Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR
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Ease of use 6
Picture quality 8
Overall quality 8
Fujifilm vs. Nikon and Canon
1 July 2012
Excerpt: Going into University for graphic design, I knew that I would need a decent digital camera. I checked out a few deals and this one seemed promising to me. The size was good - the camera is not too bulky and difficult to carry on my commute to school.
Pros: Good size, great zoom and macro feature, 360 degree panorama, 16 megapixels
Cons: Slow process time while shooting raw + jpeg, takes a long time to master all the settings/features
Summary: A great bridge camera if you don't want to spend out on a dslr. Packed with features including a digital spirit level. There is just two things to bear in mind, 1. it uses AA batteries and not a rechargeable pack 2. the video recordings often pulse (bad focus).
Summary: The modern camera is packed with features and this Fujifilm is no exception. The problem I think with many reviewers is that they have not learned about photography in the old film days and expect to pick up a camera and get pro results.
This awesome product replaced a full set of Canon DSLRs and five lenses
21 May 2012
Summary: I was tired of carrying my heavy DSLR cameras and several lenses over many years and went looking for a more lite weight "all in one" camera that would do most of what I wanted. The Fujifilm Finepix HS20 EXR was the closest I could find as far as weight, functions, and long zoom lens available on...
Summary: I am the first to admit that I am a complete novice in photography. I was looking for a way in - to learn the manual functions and grow as an amateur photographer. After reading many, many official reviews/personal reviews/blogs and viewing pictures taken with the HS20 (also with budget in mind) I...
Great value for a highly sreced camera that does it all.
4 March 2012
Summary: I have been using the HS20 as my main camera for now over 6 months. It is great alternative if you do not want to lug around a full-on DSLR with all its related (required) equipment. The HS20 is not really for a "point and shoot" type of photographer, although it does that well.
Summary: I have had the HS20EXR for a couple of months now, an upgrade from the Fuji S9600, a camera I loved but as it did not have image stabilisation, I went for this one. At first, I thought I had made a big mistake, but after an afternoon pressing every button (and there are a few) taking pictures in...
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.
Summary: I read loads of the professional reviews. I read all reviews by previous buyers. I then took the plunge. And guess what? This is a cracking camera that does more than your average photographer will ever need.
Summary: This is the third Fuji camera i have purchased,the last main camera for the last 5 years is the S9000 i cannot part with that camera.I class the HS20EXR in the same league as the S9000,the HS20 is easy to use has great features and style.