A Year With Fuji's Flagship X-T4 Mirrorless Camera

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. 

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00rob00 Rob00Rob's picture

All this nonsense about hybrid shooters. There seems to be more hybrid shooters on YouTube than actually in the "wild"

Simon Hartmann's picture

Haha, im actually a „hybrid“...i shoot pro Video on these mirrorless Cameras but also love to take a lot of pictures with them too...so im all about the hybrids...

Stuart C's picture

Must admit. as a primarily Landscape photographer this X-T4 hasn't grabbed my attention at all, for my use case it offers nothing over the X-T2 im using. The sensor difference is virtually nil, i aren't interested in IBIS as its one more thing to remember to turn off when connecting to a tripod and i dont really want to go back to that kind of flip screen after using the Fujifilm 3 way tilt mechanism.

I think the only way ill part with cash now is a huge resolution bump, and even then it wouldn't be an immediate decision, im well over GAS.

Jeff McCollough's picture

I'm actually looking for an X-T1 as I recently picked up a sweet deal on a X-10 (my first Fuji) and I love it as an everyday camera and a camera for when I go backpacking. I want an X-T1 for more creative portraits in a small form factor instead of lugging my Canon gear around for stuff like that.

I know everyone likes the X-T4 but it really doesn't offer that much more than what the X-T1 or X-T3 offer.

Stuart C's picture

I recently picked up an X-T20 for less than £300 and it sits in my car with the pancake lens attached, ready to grab a shot if i see it at any time.

Jeff McCollough's picture

Awesome! I have the 23mm f2 on mine all the time.

Morgan Miller's picture

Fuji is generally fantastic, and the xt4 is great, especially with the IBIS...But. Fuji has failed in a major way with dynamic range, and low ISO performance. What camera conpany do ylu know of who haf to apllu the back illuminated sensor tech to improving the low ISO performance? I mean, a
Thwt is f*cking stupid as hell. Something has got to give qith the x trans.

Stuart C's picture

Can you translate this into English so i can read it please?