Fujifilm FinePix F20 6 to 7 Megapixel

Fujifilm FinePix F20 6 to 7 Megapixel 


Fujifilm FinePix F20 is an affordable digital camera for photo-lovers who won’t compromise on quality. The Fujifilm F20 camera’s ISO 100 - 2000 sensitivity delivers detailed, natural looking photographs with no need for flash even in very low light. With one-touch Anti-Blur mode (Picture Stabilization), 14 scene positions, including beach, snow and fireworks, and 300 shot battery life, the Fujifilm FinePix F20 will be a constant companion; producing photographs of stunning quality no matter where you take it.


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[Aug 24, 2010]


High ISO performance
Great intelligent flash system
Powerful flash
Build quality
Image Quality
Reasonable megapixel count (6.3)
Fast start-up,
Virtually no shutter lag
Fairly fast lens at widest setting for its class


No external battery charger (charge in-camera only)
Uses XD Cards
Decidedly unsexy looking
No image stabilization - relies on fast shutter speed/high ISO
Some cite purple fringing - but I haven't noticed this.

In short, this camera is a gem. It's overall a standard issue point and shooter on the surface but Fuji's proprietary "Super CCD" enables unparalleled/usable shooting in low light up to ISO 2000. Although this camera is old (2006-07) by digicam standards, no new digital camera tops this one (or its siblings - F10, F11, F30, F31) to this day for high ISO capabilities in a compact digital point and shoot Nice colors, sharp images, solid build quality and it was value-priced when it was new. This is reflected in the used price. The aforementioned line

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Never used, not rated.

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