Classified Adverts Thread, Fujifilm s9500 9MP Bridge Camera in Purchasing and Trading; Having a clear out, so for sale is this lovely example of the great FujiFilm s9500 Bridge Camera.
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29th January 2012, 04:25 PM #1
Fujifilm s9500 9MP Bridge Camera
Having a clear out, so for sale is this lovely example of the great FujiFilm s9500 Bridge Camera.
It's a 9.0MP camera, with a huge 28-300mm (35mm equivalent) optical zoom range, with macro capability (focus from 10mm at wide setting).
The bridge camera design incorporates many of the features of a digital SLR, but has an electronic viewfinder and non-interchangeable lens.
It has a wide variety of advanced settings, as well as a good automatic mode and records VGA video.
Full autofocus, with ring for manual mode. Manual zoom, just like an SLR.
Excellent condition, has only had light use. I bought it for my Dad, who decided to take photography course shortly after and upgraded to a D-SLR, so that is the only reason for sale.
It is not boxed but will come well packed for transport. Will be supplied complete with Fujifilm neck strap, original Finepix lens cover and hood, Mini USB cable and a 1GB CompactFlash memory card.
There is no software CD or video out cable with this camera and you will need 4 AA alkaline batteries.
I'm offering this to EduGeekers for the bargain price of £100, plus £10 for Special Delivery (Next Day) postage.
Any questions are welcome - either reply here or PM me.
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30th January 2012, 09:46 AM #2
Bumping for the Monday morning rush to see
4th February 2012, 06:17 PM #3
Now reduced to £100 including postage, or make me an offer!
1st March 2012, 09:27 PM #4
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Originally Posted by crc-ict
Is this still for sale.
1st March 2012, 09:34 PM #5
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Not too sure how this works.
But is camera still for sale.
if so 01424214196
1st March 2012, 10:04 PM #6
No, I'm sorry it has now been sold.
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