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Fujifilm FinePix HS25EXR Digital Camera

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  • 16MP EXR CMOS
  • High Quality Fujinon 30x Manual Optical Zoom Lens
  • 3.0 inches Tilting LCD
  • Full HD Movies
  • 4 - AA Batteries
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Fujifilm
  • Model: HS25EXR
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 16 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CMOS
  • Optical zoom: 30 x
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 6.7 x 5.1 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B006T7QZ02
  • Item model number: HS25EXR
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,155 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2012

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The HS25EXR offers versatility and optical quality to those photographers who don't want the lens-changing capability of a DSLR, but still want total control over their images. Equipped with advanced features and a high performance 16MP EXR CMOS sensor, a 3" LCD display, a whopping 30X optical zoom lens, 1080P Full HD Movie Mode, AA battery operation, and a host of consumer friendly automatic settings, the HS25EXR is ready for anything - from the simplest full-auto photo capture to the most advanced applications.

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Fujifilm FinePix HS25EXR

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Although it is a fixed-lens, there is NO NEED for additional lenses as its lens is from 24 to 720 mm. You can shoot stills with B&W or sepia and results are crystal clear. I… Read more ›
Great transaction! Fast shipping, quality, great experience all round! Buy with confidence! Read more ›
The camera takes great pictures, but seems to slow down afterr 6 months or so. Also, changing the apperture and shutter speed in ma nual mode worked at first, then the… Read more ›
I am a complete novice so I wanted a very user…It will choose the settings and give me great photos and I'm sure as I learn it will provide me years of good service. Th… Read more ›
The camera works very well and takes great pictures. The only reason I did not give it five stars was that it does so much more than my previous Fuji E550 (a very simple… Read more ›
I found it easy to learn and it seems to be taking good pictures so far. Not hard on batteries and comfortable in the hand. Read more ›
It also has a macro/super macro mode so you can take very close up pictures! The zoom is incredible! It has a few flaws: Sometimes the color in the picture fades. Read more ›
i love her,she do a good sceen,my old was a lumis fs28 et the fuji do beter pictures, the zoom is good. Thz noise of the batery when you moove is grrrrrrrrr............i… Read more ›
I did look at other brands when shopping…Familiarity with the brand and camera functionality, manual zoom, all-around rubber grip, and price were my big deciding factors. Read more ›
The manual zoom ring makes this bridge feel just like an SLR. Plus the zoom range is phenomenal. Someone said it was like having a mini telescope. Read more ›
Nice digital camera for the price. Has a great zoom ( manual zoom). This is not a point and shoot with auto focusing and zooming. Read more ›
I really enjoy using it. Great zoom. Read more ›
It was everything I wanted and was what I was looking for! Easy to use and operate after a little bit of reading. Read more ›
The ability to zoom…It's easy to use for a beginner like me and has additional features that once I become more efficient with it, can really fine tune the photo settings. Read more ›
Its a great camera that can take great pictures, see some of those…Love the manual zoom much easier and quicker to use than the auto zooms on most of the bridge cameras. Read more ›
Far exceeded our expectation. Easy to operate with my wife and a lot of resources to me. Read more ›
I like that you can manually zoom in on your subject. It's very easy to use. I took my daughter's Senior pictures with it and had people asking where I had her pictures taken. Read more ›
Great Camera, easy to use. Image quality is excellent. Read more ›
This gives you detailed control over your picture. Automatic modes are also great. Also has a custom mode in which you can save your settings before hand for a particular… Read more ›
Very awesome…I was a pro photographer for 20 years, o like this camera because It lets me quickly change settings, like purposely under exposing a sunset behind a sailboat. Read more ›
Worth every penny...easy to use...produces stunning shots...lots of features...extra set of rechargable batteries and hand strap recommended.... no regrets so far... Read more ›
There's even an eye sensor that switches automatically from the LCD screen to the viewfinder when you move…I could go on, there's a dozen other smart and useful features. Read more ›
Digital is nice for the instant feedback and exposure adjustment if necessary. The hs25exr does great in manual mode, bringing up well-saturated colors. Read more ›
The only downsides I have found are: (1) Unless you're happy with the auto modes - and you could very well be - the HS25 is hugely complex, with a 142-page user manual on a… Read more ›
It seems very smooth and natural. The autofocus is very fast which was important to me. I have only taken about 10 photos so far in my house at night without a flash and I… Read more ›
The only thing is, maybe I haven't get to the part in the instruction yet, when shooting with video function, the focus adjusted in and out when the subject moved within a… Read more ›
Low cost, AA batteries, great quality pictures, easy to use, fast focus, fast shot to shot cycle times, zoom, 16 megapixels, large SD card compatibility (32+ GB), high iso,… Read more ›
Takes good pix, nice clarity & quick focus. But, when using video you can hear the hum of the recorder. Read more ›
External Flash or use remote for any flash brand. Better and fast focus than my coolpix P500 Manual zoom (will save battery). Read more ›
7) Hot shoe for external flash (if you feel the need for it). 8) Very fast focusing under most conditions. Read more ›
I recommend it to beginners or people who are really artsy and…I really enjoy it plus the price is great because cameras of this quality are probably 100's of dollars more. Read more ›
For all these, I think that the Fujifilm Finepix HS25EXR, or HS30EXR are today the best bridge SRL-like cameras in the market. Their prices are reasonable. Read more ›
Battery life is also outstanding, and I like a camera that doesn't require a specialized battery. Got it for an amazing price, too. Read more ›
This camera is amazing for the price. Much better than a simple point and shoot without the hefty price tag of a DSLR! Read more ›
It will take me some time to learn what all the shooting modes are capable of and I do miss being able to stop down to F22 at a 60th if I want to but I did get a good all… Read more ›
So far I am extremely pleased with my purchase. As always, Amazon had the best price and got it to me quickly. Read more ›
I got it for a digital photography class I teach at a small high school. The lens is good for is cost. Do not like the on/off switch and the internal menu is hard to get… Read more ›
The HS 25 EXR would have had a better rating if it came with a…There is no excuse for a camera that invites color wash out and flare due to a lack of a simple lens hood. Read more ›
Nice heft, but not too heavy. Amazing telephoto lens (30x), but manual, which takes a bit of getting used to. Adjustable LCD viewfinder, as well as an optical viewfinder. Read more ›
Fuji lenses are used in scientific applications, and it shows. The sharpness of the lenses could cut your finger. And I love the looooong zoom range - 24-720 is PRETTTTYYYY… Read more ›
I figured that with all those goodies the lens must be mediocre, but up to its 30X, it's pretty good. Not pro quality but fine for an amateur photographer. Read more ›
Bought this camera for a Hawaiian cruise. I was able to take many awesome pictures and videos including panoramic shots! Couldn't be happier with my purchase! Read more ›
11 frames/s high speed contiuous shooting. Full HD Video & Photo. Can slow the shutter speed to 1sec. Read more ›
It's not likely to work for everyone. I was looking for something that offered manual options, great images and solid video performance. If you want a huge auto zoom and… Read more ›
The Flash is AMAZING. You know how sometimes the flash overexposes everyone? Read more ›
The built-in flash is actually decent, and allows you to change how bright it is (though not by much). But if you don't like the camera's flash, there is an external flash… Read more ›
I…In manual mode with a strong flash on the hotshoe, aimed at the ceiling with a white card taped to the back of the flash, a couple of exposure checks and we did the deed. Read more ›
Memory card slot located inside the grip so you don't have to open the battery compartment anymore to replace the memory card. Solid construction. Great colors and super… Read more ›
See a lot off cameras for over 400.00 with solid construction and image quality very poor like my coolpix 5100 very hard to have an image in focus on any movement, this one… Read more ›
I've only had it for…I'm only beginning to explore all of the other options, but for now, the image quality and performance are great and it does everything as advertised. Read more ›
It's not likely to work for everyone. I was looking for something that offered manual options, great images and solid video performance. If you want a huge auto zoom and… Read more ›
- On other models they have an electronic zoom...which you can hear the gears moving when you zoom in video..plus in manual it's more…BRIGHT LCD screen, and it tilts out! Read more ›
- Easy to use - Very nice, clear digital display - Fairly intuitive if you just want to start using it out of the box Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

146 of 149 people found the following review helpful By Brian on April 14, 2012
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I have been an amateur photographer since I got a Asahi Pentax spotmatic II while I was in the army in 1971. I eventually had many lenses and accessories for it. When it was damaged beyond repair I got a Nikon autofocus 35mm. I was happy with that too. This is my 3rd Fuji digital camera, I loved the first one which I eventually gave to my son and replaced with an S1800 which I did not like. I did a lot of research before I settled on the HS25. The reviews were very good on the HS20 except for noise. The HS25 features a redesigned CMOS to improve that. I was not interested in RAW shooting and I like using AA batteries. Those were the main differences between the HS25 and the HS30 which is $100.00 more. I just unboxed mine last night and spent a lot of time with the owners manual starting to learn all the features available. First, I love the feel of the camera, the quality is first rate. I looked at the Canon SX40 and while the reviews were good, it felt and looked cheap.This camera looks expensive. I really like the manual zoom lens. It brings me back to the 35mm days and I feel like I have better control.It seems very smooth and natural. The autofocus is very fast which was important to me. I have only taken about 10 photos so far in my house at night without a flash and I am pleased with them. I can't wait to take some pictures of the hummingbirds in my back yard. I will come back and update this report. So far I am extremely pleased with my purchase. As always, Amazon had the best price and got it to me quickly.

UPDATE: I have taken a variety of pictures with my new camera and I couldn't be happier! Pictures of my grandkids that would have been blurred with my old camera are very good. I took some macros of flowers and a couple closeups of my dogs. All perfect.
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110 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Gregory A. Henry on August 26, 2012
Much has already been written about this model already, so I'll just give my pro and con list for the most part, based on my experience. While I do stock photography and use a DSLR for that, I wanted a more casual camera for around the house, and I'm not lofty in my expectations. I know what you should (and should not) expect for a price (and from Fuji, based on past Fuji camera experience).

Pro List:

1) Manual Zoom ring gives the "feel" of a DSLR w/manual focusing available.
2) Ability to use filters on lens.
3) Good hand grip and handling overall. Can use in full auto or lots of manual controls.
4) Non-proprietary AA batteries make it handy when traveling. I suggest "eneloop" rechargeable brand.
5) Overall good image quality (for a non-pro camera level) once you learn how to leave the full auto and adjust settings.
6) Tilt LCD.
7) Hot shoe for external flash (if you feel the need for it).
8) Very fast focusing under most conditions.

Con List:

1) Electronic eye viewfinder is very low res and very small.
2) Battery compartment door shifts when gripping camera a bit (irritating).
3) Image stabilization is sensor shift type - not lens type, so not as effective (and nearly worthless at 700mm full zoom).
4) Image quality is only best when you use the priority modes (7 megapixel resolution give or take) as opposed to full resolution mode.
5) Blows highlights easily unless you use the highlight priority mode.
6) No printed instruction book - can be hard to learn to use all manual items for those who might not be tech heads.
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Billy D. on May 8, 2012
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Greetings,
I am very pleased with my HS25EXR. I am aware that it is not a Nikon D4. However, this Fuji entry is remarkable in its ability to capture sharp, clean (not a lot of noise) images. I slide many of them over to Lightroom 3.6 for further quality adjustment. I was a catalogue/portrait photographer in the 80's. I'm used to shooting with Bronica 6x6, Nikon F3, Mamiya 6x4.5, and 4x5's, etc. I do suggest purchasing this camera, unless you have $5999.99 for a Nikon D4, body only (no lens). I have put my HS25EXR thru the paces and found it to be a useful addition.

David Messinger, Sr.
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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By ilir hashorva on July 10, 2012
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About Fujifilm cameras Finepix HS25EXR and Finepix HS30EXR

Finally i have received a Fujifilm camera from Amazon. The delivery was super fast. Although both cameras Fujifilm Finepix HS25 EXR and Fujifil Finepix HS30 EXR are almost similar, I purchased the first one not because I wanted to spare $100, but because I liked its batteries: standard 2AA rechargeable Ni-Mh.
I chose between Fujifilm Finepix and Canon Power Shot SX40HS or Nikon Coolpix P510, Fujifilm even the other two cameras have a longer optical zoom: Canon 40, Nikon 41,7 and Fuji 30, because:
- Fuji has external flesh, and Nikon hasn't.
- Fuji works with standard batteries and Canon and Nikon do not.
- Fuji has a wider diapason of shutter speed and aperture.
- Fuji has a larger sensor which gives a better dynamic range, and against Canon, has more pixels.
- Fuji camera is a more versatile than Canon or Nikon. It has a lot of features, more than you will need.
- Fuji uses a new sensor called EXR which is said to work better than other sensors, although I cannot confirm this.
- Fuji has manual zoom ring, instead of electric zoom, which is more convenient, more professional like and gives longer battery life.
- Fuji has a 58 mm thread so you can add filters or a teleconverter, the others do not have.
- Fuji gives you the possibility to shoot in 3D. I made a test and received a perfect 3D picture. No other camera does this. I was amazed.
I can not compare image quality of cameras because I do not have Canon and Nikon cameras, but I do not expect any conspicuous difference.
For all these, I think that the Fujifilm Finepix HS25EXR, or HS30EXR are today the best bridge SRL-like cameras in the market. Their prices are reasonable.
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