06 Mar Fujifilm X-T20 Review
Source: Fujifilm Insider
The new Fujifilm X-T20 is smaller, lighter and “squarer” than the X-T2, soliciting admiring looks and comments wherever it went, especially in the silver and black guise that we reviewed. One of the key differences between the X-T2 and X-T20 is that the latter is still not weather-proof, which is in keeping with its mid-range status, but something that’s important to note if you’re deciding between the two. Another key difference is the X-T20’s high-resolution OLED electronic viewfinder. Although it offers the same 2.36m dot resolution as the X-T2, the magnification is only 0.62x rather than 0.77x. Still, with a very short lag-time of just 0.005 sec, in practice it answers one of the most common complaints about electronic viewfinders.
The Fujifilm X-T20 is another very well-built X-series camera, with almost no flex or movement in its chassis thanks to the die-cast magnesium alloy top and base plates and machined aluminium control dials. At the same time, it’s actually a little lighter than a cursory glance might suggest, weighing in at 383g body only with the battery and memory card fitted and measuring 118.4mm (W) x 82.8mm (H) x 41.4mm (D)….
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