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Fujifilm Finepix S100fs 11.1MP Digital Camera with 14.3x Wide Angle Dual Image Stabilized Optical Zoom

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  • 11.1-megapixel Super CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality poster-size prints
  • 14.3x wide-angle optical zoom; Dual Image Stabilization
  • 2.5-inch tiltable LCD
  • Face Detection 2.0 with Automatic Red Eye Removal
  • Stores images on xD or SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)
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  • Built-in Flash
  • Image Stabilization
  • Video Capability

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 5.9 x 3.7 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0012Y541S
  • Item model number: 15781764
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,894 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

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The FinePix S100FS provides an all-in-one solution for photo enthusiasts and advanced amateur photographers seeking the manual controls and functionality of a Digital SLR, without the hassle and expense of additional lenses and other accessories.

The FinePix S100FS is equipped with a 14.3x Fujinon manual zoom lens, Fujifilm’s 8th generation Super CCD sensor with 11 megapixels, RP III processor, 2.5-inch tiltable LCD, and ISO capabilities of up to ISO 6400 (at 6 megapixels) and an incredible ISO 10,000 (at 3 megapixels). Photographers will appreciate the ease of use afforded by Dual Image Stabilization which combines optical image and picture stabilization, and Fujifilm’s acclaimed Face Detection 2.0 Technology with Automatic Red Eye Removal, while enjoying a wide dynamic range of 100-400 percent, typically exclusive to the highest-end DSLR cameras, and film simulation modes that only Fujifilm can provide.

Finepix S100fs Highlights

Fuji Finepix S100fs highlights
One-of-a-kind lens design for a one-of-a-kind camera This design allows the ultra-high precision Fujinon lens to achieve maximum resolution at all focal lengths of 28mm-400mm equivalent and aperture stop settings. Because of the composite body and lens structure, there is no penetration of dirt and dust onto the CCD of a bright F 2.8 (wide angle) or F5.3 (telephoto).

Fuji Finepix S100fs highlights
A feature set borrowed from the S5 Pro Fujifilm’s engineers have incorporated some of the FinePix S5 Pro’s features that have been most appreciated by professional photographers, including film simulation modes and settings that expand the camera’s dynamic range. The FinePix S100FS has an extended dynamic range (100, 200, 400 percent ) that is similar to that of negative film, thanks to the newly developed 2/3-inch, 11.1-megapixel SuperCCD VIII "HR" and the new RP Processor III. This camera prevents overexposure and underexposure, regardless of whether the subject is a landscape or a portrait, and Fujifilm’s unique Film Simulation modes (FS) allow photographers to select the ideal "film" mode for the scene with a choice of four modes that optimize for portraiture, low-contrast (soft), vibrant colors (Velvia), or general use (Provia). Only Fujifilm has developed its camera technology from its photographic heritage in film which uniquely gives subtle changes in tone and color reproduction to provide the photographer the widest technical range for the best creative expression possible.

Face Detection 2.0 with Automatic Red Eye Removal Fujifilm’s proprietary Face Detection 2.0, featuring Automatic Red Eye Removal, debuted on the award-winning FinePix F50fd. This one-touch, selectable mode enables cameras such as the FinePix S100FS to detect up to 10 human faces in a scene, correcting focus, exposure and white balance automatically as fast as 0.05 seconds to ensure that photos of human faces are clear and properly exposed, no matter where subjects are located within the frame.
Fuji Finepix S1000fd highlights
1) Face in sharp focus, 2) Optimized brightness
Fujifilm’s Face Detection 2.0 has an advantage over the other face detection systems currently on the market because it can identify faces at extreme angles -- even in full profile. The system allows for up to a 90-degree movement in either direction for profiles and up to 135 degrees for leaning or lying down in either direction, for a total range of 270 degrees.

The Automatic Red-Eye Removal feature works in conjunction with Fujifilm’s Face Detection 2.0, automatically correcting red-eye directly after the shot is taken and then saving both the original image and the corrected file. The user can then perform a side-by-side picture comparison in playback mode and select the most pleasing image.

Additional Features

Dual Image Stabilization The FinePix S100FS features Fujifilm’s Dual Image Stabilization technology to ensure clean, sharp and blur-free images, even in low-light conditions. This combines image stabilization through a mechanically stabilized "floating" lens element to reduce blur from the photographer’s hand-shake, with Fujifilm’s Picture Stabilization Technology, to reduce blur caused by subject movement, for the ultimate in stabilization technology.

Multi-bracketing function The S100FS has three bracketing functions useful for high-level photography: Film Simulation Bracketing, Dynamic Range Bracketing and AE Bracketing.

High-speed shooting Reliable high-speed performance is possible through Fujifilm’s newly developed Super CCD VIII "HR" and the new image processor RP (Real Photo) III Processor. At 3-megapixels, a maximum of 50 continuous shots at 7 frames/second is possible. In addition, 14 scene settings and customer settings can be selected, as can four auto-focus modes offer convenient high-speed, high-precision shooting and focusing for a diverse range of conditions.
Fuji Finepix S100fs highlights


Image Formats Capture images in both JPEG and RAW format.

Movie Mode Movie mode with sound at 30 frames per second in VGA quality, and zoom capable with manual zoom ring while in movie mode.

xD/SD/SDHC-compatible slot The FinePix S100FS features an xD/SD-compatible slot, which accepts not only Fujifilm’s traditional xD-Picture Cards but also Secure Digital (SD) and SD-High Capacity/SDHC cards too.

2.5-inch tiltable LCD The FinePix s100FS features a tilting 2.5-inch LCD that makes it easy to frame shots from a variety of shooting positions.

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And don't give too much attention to all those rumors about "purple fringing" - the picture quality is outstanding, and if you really must shoot at very low level light… Read more ›
The Nikon, in several of the shots, suffered slight blurriness. And yet a couple of the shots were very good. Overall ALL of the Fuji shots were very good. Read more ›
This is a wonderful camera and it takes excellent shots once you are familiar with it's settings... I recommend 200%!!!! Read more ›
I've had this camera for years. It's always produced excellent photos. I purchased it when I had very little budget. Read more ›
I have used this camera on a trip instead of my Canon XTI because of the range of this particular model. The S100FS is wonderful camera which has superb image quality. There… Read more ›
I have been very impressed with this camera. While not a professional level camera, it is a great super-zoom that the "normal" person can utilize to get great pictures. The… Read more ›
This camera simply combines the professional features in an amature price level. This is not an entry level camera, for me I consider it a high end amature camera. Read more ›
But if you are looking for one camera that does it all than this might be the one. It is quick, features galore, versatile zoom range, good image quality and very well built. Read more ›
Amazing photo quality for a bridge camera. Love the external controls. Very comfortable to hold. Read more ›
Another feature of the…I do like the "Velvia" setting, but it cannot be used at the same time as DR expansion mode (the camera switches DR off when Velvia is selected). T… Read more ›
Function buttons on the camera body are similar to those on a DSLR camera, are minimal in number, and reflect functions that are actually useful in taking the photos… Read more ›
Many DSLR-like controls here allow quite a bit of experimentation and adjustment, making this camera work better for the more experienced photographer, and allowing trial… Read more ›
The stabilized Super zoom is great. A sleight amount of barrel distortion and Read more ›
I also shoot concerts at Artpark in Lewiston NY The long zoom is terrific with the dual image stabilization. The new 11.1 mp sensor does in fact seem made for that barrel… Read more ›
It has an image stabilizer that allows you to take clear pictures at full zoom. The zoom ring is very smooth and is easy to compose the shot. The movie mode has a good… Read more ›
...if you really like taking pictures...and you have lots of fun with it but you want something with a good zoom and lots of options to explore..its a camera to consider to… Read more ›
The Fujifilm Finepix…I like the manual zoom, the lens is sharp, the wide angle allows for wide shots and the settings are more than adequate for all types of conditions. Read more ›
I love the zoom. I took pictures on a playground and set so far away from it and when i zoomed it the picture came out really nice. Read more ›
I almost never use film simulation modes, rarely SP1 and SP2, but "custom" modes C1…Lenses are almost ideal and work perfectly both in telephoto and macro/supermacro modes. Read more ›
The lens used is very good and the image stabilization feature does work, better than other cameras I have used in the past. One hand held shot was my Comcast connection… Read more ›
Opened the box and the attachment of the strap and lens cap was easy. The body looked beautiful. Read more ›
The Fujifilm Finepix…I like the manual zoom, the lens is sharp, the wide angle allows for wide shots and the settings are more than adequate for all types of conditions. Read more ›
Belive me after using this camera I will not…If you are considering a new camera with a host of features and a tack sharp lens...you will love this camera as much as I do! Read more ›
If you are looking for the BEST…If you are looking for a DSLR - but cannot afford the investment of good quality lenses (don't fall for the "kit offerings") - this is it. Read more ›
Balance is good and the camera is light enough to carry for hours. Color saturation is great and can be adjusted to presets that kind of mimic Fuji films. It may be a… Read more ›
Dynamic range is the best of all the…And images taken at ISO 800 are cleaner, sharper and more color accurate than the images taken with my Canon SX10 at ISO 80 and 100. Read more ›
It is fast, lot of function, wonderful color, great image quality in low light, wide angle, telephotos, tilt live LCD view, video with zooming function... You got them all… Read more ›
Using automatic white balance, color under poor lighting is…At the graduation noted earlier, some images had very good color and some needed a little work in PhotoShop. Read more ›
There…By doing this, you get more vivid color and tone and still be able to shoot with expanded DR. Very glad I experimented with the available settings to discover this. Read more ›
In Provia, it has definitely an amazing color fidelity. It copes very well with counter lighting (good dynamics). Read more ›

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126 of 127 people found the following review helpful By kandoro on April 4, 2008
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Yes I sold all my DSLR equipment after I bought this camera. It's that good for what I needed. The only negative worth talking about is some minimal purple fringe at extra high contrast type scenes.

I was concerned about focusing accuracy and in low light. The camera excels at both. It has dedicated ISO and EV buttons which are a must. The fast lens is sharp even wide open but sharpens up even more at around f/4-4.5. The new 2/3" sensor handles the 11 megapixels with the associated noise just great. The manual zooming lens is so quick. Just like a DSLR. With all the bells and whistles, extra external buttons and dials it's truly designed like a much more expensive DSLR. The continuous focus and optical stabilazation are simply amazing. Of course with a EV you don't get the speed of a DSLR tracking but I don't need that particular feature.

The highly taughted dynamic range increase is good for a least one additonal stop and possibly two in jpg. Of course in RAW one can process however many they need through HDR.

Frankly I've been waiting for any manufacturer to come up with a not too big of a camera with a true optical stabilized 28-350/400 lens with a 2/3" sensor to keep the lens small enough to keep the weight down but large enough to let in enough light to keep it fast. Also needed a manual zoom and not those slower electronic zoom models that are too slow for me. I think Fuji has delivered the camera of my dreams and I imagine those of others as well.

I've also owned the Panasonic FZ-30/50 which are very special cameras but the Fuji S100fs simply has so many more features the Panny's just can't truly compare. The Fuji clearly has more resolution and FAR LESS noise. At least two stops less.
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93 of 94 people found the following review helpful By K. Matthews on April 15, 2008
The Fujifilm Finepix S100fs is a superb camera, in most instances exceeding expectations. Whilst I am not a Pro photographer I consider myself an able amateur and have used many cameras over the years. As I am traveling more I decided I wanted a replacement for my Pentax K10D DSLR - which is an excellent camera, on par if not exceeding the Canon and Nikon offerings in its range (sub $1000.00). Lugging extra lenses around when traveling can be a real chore - yet there has really been no alternative - until now.
The S100fs is a real DSLR alternative at last - and this is from a REAL USER - not someone who has just read reviews or posts on the Internet.

The image quality is magnificent. Fuji have outdone themselves with this lens, it is a step above most Tamron, Sigma and kit lenses and approaches the quality of the higher priced offerings of the big manufacturers. The PROOF is in the images. I have standard scenes I always photograph to test cameras - one of them of the lake view from the rear of my house. Using the Velvia film setting on the S100fs I was astonished at the images it captured - some of them exhibiting an almost 3D appearance. This camera has produced the best images of this scene I have taken with any camera!

There is a lot of talk about Purple Fringing - mostly by Pixel Peepers who have never held the camera but who inspect low grade images uploaded to the Internet and make derisory comments. I have found however that using the camera involved a learning curve that I hadn't expected. Some of my first images were not as good as I had hoped - but I concluded that the camera was better than what I was seeing. More careful handling and attention produced startlingly better results.
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88 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Ken Barlow on June 9, 2008
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I have had the Fuji S100fs camera for almost a month now, and have quite a bit to say about it's performance. First, I am very impressed with the image quality in general and the low noise images produced by this camera. Pictures up to 400 ISO are almost noise free, while 800's show very little noise and still show great detail. 1600's are not too bad either, but you probably would not want to print too big, as there is some noise there - however, compared to pretty much every other point and shoot out there, noise levels are quite satisfactory. I was able to get some great shots at my daughters' dance recital last week. Using 800 ISO for the slower ballet & pointe, and 1600 for the faster action, like clogging & hip-hop, I captured some very nice images with little or no motion blur. A few were out of focus: I noticed that when tracking moving objects the focus had a little trouble locking on some of the time. Overall, pretty pleased though.
Next, the Dynamic Range expansion feature on this camera really works. Some shots that would have been too contrasty at standard DR turned out extremely nice - almost never have a blown highlight and shadowy areas are lit enough to show detail that would be lost otherwise. Great feature!
Another feature of the S100fs is the film simulation mode. I do like the "Velvia" setting, but it cannot be used at the same time as DR expansion mode (the camera switches DR off when Velvia is selected). There is a way around this, however, by setting color to "high" and tone to "hard" in the main menu (this is what Velvia setting does to the camera anyway). By doing this, you get more vivid color and tone and still be able to shoot with expanded DR. Very glad I experimented with the available settings to discover this.
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