The Fuji X20 offers a significant upgrade over the previously reviewed Fuji Finepix X10 with an all-new 2/3″ X-Trans CMOS II sensor which features a unique color-filter-array that requires no anti-alias-filter and is not susceptible to moire artifacts. This sensor also includes built-in phase-detect autofocus, the same system used by DSLRs which is extremely rare in small cameras. The X20 preserves the unique lens offered by its predecessor. This 4X wide-angle optical zoom lens is stabilied and has both a bright maximum aperture and a mechanical zoom ring, making it quiet and infinitely precise.
The X20 also introduces yet-another unique feature with its optical tunnel viewfinder than can highlight focus areas and show exposure parameters thanks to an LCD layer. There is also a 2.8″ LCD with 460K pixels on the back.
Read the detailed review to find out how it performs and compares to other premium compact digital cameras.