Excerpt: At first glance, the Fujifilm FinePix F20 is an unassuming-looking camera with unremarkable specifications. Behind the 3x zoom lens there's a 6.3-megapixel sensor, while the 2.5in screen is clear, though nothing special. The use of xD memory cards is unfortunate as they're slower and more expensive than SD cards, and it'll be even more annoying if you already own one or more high-capacity SD cards.
Summary: First up, a confession. I was a little disappointed in the
Fujifilm Finepix F20’s big brother, the F30; most of it largely
due to the hype preceding it meaning results fell short of
(great) expectations. Not expecting so much from the lesser-specified
F20, I was presently surprised. In not placing so many demands
on performance, chiefly not unduly overstretching itself (and
its SR chip) as regards ISO, Fujifilm has delivered a minor