- Also check our best rated Camera reviews
Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR Digital Camera - (16MP, 30x Optical Zoom) 3-inch LCD
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- All-new 16 megapixel EXR-CMOS sensor with Fujinon 30x optical zoom (24-720mm) and 3 inch LCD Screen
- Triple anti-blur technologies and 1600% wide dynamic range
- New EXR Auto mode featuring 27 scenes with Object Recognition
- Full resolution high speed shooting at 7.6fps, high speed video capture at up to 320 fps
- Raw file format and 360° Motion Panorama mode
There is a newer model of this item:
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Compare with similar items
Sony DSCH300 Digital Compact Bridge Camera - Black
Nikon Coolpix L340 Camera - Black (20 MP, 28x Optical Zoom) 3-Inch LCD
Panasonic DMC-FZ72 Camera Black 16.1MP 60xZoom 3.0LCD FHD 20mm Lumix DC Vario
Sony DSCH400B.CEH Digital Compact Bridge Camera - Black
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX01EB-S DC FZ82EG Bridge Camera 18 Megapixels, 20 mm wide angle, 60x Optical Zoom, 4 K30P Video to Name Black Hybrid Contrast AF
|Shipping||—||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||£7.95|
|Sold By||Available from these sellers||SmartSalesUK||MACnificent||1A-PHOTO-PORST||DIGITAL DIST LTD||Photospecialist|
|Display Size||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches||3 inches|
|Effective Still Resolution||16 megapixels||20.1||20.2 megapixels||16.1||20.1||18|
|Has Image Stabilization||Yes||Yes||Yes||—||Yes||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||13.06 x 12.6 x 9.07 cm||6 x 73.5 x 44.6 cm||11.1 x 8.33 x 7.62 cm||13.02 x 11.82 x 9.7 cm||6.1 x 71.7 x 42.9 cm||11.9 x 13 x 9.4 cm|
|Item Weight||0.64 kg||495 grams||426 grams||0.56 kg||0.63 kg||0.62 kg|
|Max Focal Length||720 mm||954 mm||630 mm||1,200 mm||1,550 mm||1,200 mm|
|Min Focal Length||24 mm||157.5 mm||22 mm||20 mm||24 mm||20 mm|
|Optical Sensor Resolution||16 megapixels||20.1||20.48||16.8||20.1||18 megapixels|
|Removable Memory||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card||Memory Stick||Secure Digital card; Secure Digital card|
|Special Feature||Serial Shot Mode; Shutter Priority; Aperture Priority||-||—||Serial Shot Mode^Shutter Priority^Aperture Priority||Serial Shot Mode||—|
Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Record-breaking, innovative, versatile; the new Fujifilm FinePix HS20 is all this and so much more. Replacing the multiple award-winning FinePix HS10, this latest addition to the range of Fujifilm bridge cameras represents the perfect picture taking solution for photographers who want the specification and picture quality of an SLR without the heavy camera bag and huge dent in their bank balance. With a class-leading feature set that includes a brand new EXR CMOS sensor, high speed continuous shooting capab...
Gebrauchtware Bei diesem Artikel findet die Differenzbesteuerung Anwendung (§ 25 a Abs. 2 UStG), so dass die anfallende MwSt nicht getrennt ausgewiesen werden kann.See all Product description
Customers also shopped for
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
I don't want to be a pro photographer. I can't be bothered learning all the manual settings on cameras...but I do want the best pictures possible without the work :-)
I've owned many smaller point and shoot cameras and have had reasonable pictures. My brother in law has an SLR with a bag full of lenses which creates amazing pictures. This camera however is as good in my opinion.
The zoom is incredible! I use it in the EXR and AUTO setting 'all the time' and the camera does all the figuring out of the lighting etc and the results constantly amaze myself and my family. I don't need a bag of lenses as the one attached is outstanding thus saving on money, weight and space.
Please watch this video review to see for yourself how incredible this camera is:
I've uploaded some pics from a recent Canada holiday in the customer pics section at the top of the page, which I have made into a photobook using vistaprint and its just outstanding!
I have a Sony HD camcorder so I don't bother with the video side of the HS20. The quality (HS20) is great but it can be slow to focus if you're zooming in and out. I bought the HS20 purely for great pictures.
If you want SLR results and quality without the expense and learning curve and want a very well built camera with masses of features then this is for you.
The recent snow has given me an ooprotunity to test the auto features in what can be more trying circumstances than normal. Superb result and correct exposure - even with some shots taken trough double glazed windows (too cold at minus 4C to go outside at one point).
In mid-January I took a mixture of shots, including panoramas, at a stage show rehearsal. The lighting was not at show level output but the resultant shots, without flash, were still acceptable and received very favourable comment when placed on my website for the show. I also shot a short sequence of HD video using this camera and am pleased with picture and sound quality. One suggestion I would make for action shot video is do not use the video spot metering setting, which causes 'hunting'. Otherwise more than useable as a HD video camera.
The robustness of the camera is fine so far, though who knows what wear and tear over years might do
22 December 2011 - I am updating the review below as I have been able to use all the facilities available on this camera.
First thing I should say is that there are lots of functions to the camera that many may never use - but they are there if you need them. Secondly, it does take a little time and perseverance to become faimliar with the functions and then you can decide which of those you would like to use for the type of photography you wish to indulge in normally.
I have taken a wide range of photos, including using all the panoramic options, and am impressed by the quality of images overall. A little practice should improve anyones use of the camera. I took a series of night sky photos which included the Moon and also Jupiter (images taken include the four major moons) and, although it did take some trial and error shots, am more than pleased with the final shots. I had to experiment with aperture settings to get the right shots, but that is no different to using even a top of the range digital SLR.
I have tried to find negative comment to make and have found one: my old Canon flashgun will not work with this camera. Okay, I am not too bothered about that as it is getting to be rather old and is due to be replaced when finances are avaialble to justify purchasing a new unit, but then I don't do a lot of flash gun photography these days, just mainly natural light (whatever it may be).
I would recommend this camera to anyone who wishes to have a wide range short/long lens and with totally automatic or manual control. I do not suggest this is the best camera in the world, though I would say it probably ranks as one of the best value for money cameras
I have now had this camera for 16 days and can keep the review short by simply saying it is superb.
That may seem a little too short for someone who may be expecting an in depth appraisal, though I feel enough has been posted already, both positive and negative comments, so don't wish to repeat those. I have owned a number of bridge cameras over the years, mostly Fuji, plus I still own a Canon 300D digital SLR with a couple of lenses and ancillary equipment. I am pleased to say that the HS20EXR meets all my requirements for still photography and still some facilities to spare. I have not found it difficult to understand all the facilities available, although I haven't used them all to the full yet. I am sure the opportunities to do so will be presented to me over time.
So far I am very pleased with picture quality in the varied conditions I have used the camera and admit that it does take a little time to get used to the options available. If the complexity of the options is something that is off-putting for some then the simple expediency of leaving in EXR mode should be more than adequate for most situations.
I note some posters have had quality problems with the cameras they received and can only put this down to the 'Friday afternoon production syndrome' and just bad luck. I have had more than my share of those type products over the years so sympathise, however this is a camera well worth persevering with and getting a replacement.
The lack of a paper manual is something I have got used to, particularly with IT products. I don't like it but accept the ecological reasons for not producing a paper consuming item - the on CD manual is 120 pages. At least the manual is on the CD in the package, unlike my recently upgraded mobile phone, for which I had to find it online (and not easily).
I have already given a comment on one query concerning this camera so, for the purposes of clarity for anyone uncertain of what this camera is, I repeat that this is not a digital SLR, it is a digital bridge camera (no direct optical viewing through the lens, just an electronic eyeiece or LCD screen) but don't let that fool you into believing this is inferior in any way. It is in some ways much superior to a mid-range digital SLR and even some high range ones.
I have no hesitation in recommending this camera - only time and usage will tell how robust the camera is.
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. (Trust me - I was a professional international news photojournalist)
I've taken butterflies in close up, landscapes, action shots and I've had some stunners.
I publish on Google earth and Picasa for fun - and gets lots of hits and star ratings.
I recommend Lithium AA batteries, they may cost a bit more - but they run a camera dramatically longer.
Enjoy your camera, I do.
Would you like to see more reviews about this item?
Most recent customer reviews