Hey! You should know that Fujifilm has released a newer version of this product: the Fujifilm FinePix HS50EXR.
The EXR sensor is the selling point here; the user can choose one of three modes that favor high dynamic range, low noise, or high resolution. The low noise and high dynamic range modes reduce the resolution, yet truly improve image quality. You can even leave the camera on EXR AUTO, which will make these difficult decisions for you. Also included are manual, aperture priority, and shutter priority modes. The HS30 is the successor to the HS20, a barely noteworthy upgrade with few extra features. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, however, for the HS20 did a lot of things right. You still get a wonderful 30x manually operated zoom, a 3-inch swivel LCD screen, 1080p HD recording, and high-speed movie modes at reduced resolution. Upgrades include a faster continuous shooting rate and weight-savings due to the switch from AA's to a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Image quality should match that of the recently-reviewed very good F770EXR, so look there for more information.