Admiringlight (one of my favorite reviewers on the web) just shared his full X-T20 review… and it’s a very positive one. As I already said, I think the X-T20 hits the sweet spot in the X-lineup, and is currently the camera with the best value for money… and not only in the Fuji world!
Here are Jordan’s Pros and Cons:
- Solidly constructed body
- Excellent control layout, with dedicated dials and programmable buttons
- Clear, detailed and low-lag EVF
- Excellent autofocus in both single shot and continuous mode, with wide AF point coverage and customizable continuous AF modes
- Fully featured, with Wi-Fi connectivity, a built-in intervalometer, art filters, panorama stitching, multiple exposures and more
- 24 Megapixel sensor has excellent dynamic range, great detail and reasonably low noise for an APS-C sensor
- 8 fps burst rate with AF tracking and a deep buffer
- Great manual focus aids
- 4K Video
- Excellent rear touch screen
- Can charge through the USB port
- Great electronic shutter capabilities, as fast as 1/32,000 second.
- Excellent value
- The grip is quite small, and combined with an imperfect rear thumb grip placement makes the camera handle awkwardly with larger lenses
- EVF is smaller than some of the competition
- Bracketing at +/- 2 stops for 3 shots only
- Buttons on the top of the camera are a bit small and mushy.
Read the Full Review at admiringlight here.
GFX, X100F and X-T20
- Home. Acros. GFX 50S at laroquephoto
- Hassselblad 150/3.2 on Fujiflim GFX-50S at blog.kasson
- Nikon 105 mm f/1.4 on Fuji GFX-50S at blog.kasson
- Otus 85 f/1.4, Zeiss & Nikon 135 f/2 FF lenses on Fuji GFX-50S blog.kasson
- Fujifilm X100F & Kodalith Film Emulation by Kevin Mullins at f16.click
- Fuji X-T20 Playing with film simulation at Omar Gonzalez Photography youtube