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The lowest price of Fujifilm FinePix X20 Digital Camera Black is 29,999 in Flipkart, which is 23.26% less than the cost of Fujifilm FinePix X20 Digital Camera Black in Homeshop18 ( 39,090)
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Fujifilm FinePix X20 Digital Camera Black - Expert Reviews
Showing off its retro look, Fujifilm FinePix X20 is an exceptional compact camera that sports a fresh 12megapixel 2 / 3 type X-Trans CMOS II sensor coupled with a built in Phase Detection pixels together with a no low-pass filter. From the front, a beautiful 4x, 28mm - 112mm, f/2.0 – f/2.8 zoom lens is compiled with a manual zoom ring. On top of that, the camera comes with an optical viewfinder with the latest developed Digital Trans Panel. It is also capable of recording, very impressively so, full HD 1080p videos. The device also encompasses a hybrid auto focus system. For reviewing and viewing purposes, you have a decent 2.8-inch LCD monitor with a resolution of 460,000 dots. Additional features include a 12fps burst shooting mode. Others include an impressive ISO range of 100-12800, a focus peak highlight mode, a complete set of manual controls, and very dependable optical image stabilization. Fujifilm X20 can capture raw image and has an integrated hot-shoe with a manual pop-up flash, film simulation modes, amazing 360° motion panoramas with a macro mode as close as 1cm and lastly, but not the least, an electronic level gauge. The camera is pricey, but rightly so, given how it fits perfectly the categories of style and performance.
Design and Build Quality
Fujifilm X20 is ostensibly identical to the X10 predecessor model that it replaces. Coming to you in all Black or Silver/Black, the camera is an exemplar styled camera that elicits film range finders from the past with a gorgeous retro design that unambiguously everyone will fall in love with. In this time and age, where digital cameras are so pervasive, this camera shines bright all thanks to its edgy styling and its bullet proof build quality. But the look isn’t the half of it, the friendly features make it even more worthy. As the device especially the top, base plates and machined controlled dials have been built with die cast magnesium alloy, the build is stern with no flex in its chassis. It is lighter than it looks with a weight merely of 353g ( battery and memory card included) but is big enough to demand a camera pouch or a large coat pocket, measuring 117.0(W) x 69.6(H) x 56.8(D) mm. Rival cameras in the market are much smaller though. The rest it features are a few plastic buttons and control, and most prominently, the memory card / battery compartment at the bottom. The rear features a control wheel and a few buttons too.
Focus and Face Detection
Fujifilm has proven to have a speedy and responsive focusing system wherein, Fujifilm X20 is no different. The camera comprises of an ultra fast hybrid AF system with a conventional contrast detection system and also a built in Phase detection pixels. These together make it capable for the camera to lock focus in as little as 0.06seconds. This auto focus system is convincing enough for the one who prefers an automatic system over the manual one to buy this camera. As for manual focusing, you switch on the button in front of the camera and operate using the thumb wheel on the rear end for managing distance with the LCD display zooming on your subject to help you determine the sharpness. A handy blue distance scale on the bottom of the screen with a red bar indicates to you the focusing distance, and the white bar, the depth of field with changes with your line of current aperture. Additionally, the camera offers a Focus Peak Highlight function, this displays a while line right around your subject for focus, it has been an enjoyable feature. This addition makes manual focusing pleasurable than a chore.
Lens and Image Stabilization
The lens goes in as far as 4X, and a very fast aperture of f/2.0, this at a 28 mm wide angle setting and a f/2.8 on full telephoto. This is the combination with a wider range of ISO starting from 100 and lasting to a grand 3200 at full megapixel resolution, making the camera very feasible for low light shooting. This is easier than to stack up your tripod, go through managing your camera, and miss out your scenes. Not to forget, the built in optical image stabilization feature will help you tons. Diminishing the camera shakes will cause blurs thus, giving you clean pictures.
Screen and Menus
Fujifilm presents in this camera, a mediocre 2.8inches LCD screen with a sufficiently high resolution of 460,000 dots that complements very well with the rest of the camera’s high-end specifications. The screen gives a handy info view presenting all the key settings at one time, this can be changed by switching between standard or custom live view modes ,with live view offering a number of customizable options. You can silence the menu with the option given to turn the speaker off. The menu system is easy to navigate and will not trouble you much.
The camera is approved to last a good 270 shots (according to Fujifilm’s/CIPA testing). If you think this was enough, then you need to wait, because the camera can be extended to capture up to an amazing 700 shots! But for that, you will have to disable your rear screen/ eye detection sensor, and enable the power save mode and simply end up using an optical viewfinder.
The camera is capable of recording a full 1080p movie at 60fps with the available stereo sound. It is operated by selecting the Movie option on the shooting mode dial and comes with plenty of slow motion options starting from 30fps or 80fps at 640 x 480pixels, 150fps at 320 x 240pixels, and 250fps at 320 x 112pixels. You shall also have the freedom to set the aperture and shutter speed before, and not during the recording. Additionally, you can fix the Film Simulation mode for black and white effects. Continuous auto-focusing is available with manually focusing ability too. There is a HDMI port for connection to TV, although and sadly, there's no cable supplied in the box.
On the mid of the camera that is at the heart of it, all you will find yourself a fresh 12megapixel 2/3 type X-Trans CMOS II sensor. A style very common in bridge style compacts in the past but was dropped out of favor. The sensor although being larger than what is to be found in most compact cameras, does have the advantage of brining out better quality images. One must note that the sensor is not an EXR, as the predecessor carried, so all the innovative EXR options previously present are not given in this particular camera.
· Excellent image quality
· Excellent build quality and design
· Optical / Hybrid viewfinder with shooting information
· Eye-detection sensor
· f/1.8 4x optical zoom lens
· Manual controls
· Fast continuous shooting
· Q menu gives quick access to options
· Electronic level
· Printed manual and neck strap included
· High price
· Previous EXR modes not available due to new sensor
· RAW not available in some modes
Fujifilm FinePix X20 Digital Camera Black - User Reviews
I brought this product few weeks back and I am already in love with it. I wanted a replacement for my DSLR which is bulky. This is slim . It has both live view and view finder. In view finder it shows the area of focus and focus confirmation which is good. But it is little different from the DSLR autofocus points. The features are good. Like panorama, filters.
Video is good where you can scale to different fps. But along with camera you don't get any bag which I was disappointed. Paying more than 38k and no free bag. Buying a filter adapter is pain. I don't know where to buy. I am ready to pay any money . Can some one sell it also? The RAW file editer is lousy and very bad. (CD which it comes with). It comes with USB adaptor not the standard 2.5mm /3.5mm voice recorder which is the case in most DSLR camera. I need to buy and adapter. It has in inbuild voice recorder with video too but I am talking about an external one. The battery is made in China which I am not happy about. But over all great product . Feels great with manual zoom. Was also disappointed with noise performance. You begin to see grains at ISO 1600. So you will have spend some time with software to remove noise.
Pocket size DSLR and great image quality. This is the reason you have to buy.
Don't buy if you want your work to be perfect and professional. DSLR is any time good.
Money well spent
by Aishwarya Uniyal on 2015-01-15
The praise for Fujifilm's X-series been around for a while and since I was looking for a budget friendly but long term buy this camera absolutely fit the bill. The Japanese do hold a reputation when it comes to their optical instruments and electronics. If you are not a professional photographer, or have come out of the DSLR craze and need an all purpose camera to quench your love for taking pictures, this is it.
The camera is styled like the vintage Leica cameras, which have endured and captured some of the best photos ever taken. This style holds onto the function and the camera is infact, very sturdy.
It is easy to operate, though the manual is highly detailed but some features are not mentioned. These features are as detailed and flexible as they would be on a high end professional camera.
The ISO goes upto 12800 which is crazy, I tried it out on lower ISO settings at night with no artificial lighting and just the moonlight - the result was awesome. Even the auto mode makes up for different lighting situations really well and then there are different modes you can select through for different situations which is a common feature in point and shoot cameras.
The video quality is great with a different but not many modes of recording offered and a stereo mic setup in the front of the camera as well as a recording gain control lets you obtain the best audio setting for a particular situation.
The only low is the battery which, despite keeping the device on a battery saver mode (with no flash or sounds) does not hold for long. Its rating is not that high so that makes it a small package that discharges quickly but hence also takes mere 90 minutes to charge. But you can still pull out a few extra shots even after it apparently dies out with a simple trick which involves quickly switching on the camera and taking a picture before the low battery notification shows up.
I was also disappointed a bit by flipkart's delivery because I ordered this one, (black) and they delivered the silver one which is no biggie for me but might make someone else paying that buck really really mad.
Buy this camera if you are looking for a heavy-duty camera that is an ease to carry and operate while it delivers quality pictures. If you plan on going for long events or street photography expeditions, get an extra battery.
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Excellent professional level compact camera
by Rahul Mehta on 2014-10-16
One of the best compact cameras for advanced photographers who want full manual functions in a compact size. I have a Canon 5D Mark 2 as well, but cant always carry that around. This is a great substitute when you are travelling and for candid or street photography. Excellent image quality and tonnes of features. Am very happy with the purchase. Also, I got a great deal at Amazon and am not surprised, as I have been an Amazon user and fan for a long time. Recommended product - buy it now as the X30 is now out and it is bigger in size.
by Subin on 2014-03-12
The beautiful camera in the world……… I Like this Camera Stills And Video… soooper out Auto focz is 100% clear I love Thiz :)
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Fujifilm FinePix X20 Digital Camera Black Specifications
Model Name FUJIFILM X20
Sensor Type CMOS Sensor
Sensor Size 2/3-inch
Shutter Speed Range (Auto mode) 1/4 sec. to 1/4000 sec. , (All other modes) 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. 1/4000sec. at small aperture, 1/1000sec. at full aperture
Maximum Shutter Speed (Auto mode) 1/4 sec. to 1/4000 sec. , (All other modes) 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec(1/4000sec. at small aperture, 1/1000sec. at full aperture)
Minimum Shutter Speed 1/4 sec sec
Optical Zoom 4x
Digital Zoom 2x
Lens Type Fujinon 4x optical zoom lens
Auto Focus Yes
Manual Focus Yes
Focal Length f=7.1 - 28.4mm, equivalent to 28-112mm on a 35mm format
Aperture Range F2.0 (Wide) - F2.8 (Telephoto)
Color Filter Primary (RGB) Color Filter
Shooting Modes SP(Portrait, Portrait Enhancer, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night (Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Beach, Party, Flower, Text, Underwater), MODE DIAL(AUTO, ADVANCED SR AUTO, P, S, A, M, C1, C2, Movie, SP, Adv)