Fujifilm X-T4 camera review | Space

The Fujifilm X-T4 is the latest high-end photo and video APS-C mirrorless camera from Fujifilm. The X series was created in response to the overly complicated and increasingly larger and heavier DSLR models that were dominating the market. The simplified functionality as well as the overall look and feel is designed to emulate a classic film camera. It has retro-style fingertip dials rather than an overly complicated digital menu yet it lacks none of the functionality you’re used to with a DSLR. With its extremely high ISO capability and handy screen display, coupled with Fujifilm’s long history of making high-quality optics, it makes for an ideal choice for nighttime and astrophotography. 

Fujfilm X-T4 camera review: Design

  • Fully adjustable screen 
  • Handles like a film camera 
  • Good range of dials for easy adjusting 

The overall design of the Fujifilm X-T4 camera body is sleek, slim and so easy to handle you won’t want to put it down. The brushed silver model looks exceptionally stylish and brings to mind old film cameras from a bygone era. Instead of wheels for altering the shutter and aperture with a digital display to chronicle them, this series sees the return of dials on the top of the camera body.

Fujufilm X-T4 Key Specifications

Type: Mirrorless

Sensor: 26MP

Lens mount: FUJIFILM X mount

ISO range: 160-12800 (with 80–51200 extended output) 

Viewfinder size/resolution: 0.5 inch approx.

Video capability: 4K capture for around 30 minutes (20 minutes for frame rates above 30p)

Weight: 1.34 lbs (including battery and memory card)

Size: 5.2 x 3.65 x 2.5 in

Memory card: Type SD


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