FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD

Last Updated (11 August’10):
– Review & Sample Photos @ ePhotozine

FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD is a 12.2 MegaPixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 18 x 24-inch prints features 18x Optical Zoom; Wide-Angle Lens, 3 inch LCD screen; Dual Image Stabilization, Panorama Mode * SR AUTO & Face Detection, HD compatible * Capture images to SD/SDHC memory cards (not included). The camera measures 110.2 (W) x 73.4 (H) x 81.4(D) mm / 4.3 (W) x 2.9 (H) x 3.2 (D) in, and weighs 337g / 11.9oz.

FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD
Overall Rating: ★★★★☆ | Latest Price Info

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FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD Reviews

ePhotozine reviews the FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD and writes;
“For the price, Fuji’s S2500HD is a very well featured camera indeed. The 18x zoom lens, creative manual and easy to use automatic features should suit a wide range of people. “
Rating: ★★★½☆

Cameras.co.uk reviews the FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD and writes;
“Picture quality roughly matched my expectations when taking the price tag into account. It takes good quality outdoor shots and can cope with most photo situations. “
Rating: ★★★★☆

Steves-digicams.com reviews the FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD and writes;
“The camera can capture decent 12-megapixel images that are sure to make pleasing prints from 4×6-inch on up, and offers some blazing fast Burst mode options. However, it’s overall image quality, ISO performance, and shot-to-shot times are not up to par with the rest of the competition.”
Rating: N/A

Photographyblog.com reviews the FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD and writes;
“Image quality, although not the best in class, is also up to scratch, with a usable ISO range of 64-400 with 800 as a backup, commendably little sign of purple-fringing, an effective image stabilisation system, and good exposures in most situations.
Rating: N/A

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FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD User Manual (PDF)

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FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD Features

12 Megapixels
A 12 megapixel of high resolution can capture the world around in vivid color and lavish details.

Powerful Zoom, Outstanding Quality in HD
Optimal image quality for both HD video and still images through Fujifilm’s unrelenting supportive functions with Fujinon Lens.

Fujinon 18x & Wide 28mm Zoom Lens
The widely renown Fujinon Lens are used popularly in numerous situations including satellites in outer space, TV/film, security and compact cameras. With the highly adept manufacture of Fujifilm, high precision optic and technology are provided for the best 28mm wide angle and 18x optical zoom. 28mm optical zoom lens allows you to capture the real scale, depth, dynamism of the scene at a wide angle.

High Sensitivity + CCD Shift Image Stabilization
Dual Image Stabilization is the combination of high sensitivity and CCD shift image stabilization that works to eliminate blurred photos by freezing action and minimizing blurs at maximum zoom range.

High Sensitivity (max. ISO6400)
Maximum sensitivity of ISO6400* lets you take natural, lifelike photos, even with limited available light. And high sensitivity also lets you stop the action, even when the subject is moving at high speeds.

HDTV-Compatible Photos & Video
Able to capture both photos and movies in high-definition 16:9 format, the FinePix S2500HD lets you discover the impact of full-screen HDTV image display.

One Response to “FujiFilm FinePix S2500HD”

  1. marin says:

    There are many people debating on the pros and cons of such superzooms as the Finepix S2500HD but I have had one for one month and more than 2400 shots now and the truth is that for the $150-170 you get it, there’s really little to complain.
    Of course, this is not a four thirds, it’s not a DSLR, or anything else that costs $300 or more. There are certain limitations that the tiny sensors these cameras are provided can not overcome, so if your priority is indoors HD video, or low light photography or sports photography, you either need to buy a camcoder or spend substantially more on a better camera.
    But if you’re the amateur kind with its price tag as a budget, few or no other models on the market will match this finepix and its 18x zoom, decent image quality and colors, combined with a solid image stabilization and flash that really makes a difference with compact cameras.
    I have seen some peoples reviews complaining about short battery life, on the contrary, I am regularly getting about 450 shots out of the 500 specified for NI-MH cells, and this is with 4 (also used before) 2500 mah sonys and normal usage, which includes flash, lots of waiting, zooming and rezooming and heavy viewing/deleting.

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