As you know, the X-T20 is a budget-friendly and stripped-down version of the flagship X-T2. According to the traditional features of this series, the X-T20 lacks the weather sealing.
Even so, the stylish, lightweight mirrorless camera gains several X-T2 features, including the 24MP sensor and its advanced autofocus system. The X-T20 can also shoot UHD 4K video at up to 30 fps.
First Fujifilm X-T20 Reviews, Samples
Immediately after the announcement of the Fujifilm X-T20, we have had various reviews here. We compared Fuji X-T20 with X-T10 vs X-T2 and Sony A6500 to see the differences between them. Now we will look at other Fujifilm X-T20 reviews on the internet.
If you are interested in samples taken with the Fuji X-T20, we recommend that you first take a look at the high resolution images on the Dpreview site. See the official samples here.
Fujifilm X-T20 reviews roundup
PhotographyBlog has posted a very detailed review of Fuji X-T20. Their conclusion:
In conclusion, the Fujifilm X-T20 offers a lot of the X-T2’s core functionality at a much more attractive price-point, which together with the new touchscreen should make the X-T20 appeal to an even wider audience. Highly Recommended!
DPReview published their full in-depth review for the Fujifilm X-T20 camera. The mirrorless shooter achieved an impressive 82% overall score and Silver Award from the experts at DPReview. See their conclusion below.
Excellent JPEG quality, especially color
Good high ISO noise performance
Build quality is solid for camera in this price range
Dynamic range is very good, though not class-leading
Numerous direct controls
Responsive AF system with up to 325 selectable points
High resolution EVF
Great Film Simulation modes
8 fps burst shooting w/continuous AF
UHD 4K/30p video capture
Exposure compensation available when using Auto ISO with manual exposure
External mic input
Camera can be charged over USB connection; external charger included
Small phase detection area compared to peers
Hunting can be an issue with continuous autofocus in low light
AF tracking performance is variable
No histogram, face detection (in 4K) or zebra warnings in movie mode
Auto mode switch can be flipped too easily, leading to loss of custom settings and Raw
Joystick for positioning AF point would’ve been nice
Fn button difficult to reach, even harder to press
Can’t access memory card slot while camera is on a tripod