An express review of the Fujifilm X-T20 was just published at Neocamera. This is an intermediate-level Fujifilm mirrorless which slots itself below the professional and weatherproof X-T2 yet above the simpler X-A10. The original X-T10 reviewed here delivered a spectacular performance comparable to the then-flagship X-T1 yet in a more compact and efficient design.
The Fujifilm X-T20 launced at CES 2017 in January takes the image processing pipeline of the flagship X-T2 and places it in a body identical to the X-T10. This is one rather compact APS-C mirrorless, yet not quite as small as the recently reviewed Fujifilm X-E3. Still, it offers the same 24 megapixels X-Trans CMOS III sensor as the X-T2 and pairs it with the same X-Processor Pro. Together these can shoot continuously at 14 FPS with an electronic-shutter or 8 FPS with a mechanical one, plus it can record 4K Ultra-HD video as can be seen right here:
The 24 MP APS-C sensor in the X-T20 offers a 325-Point hybrid autofocus system which combines Phase-Detect and Contrast-Detect AF. This camera offers a good number of features and an impressive number of controls for its size, including dual control-dials, plus dedicated EC, Shutter-Speed and Drive Mode dials. The body is equipped with a large 2.4 megapixels 0.39″ EVF with 0.62X magnification, 100% coverage and an Eye-Start Sensor.