Fujifilm FinePix J20
Released February, 2009
The Pros:Image stabilization is very solid, handles handshake very well. Creates sharp images in low light conditions. "brushed metal" style finish looks high-end and attractive.
The Fujifilm FinePix J20 is a super stylish and compact digital camera released in February of 2009. The FinePix J20 maintains a slim 17.4mm frame with a large 2.7” LCD and a 3x optical zoom Fujinon lens with a 10.0 megapixels resolution.
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The FinePix J20 also boasts an ‘evolved’ 6-scene Scene Recognition Auto feature and Face Detection feature that work together to detect and optimize faces and scenes. Plus, the J20 features an ISO1600 sensitivity for blur-free photos, a Picture Stabilization / Anti-blur mode that automatically corrects for camera shakes, and a Red-Eye Removal function that automatically corrects red-eyes during playbacks of close-up faces. Lastly, the J20 offers 640x480 movie recording at 30 fps with monaural sound. Available in either silver or black, the Fujifilm FinePix J20 retails for $129.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- 17.4mm Frame
- 2.7” LCD
- 3x Optical Zoom w/10.0 Mpx
- 640x480 Movie Recording (30 fps)
- 20MB Internal Memory
- SHDC Card Slot
- SR Auto & Face Detection
- ISO 1600 Sensitivity
- Picture Stabilization
- Red-Eye Removal
- NP-45 Li-ion Battery
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
User Reviews (1)
image stabilization is very solid, handles handshake very well
creates sharp images in low light conditions
"brushed metal" style finish looks high-end and attractive
zoom is adequate for most situations, operates reliably
not too much lag between hitting the shutter release and the picture being taken
easy enough for a kid to pick up and start using
LCD is large and clear, easy to read the menus and see the subject
pictures are consistently sharp and clear
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