Fujifilm has announced the X-T4, a new camera in its popular X-T lineup that brings several much-desired features.
First of all, the camera now features IBIS (in-body image stabilization), which works great and is capable of reducing shake at up to 6.5 stops with 18 of Fujfilm’s lenses and 5 stops with the rest of the lineup.
The camera uses the same 26MP X-Trans sensor as the X-T3, but the autofocus has been improved. This is especially true with face detection and subject tracking. The camera now features a completely new shutter, which is a bit quieter than on the X-T3. More importantly, it supports burst shooting at up to 15 fps.
Video shooters will be very happy to hear that the X-T4 has a fully articulating screen, as well as 240 fps shooting mode in 1080p. When it comes to 4K, specs remain the same (you can shoot at up to 60 fps). The camera’s grip is slightly bigger to accommodate a bigger battery, which improves battery life significantly.
The camera will retail for $1,699 for the body. There are also two kits available – bundled with the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 for $2,099 or with the 16-80mm f/4 for $2,199. Fuji X-T4 is going to start shipping this spring.
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