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Fujifilm X-T4

"Coming less than two years after the truly excellent X-T3, the Fujifilm X-T4 is arriving slightly earlier than expected, but I am very impressed."
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Pros

  • Pro-grade, dust- and splash-protected body
  • Excellent EVF
  • 15fps mechanical shutter
  • Stabilized image sensor
  • 4K at 60fps
  • Great OLED electronic viewfinder and tri-adjustable LCD screen
  • Good battery life
  • Very good image quality
  • Fast shooting speeds
  • Excellent video quality
  • Excellent image stabilization

Cons

  • Smallest autofocus point isn't the fastest
  • USB charging can be slow
  • Bulky
  • No body-integral pop-up flash
  • No headphone jack
  • Autofocus tracking still needs work

Overall Rating

98.4%
The overall rating was calculated based on 413 customer and expert reviews from 19 review sites and 5 stores.
We analyzed the sentiments related to these top topics for Cameras:
  • 98.2%
    Design
  • 99.5%
    Image Quality
  • 98.4%
    Features
  • 98.7%
    Performance
  • 99.8%
    Battery Life
  • 98.9%
    Video Quality
  • 99.8%
    Build Quality

Expert Reviews Rating

Excellent
14
Good
5
Fair
0
Poor
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Bad
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Price Comparison

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Expert Reviews

The Fujifilm X-T4 sports class-leading autofocus, a 26MP APS-C sensor, stellar image processing, 4K video, and a stabilized image sensor. Outside of full-frame models, you won't find a better camera.

Read more on pcmag.com

Pros

  • Pro-grade, dust- and splash-protected body
  • Excellent EVF
  • Articulating LCD
  • 15fps mechanical shutter
  • Improved battery
  • Excellent in-camera film looks and Raw processing
  • Stabilized image sensor
  • 4K at 60fps

Cons

  • Some might not like flip-out screen
  • Omits standard headphone jack (though a dongle is included)
  • Smallest tracking focus area not that small

Thanks to in-body stabilization, a fully-articulating screen, a bigger battery, and excellent 4K video, the Fujifilm X-T4 is the best APS-C camera you can buy.

Read more on digitaltrends.com

We can't help but give the Fujifilm X-T4 a five-star rating. Practically everything we wanted in the X-T3 is here, including in-body stabilization, a vari-angle touchscreen display and better battery life. We still want more (of course), including better buffer depth in continuous shooting mode, but that would just be the icing on the cake. The X-T4 isn't just a terrific stills camera, of course. It also has cutting edge 4K video performance, with 60p 10-bit internal recording. It's just a shame Fujifilm dropped the headphone socket (you'll need an adaptor now).

Read more on digitalcameraworld.com

Pros

  • 60p 10 bit 4K internal video
  • 6 5 stop in body stabilisation
  • Classic controls and layout

Cons

  • The EOS M6 II has more megapixels
  • Complex burst & video fps options
  • No sensor advances over the X T3

Although it has the same sensor and therefore quality as its X-T3 brother, the X-T4 features a faster burst mode, new and improved battery, better image stabilisation, and greater movie-capture potential. How about that to build upon an already exemplary mirrorless camera?Read full verdict

Read more on pocket-lint.com

Pros

  • Super autofocus for still and movies
  • Great OLED electronic viewfinder and tri-adjustable LCD screen
  • Impressive speed (15fps burst)

Cons

  • No sensor advances over X-T3 predecessor
  • Smallest autofocus point isn't the fastest
  • USB charging can be slow

Can this solidly built enthusiast’s camera raise sufficient enthusiasm from us?

Read more on t3.com

Pros

  • Body integral anti-shake unit provides better results in lower light
  • Sturdy well-built unit festooned with manual control options
  • best of both worlds screen and viewfinder operation

Cons

  • Pricey
  • Bulky
  • No body-integral pop-up flash

Fujifilm's retro flagship evolves into a truly modern hybrid

Read more on techradar.com

Pros

  • Solid as a rock
  • Class-leading APS-C sensor
  • IBIS is a big bonus for video and stills
  • Good battery life
  • Sensible menu system

Cons

  • AF performance potential limited by choice of lens
  • EVF behavior in low contrast light
  • No headphone jack

With an RRP premium of £250 over the X-T3, the X-T4 is positioned as Fujiflm's flagship APS-C mirrorless camera. It confuses the X-T line-up a little, but Fujifilm has done enough to position it above the X-T3.

Read more on photographyblog.com

Coming less than two years after the truly excellent X-T3, the Fujifilm X-T4 is arriving slightly earlier than expected, but I am very impressed.

Read more on trustedreviews.com

Pros

  • 4K/60p 10-bit internal recording
  • Intuitive handling
  • Impressive battery life
  • Stunning pictures

Cons

  • Doesn’t come with external charger

Read our review of the Fujifilm X-T4, Fujifilm's flagship X-Mount camera, with 26mp APS-C sensor, built-in 5-axis image stabilisation, a vari-angle touch-screen, and improved battery life.

Read more on ephotozine.com

We’ve been eagerly awaiting the X-T4’s arrival. Does it live up to high expectations? Michael Topham finds out...

Read more on amateurphotographer.co.uk

Pros

  • Responsiveness of Face Eye detection in burst mode
  • Faster continuous shooting 15fps with mechanical shutter
  • Effective in body image stabilisation IBIS
  • Improved battery stamina

Cons

  • Main menu can t be navigated using the touch screen
  • Looses dedicated switch to take direct control of metering mode
  • New vari angle screen design won t appeal to all users
  • Audio monitoring requires an adapter or use of vertical grip

The Fujifilm X-T4 is good for travel photography. It delivers very good image quality, even in darker environments. Its autofocus and in-body image stabilization features perform well overall, allowing you to quickly take clear pictures without the use of a tripod. Its 500-shot battery life should last you most of the day, while its metal body feels sturdy enough to take some drops and bumps, though it feels a little heavy.

Read more on rtings.com

Pros

  • Very good image quality.
  • Impressive build quality.
  • Impressive autofocus performance.

Cons

  • Shoulder strap attachment point can be obtrusive.
  • Somewhat heavy.

Pros

  • Good looks and handling
  • Fast shooting speeds
  • Excellent video quality
  • Excellent image stabilization
  • Flip out screen

Cons

  • Less compact than before
  • Expensive compared to competition
  • Autofocus tracking still needs work

The new addition to the Fuji X-Series lineup is pushing boundaries, but is the Fujifilm X-T4 the perfect camera? Read our in-depth review!

Read more on shotkit.com

Pros

  • AF performance
  • Familiar manual controls
  • Range of available lenses
  • Film simulations
  • Image and video quality
  • Slick retro design

Cons

  • I don t own one yet
  • Leather ears right out of the box

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