Three Mirrorless Cameras That Are Perfect Travelling Companions (2)

The X-T20 has an intuitive dial control and gives vivid pictures

2: Fujifilm X-T20 (18-55mm lens kit)

Sensor: 23.6 x 15.6 mm, 24.3 MP
Mount: Fujifilm X Mount
Screen: 3.0 type, 1.04 million dots
Wi-Fi: Yes
Size: 118.4 x 82.8 x 31.9 mm (W x H x D)
Effective pixels: 24.3 MP
Continuous shooting: 14 fps
Maximum ISO: 51200
Weight: 383 g

Its unique sensor, X-Trans CMOS III, produces high-resolution images. The design is built around dials that you can twist to adjust settings even when the camera is off. The body is a little big. It is the only camera that features an EVF in the three models we are looking at in this series.

Shot with ACROS, a new feature of film simulation. It gives black and white images in rich tones.
It has a video shooting mode in the drive dial on the top. It takes really good 4K 30p videos that last for about 10 minutes.
X-Trans CMOS III offers a highly precise 325-point phase detection AF.


It is hard to put the camera in a thin bag because of the large kit lens. Better to prepare a travel bag or a camera bag.


A switch is at the bottom of the shutter button, allowing you to turn on the camera and take a shot with just one finger. It boots very quickly.


There are electronic dials in front and back, so it is easy to adjust exposure. It has an Auto Mode Switch Lever, allowing for fully automatic shooting.

Score: 80/100

(design: 16, cost-effectiveness: 16, video: 21, portability: 11, image quality: 16)

It takes the longest 4K videos in the three models. Although its price is higher than the other two, the quality of the body and functionality are excellent. Its performance is high. Colour reproduction is vivid. It looks cool.

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