Fujifilm Finepix F20 Review

October 20, 2006 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 7 Comments | |

Fujifilm Finepix F20The Fujifilm F20 is a cheaper version of the popular 6 megapixel, 3x zoom F30 compact digital camera. Offering a reduced maximum ISO speed of 2000, no manual exposure controls and a shorter battery life of 300 shots, is the Fujifilm F20 still worth considering? Read our latest review to find out.

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#1 Tommy Discool

You were extremely helpful. I was about to buy the Canon A540 but I chose the Fuji F20SE after reading various reviews and comparing specs. Thank you.

3:10 am - Wednesday, November 8, 2006

#2 Lorraine Golbourn

An extremely helpful review which makes an appropriately detailed comparison between the F20 and F30. Actually, it's one of the best camera reviews I've read in general.
I am usually left blinded with too many highly technical details and left with un-answered bottom line questions. This guy told me everything I wanted to know :o)

1:10 pm - Thursday, November 9, 2006

#3 Greg Lorriman

Exposure compensation? That would be a make or break feature for me to recommend this camera, but I can't find any mention in the review.

By the way, if one forgets to put in the captcha word the comment is wiped and you have to start again. Horrid!

12:04 pm - Tuesday, April 17, 2007

#4 Mark Goldstein

Greg, the F20 does have exposure compensation.

I'll look into that Comments bug...

12:13 pm - Tuesday, April 17, 2007

#5 noch

excellent review.
i was always a fan of the f10, so i picked up one of these refurbished for 115$. i am very happy with it.

8:20 am - Friday, July 13, 2007

#6 Fred

Found this camera in clearance yesterday for $99 in a Canadian drugstore, I bought it!

Then I looked for review on the net and I am pleased with it, it seems I had a good deal.

And congrats, your review is very well done.

8:46 pm - Friday, December 21, 2007

#7 Matt

Should have bought the protection plan from Best Buy. Getting ready to buy my 3rd battery from Fuji. Works great, but will not charge the battery. Customer service was poor, even mailed them a copy of the receipt explaining the issue. I paid them $40 dollars for a new battery and now I'm back ti square one.

11:42 pm - Sunday, July 6, 2008