Last update on: March 6th, 2019
Since its announcement in early 2015, the X-T1 has been one of Fujifilm’s most popular cameras. It is for this reason that the company released a smaller version one and a half years later – the X-T10 – that was priced more attractively despite having the same the image quality and autofocus performance as the X-T1.
When the third generation of X series cameras was revealed in January 2016, it was only natural for Fujifilm to embrace the same strategy. This time it took just seven months for the brand to announce the X-T20, a smaller version of the flagship X-T2 that once again has the same performance as its older sibling but comes at a more attractive price.