Of the three cameras in Fujifilm’s January announcement, I was most interested to review the X-T20. Partly because I’d liked the X-T10, partly because I loved the X-T2, partly because it supported 4K video. I have three videos about the X-T20 for you – the review; a side-by side comparison with the X-T2; and the video settings to select if you’re in a hurry to get shooting.
Check the U$ price of the X-T20 at B&H
You’ll find the photos used in the video on flickr, where you can review the EXIF data.
Comparing the X-T20 to the X-T2
Best Video Settings for the X-T20
Behind the Scenes
On camera scenes are recorded with a Fujifilm X-T2 with the XF 16-55 lens, and the VPB-XT2 grip. The beauty shots and close-ups were recorded with the X-T2 with the XF60mm macro lens and the Sony A6300 with the 35mmF1.8 and the 30mmF3.5 macro lenses.
Menus were recorded using an Atomos Shogun. The scenes are edited, and may be slowed or speeded up, but not where the speed is material to understanding or appreciating the operation.
I use a Rodelink Filmmaker wireless kit for on camera audio, a Rode NT USB for narration. I edit on a 5K iMac.
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For your guidance
The products reviewed are on loan, and returned after the review unless otherwise mentioned. I am not sponsored by any manufacturer. The X-T20 kit was on loan from Fujifilm.
My relationship with Fujfilm: In exchange for assistance with their video production, Fujifilm has provided the extended loan of a Fuji X-T2, XF-16-55 and XF50-140 lenses.
I am not compensated for my reviews except through Google Adwords. The B&H links are affiliate links, I do receive a small commission – but please do not allow this to influence your purchase decision.
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