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Fujifilm FinePix HS30EXR - Long zoom versatility and exceptional image quality

FinePix HS30EXR

Fujifilm is delighted to announce the launch of the FinePix HS30EXR, the latest in a long line of market-leading bridge cameras loved by photo enthusiasts all over the world.

The HS range has become synonymous with versatility and optical quality among those photographers who don't want the lens-changing capability of a DSLR, but still want total control over their images.

The HS30EXR includes a number of key specification improvements over the HS20EXR model it replaces. The Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) has been greatly improved while a switch in power supply to a Lithium-ion rechargeable battery delivers up to 600 pictures per charge. These are just some of the changes that will ensure the HS30EXR keeps the Fujifilm name at the forefront of the bridge camera market in 2012.

New sensor, even better pictures
The FinePix HS30EXR features an improved EXR-CMOS sensor, which gives the user even more versatility, most notably in low light conditions. By redesigning the shape of the photo diodes used in the EXR-CMOS sensor, the images display 30% less digital noise at higher ISO settings, which results in smoother tones and better low light images.

The EXR-CMOS sensor offers three different user-selectable options: High Resolution (HR) delivers the best results in bright lighting conditions or when fine detail in an image is of paramount importance. Wide Dynamic Range (DR) Priority is ideal for capturing images in high contrast light situations, when the user wants detail in both shadow and highlight areas, while High Sensitivity and Low Noise (SN) Priority is the one to choose in low-light. All of these modes can be selected, or it can be left to the HS30EXR to choose through the EXR AUTO function.

Never miss a shot
Composing images on these HS-series can be done using either the 3-inch tilting LCD or the Electronic Viewfinder (EVF), both of which have been substantially improved over the HS20EXR. The LCD uses 460,000 dots to display menus and images with great clarity and now benefits from a brighter screen that ensures it's easy to view, even in direct sunlight.

Meanwhile, the FinePix HS30EXR’s EVF is also larger at 0.26-inches and features 920,000 dots, compared to only 200,000 dots on the HS20EXR, making for a far clearer viewing image.

Viewing comfort has also been boosted thanks to a 22 degree viewing angle (16 degrees on the HS20EXR) and the whole picture taking experience has been improved through a substantial reduction in starting up period compared to the HS20EXR. The starting up period is now just around a half compared with that of HS20EXR. The writing period after continuous shooting has also been dramatically cut to approximately 2 seconds (compared to 20 seconds on the HS20EXR).

A lens for every occasion
Sitting at the heart of the HS-series is a Fujinon 30x optical zoom lens offering a huge focal range from 24-720mm (equivalent to a 35mm camera). This enables photographers to tackle almost any type of subject matter from sweeping landscapes to fine details on wild animals.

But there may be occasions when users require even more telephoto power to pull in really distant details and, thanks to the Intelligent Digital Zoom function, this is now possible. This doubles the focal range, delivering a massive 60x zoom with a maximum telephoto setting of 1440mm. What's more, the Intelligent Digital Zoom function doesn't suffer from the problems typically associated with digital zoom capabilities. This is achieved through intelligent image processing where the HS30EXR boosts sharpness in selected areas without increasing digital noise.

Movie making and picture taking made easier
Like the HS20EXR, the HS30EXR also captures 1080p Full HD movies at 30 frames per second, but this hasn't stopped Fujifilm's designers making some key improvements to ensure movie capture is even easier.

Now, it's possible to manually focus during movie shooting for more creative focusing effects, while those preferring to auto focus will benefit in a reduction in focus hunting, so they can keep up with the action. When it comes to still images, the technologies used for Face Detection and Tracking AF have been combined to create Face Tracking Auto Focus. Ideal for capturing all the sporting action and active children, this unique feature allows users to follow the action, ensuring that the faces of friends and loved ones are kept sharp and perfectly exposed.

Finally, the FinePix HS30EXR has also been improved with the addition of a customisable Function (Fn) key on the rear of it. This enables fast access to regularly used functions without needing to go into the full menu each time.

Key differences between HS20EXR and HS30EXR





16 megapixel EXR-CMOS

16 megapixel EXR-CMOS


460,000 dots

460,000 dots
Sunny Day mode

Electronic viewfinder

200,000 dots,
16° viewing angle

920,000 dots
22° viewing angle


4x AA batteries
(350 shots per set)

Lithium-ion rechargeable
(600 shots per charge)

Intelligent Digital Zoom



Manual Focus during movie recording



Customizable Function (Fn) key



Electronic level



RAW shooting



Fujifilm FinePix HS30EXR key features

  • 16 mega-pixel EXR-CMOS sensor
  • 30x Fujinon Optical zoom lens (24-720mm equivalent to a 35mm camera)
  • Up to 60x Intelligent Digital Zoom
  • 3-inch LCD screen with Sunny Day mode
  • EVF with 920,000 dots
  • 1080p Full HD movie capture
  • Hot shoe for TTL flash
  • RAW file format
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable battery – 600 shots
  • Programmes AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual exposure modes
  • Macro focusing down to 1cm


FinePix HS30EXR

Number of effective pixels

16.0million pixels

Image sensor

1/ 2-inch EXR-CMOS with primary colour filter

Storage media

Internal memory (approx.25MB)
SD/SDHC/SDXC(UHS-I) memory card

File format   (still image)

JPEG (Exif Ver 2.3 ), RAW (RAF format), RAW+JPEG
(Design rule for Camera File system compliant / DPOF-compatible)



Number of recorded pixels

L: <4:3>4608 x 3456  <3:2>4608 x3072 <16:9>4608x2592   
M:<4:3>3264 x 2448 <3:2>3264 x 2176 <16:9>3264x1840
S:<4:3>2304x 1728 <3:2>2304 x 1536 <16:9>1920x1080
Motion Panorama
360° Vertical 11520 x 1624 Horizontal 11520 x 1080
180° Vertical 5760 x 1624 Horizontal 5760 x 1080
120° Vertical 3840 x 1624 Horizontal 3840 x 1080


Fujinon 30x optical zoom lens

            focal length

f=4.2 - 126mm, equivalent to 24-720mm on a 35mm camera


F2.8(Wide) - F5.6 (Telephoto)


11 groups 15 lenses

Digital zoom

Intelligent Digital Zoom approx. 2.0x  (up to approx. 60x, with 30x optical zoom )


F5.6-F11(Telephoto) 1/3EV step

Focus distance
(from lens surface)

Normal :
Wide: Approx. 45cm to infinity/ 1.4ft. to infinity
Telephoto: Approx. 3.0m to infinity  / 9.8ft. to infinity
Wide: Approx. 7cm - 3.0m / 2.7in. - 9.8ft.
Telephoto: Approx. 2.0m - 5.0m / 6.5ft. - 16.4ft.
Super Macro: Approx. 1.0cm - 1.0m / 0.4in. - 3.2ft.


Auto, Equivalent to ISO 100/200/400/800/1600/3200/6400*/12800* (Standard Output Sensitivity) 
*6400:M mode or lower、ISO12800:S mode

Exposure control

TTL 256-zones metering, Multi, Spot, Average

Exposure mode

Programmed AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual

Shooting  modes

SP: Natural Light, Natural Light & Flash, Portrait, Portrait Enhancer, Dog, Cat, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night (Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow,  Beach, Party, Flower, Text,

                              (MODE DIAL)


Image stabiliser

CMOS shift type          

Face detection


Exposure compensation

-2.0EV-+2.0EV  1/3EV step                           

Shutter speed

(Auto mode) 1/4 sec. to 1/4000 sec. , (All other modes) 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. (combined mechanical and electronic shutter)               

Continuous shooting       (TOP)

Super High:approx. 11fps  (Size M,S)
High:approx. 8fps  (Size L,M,S)
Middle:approx. 5fps  (Size L,M,S)
Low:approx. 3fps  (Size L,M,S)
* SD memory card with a class 4 write speed (4 MB/sec.) or better is recommended.
* The frame rate varies depending on the shooting conditions or numbers of frames in continuous shooting.                             




Best Frame capture:
Super High:approx. 11fps  8/16 frames  (Size M,S)
High:approx. 8fps  8frames  (Size L,M,S)/16 frames  (Size M,S)
Middle:approx. 5fps  8frames  (Size L,M,S)/16 frames  (Size M,S)
Low:approx. 3fps  8frames  (Size L,M,S)/16 frames  (Size ,M,S)

Auto bracketing

AE Bracketing                   ±1/3EV,±2/3EV,±1EV
Film Simulation Bracketing    PROVIA/STANDARD, Velvia/VIVID, ASTIA/SOFT
Dynamic Rang Bracketing     100%/200%/400%

Focus    (mode)

Single AF/Continuous AF (EXR AUTO, Movie),
Manual AF (One-push AF mode included)


TTL contrast AF, AF assist illuminator available

      (AF frame selection)

centre, Multi, Area, Tracking

White balance

Automatic scene recognition
Preset: Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White), Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light, Custom


10 sec./2 sec. delay/Auto release/Auto shutter(Dog,Cat)


Auto flash (super i-flash)


Effective range: (ISO AUTO):
Wide: Approx. 30cm - 7.1m / 1ft. - 23.2ft.  
Telephoto: Approx. 2.0m - 3.8m / 6.5ft. - 12.4ft.   

Flash modes

Red-eye removal OFF: Auto, Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro.
Red-eye removal ON: Red-eye Reduction Auto, Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Red-eye Reduction & Slow Synchro.

Hot shoe


Electronic Viewfinder

0.26-inch., approx. 920,000 dots, colour LCD viewfinder approx. 100% coverage

LCD monitor

3.0-inch, approx. 460,000 dots, TFT colour LCD monitor, approx. 100% coverage

Movie recording

1920 x 1080 pixels / 1280 x 720 pixels/ 640 x 480 pixels (30 frames /sec.)  with stereo sound  
Optical zoom function (manual)can be used.

Photography  functions

EXR mode, High Speed Movie (80/160/320  frames/sec), Face Detection, Auto red-eye removal, Face recognition, Advanced mode (Pro focus, Pro low light, Multiple exposure, Individual shutter 3D), Motion Panorama360, Film simulation, Electronic level, Histogram display, Framing guideline, Frame No. memory, Best frame capture, Advanced Anti Blur, Date stamp

Playback  functions

Face Detection, Auto red-eye removal, Multi-frame playback (with micro thumbnail), Protect,
Crop, Resize, Slide show, Image rotate, voice memo, histogram display, exposure warning
Photobook assist, image search, favourites, Mark for upload, Panorama, Erase selected frames

Other functions

PictBridge, Exif Print,
35 Languages, Time difference, Silent mode                             

Terminal            { Video output)

NTSC/PAL selectable
with Monaural sound

              (Digital interface)

USB 2.0 High-Speed

                     ( HDMI output)

HDMI Mini connector

Power supply

Li-ion battery NP-W126  (included)


130.6 (W) x 96.6 (H) x 126.0 (D) mm  /5.1(W) x 3.8(H) x 4.9(D)in.


Approx. 687g / 24.2oz. (including battery and memory card)


Approx. 637g /  22.4 oz. (excluding battery and memory card)

Operating Temperature


Operating Humidity

10%-80% (no condensation)

Battery life

Approx.  600 frames  (AUTO mode)

Accessories included

Li-ion battery NP-W126
Battery charger BC-W126
Shoulder strap
USB cable
A/V cable (excluding Japan)
Lens cap and Lens cap cord
Owner's manual
Lens hood (excluding China, Japan)

Optional accessories

Lens hood LH-HS10
Remote release RR-80
Shoe Mount Flash EF-42/EF-20
Protector Filter PRF-58

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Date Thu, 05/01/2012 - 11:49

The HS20 has Electronic Level.

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Date Thu, 05/01/2012 - 13:29

Yes you are correct. Thanks for pointing out

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Date Thu, 05/01/2012 - 16:18

What price is it going to be I have been saving up for the HS20Exr should I hold on and wait a little bit longer?.

Or even get lucky if the Retails drop the price of the HS20 to make room for the HS30?.

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Date Sat, 07/01/2012 - 16:55

I love my HS 20 Smile :)

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Date Thu, 07/06/2012 - 03:20

Something else, why would they put a lithium battery in it? My hs20 can be recharged anywhere with alkaline double AAs but you are restricted with the Hs30 to a lithium battery. I love my Hs20 and I do think that would sway me away from an hs30 with the battery if I were still looking for a camera. I can buy alkaline double AAs anywhere and get just as good battery life. Any way, I only need to carry one type of battery for my ef-42 flash, my hs20, and my 2550hd. 

Update, I agree with Siegertsz. I have found that in a Las vegas trip, before I began walking the stirp, my entire battery set died and I needed to take batteries from my flash gun and put them into my Hs-20. After that, I was able to photograph the entire 12 mile walk up and back down the strip with no battery problems. I would be washed up if I had that Hs-30 even though the battery life is better, it wouldn't be able to cover the entire 5 hour trip up and back down the sidewalk. 

Thankyou Hs-20!


I don't have any good pictures so there is not a link to my gallery, just a quote. 

"If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything"- Alexander Hamilton (under debate)

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Date Mon, 09/01/2012 - 21:58

I love my Fujifilm HS 20 EXR as well and find that carrying rechargable AA NiMH is fine with me as I need to use the charging unit to recharge the two AA batteries in my EF- 20 flash and two AAA NiMH batteries for a multi-funtion timer remote control. The EF-42 takes four AA batteries. I think Fujifilm designed the camera with this in mind so people wouldn't have to carry two different chargers around with them. I use the Fujicell charging unit model no. SCH-500F because it's easy to use with great features and very compact.  The number one reason I bought this camera is because the reviews on it gave the Photo Quality as "Best In It's Class." It's the main reason why I would purchase any camera. Thank You Fujifilm! 

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Date Wed, 11/01/2012 - 03:36

I like the look of this one, that 2 seconds recording of burst mode shots instead of 20 seconds on the HS20 should be enough to persuade a lot of buyers.   I still love my HS10 but Im very interested in this newer version. 

So long and thanks for all the fish

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Date Fri, 13/01/2012 - 23:46

I think there is no much difference with Hs20 or even hs20 is better than this "for me" because of AA batteries. If they didn't use same sensor I could take this 

Hs20 is perfect Smile

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Date Sun, 15/01/2012 - 10:35

Finally, Lithium rechargable battery!  Looks good, but the proof is in the pudding.

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Date Thu, 07/06/2012 - 03:13

I got my Hs-20 one month before the Hs-30 was anounced. The only thing keeping me from going to the camera store would be that the sensor in the Hs-30 is relatively similar. They should make a full frame bridge camera.

I don't have any good pictures so there is not a link to my gallery, just a quote. 

"If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything"- Alexander Hamilton (under debate)

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Date Thu, 19/01/2012 - 11:03

get away, that amazing fuji lens deserves the best sensors, a full frame camera with that lens would be a world beater.

So long and thanks for all the fish

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Date Sun, 29/01/2012 - 16:13

I love my HS20EXR, what's not to love about it?

However, I for one, applaud those innovative, ingenious people at Fujifim. They never rest on their laurels, amazingly managing to improve each year on what went brilliantly before.

Look at it this way, if Fujifilm were content to keep an outdated model just in case buyers got offended everytime their camera was bettered, neither you, nor I would have ended up buying a Fujifilm camera in the first place! (Now that would be something to cry about)!

It looks to me as though Fujiilm have listened to their critics and come up with another dose of shut-up juice to sooth their minor gripes, (for another year at least).

For those of you considering upgrading from your HS-10, if you can afford it, I'd go for the HS-30 without a second thought, it'll be blow the socks off the opposition, guaranteed!

FinePix rules!


I <3 My HS-20EXR

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Date Sun, 29/01/2012 - 16:27

In response to FujiHS20man,

I'm with you on those AA batteries, with a decent set of NiMH mine goes forever on a freshly charged set! Like you I have a Fujufilm flash, (EF-42), so I never use the built in unit.

Furthermore, I suspect 4 sets of 4 NiMH AA's are cheaper than a spare LiIon dedicated battery, and I bet you can't buy one of those from a petrol station in Outer Mongolia?

(Definition: Forever approximates to 500 shots)

I <3 My HS-20EXR

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Date Sun, 29/01/2012 - 16:30


go for it mate,

I'd love to see what you could do with one!


I <3 My HS-20EXR

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Date Sun, 29/01/2012 - 16:36


keep on saving, go for the HS30, the EVF, Burst Mode 2 sec write rate, and Improved lower noise at high ISO are three damn good reasons!

On the other hand if the 30 ends up too pricey, you could do so much worse than an HS20, it's a fantastic bit of kit!



I <3 My HS-20EXR

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Date Sun, 05/02/2012 - 17:03

Anyone heard when it is comming out in the UK?


The Gasman

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Date Tue, 07/02/2012 - 19:15

Я не профессионал - это во первых. Но я ОБАЛДЕЛ ОТ ЭТОГО ФОТИКА. Эмоции через край. Я живу в Крыму; Ялта, Севастополь да и собственно весь Крым - это СКАЗКА. А с этим ФОТИКОМ может снимать даже человек у которого абсолютно отсутствует воображение.

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Date Tue, 07/02/2012 - 19:29

great camera


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Date Sat, 31/03/2012 - 18:00

I have had an HS 30 EXR for two weeks now, this is my second. I will keep this short and sweet. It is technologically spectacular does all it says on the tin. Image quality in all modes is superb but unlike on the SL300 where the cover has been altered to accommodate the li - on battery on the HS30 it is the similar design to the HS20. Having charged the battery twice the cover became so loose that it affected camera handling. I returned it as faulty as it was replaced but after one week the same problem reared it's head. Excessive movement in the cover. I wrote to Fuji suggesting that it might had been prudent to follow the example of the SL 300 design and the reply was ' our technicians have examined a number of HS30 models and there is a little play in the covers but this should not affect the performance of the camera.' maybe not but especially when holding the camera in portrait mode the play, no excessive movement, does affect your faith in the cameras spectacularly unimpressive build. There seems little point in returning this one I shall simply wait until the tiny spring and watch strap style pin which hold the cover detach themselves from the body then return it to Fuji. It won't stay intact for 12 months that's for sure. At 389GBP build should be as important as image quality. I would welcome Mr Finepix comments. Update : Fuji have now offered to inspect myreplacement so will wait with baited breath for the response.

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Date Sat, 31/03/2012 - 21:24

the only bridge camera worthy of being a full from camera would be the fuji sx-1,the hs30 is ok for a amatuar but the sx-1 has a much better lense,a bigger censor and full continuas shooting and not just burst mode,but as fuji has the new pro camera then i dont think they need another camera just yet.

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Date Wed, 25/04/2012 - 22:04

I have used other brands of bridge camera and despaired at the very slow start up time, short battery life and unresponsive/slow zoom action to the point of losing interest in what I was doing in the first place. I read with great interest about the Fuji HS30 with It's mega 30x zoom lens (manual action) fast start up (wildlife still close enough to get a shot) and 16 mega-pixel to boot, well I just had to have one......

A few weeks later and behold, I have A nice new Fuji HS30 and so far a joy to use, photos to follow.

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Date Sat, 28/04/2012 - 06:06

a question for fufitwo:

I have had image quality problems with my HS20, they come out like paintings sometimes. How's the quality on the HS30? On the computer screen do they look like pictures or paintings? The only reason I ask is because the HS30 has an "improved" sensor and I am kicking myself as it is for not just waiting a month and a half (that is seriously what the time was before fuji announced the hs30) for the HS30 to come out for that better card write time and that improved sensor. I have had trouble with photographing events for friends because the CMOS is not suited for the full telephoto length on the HS20. Even in broad daylight the picture is not crisp.

Thanks for any feedback.

I don't have any good pictures so there is not a link to my gallery, just a quote. 

"If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything"- Alexander Hamilton (under debate)

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Date Mon, 06/08/2012 - 11:34

Hi all,

I'm new here, i recently purchased the hs30exr. It seems to be a nice piece of kit (still trying to get to grips with it), i have only used compact cameras in the past so looking forward to experimenting with it. (all tips appreciated). 

One thing did bother me slightly though, it says it is manufactured in "China", Does anyone else's say this?. Please let me know if this is normal practice.

Many thanks, Martin.

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Who do i talk to about getting a software update for the HS30 so it will take a remote release. It's predecessors all had a "bulb" function mine has not Sad

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