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Fujifilm Finepix Z20fd 10MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Zoom (Ice Blue)

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  • 10-megapixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality 18 x 24-inch prints
  • 3x optical zoom with Picture Stabilization; 2.5-inch LCD display
  • Face Detection optimizes focus/exposure for up to 10 faces; Blog Mode copies 640 x 480 version of image for easy upload
  • Wirelessly transfer images to IrSimple-equipped devices, including other digital cameras
  • Stores images on xD or SD/SDHC memory cards (not included)
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Product Description

Product Description

Each new season brings new moments to cherish. The Fuji Film FinePix Z20 10-Megapixel Digital Camera features 10-Megapixels of high resolution to capture every moment in beautiful color, and later crop and enlarge without loss of detail. You can choose whether you want to take stills or movies. Automated features let you get excellent results under a wide range of shooting conditions. Photo opportunities need not be missed. With powerful (up to) ISO 1600 sensitivity and Anti-blur mode, photos in more scenes come out clear, bright and free of blur and flash washout. The Picture Stabilization Mode can use a very fast shutter speed to prevent blur from camera shake, fast-moving subjects or both. One Touch Movie button makes movies easy to shoot. Use the simple built-in edit functions to put the finishing touches on a high-quality movie with audio in the popular MPEG4 format. Just press, shoot and enjoy the movie. Select any previously recorded movie file and resume shooting to create a movie up to 60 seconds long. Share both photo and movie files with other IrSimple-ready cameras and devices. Auction Mode stitches multiple photos into a single image for easy uploading to your favorite auction site. Lens focal length - f=6.3 - 18.9mm, Equivalent to 35-105mm on a 35mm camera Aperture - F3.7 - F8.0 (W) / F4.2 -F9.0 (T) Shooting modes - Auto, Manual, Natural Light, Natural Light& with Flash, Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, Auction, Sunset, Snow, Beach, Museum, Party, Flower, Text, Picture Stabilization, Successive Movie, and Stamp Built-in Electronic Auto-Flash Just frame and snap! Fast Face Detection automatically and accurately finds and focuses faces with just the right brightness and without Red Eye One touch Movie button makes movies easy to shoot. Use the simple built-in edit functions to put the finishing touches on a high-quality movie with audio in the popular MPEG4 format Share both photo

From the Manufacturer

Continuing the tradition started by its stylish predecessor, the FinePix Z10fd, the FinePix Z20fd is a new, ultra-glam digital camera packed with useful features that let you face it, beam it, blog it and now roll it with a new MPEG-4 movie recording mode for the movie-crazed among us.

The 10-megapixel FinePix Z20fd features an ultra-portable design, a Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens, 2.5-inch LCD screen, and packs 45MB of internal memory to give you some extra room when your memory card is full. The style-savvy FinePix Z20fd also introduces Fujifilm’s handy new Dual Blog Mode that automatically resizes any still image or movie you've captured, letting you post pictures and videos to blogs, video-sharing websites like YouTube, or e-mail to friends with ease.

Fuji Finepix Z20fd highlights
Face Detection in action
Fuji Finepix Z20fd highlights
Automatic Red-Eye Removal
As with the FinePix Z10fd, the Z20fd also allows picture takers to Face It with Fujifilm’s innovative Face Detection Technology with Automatic Red Eye Removal for capturing the ultimate group shots and Beam It with Fujifilm’s IrSimple technology to share the image instantly with friends. A one-touch selectable mode that identifies up to 10 human faces in a scene, Face Detection Technology sets the correct focus for a chosen primary face and exposure for all detected faces automatically, regardless of where subjects are located within the frame. After the shot is taken, each detected face is instantly checked for red eye; if found, it is corrected automatically, saving the time consuming process of fixing it later. Fujifilm’s IrSimple technology allows for fast, easy wireless image transfer to any IrSimple-equipped device.

Fujifilm’s Picture Stabilization Technology uses higher sensitivities -- up to ISO 1600 in the Z20fd -- and faster shutter and operational speeds, that help reduce camera shake, allowing photographers to capture the moment just as it was meant to be captured.

This high-style camera can also Roll It with an impressive Movie mode, capturing full motion MPEG4 video with the touch of a separate movie shutter button. Using the Successive Movie mode, in-camera editing allows for the creation of a 60-second movie clip, even when shooting in two or more scenes is desired. Start and restart multiple times to build a 60-second compilation, and edit the start and end points.
Fuji Finepix Z20fd highlights
Movie Mode makes it simple to capture and share clips

Additional Features

Dual shutter releases One button for still capture, one for movie record, for ease of use.

i-Flash Intelligent Flash i-Flash detects subtle lighting differences within a scene, and then varies the flash intensity accordingly. It also leverages the high sensitivity of the Z20fd to enable the camera to use less flash, preventing that "blasted with light" effect that so many digital camera flashes leave you with. The result is pleasing, natural tones with no flash "wash-out."

Fuji Finepix Z20fd highlights
Micro Thumbnail View Clear 10 x 10 array on the big display makes navigating photos easy!

Dual Shot mode In this mode, the FinePix Z20fd quickly shoots two images in succession -- one with and one without the flash -- saving both. This convenient function lets the user perform an on-the-spot picture comparison and decide whether the FinePix Z20fd produced the most pleasing photo with flash, or without.

Special scene modes The FinePix Z20fd has 16 scene positions, including Fireworks, Beach and Snow, offering a one-touch setting for almost any situation.

xD/SD/SDHC-compatible slot A single media slot that accepts both xD Picture Card and SD/SDHC media cards.

Stamp It Add a little fun to your images by "stamping" a variety of fun designs to up to three detected faces in your shots!

Battery life Long-life rechargeable Li-ion battery.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 0.8 x 2.2 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0012Y6WFA
  • Item model number: 15823263
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (55 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,000 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at May 7, 2008

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76 of 87 people found the following review helpful By J. L. Knight on July 23, 2008
This is a very attractive camera, with lots of cool features and very good screen. However, the core function of a camera, for me, is to take pictures, and in this respect the Z20fd failed.

I am not a `novice' user, but nor am I an expert. I don't even have the best eyesight in the world. I do not expect perfection from such a well priced product. However, it was clear to me from the outset that the picture quality on this camera was poor. Such was the good quality of the screen that I could tell without even downloading the pictures, that they were not good. When I downloaded them, they all clearly lacked definition and wereoverexposed. This was a couple of trial shots taken around the house and garden. I couldn't believe it! I therefore took a series of identical shots (on identical settings) with the Z20fd and my cheap old pocket Olympus (D-435). When the pictures were compared side-by-side, I was surprised to find that the Olympus was obviously better. I then showed the pictures to my wife, without telling her what camera took the pictures, and in every case she thought the Olympus was better.

All the professional reviews of this camera agree that its picture quality is rubbish. I ignored them as I don't regard myself as expert enough to see or care about the imperfections they find. Instead, I decided to go with the all the positive feedback left here.

Regrettably, I sent the Z20fd back and am looking for another camera. In the meantime I'll stick with my old Olympus. As I said, I am not one who expects the earth for a dime. I really wanted this snazzy little camera. But ultimately, it can't take a decent picture.

(The reason I'm giving it two stars instead of one, is that it has loads of cool features and a good screen, so good, in fact, I immediately saw how crap it's pictures were.)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ken E. on October 28, 2008
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This camera was a birthday present to my 13 year old niece. I work as a photographer AND as a representative for a competing camera manufacturer, so I was extremely sceptical that this camera would be suitable.

My nieces eyes lit up when she opened the gift, and to my surprise she was able to use it immediately (the battery was charged at the factory?).
She took dozens of pictures at her party, and didn't seem to have any problems with lag time, 'hunting' focus, or exposure problems that would be evident with most other cameras in the unusual lighting conditions where her party was held.

Most importantly, it was easy to use. She started using it immediately, which means that she didn't read the instruction book. She got a lot of great, fun photos, and was able to view 'em right away without the need of instructions.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By W. B. Scallions on June 9, 2008
Not just impressive, but very much so. I like the colors, the looks, the MP and even the zoom is amazing for 3x.

My only minor complaint is that of the slight delay on picture taking. If you are looking to capture a spur of the moment shot, you better allow yourself a couple seconds. (You should have a SLR or something for such anyway.)

The camera's pictures are very fine on a computer screen, and the elimination of red eye is an awesome perk. The software that comes with the device isn't needed to get the pictures from the camera, but it is free and there, so what the heck.

Movie quality is good, not Blue Ray (of course) but helps capture those moments when you forget your video camera. These videos can range in size depending on your memory card.

The accessories are cheap (most of them) and I must advise you on getting a nice large memory card for extra pictures or movies space.

All in all, Fujifilm does not dissapoint. I can't wait to get out in the woods with mine.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. McCaffrey on June 8, 2008
I bought this camera expecting a decent product, and it has turned out to be an excellent one. It takes great pictures, and they're beautiful when printed. It has a lot of features including many shooting modes, face detection technology, etc that make this camera a bargain! Highly recommended!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Working class guy on February 28, 2009
Great camera! I needed a camera for my upcoming New Zealand vacation. I wanted a simple point and shoot inexpensive camera. After reading some online reviews this camera seemed to stand out as meeting or exceeding the expectations of previous buyers. I must fully agree! Amazon did an amazing job getting it to me in the color I wanted for much less than my local big box store. It arrived in two days! A brief battery charge, a quick read of the get started guide, and I felt ready! The camera performed flawlessly over the course of my hiking vacation. It didn't even need charging each day. I took hundreds of pictures and some video clips. The only disapointing pictures were opperator fault. I didn't let the camera finish auto focus and forced the picture, which resulted in a bit blury photo. I also had the bad habbit of having my finger partway over the corner lenz in some photos. Also I took a few video clips with the camera turned sideways and now I can't rotate the movie clips. None of this is the camera's fault. I was amazed at the crisp clarity of the 10 megapixal photos, the ease of using the zoom and face recognition. The presets of landscape and nighttime worked great. A great value! My camera got damp on the outside a few times taking photos of waterfalls and during rain. It didn't seem to bother it at all. The size and weight make it an ez take along for any occasion. It can take either SD or XD cards. I used a 2GB XD and didn't come close to filling it. Software seems very easy to use, to work with and store your photos.
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