameras in the Point and Shoot Digital Cameras category.

Fuji FinePix S100FS

B
We've given the S100FS a grade of B.

Editor's Review

The S100FS is an old model. Check out an updated model such as the S1800. Here's what we had to say about the S100FS when it was released in February 2008:

For those wanting more for a point and shoot but not wanting to take the plunge into SLR photography, Fuji gives users the Finepix S100FS. With the ability to shoot manually or in auto mode, plus dual image stabilization and a hefty 10000 ISO setting, mid range users will be able to experiment while enjoying the safety of a point and shoot environment.

Specifications

  • 11.10 Megapixels
  • 14.30x Optical Zoom / 2x Digital Zoom
  • Auto and manual focus
  • Dual Image Stabilization
  • Full frame 30 fps movie mode with sound
  • 50 shot high speed continuous shooting at 3 megapixels
  • Film Simulation, Dynamic Range and AE Exposure Bracketing.
  • 100-10000 ISO Levels
  • JPEG and RAW image formats
  • 2.5-inch Tiltable LCD
  • SDHC / SD / xD storage with 25 MB internal capacity
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable Battery
  • Part Number: F-FX S100 PRO-US-CD
  • UPC: 4547410029529
  • Release Date: Feb 01, 2008

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Fuji FinePix S100FS Reviews

Fuji FinePix S100FS Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 5.0 out of 5
Too much queality by the little price (SEBASTIAN MADRIGAL OLAN — 06/23/2009)

I took very good pictures of landscapes, flowers, events of my daughter, only a problem (maybe because because I am a novate photographer) the indoor photos with out flash are a little granulated. Excelente camera

  • 4.0 out of 5
Value for money (Boris Loncar — 06/06/2009)

I,m surprised with Fuji cameras (price versus quality) Even my old fuji 9600 is still a miracle on 80 ASA setting and tripod. My friends with 4x more expensive cameras are mad at me ;)
s100fs can be little bit problematic taking auto rally shots (slow auto focus) and trees against the sun (purple noise on edges can be canceled in Photoshop). Otherways, if you are not an professional sport/action photographer and if your life is not depending on it, You can make miracles in 90% of situations!

  • 5.0 out of 5
best I've seen since the s5200 (clif — 05/15/2009)

I just bought the camera and even with just getting started this looks like a winner. I haven't run into any of the problems a few people seem to complain about in the images so far and it's a fun camera to use. I love the manual zoom and that big lens, a lot of well built quality here. It's a solid bulit camera and the only thing like it around. I've had 5 Fuji cameras and this is the best by far. The 7 and 8000 series were poor cameras, all around, the 6000fd was a good camera, the 9100 was good but this beats them all hands down. You won't be disappointed if you by one.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Outstanding (Michel — 03/06/2009)

This camera performs beyond anything I expected. Easy to handle, logical to understand.

My intention was to purchase one of the big brand camera's until a price and feature comparison led me to take a chance and order this model.

  • 5.0 out of 5
The best of the crop (Kenneth Thomas — 10/23/2008)

If you're looking for the best non dslr camera then your look is over. The Fuji S100fs is the best camera in it's class. It offers you most features that dslr's have with the added joy of only needing one lens.

I have tested this camera in all types of lighting and subject matter. It shines at everything I can use it for!!! For those who say it has a problem with CA, just use a double coated digital filter and you won't have any problem. I tried it in direct hard sun and had no problems at all.

The viewfinder and LCD are sharp, bright and clear. The image stabilization works very well at slow shutter speeds. Photos look great at 800 ISO and awesome from 100 to 400 ISO. This camera produces color that is right on the money. If your a Fuji film user then you'll be right at home.

You would have to spend two times the price for a camera body and lens that can equal this camera. Where else are you going to find a lens that has the same range of 28-400mm and at F2.8-5.3?? Most lens that I found start at F3.5 and don't give you a 400mm top end at F5.3 with image stabilization. You can come close but, for over $1000.00 for the lens alone.

Do yourself a big favor and buy this camera. You will be happy that you did. When your friends are trying to find the right lens, you just take the photo with no worries. I did!!!

  • 5.0 out of 5
Finaly The Best (Svebor Marinkovic — 10/04/2008)

The Best in Category of serie S

  • 5.0 out of 5
this camera is awesome (Samantha — 08/28/2008)

I would highly recommend this camera to anyone, especially if you have children. I got this when i was pregnant and have used it about every day since then. it is great at catching kids on the go with the face detection and red eye reduction. Also just about anything to take a picture of comes out clear. my only complain is that the XD card for this camera is so large when you download pictures it takes forever

  • 5.0 out of 5
One that you`ll remember until better FujiFilm in the near feature. (Ilmars Puzulis — 08/10/2008)

It`s ideal. The only cons are that there are some aberrations on full optical zoom and I had difficulties to find external flash.

  • 5.0 out of 5
I would buy again in a heartbeat (Joe DeFelice — 05/31/2008)

This camera has to be so far about the best advanced non DSLR I have seen so far. I really love the versatility and the functions of the camera. It is well built and so I have had no problems and just love shooting it.
JoeD

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