Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR
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Excellent Bridge Camera
11 December 2011
Summary: I have been considering a new camera for the past four months. I have trawled through hundreds of forum's, reviews and sample images; even tested them out in the shop. Regardless of some of the mixed reviews I decided to go for the HS20EXR. Please remember 3 things: 1.
Summary: Had this camera a few days now and just getting to grips with some of the operational peculiarities. Reading the manual is a must but I have to say as an ex technical writer it leaves a lot to be desired!
Superb for Studio Work and Nature - Not for Sports
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11 December 2011
Summary: I have been using digital cameras since they came out; I use my cameras mainly for studio work and photographing my family. I use Nikon D7000 and Nikon D60 every day, they both are advanced DSLRs and good enough for magazine work.
Summary: I stole the title of this review from another reviewer, but I think it sums up this camera. Unlike most (all?) of the other bridge cameras this one has a manual zoom ring, which is just what an SLR-owner will feel most comfortable with, I think others will find it more precise and easier to use than...
Summary: I have had this camera for about half a year now and not once has it let me down. it is great for all types of photographer, i specialise in birds and every picture is up the with the standerds of a 10,000 pound SLR.
Summary: The HS20EXR is a very nice camera. It works really straight forward. As a point-and-shoot camera it delivers very nice pictures. As a digital SLR camera there are some compromises. The sensor of the HS20EXR is small, relative to its pixels.
Summary: I bought this remarkable camera after much research which conclusively proved that, in its class, it was top dog. There are now many on-line technical reviews from the PC and camera magazines (for example see [...]), and they all say much the same thing.
Summary: Fantastic Camera. It is as simple to use, or if you prefer as complicated as you want it to be with full manual control. The exr mode is second to none even taking night shots on auto without streaming lights or blurring.
Summary: The HS20 is my third Fuji bridge camera; all perform excellently and offer good value for money doing what they claim in the specifications. The HS20 was tempting as I have an excellent Alpha DSLR that is used when I don't mind carrying a kit of parts!
Summary: I wrote a long spiel - it never got published, so I'm not going to reapeat it. I've had three Fuji cameras - all top of range and all reliable. If you want to lug a bag full of heavy bodies and lenses around - go ahead.