Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR
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stunning detail, many features! best all in one so far!
26 March 2011
Summary: recieved mine this morning! pictures are stunning so far, improvement in speed, lots of stuff to learn carefully, my 10mp s1500 took great pictures, but this 16mp hs20 is amazing, takes practice, only have used exr auto so far, auto focus is faster...put hood on right away for protection, buying uv filter for added protection on monday...30x zoom is really good , just practice on how to hold camera....cant wait to go to zoo for photographs.....
I just ordered a HS20 and it shipped from B&H Photo-Update
Bruno J. Gallianp "Bruno Galliano", Amazon
25 March 2011
Summary: I am the present owner of a Fuji HS10. I can now say after owning 3 DSLR's and 1 SLT, the HS10 is really the answer for those walking tours where one is limited on what he carries. The photo quality is very underrated by many reviews, to what I have experienced with this camera. In most reviews I see a bias toward only a DSLR. The Fuji HS series so far fills the gap and has become a necessary camera for many areas.
Summary: According to B&H Photo's website they have it in stock; though I haven't tried ordering it yet from them. Also, a few days after the earthquake I received an e-mail from Fuji film claiming a last week in March release date.
Summary: I just got an email from Amazon that this camera won't be available until May 31. Maybe the earthquake and tsunami and shortage of electricity in Japan (could it get any worse?...) has created critical shortages of parts and electronic components? I'm 'prerating' it with 4 stars just so I can post this notice. But just about anything would be better than the zero-star POS Canon PowerShot S3 IS I've been using.
Summary: I had spent my first day with the HS20EXR and was generally very pleased with the functionality and performance. Make no mistake, this is not a DSLR, but that is not necessarily a bad thing. This camera packs some capabilities and features that I would dream to have in one of my DSLRs. Although it's not a large camera, for those who've used the HS10, you'll already know that the build feels solid and the handling is somewhat like a smaller DSLR.
Summary: it's; * a all-in-one..go-shoot cam, except for absence of GPS(to record locations). * a good buy for the price! * though AA sized batteries - useful for photographers exploring places where there is no power supply/charging facility..just pick few AA sized batteries to suffice.. I hit around 250-300 quality shots with 4*AA.
Fujifilm Finepix HS20EXR: First Class Fuji Superzoom Bridge Camera!
28 January 2013
Summary: I first published this review on my website www.point-n-shoot.co.uk in May. You can see it in it's original form with Product Images and several of mySample Images. It was superseded by the similar HS30 EXR last year (Lithium Battery and 2X digital zoom were the only major upgrades), and the HS30 will be superseded by the HS50 EXR will be available in February 2013 with a massive 42X optical zoom and a new 16MP EXRII sensor with Phase Detection Autofocus that Fuji claim...
Summary: Been using this camera for a while now and always surprised at the results it produces. Fuji, makers of film know their stuff regarding colour and the optics are very good for the price. It's NOT an SLR but a very good 'bridge' between a compact and an SLR. The optical zoom is more than adequate for most shots and I have found the battery life very good, except in very cold weather.
Summary: My first large camera I found it easy to use striaght out of the box, as I found my way round the camera settings it was even better . This is a good digital camera that gives you the confidence to go up to use a DSLR . Also this is excellent value for money . There was only one downfall, that was the first camera kept freezing and had to go back.