The FinePix S3000 utilizes 3.2-million effective pixels (2048
LCD Screen Size: 1.8 in
Memory Card Support: xD-Picture Card
Effective Megapixels: 3.2 Megapixel
Camera Type: Bridge Camera
Lens Mount: Fixed
normalized-Optical Zoom: 6
Product Title: Fujifilm FinePix S3000 3.2 Megapixel Bridge Camera
Power Score: 3.9 | 25 Reviews
Total Pixels: 3300000
Image Sensor: CCD
Maximum Video Capture Resolution: 320 x 240
Interface Connection: 1 x USB
Flash: Auto Flash, Red-eye Reduction
Optical Zoom: 6 X
Digital Zoom: 3.2x
Max Aperture: 8.2 1/f
Removable Flash Memory Included: 16 MB xD-Picture Card
Height: 3.0 in
Weight: 10.00 oz
Width: 3.9 in
Class: Audio Visual Accessory
Depth: 2.7 in
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Viewfinder Type: Electronic
Image Format: JPEG
Max Focal Length: 228 mm
Shortest Shutter Speed: 1/1500 Second
Video Capture Format: AVI
Longest Shutter Speed: 3 Second
Features: Automatic Flash, LCD Display, Red-eye reduction, Selective Image Deletion, Self Timer, Viewfinder
Number of Resolution Modes: 4
Minimum Shutter Speed: 3 sec.
White Balance Modes: Auto 6 positions selectable in Manual Mode (Fine, Shade, Daylight Fluorescent, Warm White Fluorescent, Fluorescent (Cool White), Incandescent Light)
Min Focus Distance: 2.6 ft
Max Zoom: 19.2 X
Maximum Frame Rate: 10 fps
Camera Modes: Shooting Modes: Normal: Auto Scene Position (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night Scene) Manual Continuous: 2 frames/sec up to 2 frames Playback Modes: Single frame (with max.12.8x playback zoom) 9 multi-frame Exposure Modes: Auto Manual (Aperture Priority, Exposure Compensation)
HD Movie Mode: No
Frequency Band: Languages: E/G/F/S/Chinese
Maximum Shutter Speed: .0006 sec.
Exposure Settings: Aperture Priority, Auto Exposure, Manual Exposure
Memory Card Type Include: xD-Picture Card
Product Series: S
Maximum Frame Rate: 10 frames/s (fps)
White Balance: Auto, Preset Modes
Focus Features: Auto Focus
General Features: Built-In Auto Flash, Red-Eye Reduction, Self Timer, Slow Speed Sync
Maximum Image Resolution: 2048 x 1536
Image Sensor Quantity: 1
Exposure Control: 64-zone TTL metering Program AE (Exposure Comp. available in Manual Mode)
Power Source: (4) AA Battery, AC Input
Image Sensor Size: .37 in
Min Aperture: 2.8 1/f
Focus Type: Auto
Number of Batteries Support: 4
Frames per Second: 10 frames/s (fps)
ISO Equivalencies: 100, 200
Max Horizontal Image Resolution: 2048 cpi
Min Focal Length: 38 mm
Max Vertical Image Resolution: 1536 cpi
Product Reviews (11)
Love It, Love It, Love It
Strengths: Easy to use and great value for the money.
Weakness: Haven't found any yet.
This camera is so easy to use, and the factory settings are perfect for a novice photographer. I actually enjoy taking pictures now. The pictures come out with true colors. The shutter speed is perfect for taking pictures of young ones who won't sot still too long.
By toniasparks - May 8, 2006
Strengths: very good result for outdoor in daylight, powerfull zoom. easy to use.
Weakness: since it only have auto focus, it's hard to take a shot with low lighting. Not recommended for indoor with low lighting. cannot set ISO and shutter speed manually will become a trouble.
fuji must give more feature for the camera. comparing with canon or the others with comparable price, fuji have less feature. even for S9000 series. need to have more for manual setting such as shutter speed and ISO.
By anonymous; - Nov 11, 2005
Strengths: Very nice quality picture. Strong flash, you can take picture in near dark, however you will not be able to use your view finder. Just perfect weight. Excellent 6x optical zoom.
Weakness: Slow shutter speeds, not good for taking those candid shots. Too many steps to setup timer and need to set everytime you want to use it.
S300 is a well design camera with an SLR quality picture for it's price. The sutter speed was a big disapointment. Camera is great if you want to take portrait picture or scenic. Not so great a camera for taking candid moments, burst speed is just too slow. Very strong flash, but it drains the battery really fast and slows down when taking multi shot. Lots of modes for manual usage, but too many...
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S300 is a well design camera with an SLR quality picture for it's price. The sutter speed was a big disapointment. Camera is great if you want to take portrait picture or scenic. Not so great a camera for taking candid moments, burst speed is just too slow. Very strong flash, but it drains the battery really fast and slows down when taking multi shot. Lots of modes for manual usage, but too many step to set it up. Great camera for portraits and Group pictures
By anonymous; - Jul 13, 2005
I am very pleased with the...
Strengths: Easy to use. 6X optical zoom. Auto matically eliminates the digital zoom on high resolution. Bright viewfinder. SLR. I like the adapter and 55mm filter ring. A very versitile camera for the money
Weakness: None, consider the price of $169. Not all the options of a $900+ camera, but I didn't expect that.
I am very pleased with the purchase of this camera. The pictures are great. The instruction book is deatailed and easy to read. I am able to use many of the filters that I purchased for my 35 mm SLR.
By ed_pelot - Jan 11, 2005
This is my 2nd digital camera. I...
Strengths: Very easy to use, and it has a powerful optical zoom (6X). It handles well, and most controls are easy to decipher. So far, most pictures have come out clear, with good color.
Weakness: The delay takes some getting used to, especially with action shots. It is not as compact as some models. It didn't include an AC power adapter, but it is available.
This is my 2nd digital camera. I like the use of AA batteries, as this was a problem with the 1st camera that I disliked very much. It takes pics comparable to my 35mm SLR, and I can pick what I want to keep and delete. I bought it at Circuit City for $169.99, and even with an extra 64mb picture card, I was out the door for less than $230. I think that's an incredible bargain for the features it...
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This is my 2nd digital camera. I like the use of AA batteries, as this was a problem with the 1st camera that I disliked very much. It takes pics comparable to my 35mm SLR, and I can pick what I want to keep and delete. I bought it at Circuit City for $169.99, and even with an extra 64mb picture card, I was out the door for less than $230. I think that's an incredible bargain for the features it has. I would buy it again.
By Art59 - Nov 29, 2004