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Old Mar 18, 2011, 9:20 AM   #1
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hi finally we have a hands on review with the much awaited HS-20



http://www.myfinepix.co.uk/showcase/...on-a-fuji-hs20
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Old Mar 18, 2011, 9:37 AM   #2
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some more of HS-20 hands on .....


http://cid-2818c02f280d5f12.photos.l...20?view=thumbs
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Old Mar 18, 2011, 9:39 AM   #3
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hs-10 and hs-20 compared....


http://www.fujifilm.co.th/forum/show...t=19594&page=4

HS-20 able to to reproduce colours a lot better than HS-10..
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Old Mar 18, 2011, 1:10 PM   #4
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Old Mar 19, 2011, 1:06 AM   #5
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I'm looking at the review from link below

http://www.myfinepix.co.uk/showcase/...on-a-fuji-hs20

Having seen the samples of the apple under SN mode, I'm very puzzle.

Isn't SN suppose to reduce iamge noise? If so, shouldn't the image quality of a shot taken using SN mode at ISO100 be better than one taken at normal mode? But why does it look worst to me? Are they compression artifacts, or noise?

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Observation:

SN ISO200 looks less noisy than SN ISO100. Is this right or have the images been mixed up?

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SN ISO200 looks less noisy than SN ISO100. Is this right or have the images been mixed up?
You can download the images from the review to verify for yourselves. I also hope that something has been mixed up, because it doesn't make sense to me as well.
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Old Mar 19, 2011, 11:44 PM   #8
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hs20 is going to be a really good camera based on what i seen. Colors are nice, artifacts are minimal, sharpness is great. Way better than the hs10!
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We need to know though if it faster at processing the shots. The time from CLICK to CLICK to CLICK. The HS-10 was deadly slow if light was insufficient unless you were in manual mode.
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You can download the images from the review to verify for yourselves. I also hope that something has been mixed up, because it doesn't make sense to me as well.
its possible the true base iso of the hs20 is 200
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