|Fujifilm FinePix S7000 6.3 MP Digital Camera - Black As-Is For Parts / Repair|
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|The S7000 utilizes Fujifilm's 4th Generation Super CCD HR with 6.3 million effective pixels and 12.3 million recorded pixels (4048x3040). The FinePix S7000 has a bright F2.8 Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) Fujinon 6X (35-210mm) optical zoom lens with a 13-step aperture and high speed focusing. Up to 800 ISO at 1, 2, or 3 MegaPixels is possible with minimal electronic noise, and digital movies with sound at full VGA resolution (30 fps) is also possible. A new 235,000 pixel electronic viewfinder greatly improves viewfinder performance over previous models. Other features include: Dual media slots for xD Picture Card and MicroDrive, a manual focus/zooming adjustment lens ring, full manual exposure and aperture or shutter priority, AE scene modes, custom white balance, hot shoe mount. The S7000 supports CCD-RAW and JPEG file formats and connects to your computer via USB 2.|
|UPC||0074101480610, 0741014806102, 4902520254771, 74101480610|
|Camera Type||Point & Shoot|
|Sensor Resolution||6.3 MP|
|Sensor Type||CCD, Super CCD HR|
|Lens For SD||Body Only|
|Macro Focus Range||1-20cm|
|Focus Adjustment||Automatic, Manual|
|Auto Focus type||TTL contrast detection|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||35 - 210mm|
|Max Shutter Speed||1/10000 sec|
|Min Shutter Speed||15 sec|
|Exposure compensation||±2 EV range, in 1/3 EV steps|
|Exposure Metering||Evaluative, Multi-Segment, Spot|
|Exposure Modes||Aperture-Priority, Automatic, Bulb, Manual, Program, Shutter-Priority|
|Light Sensitivity||ISO 160, ISO 200, ISO 400, ISO 600, ISO 800|
|Light Sensitivity Max||800|
|Flash Type||Pop-up Flash|
|Red Eye Reduction||Yes|
|Effective Flash Range||0.3 m - 8 m|
|Camera Flash Features||Auto Flash, Flash +/- Compensation, Red-eye Reduction Flash, Slow Sync|
|Flash Modes||Auto Mode, Fill-in Mode, OFF mode, Red-eye Reduction, Slow Synchro|
|Memory / Storage|
|Supported Flash Memory||CompactFlash, IBM Microdrive, Microdrive, xD-Picture Card|
|Viewfinder Type||Digital, Electronic|
|Viewfinder - Field Coverage||100%|
|Viewfinder Diagonal Size||0.44"|
|Screen Details||LCD display - TFT active matrix - 1.8" - color|
|Microphone Type||Microphone - built-in|
|Microphone Operation Mode||Mono|
|Connector Types||1 x DC power input, 1 x USB, 1 x composite video/audio output|
|Expansion Slot||1 x CompactFlash Card - type II, 1 x xD-Picture Card|
|System Requirements for PC Connection|
|Operating System Supported||Apple Mac OS 9.0 - 9.2, Apple Mac OS X 10.1.5 - 10.2.6, MS Windows 2000, MS Windows 98, MS Windows 98 SE, MS Windows ME, MS Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 98SE, Microsoft Windows ME, Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, Microsoft Windows XP Professional|
|Battery Form Factor||Standard form factor|
|Digital Video Format||AVI|
|Still Image Format||JPEG, RAW, Raw Image|
|Max Video Resolution||320 x 240,640 x 480 (VGA)|
|Min Operating Temperature||0 °C|
|Max Operating Temperature||40 °C|
|Additional Features||Audio Recording, Auto Power Save, Brightness Control, DPOF Support, Date/Time Stamp, Not Interchangeable Lenses, PictBridge Support, USB, With Tripod Mount|
|Shooting Modes||Frame Movie Mode|
|Shooting Programs||Landscape, Night mode, Portrait mode, Sports mode|
|Special Effects||Black & White, Chrome|
|White Balance||Auto, Manual|
|Continuous Shooting Speed||3.3 frames per second|
Average review score based on 14 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I have had a Fuji FinePix S5000 since the mid 2000's, never really had anything even close to a pro camera due to cost. I am not a pro for sure but like to take pctures. Almost died when they took away my Kodachrome 35mm SLR cameras of the 60's, remember Pentax Ashia, etc. Even had a Sears 35mm SLR that worked great for me probably in the seventies ?, even had an external power flash and I looked somewhat like a pro, even had a light meter but till I figured out the perfect settings, I usually missed the shot ! Then the period when I didn't take many pixs or used junk cameras if I did, was resisting this new Digital thing.
Then came the Fuji S5000, rated very good of the price in those days and it made me feel like a pro and got me lots of compliments. Little did anyone know I was shooting mostly on Auto Settings. The only downside was the video recorder worked but I was disapointed in the results. Carried 4 X AA batteries, but like any other electronic device you need A high quality set of rechargerables and a matching charger, it is worth the cost.
Great Pixs with S5000 but when my Battery compartment door latch broke I had to do something. Found the part used and will repair myself !
Got caught up in a couple of good deals on ebay (believe it or not) bought a nice S5000, S6000, and a S7000.
S7000 Has all the bells & whistles and takes great videos as well as stills. Will love it when I get to go over the manual and get a hard copy of it and the S6000.
I don't think the new Fuji's, at least in my price range are the quality of the 3 used ones I bought on ebay, Cost of all 3 plus needed part was less than I paid for my S5000 alone new with a few needed accessories.
The S7000 was the backup for a pro photographer and got rid of it when he upgraded all his equiptment. He told me after the auction that he may come to regret selling the S7000 back up for $161.00. Don't know that much about now but Fuji had it going on during the time frame of the S5000, S6000, & S7000.
My S5000 has over 10,000 pixs taken with no repairs until now, and for the $50 part (over priced but a little hard to find) it may take 10,000 more.
I rate The S7000 tops based on the fact that I have only had it a few days, but what I have done with it, it done it GREAT!
Woody C. Harrisburg, Pa.
I have been using my S7000 for at least 7 years. It provides great photos using the Auto setting, especially in low light situations. I have taken beautiful sunrise and sunset shots with it in Auto mode. My wife is constantly amazed at the quality of the photos that this camera takes; she's an artist and has some training in photography. I haven't used my Olympus OM-1, 35mm since buying this camera. I love taking photos and downloading them as soon as I get home; a card reader is perfect for this little task. The S7000 was designed for easy access to remove the memory cards for this purpose, too. Open the door, press the card and it pops out a little bit. Grab it and stick it in the card reader and the rest is up to you and your photo software. After downloading the photos, remove it from the card reader, pop the card back into the camera and you're ready to take more shots!
It is a versatile camera, allowing the user to choose between Auto, Potrait, Scenery, Aperature priority and Manual settings. It has decent zoom capabilities as well as two Macro modes. The S7000's major fault is the photo quality in bright light situations, but you have the option of going to Aperature Priority and stopping it down, which produses fine results.
One reviewer commented on how quickly it goes through batteries and how it shuts itself off in the middle of your shot. I use 2700 MAH Nickel Metal Hydride rechargables and have been very satisfied with the battery life. The same reviewer complained of the media size. All I can say is this reviewer doesn't know his cameras. The S7000 uses the very common XD cards as well as the Compact Flash Type II card which I have never needed to use. With a 256 MB XD card you can shoot, 169 shots in 6MP, 332 shots in 3MP, 409 shot in 2MP and 550 shots in 1MP mode! Who goes out and shoots 680 frames at one time any way? That's what the 1GB card will hold in 6MP mode. I have 128 MB, 256 MB and 1GB memory cards. For most purposes the 3MP setting gives fine resolution and is large enough to fill your monitor screen and then some.
Another feature of the S7000 is the capability to shoot video with sound. I have used this feature very little, but it is kinda fun to shoot video and then make a movie using Windows Movie Maker.
Late last year, I had to have my camera repaired, because it was producing bright pink backgrounds in all of my shots. Fujfilm repaired it and sent it back to me in timely fashion and for a reasonable repair charge. All in all it has been a great camera.
this camera eats batteries like candy. this is not a good camera the media is an odd size and does not fit in the computer slot needs new batteries every few pictures and turns itself off when you are trying to use it.
I bought this so I could have more MP to work with on shooting distant objects. Camera is great on recent trip to Northern AZ and Southern Utah I took over 600 Pictures and many of them were better than you see on calendars and in brochures promoting the area. It has a setting to shut off camera after so many min so you do not use up battery when not in use taking pics. Mine is set for 2 minutes. I fell and damaged it so I am purchasing another. I chose this camera after looking at many others more expensive. I cannot pay the price a new one so I get mine on EBAY. One hint though be sure you have appropriate filters to reduce haze and UV when you take pictures as it will enhance the results.
I've had one of these cameras for 7 years now. I have taken tons of pics, and have had great success with it. Learning the manual controls on this were a snap, and it was a fun camera to grow into. I am currently in the need of a replacement, as mine has a small speck in the middle of the CCD or lens inside, and I dont want to pay to have it fixed or take it apart and not get it back together just to find out what it is. Also, my flash is no longer working. I cant even get to the manual flash controls, so I suspect a main board issue now too.
Now, the person who has said this camera eats batteries. YES and NO. There are two versions of this camera. One that was sold in the U.S., and another overseas. I had bought mine in the US Virgin Islands, but apparently it came from the UK. The overseas version had a defect in either the software or whatever, but it would indeed suck through AAA batteries like nothing, WHEN it was also using Compact Flash cards as its storage medium. If you used the XD flash cards, you never had an issue. It only became apparent if you used the compact flash cards and your camera was one of the ones affected. That is really the only issue. If you use this, get the Lithium AAA batteries, they are worth the extra price as they last a long time. Regular cheapos will tend to last only a shoot or two. (couple hundred pics).