does this have automatic action shots for quick movements
Fuji FinePix S2980 HD 14MP Black Digital Camera
The Fuji S2980 is perfect for those looking to step up from a basic compact to a camera with more features. Capture high resolution HD footage in 16:9 format 1280x720 pixels, range of automatic and manual modes, DSLR like design, self timer and much more
ITEM#: 14908168The Fuji S2980 is perfect for those looking to step up from a basic compact to a camera with more features. Capture high resolution HD footage in 16:9 format 1280x720 pixels, range of automatic and manual modes, DSLR like design, self timer and much more.
- Display: 3-inch, 230,000 dots, TFT color LCD monitor with 97 coverage. Electronic viewfinder 0.2-inch, 200,000 dots, color LCD viewfinder .
- Resolution: 14 megapixels 1/2.3-inch CCD with primary colour filter
- Zoom: Fujinon 18x optical zoom. 6.7x digital zoom. 120.6x combined zoom. 28mm wide angle zoom. Dual image stabilization.
- Shutter speed: 1/2000 seconds
- Memory: SD, SDHC
- Picture format: JPEG
- Video format: AVI
- Interface: Video output, USB 2.0 high speed, HDMI mini connector
- Power: 4x AA batteries (approximately 300 to 700 frames)
- Color: Black
- Model: FujiS2980BLACK
- Included items: 4x AA type alkaline batteries, shoulder strap, USB-A / V cable, lens cap and lens cap cord, CD ROM, owner's manual
- Dimensions: 3.2 inches high x 4.6 inches wide x 3.9 inches deep
- Weight: 15.7 ounces
|Megapixel||13 Megapixels and Up|
|Optical Zoom||4x - 5.9x Over 13x|
|Focusing Type||25 Point Auto 3 Point Auto 9 Point Auto Active Auto Active Infra-Red Auto Manual Manual/Automatic Passive Auto TTL Contrast Detection|
|ISO Sensitivity||100 - More than 3200 Auto ISO|
|LCD Screen Size||3 in. or more|
|Max. Zoom||More than 15x|
|Product Features||Face Detection Image Stabilization Panorama Mode|
|Shutter Speed||1/4 sec|
|View Finder Type||LCD Screen|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Manufacturer|
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He camera was great but the *** warrenty on the camera is RIP OFF as 7-2-13 Ihave not received any mail about the warrenty. called customer service to complain -no reply this is probely be my one and only buy from you folksI want my *** returned!!!!Read More
Only thing I would like if the the cap for the lens would screw on, because it comes off to easy,,, that is my only complaint/Read More
I received this camera as a Christmas present last year. I love this camera. It has a wide lens on it and you don't have to get everyone bunched up to get a group picture. I had a more expensive camera but no longer use it because I love this camera.Read More
very nice pictures .Read More
I bought a Fuji about 8 years ago and wanted to purchase another one. This camera is great and even better then my previous one. The view screen is bigger, the picture is clearer. I am glad I stuck with FujiRead More
Takes great pictures, easy to operate. I love my camera, takes great close up and panorama pics.Read More
Only used it a few times, I am happy with the camera.Read More
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Unfortunately this item is out of stock. We currently do not have inventory to check, and cannot guarantee the item will be restocked.
yes, the camera has a Quick Response Auto Focus .... effects of both hand-shake and subject movement to provide superb pictures.
does it have a rechargable battery or run on disposables
This item does not include rechargeable batteries; however, it does include four alkaline batteries.
overstock has a bundle that includes extra batteries and a memory card .. http://www.overstock.com/Electronics/Fuji-Film-FinePix-S2980-14MP-Digital-Camera-Bundle/7862068/product.html
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