Fuji X-T20 Field Test: Impressive camera offers great imaging and performance


posted Monday, May 22, 2017 at 5:23 PM EDT

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Fuji's new X-T20 camera does what its predecessor, the X-T10, did back in 2015. It combines the imaging capabilities of Fuji's current flagship X-series cameras (the X-T2 and X-Pro2) with a consumer-friendly price point. Like its more expensive siblings, the X-T20 uses a 24.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS X-Trans sensor and relies on Fuji's X-Processor Pro image processing engine. Add in a 3-inch tilting touchscreen display, 325-point hybrid autofocus system and 4K UHD video recording, and the X-T20 represents a big upgrade over the X-T10 in terms of features and performance.

While a camera on paper is one thing, how it handles in the real-world is perhaps more important. Fortunately, during my Field Test, the X-T20 consistently impressed. It offers nice physical controls in a stylish camera body, and thanks to its new touchscreen display, it is more user-friendly than ever before. 

Fuji XF 100-400mm: 400mm (600mm eq.), f/5.6, 1/250s, ISO 1250. This image has been modified.

To read all about the Fuji X-T20's strengths and weaknesses, read our Fuji X-T20 Field Test.

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