The Fujifilm X-A20 is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera that sits at the lower end of the price spectrum for Fujifilm’s X-series lineup of products.

The letter “A” in its name indicates that it is part of the beginner line-up, which places it below the pricier X-A5 model. As a result, the build quality and specifications are not quite as good as those of the higher-priced model.

When compared to the sensor found in the X-A5, which has 24.2 megapixels, this model’s Bayer APS-C sensor only has 16.3 megapixels.

It is compatible with the Fujifilm X lens mount and can be purchased in a bundle with the XC 15-45 mm F3.5-5.6 OIS PZ power zoom kit lens.

This is a more affordable version of the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 lens that typically comes bundled with Fujifilm’s more advanced cameras; however, it is the same lens that is available to purchase separately alongside the X-A5.

Other features include a touch-sensitive tilting screen, which is a key differentiation from the earlier X-A10 camera that the X-A20 effectively replaces in certain regions. Other regions will continue to use the X-A10.

The only other significant distinction between the X-A10 and the X-A20 cameras is that the latter comes in an additional colorway of menthol green. Other than that, this is the only difference.

In contrast to the X-A5, there is not a hotshoe for attaching external accessories; however, there is a pop-up flash that is built right into the camera.

The X-A20 has a number of useful features, including the ability to record Full HD 1080p video at 30/25/24 frames per second for up to 14 minutes, Wi-Fi connectivity, manual and semi-automatic exposure modes, and more.

It is possible to purchase the Fujifilm X-A20 in the United Kingdom for approximately £259. This price includes the 15-45mm PZ lens, making it over £100 less expensive than the X-A5.

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