12 Oct Fuji X-T20 Review | Oversized Performance In A Pint-Sized Camera

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This year has brought Fuji to the forefront as a real contender in the professional realm, no longer a fringe element among camera brands. With the release of their medium format GFX 50s and increasing support from major brands that are commonly used by pros like Profoto and Capture One, it’s clear that Fuji is a brand to watch. Meanwhile, midrange cameras like the X-T20 are Fuji‘s bread and butter, and its new features suggest good things to come for the brand as a whole.

The X-T20 is a mirrorless, interchangeable lens APS-C camera with a 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor. It, like most of Fuji’s offerings, is styled after old film cameras with a vintage aesthetic intrinsic to its persona. It sits below this line’s flagship, the X-T2, though it has much in common with its slightly older (and higher priced) sibling. It replaces the X-T10, which occupies the space beneath the previous X-T1 flagship, and adds some important new features like a touchscreen, significantly higher sensor resolution on a third generation X-Trans sensor, and updated autofocus. …

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