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Compatible with Fujifilm's X Series Compact System Cameras, FUJINON's XF lens range is renowned for its high precision engineering and superb quality. Find out more about the current line-up.
The FUJIFILM X-T20 features a 2.36M-dot organic EL electronic viewfinder. It uses 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 EVF has a smooth display thanks to a frame rate of 54.54fps and a time-lag of 0.005sec. It also shows the effects of Film Simulation and exposure settings in real time, so you can take photos knowing exactly how the image will turn out. This capability to reflect settings can be turned on and off; when turned off, the view replicates natural tones exactly as if viewed by the naked eye.
EVF brightness is automatically controlled according to the shooting conditions for maximum viewing comfort. All the items displayed in the viewfinder can be turned ON or OFF for a customized view.
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. It's easy to view, even in bright outdoor conditions, making it comfortable to shoot both stills and video. The monitor tilts up and down allowing you to shoot while holding the camera at waist level or from high/low angles. All shooting information displayed in the LCD monitor can be turned off if you want to concentrate on your subject and the LCD monitor sits flush to the body when not in use, so it doesn't compromise the FUJIFILM X-T20's sleek lines.
While shooting, the FUJIFILM X-T20's touch screen can be used for "Touch Focus", "Focus Area Selection" and "Touch Shot". During playback, intuitive controls include swiping the screen to fast-forward video, and double-tapping it to zoom in and out.