Fujifilm X-T20

Announced Jan 19, 2017 •
24 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
isoamandeep

I have always admired photography. But unfortunately for me, most cameras just don't inspire me to get out there and shoot. That is until I got my hands on Fujifilm cameras. I love the ability to set and play with the exposure triangle settings on this camera, even while its off. It has given me a great feel for photography and how to effectively alter settings for the best shot. Something I had a hard time grasping from previous experiences with Nikon / Canon DSLRs. I also love the size of ...

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alfaholic
 

When I decided to move from Nikon to Fuji X-T2 was my first choice, but it was too expensive so I decided it is better to buy X-T20 with more lenses than spend all money on camera body. There was not store with one unpacked close to me, and no one wanted to unpack one for me just to see how big and usable is the EVF, which was my major concern, but after seeing some second hand X-T10 I decided to make the move and buy it. I was worried about EVF size and usability, also the small seize ...

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I can't say enough how much I enjoy using this small camera. It's a no brainer if someone is on budget but still want a great Fuji camera, this is it. IQ and features are top notch given what Fuji can offer. The flexibility of buttons and dials customization make this camera a joy to use. The only complain is that the grip is so small and I have to add a hand grip to make it comfortable to hold. The EVF is smaller than it's big brother but its never a problem to me. AF is super fast and with ...

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I've been mainly shooting with a Canon 70D over the last year, as I downsize from Canon 5D MKII and my 5D original with battery grip when I do weddings.  I note this because my hands are used to a lot of space.  I've been wanting to downsize even further as I start to travel more, especially when we plan to hike while away.  Smaller camera, smaller lenses means smaller tripods, smaller bags ... all equalling less weight.  Without a lens, this camera with battery and memory card is only ...

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ybenami
 

I bought the X-T20 with the 18-55" kit lens and another 35mm-equivalent prime lens a few days before my summer vacation.  I loved the small size and the overall favorable reviews and lens choices.  Unfortunately, I was in for a big disappointment. Halfway into my vacation, the screen started freezing / flickering and shortly thereafter it stopped working altogether.  By "it" I mean the camera, not just the screen.  Here I am, a week into my vacation with a brand new $1,500 camera (all-in), ...

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iczemi

I am trying to replace my old Canon G16 with a new and higher performance camera. I kinda stopped over these two: Canon EOS M6 and Fujifilm XT20. The first one is a bit cheaper, considering similar lens power (18-150 mm and 18-135 mm respectively), but the second one seems to have better quality pictures. I am still trying to decide which one. If anyone can give me some advice it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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Ok so here are my thoughts after 1 week days with thet X-T20 + 18-55 The past two years my tools where an Olympus EM10, and then a D7200. Both are great. After returning to a DSLR, i used a D50 before, the EM10 just was not goed enough for me. The weight and size of the D7200 is limiting it's use, so i wanted something small on the side. -When i first saw it real life, i was very happy that i choose the grey one, which was a big gamble for me at the time. It looks better than on pictures ...

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