I can’t emphasise enough how much I like the look and feel of this camera. Besides being super stylish, it has so many other features its user gets to enjoy. The X-T20 is really small compared to other cameras in its league, which took some getting used to. But after shooting a bit I got really comfortable with this delicate yet powerful piece of photographic equipment. Walking through the streets of Mozambique, I felt comfortable having it by my side and asking people if I could snap a photo. It came across as less intrusive; people hardly even noticed that I had a camera with me.
Tilting LCD & Touch Screen
At first, I thought that the screen just tilted out slightly but after my husband played around a bit, he showed me that it could actually tilt out completely! I hardly used the touch screen, because I kept forgetting to. So it’s something to get used to.
Filters & Film Simulation
Now this, I enjoyed! It gave me the opportunity to play around and with 8 filters and 15 different Film Simulation options, the possibilities are endless. But since I found my favourite film simulation quite quickly, I still haven’t explored all of them.
For some reason, I forgot about the Fuji’s video mode. The image and sound quality are really good; you can change settings such as aperture and exposure compensation during recording and with cool video effect, I’m sure to shoot more video!
The XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R LM OIS zoom lens is a very versatile lens. It is perfect for the travelling or street photographer, but also works perfectly for portraiture, and cityscapes to natural environments. And the large aperture *gosh! has the loveliest bokeh.