In addition to unveiling their new Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format mirrorless camera which will soon be available to purchase with prices for body only starting at $5,600.
Fujifilm has also announced the immanent launch of the new Fujifilm X-T20 compact camera which is capable of recording 4K Ultra HD video and comes equipped with a 24.3 million pixel CMOS III sensor.
Other features include AF-C Custom Settings for moving subjects, 24 high-performance FUJINON X-mount lenses for ultimate versatility. Fujifilm explain more :
Our XF lens line-up now features 24 lenses after today’s announcement of the FUJINON XF50mm F2 R WR. The very latest digital technologies have been used to develop X-mount lenses, which offer high-precision optical designs to deliver the highest possible image quality. The current line-up of lenses ranges from ultra wide-angle to super-telephoto and includes five fast aperture prime lenses. These lenses bring out the very best image quality from the X-T20. Optional accessories such as mount adapters and macro extension tubes further broaden photographic potential.
Taking the body styling from the highly-regarded FUJIFILM X-T10, the X-T20 adds a Video option to the Drive Dial to enable instantaneous switching from still photo shooting to the video recording mode. The Exposure Compensation Dial now has the C position for exposure compensation up to ±5 stops, while the LCD monitor uses a tilting touchscreen panel for intuitive operation at almost any angle. The X-T20 is also equipped with an Auto mode selector lever for selecting the fully-automatic Advanced SR Auto mode where the camera chooses the optimum settings for a given scene.
For full specifications and more details about the features of the new Fujifilm X-T20 compact camera jump over to the official Fujifilm press release by following the link below.
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