Fujifilm’s X-S20 camera for vloggers launches

Fujifilm has recently launched its latest camera, the X-S20, which is designed to cater to the needs of vloggers. Fujifilm’s X-S20 camera comes with a dedicated dial that allows users to switch between different video modes, including Vlog mode, making it easier to capture high-quality footage.

The camera also features Fujifilm’s lovely retro design, a real plus in terms of comfort and size.

The X-S20 is equipped with a 26.1-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and an X-Processor 5 image processing engine, which together deliver exceptional image quality. The camera also features a 3.0-inch vari-angle LCD touchscreen that can be flipped out and rotated to help vloggers frame their shots.

One of the standout features of the X-S20 is its dedicated Vlog dial, which allows users to switch between different video modes with ease. The dial includes options for 4K/30p, Full HD/240p, and Full HD/120p, as well as a slow-motion mode that can capture footage at up to 960 frames per second.

Fujifilm’s X-S20 camera: Additional Features

The camera also comes with a range of other features that are designed to make vlogging easier. For example, it has a built-in microphone jack and a headphone jack, which allow users to monitor their audio levels and ensure that their sound is clear and crisp. It also has a built-in image stabilization system that helps to reduce camera shake and ensure that footage is smooth and steady.

In addition to its vlogging capabilities, the X-S20 is also a versatile stills camera. It has a fast autofocus system that can track moving subjects, as well as a range of film simulation modes that allow users to replicate the look of classic Fujifilm films.

Be sure to watch the video review of fujifilm’s X-S20 camera here:

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