Taking over as flagship X-series cameras from the highly-acclaimed X-T3, the new Fujifilm X-T4 reaches another level with the addition of builtin image-stabilization. This APS-C mirrorless is built around a 26 megapixels X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor capable of 20 FPS continuous shooting with an electronic shutter. A redesigned mechanical-shutter brings mechanical speeds to 15 FPS, up from 11 FPS on its predecessor. The final significant addition is a builtin HDR mode, for the first time on a Fujifilm mirrorless.
An in-depth review of the Fujifilm X-T4 was just published at Neocamera. As with all our full-length reviews, it covers the extensive capabilities of this digital camera, its ergonomics – which despite the similarities to its predecessor are improved in a several ways – its image-quality and performance with an additional section for video features and output. Detailed coverage image-quality with crops from all ISO sensitivities are included as usual.
Uniquely for this review, its entire photography and videography was done in Malta! Be sure to check the review gallery to see how the Fujifilm X-T4 captured this historic island country. It is an incredible place that has been marked by thousands of years of history. See here for more Malta Travel Photography with over half those images captured by the new X-T4.