With a Canon XA 20 fresh out of the box and the batteries charged I headed to one of my all time favorite spots, Tybee Island to the Tybee Pier Pavilion. I try to make it a point to go down to the Tybee pier at least a couple of times each summer and have a hotdog and coke even if I am not filming. There is always a great breeze and the people watching is loads of fun along with that coke and hotdog. The Canon XA20 was set to Auto Exposure recording with (TV Shutter-Pri. AE), shutter speed 1/60, auto focus, AVCHD, 24bit, and 29.97fps. I had set the contrast, color, and sharpness to -1. The audio was recorded along with the video using a old Sony shotgun mic with a windjammer. Didn't take long to see that a ¼ of the windjammer was getting into the scene because of the new lens on the XA 20 has such a nice wide angle over the Canon XA10. I must say the new 3.5 inch LCD display is a pleasure to use over the XA10. After using both of the cameras I don’t think it would be worth upgrading to the new Canon XA20 if you have a XA10 only due to cost, about $500 US on the B&H Photo website. The Canon XA10 does a great job as does the XA20 for what they are. All images was brought into Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 and adjusted the highs and lows with Fast Color Corrector preset using the reference monitor and added +5% saturation. The audio in the interviews was cleaned up a bit with Adobe Audition. If your are in the Savannah, Georgia area be sure to visit Tybee Island Beach it is a little known secret for a good getaway with a number of great restaurants. I would like to thank those on the pier this day for putting up with me, my camera, and tripod. Thank You! to Josh, Michelle, Drew, Charlie and Vincent for taking the time to do a on camera interview.