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Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD 10MP Digital Camera with 15x Optical Dual Image Stabilized Zoom
- 10-megapixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 18 x 24-inch prints
- 15x optical zoom; wide-angle lens
- 2.7-inch LCD screen; Dual Image Stabilization
- HD compatible
- Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)
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|Auto Focus Technology|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||1.1 fps|
|Display Fixture Type||Fixed|
|Display Resolution Maximum||230,000|
|Expanded ISO Maximum||1,600|
|Expanded ISO Minimum||100|
|External Memory Included||Yes|
|Flash Memory Type||SD/SDHC card, Internal|
|Flash Type||Built-in Flash|
|Focus Type||Autofocus & Manual|
|Form Factor||SLR-like (bridge)|
|ISO Range||Auto, Auto (1600), Auto (800), Auto (400), 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 (3200 and 6400 at 5MP)|
|Item Dimensions||3.11 x 2.98 x 4.37 inches|
|Item Weight||0.94 pounds|
|Macro Focus Range||10 cm|
|Maximum Aperture Range||F3.5 - F5.4|
|Maximum Focal Length||414 mm|
|Maximum Shutter Speed||1/1000 of a second|
|Maximum horizontal resolution||3,648|
|Minimum Focal Length||28 mm|
|Minimum Shutter Speed||4 seconds|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||10 MP|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CCD|
|Photo Sensor Technology||CCD|
|Remote Control Description||Yes|
|Sensor Cleaning Method||No|
|Shipping Weight||2.1 pounds|
|Video Capture Resolution||1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps), 320 x 240 (30 fps)|
|Water Resistance Level||Not Water Resistant|
From the Manufacturer
The FinePix S2000HD is a compact and lightweight 10-megapixel camera with an incredible 15x optical zoom lens and HD movie recording/output. The FinePix S2000HD is the first Fujifilm model to offer full compatibility with HDTV systems for both stills and movies. In addition to true HD movies (at 1280 x 720 pixels) and widescreen stills (at 1920 x 1080), the FinePix S2000HD's HD output allows the camera to display ultra-clear high-definition photographs and movies on an HDTV. An optional remote control makes viewing easier than ever. The S2000HD also features Fujifilm's unique Face Detection technology that automatically recognizes up to 10 faces in a frame and adjusts focus and exposure, while also removing red-eye in camera. Other key S2000HD features include continuous shooting up to 13.5 frames per second at 3MP, Dual Image Stabilization for blur-free images, and extensive photographic control including 13 scene position settings.
FujiFilm FinePix S2000HD Highlights
Wide-angle to zoom, hassle-free
The high-quality Fujinon lens is engineered to perform at focal lengths from expansive wide-angle 27.6mm to dynamic 414mm zoom. That means the palm-sized FinePix S2000HD is always ready to shoot any scenario, with no need to stop and exchange bulky lenses.
The 10-megapixel CCD sensor produces crisp, clear, vivid pictures, perfect for big-screen display or enlarged printing.
Dual IS (Image Stabilization) Mode combines CCD shift image stabilization and high sensitivity to minimize the effects of camera shake and subject blur, for crisp stop-action photos with great background detail, even when shooting at the maximum range of the zoom.
Offering maximum sensitivity of ISO 6400*, the FinePix S2000HD gives you the option of shooting without flash, even in limited lighting.
*At ISO 3200/6400 resolution is limited to 5 megapixels. Full resolution (10.0 megapixels) is available up to and including ISO 1600.
Intelligent Flash automatically calculates subject position, distance, and brightness of the scene, instantly adjusting ISO sensitivity and flash output to ensure optimum exposure of the subject and clear background detail.
Natural Light & with Flash
opt for Natural Light & with Flash mode, which takes the same photo in rapid succession with flash and without, at a single press of the shutter. Afterward, the two shots can be displayed side-by-side for selection.
15x optical zoom
The high-quality Fujinon lens incorporates 15x optical zoom capabilities, producing extremely crisp and sharp zoom photos that capture all the subtle expressions and details of those important scenes.
Super Macro mode lets you focus as close as 1cm (0.4 inches), for startlingly crisp and clear full-frame close-ups of flowers, insects and other small subjects.
This function was conceived to help capture moving subjects at high zoom settings. A selectable frame within the LCD screen makes it easy to track your subject within a standard viewfinder scene, while capturing and saving only the enlarged framed area of the image.
Face Detection instantly identifies faces and optimizes focus and exposure, ensuring attractive people pictures every time. Selectable red-eye removal automatically detects and corrects red-eye reflections, ensuring beautiful flash portraits and party pictures.
A single press of the shutter takes three shots at sequential rates of high zoom magnification. The original image, a 1.4x zoom image, and a 2x zoom image are all recorded to the memory card for later viewing and selection.
Continuous shooting at high-speed 13.5fps, up to 33 Frames
A high-speed continuous shooting mode is great for tracking moving subjects, and capturing split-second thrills of sports and other active scenes.
Continuous shots preview
This handy playback function saves you having to play back each frame individually by showing a high-speed preview of images captured in continuous shooting mode. The frame-in-frame playback functions like a flip-book animation view to mimic a video sequence.
The High-Speed Preview function expedites image retrieval by allowing you to scroll through the entire contents of your memory card at a speed of approx. 10 frames per second.
Big, bright 2.7-inch LCD display
The big, high-resolution LCD is coated with Wide View film, offering an expanded viewing angle for effortless selecting and viewing of results.
Micro Thumbnail View
Up to 100 photos are displayed simultaneously on the high-resolution LCD in 10 x 10 array, for instant selection of photos to view or print.
Versatile shooting modes
In addition to a selection of re-programmed shooting modes, the FinePix S2000HD offers a range of versatile scene position settings to ensure optimum results in any photo situation.
HDTV-compatible photos & video
Discover the impact of full-screen high-definition TV display of photos and movies. The FinePix S2000HD lets you view high-definition images on your wide-screen HDTV. Able to capture both photos and movies in high-definition 16:9 format, it gives you images suitable for full, wide-screen display. You'll be surprised at how great those high-quality FinePix photos and movies look on TV.
HD Framing Guide
A convenient HD Framing Guide is displayed on the LCD screen/EVF, to help you ensure that all the image elements are also contained in the HD-compatible 16:9 image. This Guide lets you shoot standard-size images for photo printing, while keeping all the important elements within the HDTV image ratio too.
New selectable playback features let you sort still photos, continuous sequences, and movies, according to how they were shot, making it easier than ever to search for a specific sequence or image. Ten frames-per-second full-screen high-speed playback and 100 frames-at-a-glance micro thumbnail display also help you find your favorite image quickly and effortlessly.
Optional HDTV connection kit
Optional HD-S2 HDTV connection kit contains a cable and a remote control, making it easy to select and view high-quality FinePix images on your TV screen.
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Top Customer Reviews
I generally agree with everything the first reviewer said about the camera, although it doesn't feel cheap or flimsy to me. Certainly not at this ($275.00) price point.
If you don't already have two or three sets of rechargeable batteries, prepare to make the investment. At least while you are learning to use all of the features, you are going to be draining AA's four at a time with breathtaking speed. Nevertheless, the fact that a camera with this many bells & whistles uses a common battery size you can purchase anywhere was one of the dealmakers for me. Once I am more familiar with the operation and options settings I expect I will not be using up the batteries quite so fast. Fuji says 400 shots with rechargables, 300 with Alkalines, and 600+ with Lithiums.
The little rubber cover for the USB/HD connectors makes me wonder about its durability. It's a little hard to pull open all the way (maybe that will loosen up a bit with more use), and I worry that one overly energetic yank will either break the tiny cord that attaches it to the camera or pull it out completely. Be careful with this.
The optical 15x zoom with video does work well (except for the motor noise which does get faithfully recorded on the soundtrack). It is selectable for optical or digital zoom, so if you can't live with the noise, you can work around it.Read more ›
After two weeks of hands-on work with this camera, I've concluded it's very cute and does many things well but it can be frustrating to use.
What it does well:
* In good light, it takes photos and high definition video which are sharp and have good color saturation.
* The tiny flash is surprisingly powerful, even when lighting a fairly large room.
* It offers a wide range of image sizes and formats (ie., 16:9, 3:2, etc.)
* It takes excellent close-up photos of flowers, insects, etc.
* It has some interesting and useful features including high speed (33 fps) photography at 3MP, red-eye reduction, etc.
* It's extremly cute (like a baby dSLR) and easy to carry around.
Why it's maddening:
* The electronic viewfinder (EVF) functions like a traditional optical viewfinder. When using the EVF, however, you must continue looking through it to see the image you just shot as the latter doesn't appear on the camera's main viewscreen after you take it. The logic is you only use the EVF when it's too bright to see the main viewscreen, however, I'd like to be able to use the EVF to save on batteries and use the main viewscreen to confirm my photos after each shot.
* The camera menus are frustratingly inconsistent between different camera modes. For example, some modes allow you to change the ISO while other modes allow only "auto" ISO. The auto-only option should ONLY be on the auto mode.
* Setting the shutter speed and aperature isn't entirely intuitive. To increase the shutter speed, for example, you have to push the down arrow button. I know, push down to admit less light, but I don't think that way when shooting.Read more ›
1. Uses non-proprietary batteries (this one uses 4 AA batteries)
2. Capable of optical zoom during video recording (this camera does that, but see below)
3. Capable of digital zoom during video recording (this camera does 5.7x digital zoom - if you turn on the digital zoom feature, you can optically zoom before starting the video record, and then zoom digitally another 5.7x from that point forward - optical zoom does not work during the video if digital zoom is turned on)
4. Long zoom (15x - lens range is equivalent to 27.6mm - 414mm on a 35mm camera)
5. HD video mode (1280 x 720 videos, also does regular 640 x 480 and 320 x 240 videos).
Although this camera does do optical zooming during video recording, there are some downsides to this feature. You can hear the little gear motors running during the zoom (I've posted a YouTube video so you can hear the sound - it's audible but not super loud). The focusing in room lighting at maximum zoom is not very accurate. There is no macro mode during video zooming.
The digital image stabilization works well at low zoom, but not as well at high zoom during video recording as it does for still photos (the digital image stabilization works better in stronger light than room lighting, and so this is probably related to the low light focusing problems at high zoom).
At 1280 x 720 resolution, each continuous video recording can only last for about 15 minutes (takes up 848MB-884MB with the MP4 compression).
As for the rest of the camera:
The digital image stabilization works very well for still photos.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have used this for many years. It is a decent camera but not great in low light conditions. It was a good value at the time.Published on January 8, 2014 by jb
Perfect camera! lots of settings :) Only problem is if the batter dies, the camera lens wont close until you put more batteries in it.Published on August 2, 2013 by user
Best camera, most intuitive, I have ever used. So easy to use, not a lot of menus to reach simple functions. Brilliant photos. Read morePublished on June 30, 2013 by GoodBuyForLife
I am still having this camera which I have fallen in love. It a great tools for beginners. will promote it.Published on February 22, 2013 by Charles Aurelien DIE
The Fuji FinePix S2000HD is everything I had hoped for! I was using a Nikon CoolPix S550, which took great still pics, but I couldn't capture my friends surfing. Read morePublished on September 6, 2012 by Carolyn Lehmann
I have other cameras, but this is my favorite. I am able to make great videos with it. You can check some of them at Youtube "monigardenal". Read morePublished on July 24, 2012 by Monica Gardenal Baldo
I had purchased this camera for a concert that I went to last month. The zoom was working perfectly than my last malfunctioning camera I had 2 years ago. Read morePublished on August 10, 2011 by Joseph DeVaughn