Portable Power: A Review of the Fuji X-T4

Several generations in, the Fujifilm X series is highly refined and a serious tool for lots of working professionals. This great video review takes a comprehensive look at the latest entry in the series, the X-T4.

Coming to you from Gordon Laing, this excellent video review takes a look at the Fujifilm X-T4. The X-T series has evolved into a quite capable professional tool, and the latest iteration brings with it a bevy of features sure to please lots of photographers and videographers. Some of the most important include:

  • 26-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor
  • Native ISO range: 160-12,800
  • In-body image stabilization up to 6.5 stops
  • 4K video (up to 60 fps), 1080 (up to 240 fps)
  • 20 fps continuous burst rate with electronic shutter (15 fps with mechanical shutter)
  • Fully articulating rear touchscreen
  • 3.68-million-dot OLED EVF
  • Dual UHS-II slots
  • 12 film simulation modes

Combined with Fuji's highly lauded lens library, the X-T4 looks like a powerful tool that should be able to step into a lot of scenarios and tackle challenges with ease. In particular, its size makes it a much more portable option for lots of photographers looking to save on weight or the bulk they are carrying on jobs. Check out the video above from Laing's full thoughts. 

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Phil Tate's picture

Thanks. Great look at the differences.

vik .'s picture

The best thing of the xt-4 is that it will make the xt-3 cheaper. Kudos to fuji.