Extremely bright, large 7.6-cm TFT colour display
(super clear LCD)
USB PC connection
BEST SHOT buttonVarious flash functions
Memory card slotAdvanced Auto Tracking AF function

Simple Handling

Extremely bright, large 7.6-cm TFT colour display
(super clear LCD)

Total clarity

The EX-FH20 features a large, bright 7.6-cm (3.0-inch) TFT colour display (super clear LCD) that permits viewing from almost any angle. In addition to the large viewing angle and a high resolution of 230,400 pixels, the TFT colour display provides above-average contrast, thus assuring an especially clear and sharp image of your subject. The display offers above-average brightness to simplify viewing of your images, even in sunlight. You can select from 5 presets to match the brightness to the ambient lighting conditions: 0/+1/+2/Auto1/Auto2

USB PC connection

For quick connection

You can connect the EXILIM EX-FH20 to your computer easily and quickly via USB to download your photos directly. You can then edit, print or send them.

BEST SHOT button

Why hide?

BEST SHOT modes are extremely practical and are available at the touch of a button. From Landscape to Sunset, your EX-FH20 is flexible and can adapt to a variety of situations.

Various flash functions

A flash for every situation

You can adapt the flash on the EXILIM EX-FH20 for various situations. The following pre-settings are available:

- Red eye reduction: reduces the effect of "red eye"
- Auto: Flash is automatically activated when required
- On: Flash always on
- Off: Flash always off.

Memory card slot

However you want

The EX-FH20 can save your photos and movies to your choice of SD/SDHC and MMC/MMC plus cards. You can now decide which of these optional cards to use spontaneously and flexibly.

Advanced Auto Tracking AF function

Everything in view

Running dogs, excited children, passing cars — there are many examples of moving subjects, which cause problems, even for professionals. Thanks to the Advanced Auto Tracking AF function with motion analysis, you can concentrate on the entire subject without worrying. Press the shutter release button half way down to fix the focus on the subject. As soon as the chance for a photo is there, simply "snap"!