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Fujifilm X20 12 MP Digital Camera with 2.8-Inch LCD (Silver)
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Hello, in all honesty, both cameras will provide very similar performance. There may be slight color rendition differences based on each manufacturer's profile, but what is "better" in that case is purely subjective. If one were to take a series of pictures with both cameras, at the same time, of the same subject material, print them out and place them on a table, it would be nearly impossible to tell the difference. Essentially what that means is that both cameras are very good, and you would likely be just as happy with either camera since the image quality will be equally high in both. Thanks, and let us know if you have any other questions.
May 10, 2013 by Norman Camera
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end of march to beginning of april. this IS the retro camera to watch for 2013!
Mar 16, 2013 by W. Greene
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I assume you mean wide and/or teleconverter add-ons, like the WCL-X100 wide converter for the X-100s? If so, no, there are none offered by Fuji. That said, you could buy the filter adapter set from Fuji or a 3rd party, and then add any number of generic converters; quality would likely suffer, though. Mostly curious: what is your intended use case? Perhaps there is a better solution (camera) for you.
May 30, 2013 by Nathan D Jedinak
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Yes with a Mobi Eye-fi card that you can purchase on Amazon
Apr 24, 2014 by mofmd
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There are 3 burst modes: 3fps, 6 fps, and 9 fps. In max resolution with JPG+RAW storing, I can get about 10 continuous pictures. I assume it's higher if you go to less data intensive modes
Oct 21, 2013 by This is a name
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JAPAN
Jun 24, 2014 by Didier Mazier
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I'm not familiar with the Canon but I do own the Fuji X20. It's my favorite walk-around camera and the images are great. It's a workhorse wrapped in a small, light package. Great camera. I also own the Fuji XPro1 and even use that one for studio work. Fuji images are simply wonderful.
Dec 13, 2013 by Colorado Mtn Guy
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The X20 performs very well in low light because of it's fast 2.0-2.8 lens and great optical image stabilization. One would have to pay close to $1000 for a DSLR zoom lens as fast as this compacts zoom lens!
May 30, 2013 by Ranchibi
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The X20 has a very good fixed lens--equivalent to 28-112 mm--and a fast f/2-2.8. Truthfully that's all you need for 90% of all pictures, and you can master the menus to get a super-macro at the wider focal lengths. As far as "bokeh," you need to put this camera on aperture-preferred setting (A), set your aperture, and have the camera set the shutter speed. You can get a good "bokeh" at 50-112 mm. equivalents at f/2-2.8. Be sure to use the face-recognition mode if using portraits, or set your camera to focus on the eyes. You can download a .pdf of the manual from Fuji--this has a search function and is very easy to use on your computer or mobile device!
Jan 9, 2014 by Carl Ian Schwartz
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The zoom ring is 48.75mm. Very close to the body is a fixed ring where the lens attaches that is approx. 55mm, but this is only 4mm from the body.
Dec 11, 2013 by Jon R
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