Fujifilm X-T20 Roundup and Silver Award

The Fujifilm X-T20 is an great camera in a small package. Surprisingly Fujifilm launched the X-T10 follow-up shortly after the Fujifilm X-T2 launch. More than a few photographers decided to pick one up instead of the more professional X-T2 when it was announced, because it is a good value.

DPReview

Pros Cons
  • Excellent JPEG quality, especially color
  • Good high ISO noise performance
  • Build quality is solid for camera in this price range
  • Dynamic range is very good, though not class-leading
  • Numerous direct controls
  • Responsive AF system with up to 325 selectable points
  • High resolution EVF
  • Great Film Simulation modes
  • 8 fps burst shooting w/continuous AF
  • UHD 4K/30p video capture
  • Highly customizable
  • Exposure compensation available when using Auto ISO with manual exposure
  • External mic input
  • Camera can be charged over USB connection; external charger included
  • Small phase detection area compared to peers
  • Hunting can be an issue with continuous autofocus in low light
  • AF tracking performance is variable
  • No histogram, face detection (in 4K) or zebra warnings in movie mode
  • Auto mode switch can be flipped too easily, leading to loss of custom settings and Raw
  • Joystick for positioning AF point would’ve been nice
  • Fn button difficult to reach, even harder to press
  • Can’t access memory card slot while camera is on a tripod

You can read the full review here

Other Review
Joeng Photography – “However as a stand alone camera, the X-T20 gives you the best buck of money.”

Cinema5d – “The FUJIFILM X-T20 offers a good combination between affordable price, video picture quality, fast accurate autofocus in video mode and portability.”

Fujifilm X-T20: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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