Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot
  • Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot
  • Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot
  • Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot

Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot

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Key Features
  • Type Advanced Point & Shoot
  • Optical Sensor Resolution 16 MP
  • Optical Zoom 30x
  • Built in Flash Yes
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Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot - User Reviews

4
OUT OF 5
Very Good , Based on 30 ratings
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4
FujiFilm Finepix S4800 Advanced P&S
by Abhijit Nayak on 2014-01-21

First of all, let me tell you what’s included in the package. Apart from the camera, USB cable, lens cap and pouch and a 4 GB memory card, there are 4 alkaline non-rechargeable batteries along with 4 rechargeable Ni-MH batteries with the supplied battery charger. So that’s a good deal provided the rechargeable batteries are in good condition. Also, for those of you who think Fujifilm is inferior, let me tell you that this company is an excellent performer in the Advanced P&S market. Fujinion lenses are reputed worldwide. Do check out professional photography forums on bridge cameras before labelling Fujifilm an inferior company just because it’s less-known to the general Indian population. I got this for 9.3 k, and I feel I have made a wise choice. This is my first so can’t really compare with others. CONS: Aperture Priority: There is not so much as aperture priority in this camera as there are only 2-3 aperture levels available. So there’s not much of a choice. Always try to keep the maximum aperture for a nice exposure (unless you are overexposed, of course) and decrease the shutter speed for a blur-free shot. So the aperture priority mode is just not as you might think it is. Camera shake at night: It’s not that the camera shakes more at night. During the day, you can ramp up the ISO levels and decrease the shutter speed for a good image. But in the night, you have to use a longer exposure, especially at telephoto range since your maximum aperture is reduced (f/5.9) compared to wide-angle range (f/3.1). And everyone knows that camera shake is aggravated at increasing zoom levels. If you are a wide angle,ok. But at 30X optical zoom, even at the widest aperture available at that zoom, you still have to use a longer shutter speed to expose. And the problem starts here. The pictures can get extremely blurry when camera is hand-held at speeds above 1/1.3 sec. And the camera allows up to an awesome 8 secs shutter speed. Advice: NEVER TAKE A NIGHT SHOT AT 30X ZOOM HAND-HELD WITH A LONGER SHUTTER SPEED. How to avoid this? Well, get a tripod. If the camera is not hand held and put somewhere, the pictures are amazing and no blur is seen at all. And you would obviously want a tripod if you are going above 2 secs. Honestly, i feel the camera's anti-shake CCD shift image stabilisation method does not perform too well. It's just ok. Point is, I have not compared with other cameras of this range, so can't say on a relative basis. PROS: I would not say as much about pros since everything except the above two is incredibly fine with the camera. Zoom is good at this price. Shutter speed range (1/2000 secs to 8 secs) is awesome, panorama mode works fine. Interface and menu is good and user-friendly. Lots (and I mean really lots) of modes and options are available. Modes like Shutter priority which are not available on other cameras in this range are available. About EVF, you won’t need in this specification. And don’t worry about that 460k vs 230k dots thing on the LCD, 230k’s just fine. Build is good. The grip on the right feels leathery and holds on nicely. The buttons are all comfortably within reach. Red eye is not seen in pics when using the flash. Noise is not seen appreciably even in ISO-800 unless you want to print it at full resolution. Let’s admit it, most of us store our pics only on computers (and online) and hardly print, that too at full res. Bokeh shots are wonderful in the Macro and Supermacro modes. Plus, battery drainage is ok. I get 300 shots on an average per cycle. That’s fair enough. You would love this camera for it’s user-friendliness. Who is it for? If you are a newbie and wanna learn photography (like me) get this. It is for you and won’t disappoint you at all. If you are a pro or a DSLR user, perhaps you should not be here. If you are a confused person who does not have to learn photography and want a camera just for some casual shots, buy a cheaper simple P&S camera instead. This camera has a lot to learn about and you would have to learn basic photography concepts to use the manual mode. You can find sample shots at my flickr page: Abhijit Nayak (enefron) http://www.flickr.com/photos/113108885@N07/ Finally, all in all this is a nice camera. I am satisfied with the features and quality. It’s a good camera in this range. Go for it. Dos: Learn basic exposure concepts online. Read manual carefully. Don’t put fingerprints on the lens. And NEVER NEVER NEVER take night shots at 30X zoom with long shutter speeds while HAND-HELD. Get a tripod. I am getting one soon. ??? I have given 4 just for the aperture thing and the 'not-so-appreciable' quality of image stabilisation used in this camera. Not that other cameras in this range are very good in that aperture respect, (I have not compared the shake stuff) but giving 5 is like saying this product could not have been better. Haha. I would recommend this to you and am satisfied with it.

5
realistic images, awesome zoom.
by aditya on 2014-03-24

I've used 4 P&S cameras before and nothing comes closer when we compare the image quality and Optical zoom ratio to mega pixels of S4800, think you already know an optical zoom is much more important. A point and shoot camera only has one lens and you should get the most out of it.

Megapixels is basically a myth. All modern cameras have more than enough mega pixels. Too many megapixels on the tiny sensor of point and shoot cameras can actually be bad. Small pixels packed tightly together on a small sensor generate a lot of heat. To much heat and your photos become very noisy. Especially at higher ISO settings.

Bottom line is go with the camera with the most zoom.

This offers 30x optical zoom which is 'the most' a P&S can offer in this range.
It has 4 AA rechargeable batteries so doesn't run out of power. Flash is good for night-mode medium range photos, however you need to be careful with night mode settings.

Cons: You'll get to know optimum power only if you can tweak settings, although auto-mode is capable of handling your general needs.

5
Value for Money
by Madhu Nair on 2014-01-17

pros

life like color reproduction- Colors are exactly similar and natural to the original scenery

Good Depth of field - Getting very shallow depth of field with higher aperture settings

Less grains- The photos are very clear and without any grains even in 100 % Zoom

Good Low Light performance-Photos taken in Low light is very clear independent of the ISO settings

Sturdy design and Grip- Overall the touch and feel is of a very high class camera, Rubberized grips at front area is very easy to handle

Good manual Adjustments-It has Program, Manual, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Custom modes where you can change Aperture, Shutter speed, Exposure and ISO which will help you to take photos like a pro.

Price- Price is very cheap compared to similar spec cameras of Sony , Nikon, Canon etc...But feels premium compared to other brands

Easy Uploading to social sites: This camera has an option to mark for facebook upload so that you can directly mark to upload if photo is good, it will upload next time when you connect your phone with a internet connected PC.

Cons:

battery compartment feels like a little weak
There is a slight lense distortion in preview image on full wide (24mm) setting
HD video recording is limited to approx. 10 mins per video because of 2Gb per file limitation.
Display resolution is bit Low so you may not like the photos with inbuilt LCD , but once you transfer to PC , those are awesome

Summary:

Fujifilm S4800 is a very good value for money camera with lots of manual settings and very good picture quality. The look and feel of the camera is also good compared to other brand cameras of 15K INR price range. there is a slight lense distortion at full wide angle preview, but it is corrected in the processed Photo by camera software. Video quality is decent but compared to other HD cameras it is a bit Lower side, but Image quality makes up for it. I took photos of same scenery using Sony DSC H50 camera and Fuji S4800,Sony Picture come out a little reddish but Fujifilm Picture all colors are perfect. I got battery back up of around 500 photos with single charge using 4 Nos of 2100mAH Envie AA batteries. you can very well invest in this camera If you are OK with a Lower resolution LCD screen and Fujifilm Brand. Ultimately it is a value for money buy

4
a slow camera
by adithya m on 2014-05-09

Takes very nice images but bit slower. The look and feel of the camera is also good compared to other brand cameras of 15K INR price range. I got battery back up of around 300 photos with single charge using 4 Nos of 2100mAH Envie AA batteries which i got free

5
Good super zoom with plenty of manual DSLR like controls
by Nikita Sharma on 2014-02-23

If you love super zoom, birding , out doors , nature photography its a perfect peiece.

I was planning a dslr but seemd too complex, this has been a very good starting point.
Aperture control, exposure control, and many other manual controls let you get best out it even in varying light conditions.

Wirth the money.!

5
Amazing Camera..TOtally Worth it!!
by Vaibhav on 2014-02-13

I bot this cam a month ago for my trip....I used it thoroughly....The 30x Optical Zoom is amazing.
I mean,you cant get a better cam or a Semi-Slr in such a low price.
The colors of the pics taken out it are amazing..Must buy for starters,who want to learn photography as it contains full manual controls for Shutter Speed and Aperture.
But the USP of the cam is itz amazing Super Optical zoom of 30x!!

5
Best With this proce
by Vishal Hirpara on 2014-02-12

I got this camera in cheap price and good quality image output.

More functionality and features are there.

All required mode are there.

video is too good with compare to price.

Some time images are not good with zoom snap, i checked it but after some time wait and snap its good.

I enjoyed 30x zoom level.

I can't attach external lance but its enough for me.

4 batteries are good and flash is also good.

i tried in so many cameras but this was the last solution for me in this range.

you will look like a professional camera man within this range with this camera.

pouch is also good.

5
Awesome product
by Meghadeep Roy Chowdhury on 2014-02-09

At this price range, an advance point and shoot is a rare case.. Don't think, buy it. I've been using this camera for long before moving on to DSLR which really wasn't very tough after handling this.

5
Great camera within 10000
by Soumyadeep Chakraborty on 2014-02-04

I am really happy with this camera and i think this is the best you can get under Rs.10000...No use of writing long reviews so just trust me guys go for it and experience the best :) :)

5
PRICE EFFECTIVE
by MOHD JUNAID on 2014-01-12

IN SUCH PRICE I GOT THIS PRODUCT WITH GOOD CAMERA FEATURES AND ADVANCE CONTROLS...AND FINALLY 30X ZOOM.....GOOD PRODUCT QUALITY AND PRICE WISE ALSO OK, IF U COMPARE WITH OTHERS..

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Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot - Price History

Fujifilm FinePix S4800 Point and Shoot Specifications

General Features
  • Brand Fujifilm
  • Model Name S4800
  • Type Advanced Point & Shoot
  • Color Black
Camera Features
  • Optical Sensor Resolution 16 MP
  • Sensor Type CCD Sensor
  • Sensor Size 1/2.3 Inches
  • Shutter Speed Range (Auto mode) 1/4 sec. to 1/2000 sec. , (All other modes) 8 sec. to 1/2000 sec. with mechanical shutter
  • Maximum Shutter Speed 1/2000 sec
  • Minimum Shutter Speed 25 sec
  • Optical Zoom 30x
  • Digital Zoom 7.2x
  • Audio Video Interface HDMI mini connector
  • Picture Angle 24 mm Wide Angle
Lens
  • Lens Type Super EBC Fujinon Lens
  • Auto Focus Contrast Detection AF
  • Focal Length 4.3 - 129 mm (35 mm Equivalent to 24 - 720 mm)
  • Aperture Range f/3.1 (W) - f/5.9 (T)
  • Color Filter Primary (RGB) Color Filter
Convenience Features
  • Shooting Modes Auto, Baby, Beach, Custom, Fireworks, Flower, Landscape,, Natural Light, Natural Light With Flash, Night, Night (Tripod), Panorama, Party, Portrait, Program, Smile, Snow, Sport, Sunset, Text, Zoom Bracketing
  • Microphone Monaural Microphone
  • PictBridge Yes
  • Continuous Shots Up to 1.2 fps, 3.3 fps (M, S), 8 fps (S)
  • Self Timer 2 sec, 10 sec
  • Delete Function Yes
  • Metering Average, Multi, Spot, TTL 256 Zones
  • Supported Languages 35 Languages
Image Enhancements
  • ISO Rating Auto (400) / Auto (800) / 64 / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400
  • Image Stabilizer Yes
  • White Balancing Automatic, Custom), Fine, Fluorescent (D: Daylight Color, Incandescent, N: Daylight White, Shade, W: Cool White)
  • Red Eye Reduction Yes
  • Face Detection Yes
  • Macro Mode 5 - 300 cm (W), 180 - 300 cm (T)
Display
  • ViewFinder Electronic View Finder
  • Display Type TFT LCD
  • Screen Size 3 Inches
  • Image Display Resolution 230000 dots
  • Video Display Resolution 1280 x 720 pixels (HD) @ 30 fps
  • Supported Aspect Ratio 3:2, 4:3, 16:9
Connectivity
  • HDMI Yes; HDMI Mini Connector
  • USB USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
Images & Video
  • Image Format JPEG (EXIF 2.3, DCF, DPOF)
  • Video Format AVI Motion JPEG
Media & Software
  • Memory Card Type SD, SDHC, SDXC
  • External Memory Yes
  • Upgradeable Memory Yes
Flash
  • Built in Flash Yes
  • Flash Modes Auto, Forced, Slow Sync, Suppressed Flash
  • Flash Range Wide : 0.4 - 7.0m, Telephoto : 2.5 - 3.6m
Power Source
  • AC Adapter AA batteries
  • Battery Type AA Battery
Dimensions
  • Dimensions 122.0 (W) x 93.0 (H) x 100.0 (D) mm
  • Weight 426 gms
Other Features
  • In The Box Camera, 4xAA type alkaline batteries, Shoulder strap, USB cable, Lens cap and Lens cap cord, CD-ROM, Owner manual
  • Additional Features 2/3 EV, 3D Still Image MPO Compliant, AF Assist Illuminator, AF Frame Selection, Aperture Priority AE, Area, Auto Bracketing (1/3 EV, Blink Detection, Center, Crop, Date Stamp, Easy-t, Effective Range (ISO AUTO), Erase Selected Frames), Exposure Compensation: -2.0 EV - +2.0 EV in increment of 1/3 EV, Exposure Mode (Programmed AE, Exposure Warning, Favorites, Flash Auto Flash (i-flash), Focus Distance (Normal 15 cm (W) - 3.0 m (T), Focus Mode (Single AF / Continuous AF (SR AUTO, Frame Memory, Framing Guideline, Histogram Display, Histogram Display, Image Rotate, Image Search, Individual Shutter 3D), Instant Zoom, Lens Construction: 15 Elements in 11 Groups, Manual Exposure), Mark for Upload, Motion Panorama, Movie)), Multi, Operating Humidity: 10% - 80%, Operating Temperature: 0 C - 40 C, Panorama, Photobook Assist, Photography Functions (SR AUTO, Playback Functions (Multi-frame, Protect, Resize, Shutter Priority AE, Slide Show, Super Macro 2 cm - 1.0 m (W)), Tracking, Voice Memo

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