Fujifilm's X Series of cameras has gained a lot of respect over the years as a line of capable, well-designed bodies that offer photographers a functional and creatively inspiring experience. The X-T4 is the most recent flagship in the company's line of mirrorless cameras, and this excellent video review discusses how it holds up after a year of usage.
Coming to you from The Hybrid Shooter, this great video review takes a look at the Fujifilm X-T4 camera after a year of usage. The X-T4 is an impressively capable camera suitable for tackling photo and video work alike and has a range of great features, including:
- 26-megapixel backside-illuminated sensor
- 4K video (up to 60 fps)
- 1080p video (up to 240 fps)
- In-body image stabilization offering up to 6.5 stops of compensation
- Continuous burst rate of 20 fps with electronic shutter (15 fps with mechanical shutter)
- Fully articulating rear screen
- 3.68-million-dot OLED EVF
- Two SD card slots
- 12 film simulation modes
Along with those capable features, the X-T4 also comes with Fujifilm's beloved mechanical control system, which makes the X-T4 desirable and useful for a wide range of applications, especially anyone looking for a smaller and more portable system than other professional options. Check out the video above for the full rundown.