Price £799 (body only)
FujiFilm’s X-T20 succeeds 2015’s X-T10 model and brings with it improvements that are, at least in part, borrowed from Fujifilm’s flagship X-T2 model. This includes Fujifilm’s latest X-Trans CmOs ii sensor, which provides 24.3mP of effective resolution. This is paired with Fujifilm’s most recent X Processor Pro image processor to provide a native sensitivity range of isO 200-12,800 that can be further expanded to isO 100-51,200. While burst shooting remains at a steady 8fps using the mechanical shutter, the X-T20 can also shoot at up to 14fps via its electronic shutter.
The X-T20’s hybrid autofocus system has also been improved and now employs a total of 91 AF points, compared to 49 on the X-T10. The new AF module includes 49 phasedetection AF points, located in the central portion of the viewfinder. The rear lCD display also benefits from a slightly higher resolution (1.04m- dots vs 922k- dots) while adding tilt and touchscreen control to the mix. last but not least, the X-T20 is also capable of recording 4K video whereas the X-T10 maxed out at 1080p Full HD capture.
The X-T20 retains the same 2.36m- dot electronic viewfinder, which provides 100% coverage at a magnification of 0.62x. in terms of design, the X-T20 shares the same stylish retro-rangefinder aesthetic of its predecessor, with milled aluminium dials on the top-plate and dual control wheels providing a pleasingly tactile user experience. unlike its senior relative, the X-T2, the X-T20 is not weather sealed and isn’t supported by a battery grip.
Price £ 799 (body only) 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor ISO 200-12,800 (expandable to ISO 100-51,200) 14fps continuous shooting (via electronic shutter) 3in, 1.04m-dot tiltable touchscreen LCD 4K video capture