Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR
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Excellent for experieced photographers
B. Rouse, Amazon
18 June 2012
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. Read an old photographic book and learn about ISO, aperture and shutter speed, exposure adjustment and then apply them to creating your photographs and you will get better results with ANY camera.
Summary: Cette appareil photos est un peu plus commpliquer que les autre «pointe et click» que j'avais avant mais ça vaut la peine de prendre a manipulé parce que les photo que vous voyez après sur votre ordinateur ou même imprimer sont spectaculaire. J'aime la zoom de 30 fois. Incroyable qu'est ce que tu peut aller chercher. je le recommend pour ceux qu'ils aime prendre les photos.
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 the market.
Summary: I bought this camera back in December and I absolutely love it. The versatility is my favorite feature of this camera, I can be shooting in super macro mode (as close as 1cm from subject) and the next second shooting a bird in a tree at full zoom in a matter of seconds with no lens changing. The manual controls give you a wide range of controls to achieve different affects your after in portrait photography.
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. The camera is more for the photographer who wants/needs more control over what his camera does.
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 every mode, hand held and tripod, wide angle and zoom, noting all the options, the results were downloaded, and the HS20EXR began to show it's true colours.
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. I've done it professionally and now retired my aching back loves the one camera does it all function of the Fuji bridge camera.
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. the only problem i have had is with the use of the Panorana, The Rest of the setting are great,i have tried every one.in manaul setting the camera is like using my film SLR cameras.
Summary: we bought this camera especially to take pictures while on safari. Always just had one of them pocket cameras. But this HS20 is great, even for beginners. The little handbook is easy to understand & small enough to take along & learn as you go along. Well pleased with this camera.
Summary: Now this is a difficult one... been contemplating chaniging my camera for a while, nikon d70. Now that was a fantastic camera of its time, 6mp and raw files.. however things move on and so do we, and finances. What i wanted was almost a compromise of the pretention of a "pro" unit and the flexibility of a compact. Hey presto a bridge camera, which is what this camera is.