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The Fuji X20 is the update to Fuji X10, giving compact camera users another high quality option to consider. It’s a classic-styled point-and-shoot camera with advanced control options. This time around, it features a 12MP 2/3" X-Trans sensor that offers great image quality in a wide range of conditions. While the X10 suffered from somewhat slow autofocus performance, the X20 sees the addition of on-chip phase detection AF, greatly improving performance and accuracy. It has a fast, optically stabilized 28-112mm (35mm equivalent) f/2-2.8 manual zoom lens that gives users the feeling of shooting with an SLR zoom lens but in a much more compact body. There are the typical point-and-shoot scene modes, which work quite well for beginners, as well as a few advanced EXR shooting modes which enable the camera to record high-quality images in harsh shooting conditions. The camera offers users the ability to shoot with a built-in optical viewfinder or compose shots using the 2.8" rear LCD via live-view. There is a dedicated RAW button to easily switch between RAW and JPEG formats as well as a built-in pop-up fill flash. Other features include 1080p HD video recording (up to 60fps at full resolution), multiple film simulation modes, Motion Panarama mode, built-in electronic horizon level, and four diverse auto-bracketing modes. In comparison to the X10, the X20 also gains an ‘Advanced Optical Viewfinder’ that’s capable of displaying overlaid exposure information. It takes SDHC/XC memory cards for large storage capabilities.
The X20 is designed for users who want very high quality images in a point-and-shoot that they can take where DSLRs would be a burden. It’s controls are quite thorough for even the most demanding photogs while still offering many scene modes for those who just want to pick up and shoot. It’s ideal for vacations or a day out walking around where you may want to take photos.
We stock both black and silver bodies. If you have a preference, please specify in the Special Instructions box and we will provide the color of your choice if it is in stock. If you do not specify, you could receive either color.
When the Fuji X10 was released, it was a very good option within the high-end compact camera market. It had its downfalls, but it was still a solid performer. With the X20, you get an X-Trans sensor similar to the one found found in the X-Pro1, X-E1, and X100s, but at a reduced size. While it doesn’t have the same image quality and high ISO performance as the above mentioned cameras, it’s still quite good for a P&S. Autofocus is much better this time around, and the focus confirmation and exposure information in the optical viewfinder make it truly useful now. While the Sony RX100 gives it a run for the money in terms of image quality, the X20 has a better lens and the optical viewfinder could be enough of a reason to go with the Fuji. It you’re looking for a compact P&S, the X20 is a strong candidate.
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