We told you it was happening and it happened. The Fuji X-T4’s full specs were revealed today and let’s just say the hype was somewhat real with this one.
What have we got?
Pretty much what we told you was coming:
A top-of-the-line APS-C with IBIS, a new shutter mechanism, as well as a 26.1MP BSI CMOS X-Trans 4 sensor, and quad-core X-Processor 4.
The 3.69M-dot EVF found in the X-T3 carries over to the new X-T4.
It’s also coming packed with a bigger battery and a touchscreen, as you do.
Per Fuji’s press release on the new X-T4:
“The X-T4 is the pinnacle of the X Series, delivering the highest performance in both stills and video. A new shutter unit has been developed to be fast, durable and quiet. Combined with the fastest ever autofocus performance in an X Series camera, thanks to the development of a new algorithm, you can now capture the decisive moment that you may have missed before. The X-T4 is also the first model in the X-T Series to feature in-body image stabilization (IBIS), dramatically boosting the potential of the camera for stills and video shooting. The standalone video mode, which is now activated with a simple switch, and the use of digital image stabilization in the video mode, provides unparalleled shooting smoothness, allowing users to immerse themselves in video production. The new Film Simulation mode, ETERNA Bleach Bypass, simulates the traditional film processing technique to create a unique world of low saturation and high contrast.”
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