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Fujifilm X-T20 review

Most of the X-T2's features, without the sky-high price tag

5 Star Rating

Fujifilm X-T20 specifications


Sensor: 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor (23.6 x 15.6mm)

Crop factor: 1.5x

Memory: 1x SD card slot

Viewfinder: OLED EVF, 2,360k dots

Max Video resolution: 4K 3,840 x 2,160

ISO range: 200-12,800, expandable to 100-51,200

Autofocus points: Hybrid phase-detection/contrast AF, 91 AF points, 49 cross-type

Max burst rate: 14fps (electronic shutter), 8fps (mechanical shutter)

LCD screen: Tilting 3-inch touchscreen TFT, 1,040k dots

Shutter speeds: 30-1/4,000 sec, Bulb, T (mechanical), 4-1/32,000 sec (electronic)

Weight: 383g (body only, with battery and memory card)

Dimensions: 118 x 83 x 41mm

Power supply : NP-W126S lithium-ion battery (supplied)

Lab tests

We use Imatest and DxO Analyzer hardware and software to test cameras for their colour accuracy (colour error) signal to noise ratio (the amount of noise in the images) and dynamic range (their ability to capture detail in very bright and dark areas). We also pick three rival cameras to test them against. 

Colour error

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Signal to noise ratio

Again, all four cameras are pretty close for noise control, but the X-T20 is at the front of the pack and marginally better than the ‘old’ X-T1, despite the increase in resolution.

Dynamic range

Another close result. The X-T20’s results have not been compromised by the higher resolution – though the smaller sensor of the Olympus delivers some great figures.