The new Fujifilm X20 camera will be arriving shortly at CES.
The newly designed camera seems to be about the same size as the original Fujifilm X10 and now has a choice of black or silver.
In my opinion the silver model looks the better colour choice as I think it represents the retro look better than the black.
I have been shooting with the Fujifilm X-100, Fujifilm X-Pro 1 and occasionally with the Fujifilm X10 and found the image results from all three cameras have been very satisfying.
There was some debate in the earlier firmware versions of the Fujifilm X10 camera about the sensor producing orb like rings around bright lights. I’m sure this ‘problem’ will have been resolved in the new X20.
Aesthetically I don’t really see much difference between the X10 and X20 however internally the new camera is rumoured to have phase detection pixels and contrast detection to aid a superior focus system. Something Fujifilm fans have asked for in previous versions.
Fujifilm will also be releasing an updated version of the high successful X100 called the Fujifilm X100s. I imagine many of the menu features found on the X-Pro 1 will migrate to the new X20 and X100s.
You can read my full thoughts on the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 here.