Fujifilm FinePix S4800

January 30, 2013 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Digital Compact Cameras | 7 Comments |
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The Fujifilm Finepix S4800 is a new bridge camera with a 16 megapixel, 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor and 30x optical zoom. Featuring a 24-720mm equivalent Fujinon lens and sensor-shift image stabilisation, the Fujifilm FinePix S4800 comes equipped with a PASM mode dial and a 3-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 230k dots. Features such as Instant Zoom, which shows your composition area as well as the area outside the frame, and Individual Shutter 3D, which creates 3D pictures by merging 2 images, provide an interesting twist for your photos. Powered by four AA type batteries, the Fuji FinePix S4800 will be available from April in black, white and red colours, priced at £149.99.

Fujifilm Press Release

Zoom in on life with FUJIFILM’s new S4800

FUJIFILM is proud to launch the new FinePix S4800 bridge camera into its spring 2013 range. Highly regarded for their powerful optical zoom lenses, quick responses, ease-of-use and compact nature, bridge cameras are an excellent choice for all.

The S4800 is available in April with an RRP of £149.99.

1.?Powerful optical zoom and powerful Optical Image Stabilisation
The S4800 bridge camera is equipped with a powerful 30× (24-720mm equivalent) FUJINON optical zoom. There’s no need to worry about blurry images from camera shake or subject movement, as the S4800 is armed with OIS (sensor shift image stabilisation). Furthermore, on the other end of the scale, and for the more artistic amongst us, great results can be achieved with the clever Super Macro which gets you as close as 2cm from your subject.
 
2.?High quality images and a super speedy response time
The S4800 camera benefits from a 16 megapixel, 1/2.3 inch CCD sensor that captures even the finest details. Plus with the choice of six different scene types, Scene Recognition Auto mode can cleverly recognise the subject you’re shooting, and decide on the settings required. Offering autofocus speeds as fast as 0.3 seconds*1 and start-up times of 1.3seconds *1 the S4800 will give you responsive, hassle-free photography.

3.?Great videos at the touch of a button
Record HD movie 720P/30fps in 16:9 format, then share your memories with friends and family on the big screen, using the mini HDMI connector*2. What’s more with the clever Video Scene Recognition feature and a dedicated Video Recording button, you can leave the camcorder at home, and capture some great spur-of-the-moment footage!

4.?Advanced Photographic Support
This highly specified bridge camera comes with a whole host of features to make your photography more enjoyable, such as a mode dial for selecting P, S, A, and M modes and a large 3-inch LCD screen, for framing and viewing pictures. Features such as Instant Zoom, which shows your composition area as well as the area outside the frame, and Individual Shutter 3D, which creates 3D pictures by merging 2 images, provide an interesting twist for your photos. Not forgetting features such as the Date Stamp, which lets you record the date the photo was taken, and the 320 shot, 4×AA alkaline batteries, which allow you to go on long trips without worrying about battery life.

5.?Fujifilm S4800 Key features list:
30x FUJINON Super zoom Lens (24-720mm)
16 megapixel 1/2.3 inch CCD sensor
Optical Image Stabilisation(Sensor Shift)
Scene Recognition Auto with 6 pre-set scenes
Autofocus in 0.3seconds*1
HD MOVIE 720P/30fps with Video Scene Recognition
Mini HDMI output
3 inch LCD monitor (230k dots)
Manual exposure control(P/S/A/M modes)
Shooting functions; Individual Shutter 3D shooting, Date stamp and more.
Instant Zoom
4×AA alkaline batteries with an approx. 320 shot battery life
Available in Black, White, and Red.

*1 FUJIFILM research based on CIPA standards.
*2 HDMI cable not included

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#1 R Henry

What? no viewfinder?

4:51 am - Friday, June 14, 2013

#2 DisplayPort

HDMI, DisplayPort and DVI are all digital standards used for High Definition video signals. DVI & DisplayPort (V1) solely carry the video-image signal but no audio, where as HDMI covers each. Therefore if you employ a DVI or DisplayPort (V1) cable, you'll need to connect audio cables from your DVD-player, CPU, games console or cable/satellite receiver to your TV.

9:06 am - Friday, June 28, 2013

#3 video-image

HDMI, DisplayPort additionally to DVI are extremely electronic digital standards employed for Hi-def video clip signals. DVI & DisplayPort (V1) only carry this video-image indication nevertheless no audio tracks, where as HDMI handles the 2. Therefore if you start using a DVI or DisplayPort (V1) cable television, you would like to hook up audio tracks wires through your DVD-player, COMPUTER, games console or cable/satellite recipient to your TV SET.

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10:26 am - Thursday, July 4, 2013

#4 digital

HDMI, DisplayPort and DVI are all digital standards used for High Definition video signals. DVI & DisplayPort (V1) solely carry the video-image signal but no audio, where as HDMI covers each. Therefore if you employ a DVI or DisplayPort (V1) cable, you will need to connect audio cables from your DVD-player, CPU, games console or cable/satellite receiver to your TV.

12:07 pm - Monday, July 8, 2013

#5 Dacamera

Please do a full review of this camera

6:57 am - Thursday, September 5, 2013

#6 Marion

I bought the S4800, used it a few times and the shutter button started malfunctioning. Under the terms of the warranty it had to be sent for repair if possible rather than giving me a replacement. After such a short time and little use I now have a substandard camera as far as I am concerned. You should not exoect things to need repairing within 3 months of purchase. I tried remonstrating with Fuji but they were adamant it would be repaired if possible. So, no more Fuji cameras for me in future.
Shame because when it worked it was a lovely bit of kit.

4:48 pm - Tuesday, September 10, 2013

#7 Cable

Most of these adaptors are designed to change the connection variety & let ideal on the web connectivity to be able to a variety of units.

http://www.dueltek.com.au/pages/vga-cables

5:13 am - Wednesday, December 18, 2013