The FUJIFILM X-A20 features a compact and lightweight design, and the 16.3 megapixel sensor combines FUJIFILM’s more than 80 years of color reproduction technology to demonstrate the high image quality of the X Series. In addition, the FUJIFILM X-A20 is equipped with a 3.0-inch selfie screen with touch control, making it an ideal entry-level camera.
A new choice for entry-level cameras: Fujifilm introduces the compact and lightweight digital camera "FUJIFILM X-A20"
3.0-inch 180-degree tilting LCD screen (1,040K-dot)
Compact And Stylish
The compact and lightweight FUJIFILM X-A20 sports a retro design.
The rear LCD employs the slide-and-tilt mechanism so that even when it is tilted by 180 degrees, the LCD is not blocked by the camera, allowing for 100% visibility. The grip is shaped to accommodate both normal shooting and self-portraits. When taking a self portrait, you can focus and release the shutter by pressing the vertical command dial found directly below your index finger to minimize camera shake. Rotating the tilting LCD upward by 180 degrees activates the Eye Detection AF to automatically adjust the focus on the subject’s eyes. The FUJIFILM X-A20 also features the Portrait Enhancer mode for natural and beautiful skin-tone reproduction.
When fitted with the supplied lens “XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ” it can focus on a subject at a distance of approx. 5cm from the front edge of the lens for class leading macro capability in its class.
Create that perfect analog look and feel using one of our 6 unique film simulation modes.
New Touchscreen Operation
The LCD monitor features a touchscreen panel for intuitive control, just like a smartphone.
Super Intelligent Flash
The built-in pop-up flash supports the Super Intelligent Flash system that accurately controls light output according to individual scenes. When shooting indoor portraits in low-light, small items or food, the flash system reduces highlight clipping to produce images exactly as your eyes see them. Natural colors and brightness are also achieved when shooting backlit scenes or photographing a person under intense sunlight that casts strong shadows on the face.