Fujifilm X-T20 Mirrorless Digital Camerasearch

Fujifilm X-T20 Mirrorless Digital Camera

Fujifilm X-T20 Mirrorless Digital Camera

bookmark_borderSave
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our members, we must agree to hide our prices externally.


Add a comment...
I've love to see the kit with the 18-55mm lens. That's the reason I've held off on previous drops
cheaper on bestbuy, and with free shipping or even pick it up in store. massdrop you should be able to do better....
https://www.bestbuy.com/site/fujifilm-x-series-x-t20-mirrorless-camera-with-xc16-50mmf3-5-5-6-ois-ii-lens-silver/5760800.p?skuId=5760800
Load 2 more comments
It's $978 after tax on Bestbuy (In CA) Vs. $950 on massdropp .
FLVX
ahh forgot about tax, thanks for correcting me
The X-E3 is a better option in Fuji midrange (hopefully we'll see a drop soon), and you can expect the X-T2 to come down in price when the new X-H1 ships in March.
fazalmajid
any estimate for how much the XT-2 will come down in price?
hiking_biking_potato
At least $200, not officially but via quasi-permanent ”special offers”
It doesn't ship to outside the US. So very sad
Prices as of Sunday of 1/21/2018
search
Note: The description is wrong. "It can record up to 30 minutes of video in 4K or full HD 1080p at 14 frames per second." is not true. It records 1080p at 60fps and 4k at 30. 4K recording is up to approx 10min, 1080p up to 15min, and 720p up to 30 min. The 14fps stated is continuous shooting (as in full photos).
The full specs can be found here: http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/x/fujifilm_x_t20/specifications/
How long does the shipping takes inside the US?
I wouldn't really recommend video as a good option for Fujifilm unless you're going with the larger X-T2. I love the shooting experience with Fujifilm, lot of manual dials. Great for stills.
I have owned the X-T20 for ~9 months. Paired with one of the kit lenses, it's one of the best values on the market. Many professionals are still sticking to their Canons or Nikons for valid reasons but everyone who uses a Fuji all seem to agree how much fun they are for personal use. Fuji glass is no slouch and the lineup just keeps growing. I usually just pair it with a prime lens (a lot of street photography) to keep things light and never really left wanting too much more. There is so much the x-t20 platform offers for the pricepoint. Like said below though, video can be a concern though, especially if something like vlogging is your goal but my focus is mainly photos.
n0meh9
Fuji glass is amazing for the most part. Compares well with the Canon L lenses I had.
I know I am a bias party here since I work in the camera repair department for Fuji but the t20 is a great little camera. Shoots really nice 4k in 24p with really nice dynamic range and anti aliasing and of course amazing colors. For stills it is a treat, super portable but with a boat load of features and great physical controls. And again I am bias as he'll but then glass you would put on this guy natively is way better than what your going to be looking at on a similar sized and priced Panasonic. The 18-55mm is a killer all around video and stills lens. Note I'm really not a spokes person for the company, just a mass drop user excited to see a great product pop up.
Unimpressive FPS recording in HD for cameras in this price range, keep this in mind if your a video buff.
Nash7
The initial description is wrong, If you read the actual specs, it records 1080p at 60fps and 4k at 30. The 14fps stated is continuous shooting (as in full photos). Also 4k recording is up to 10min, 1080p up to 15min, and 720p up to 30 min. They really got the description wrong this time.
Add a comment...