FUJIFILM North America Corporation has announced the availability of its new advanced and high-performance SLR-styled megazoom camera, named as Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR (the successor to the FinePix HS10), which combines 16MP EXR-CMOS sensor, extreme Fujinon 30x zoom lens, 3-Bracketing functions, 1cm Super Macro mode and more advanced features, technologies into a single camera, seems perfect for enthusiast photographers.
Key features of Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR:
- New EXR processor combined with 16 megapixel BSI EXR-CMOS image sensor
- Powerful FUJINON lens with 30x manual optical zoom
- Tiltable 3.0-inch LCD screen complemented with electronic viewfinder that features “heads up” sensor
- Dual Image Stabilization (CMOS shift + high ISO sensitivities)
- High-speed continuous full resolution shooting at 8 fps
- EXR Auto mode to select appropriate setting from 27 scenes
- Full HD 1080p movie capture and high-speed video recording at up to an incredible 320fps
- RAW / RAW+JPEG shooting capability
- Multi-Bracketing – Film Simulation Bracketing, Dynamic Range Bracketing and AE Bracketing
- Face Recognition supports up to 8 faces
- Super Intelligent Flash to efficiently manage the level of flash
“Consumers are looking for solutions to photographic problems. The FinePix HS20EXR delivers, by utilizing new EXR-CMOS technology and superior FUJINON optics to provide an advanced photographic solution that won’t break the bank,” commented David Troy, director of marketing, Digital Cameras, Electronic Imaging Division, Fujifilm North America Corporation. “Plus, with the HS20EXR, you’ll never have to buy or change another lens.”
Fujifilm FinePix HS20EXR long-zoom digital camera which measures 130.6 x 90.7 x 126 mm and weighs just 636 grams is slated to hit the market by late March 2011 for around $500.