So you have just bought the new X-T20, taken a few pics, played with the menus, but somehow feel lost or not sure how to best utilise some of the options available. Well, you’re in luck, read on and I will take you through each setting and explain what each does, what your choices are, what I personally have and for what reason. Maybe my settings will suit your style of photography maybe not, either way, I'm sure you will find most of the info helpful.
NOTE: This article is an update from 2 years ago
Mirrorless cameras, especially those from Fuji, are changing the way Pro photographers are working! And if you are a DSLR user and think I’m exaggerating, then you are in denial LOL. The biggest and most dramatic advantage of mirrorless cameras, is the EVF. The second biggest advantage comes exclusively from Fujifilm, and that is the in camera RAW converter with its most beautiful film simulations.
UPDATED: This article was updated with new info and had some corrections done 16/4/2017
NOTE: I got a chance to use a friends X-T20 and thought I pass on my honest first impressions and how I felt it compared with the X-T1 which im very familiar with.
For starters, i dont think anyone reading this doesnt already know that the X-T20 is pretty much the poor mans X-T2. With that said, I should poiint out, this is no "cheap-feeling" camera, though it does have it its fair share of plastic, but thankfully the fully specced tech specs and those manual controls and dials help to make this a more serious tool. Basically the Fujifilm X-T20 shares the same 24MP sensor and image processor as the X-T2 / X-Pro2, much of the the same speed and improved autofocus system, and some of the 4K video goodness for those who care, making this a serious buy for the amateur, the enthusiast and the semi-pro.