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Fujifilm's FinePix HS20EXR/HS22EXR is a bridge camera that stops short of being a full DSLR while using an SLR-style body.

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large 30x zoom, equivalent to a 24-720mm - makes it easy to get in as close as necessary when taking photos

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Full HD support - 1080p video recording at 30 frames per second

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capable of storing captured images in RAW format - uncompressed for the best image quality, capable of being post-processed in ways JPEGs cannot be

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pro-like effects - lots of built-in image processing features including DSLR emulation and film simulation filters

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HDMI output - great for high-def photo slide shows and watching recorded 1080p video

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uses AA batteries - affordable, rechargeable, easy to find on the go

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ergonomic design - comes with a slant mode dial and direct shoot mode buttons on the LCD's left

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records to easy to find, affordable and capacious SD/SDHC/SDXC flash storage

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electronic viewfinder with proximity sensor - saves battery, good for use in bright environments

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includes several refinements over its predecessor - better image stabilization, anti-blur and auto-focus

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Uses 4 rechargeable battery

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DSLR-like Bridge camera - great for the aspiring amateur wanting to get their feet wet, manually focus and zoom rings, DSLR-like size and ergonomics

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3" tilting LCD display with better-than-average 460K dot resolution

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16MP BSI sensor, the latest technology for improved low-light performance

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dual image stabilization - required for such a long lens, small sensor

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uses 4x AA batteries - lacks a dedicated rechargeable battery

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dont fit in any normal cases

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just about the same price as an entry-level DSLR with larger sensor, interchangeable lens

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uses heavy, less efficient AA batteries

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body size - larger than competing high-end point and shoots

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electronic viewfinder is very low resolution (200k-dot)

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 Fujifilm's FinePix HS20EXR/HS22EXR is a bridge camera that stops short of being a full DSLR while using an SLR-style body. it is a high-end point-and-shoot with full manual controls and priority modes, and includes a telephoto lens that ranges from 24 - 720mm, for about 30x magnification. It uses Fujifilm's new CMOS EXR sensor, which improves contrast range and color fidelity, and is also very sensitive to different scene conditions. The flash detects scene settings and attempts to reduce washout, and there are a variety of shooting convenience features like multiple frames per second, auto release on face recognition, and a continuous mode that allows selection of the best shot to be saved. This camera uses CMOS shift image stabilization, and has a high sensitivity to reduce blurring at long zooms or in low light. Images can be viewed, organized, and searched on the camera with an integrated library assistant.


  • 30x optical zoom
  • 24mm wide-angle Fujinon lens
  • 27 scene presets
  • Auto-detect scene and flash
  • High-speed autofocus (less than .2 seconds)
  • 3.0-inch LCD display
  • Up to 12800 ISO
  • CMOS shift image stabilization
  • 16-megapixel resolution
  • CMOS EXR sensor and processor
  • HD video
  • Program, Shutter, Aperture and Manual exposure modes
  • Face, pet, red-eye, detection
  • Intelligent flash
  • 1 cm focal length macro capacity
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