Fujifilm has unveiled a bunch of new digital cameras at CES 2011 today and one of the new ones is the FinePix HS20 EXR. This camera has a new 16MP EXR CMOS sensor and a massive 30x optical zoom lens. That lens covers the equivalent of 24 – 720mm. The rear LCD of the camera is 3-inches wide and the cam has 1600% wide dynamic range.
Other features include 8 fps burst shooting, HD movie mode, anti-blur technology and a host of other automatic features and settings. The HS10 is a similar camera with a 10MP resolution compared to the HS20 16MP resolution. The dynamic range of the HS10 is 400% and the HS10 lacks the SDXC compatibility, film simulation modes, EXR processor, TTL flash, and remote release compatibility that the HS20 offers.
Fujifilm has also pulled the F550 and F500 EXR cameras out of the shadows as well. Both use a new 16MP EXR CMOS sensor. They also has 15x optical zoom, 3-inch LCD, anti-blur modes, RAW format support, and HD movie capture modes along with lots of film simulation modes and automated settings. The difference between the two is that the F500 lacks GPS functionality and anti-blur tech. The F550 shoots bursts at 8 fps and the F500 only hits 3 fps in bursts.