Fujifilm unveils Finepix HS20EXR superzoom camera

Fujifilm today unveiled the FinePix HS20EXR SLR-styled long-zoom camera, the successor of the company’s HS10. It packs a 16 megapixel EXR-CMOS sensor and a tilting 3.0-inch 460,000-pixel LCD with a electronic viewfinder featuring a “heads up” sensor that automatically changes from LCD to EVF.

The HS20EXR is equipped with FUJINON 30x manual (24mm-720mm equivalent) optical zoom lens, EXR processor engine and si capable of full 1080p HD video recording. It also offers continuous shooting at 8 fps at full resolution for 8 frames, 11. fps at an eight MegaPixel resolution, high speed movies at 320 fps, and has the ability to shoot in RAW, JPEG or RAW & JPEG modes, and in full manual mode.

Fujifilm Finepix HS20EXR


Features also includes a Dual Image Stabilization, Motion Panorama 360 degree Shooting mode, Face Recognition, PhotoBook Assist, Purple Fringing Reducer/Corner Resolution Enhancer and contrast Auto Focus system which takes approximately 0.16 seconds (minimum) to focus. The FinePix HS20EXR will all be available in late March 2011 priced at $499.95.

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