Fujifilm X20

Basic Specs

Camera type Point-and-shoot
Sensor type CMOS
Effective pixels 12 megapixels
RAW support RAW
Supported media SD, SDHC, SDXC

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Tech Specs

Hardware

Camera type Point-and-shoot
Width 4.61 inches
Height 2.76 inches
Depth 2.24 inches
Weight 0.78 pounds
Color Black, Black / Silver

Sensor

Size 2/3"
Sensor type CMOS
Effective pixels 12 megapixels

Controls

Minimum ISO 100
Maximum ISO 12800
Fastest shutter speed (1/n seconds) 4000
Slowest shutter speed (n seconds) 30 seconds
Max. continuous shooting speed 12 FPS

Display

Size 2.8 inches
Resolution 460000 dots
Built-in viewfinder Yes

Video

Video capture Yes
Max. resolution 1080p
Standard framerate(s) 30, 60
Slow motion framerate 250 FPS

Software

Supported video formats H.264
RAW support RAW

Lens

Widest aperture / f-stop 2
Optical zoom 4 x
Digital zoom 2 x

Storage

Supported media SD, SDHC, SDXC

Audio

Built-in speaker Yes
Built-in microphone Yes

Ports

Connection(s) USB, HDMI mini

Battery

Model NP-50
Removable Yes

Flash

Flash Yes (Built-in)

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  • 8.0
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    Reviewed by froesei (Currently owns)

    I own a DSLR and enjoy using it, but wanted something smaller to carry with me more often, and not feel badly about the image quality I might be sacrificing. After hours and hours of research, I decided on the X20. There are lots of options out there, and categories are becoming more and more blurred, whether it's an advanced compact, micro four thirds system, or even smaller DSLR's. But for me, the X20 provided the excellent image quality I needed, the control over the images I was taking (including shooting in raw), and a gorgeous package with great build quality with which to take them. The new sensor and processor is significantly better and faster than the X10, and the AF speed is incredible for a camera of its kind. There are tonnes of pro reviews out there, so I don't need to get too technical here. But it's a really fun, high quality camera to use that won't leave you disappointed with the results. If anyone has any questions I'd be happy to answer them.

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