Fujifilm has today revealed an update to their mid-level camera, the X-T20.

With this update, Fujifilm has added more resolution, the ability to capture 4K video, a touchscreen around the back, and a faster autofocus speed.

It also features a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor, which has no low-pass filter to allow for better sharpness in your captures, as well as a slightly tuned colour array arrangement that attempts to remove any inaccurate colours in your photos.

X-T20 has also received a huge autofocus update, now featuring 325 focus points in full or in 91-point arrangements. 49 of these are phase-detection points that can be arranged to the centre 40 percent of the focus area.

If you take a look around the back of the camera you will also find the new 3-inch 1.04m-dot tilt-angle touchscreen LCD display as well as the new 2.39-dot centrally aligned electronic viewfinder.

If you fancy all of this then you should mark February 23rd, 2017 on your calendar. It will be available then for £799 for the body-only.

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