Excerpt: We've got another Fujifilm superzoom in our pens, and this time it's the spankin' new FinePix S2000HD. The S2000HD is a sturdy little superzoom that measures 111 x 78.9 x 75.7 mm. It weighs 426-grams, and since its body is not too huge, the weight feels more than it is. Its body's made of tough, but slightly cheap feeling textured plastic.
Conclusion: Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD Megazoom digital camera Fujifilm is still a popular brand as far as camera manufacturer are concerned. However, Fujifilm continues to limit its focus to the compact camera market in the last few years. This is likely in part due to the lack of appropriate housings for digital SLR cameras, as well as to being perhaps restricted by a capricious market and developments out of reach of their own strategy.
Conclusion: The market for digital cameras with extra long zoom lenses is crowded and it takes something special for a camera to really stand out. In my view the Fuji Finepix S2000HD does not match up to the best cameras in this section. It is true that it is not the most expensive super zoom camera, but I feel by paying that bit more you will get better value for money.
Summary: Although the Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD has the usual compliment of creative controls and 'DSLR lite' looks, suggesting that it's suitable for the budding pro seems a little wide of the mark. So, is the S2000HD alternatively a good option for the relative photographic novice who nevertheless requires a large zoom reach? The answer is pretty much yes.
Summary: An affordable, feature-rich, long-zoom digicam with HD movie recording and playback capabilities.Fujifilm's new FinePix S2000HD packs a lot into an affordable camera body. Equipped with a 10-megapixel CCD sensor and 15x optical zoom lens, it also provides full compatibility with high definition television (HDTV) for both still photographs and movies. There are plenty of shooting modes to choose from, including P, S and M settings - but no aperture priority option. . .