Fujifilm X-T20 packs all you could ask for from digital camera
The compact and lightweight camera body, which sits comfortably in your hand, is both fun and simple to use. The Fujifilm X-T20 offers fully manual operation thanks to a shutter speed dial, exposure compensation dial, drive dial and other controls that have become synonymous with the X Series. Combinations of settings on the shutter speed dial and the lens's aperture ring allow you to set exposure modes including program, shutter priority, aperture priority and manual even when the camera is turned off.
The exposure compensation dial enables compensation of up to ±3 stops in 1/3 steps; putting the dial to the "C" position allows exposure compensation of up to ±5 stops using the front command dial. Exposure can be precisely adjusted while checking the effect on the EVF. Advanced SR AUTO is for intelligent, fully-automatic shooting. The X-T20 features a 2.36M-dot organic EL electronic viewfinder with four dedicated lens elements for a clear, high resolution image showing 100% of the image area that can be viewed even in bright outdoor conditions.
The camera will then automatically select the optimum autofocus and exposure settings from 58 presets, including "Landscape", "Night Landscape", "Beach", "Sunset", "Blue Sky", "Portrait" and "Moving Subject". All you have to do is press the shutter release. This mode is perfect for situations where it is difficult to choose the right exposure settings or when you just want to take quick shots. You can also select a specific preset of your choice.
The Fujifilm X-T20 features a 3.0-inch 1.04M-dot tilting TFT color LCD monitor with a 3:2 aspect ratio. The dot count is the same as the LCD monitors used in flagship models. The Fujifilm X-T20 features Fujifilm's X-Trans CMOS III, a 24.3-megapixel APS-C sized sensor. The Fujifilm X-T20's X-Processor Pro image processing engine delivers a processing speed roughly 4x faster than previous models. The increased buffer memory boosts performance, drawing out the best from the X-Trans CMOS III sensor.
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