Hey, I am looking to sell my digital camera because I have decided that it is time to step up to a nicer one. It is a Fuji Finepix S5100 that I got for Christmas. I got it for $400 and would be looking to sell it somewhere around $350. I would sell it to you in the original box with a 256MB XD picture card and a 16MB one thrown in there also. The 256 holds around 130 shots on full quality and the 16 came with the camera. This camera, as I said, was only purchased at Christmas so it is relatively new. I lost the software CD provided in the box but it is easily downloadable from Fuji's website.
* 4.0-megapixel square-pixel CCD delivering images as large as 2,272 x 1,704 pixels.
* 10x, 5.7-57mm lens (equivalent to a 37-370mm zoom on a 35mm camera).
* Digital zoom to 3.6x, depending on image resolution.
* 1.5-inch color LCD monitor.
* Electronic optical viewfinder.
* Full automatic and manual exposure control.
* Shutter speeds range from 1/2,000 to 15 seconds.
* Adjustable apertures from f/2.8 to f/8.
* ISO settings include Auto, 64, 100, 200, and 400.
* Built-in, pop-up flash with six modes and variable intensity.
* Images saved in JPEG format to xD-Picture Card (16-megabyte card included).
* Power from four AA batteries or AC adapter (separate accessory).
* Interface software compatible with both PC and Mac platforms.
* Movie mode (with sound) and Voice Captioning function.
* Four preset Scene modes.
* 10-second Self-Timer for delayed shutter release.
* White balance (color) adjustment with eight modes.
* Sharpness adjustment.
* DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) compatibility.
* USB cable for connection to a computer (driver software included).
You can read in-depth reviews at either of these places
This is a great camera for an amateur photographer looking for their first digital camera.
Note that all of these pictures are not adjusted in photoshop in any way, only resized. All are Copyright 2005 - Joe O'Connor.
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