Fujifilm X-T4 User Reviews

Announced Feb 26, 2020 •
26 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor
auggenblick
 

i had the xt 4 and I think it is an excellent camera in almost all regards. There is only one thing which was annoying enough for me to return it: the flip out screen, I am a photographer with  less video and this type of screen is just not right and intuitive for photography.  I hope it may be corrected in an XH 2 or XT 5 model.

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Dear all More than three years ago, I joined Fujiland with the X-T20, my cute little camera . It was one of the best purchase decisions I ever made in my life, since it brought back the joy in photography for me :) Thanks to my friends who recommended me Fujifilm. I was very active more than 30 years ago when I had a Pentax ME that I had bought (sic!) used from my father who upgraded to the Super A. In August 2021, I pulled the trigger. I wanted to have IBIS so badly..... So I went for the X-T4.

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Papa48
 

From shooting with Nikon SLR film cameras in the seventies to the present, the X-T4 meets and surpasses any experience I've had. It offers great body controls, an excellent sensor, complementary hybrid video/photography, great OIS and weather sealing. I'm also an ardent fan of the "flippy screen" for greatest versatility. No more lying on my belly for spring work with smallest wildflowers. or vertical individual low-lying compositions in general. Composing verticals over a crowd in event ...

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FuzzyDice

I’ve pretty much owned every Fuji in the X-T line and this is the most impressed I’ve been with a Fuji body since I was first introduced to the X-T1. There’s genuinely so much about this body that is an upgrade over the X-T3, that I cannot fathom why some people don’t feel this is a worth while upgrade. Seriously, with the IBIS I get sharp shots down to 1/5 shutter speeds with some of my lenses.  The shutter is softer, faster, and more quiet.  The Autofocus is faster and they put clarity in ...

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I have had the privilege of using Fujifilm for the last couple of years and have pretty much abandoned the use of my Nikon full-frame gear. I do a balancing act between my 2 x GFX50s large format cameras and my 8 x Fujifilm APSC sensor cameras. Let me put the APSC doubters doubts to rest. I am NOT a masochist. If Fujifilm wasn't delivering for me, I would drop the brand like a hot potato. I have used the APSC Fujifilms for the likes of VOGUE, ELLE, Grazia, Numéro, Style, etc, magazines with ...

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Having migrated from Panasonic to Fujifilm, due to Fuji's superior color and image quality, I was still my longing for IBIS and Dual IS as I'd known in the Lumix cameras. The X-H1 was almost/not-quite a successor to the G9, in that regard. When the X-T4 was announced, I sold-off the X-H1 to help defray the X-T4. The X-T4's shutter mechanism is also quiet and practically shockless, but its IBIS is much improved. In conjunction with a firmware update to the X-T4 and the 16-80mm f/4 lens, ...

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I have now been using the Fufifilm X-T4 for two weeks, replacing my X-H1, and being my seventh Fujifilm X-model camera, and I'd like to offer my thoughts on using it. Although even with firmware update (presently up to v1.10), the IBIS in video is still prone to lag and sticking, though it’s not nearly as unfortunate as the X-H1’s. The main problem is in panning or tilting: when a new object that extends across most of the frame, in either direction, is introduced, the IBIS has to pause a bit ...

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Look the youtube on Camera conspiracies... for Fuji 1.) Most of all lenses from Fuji are not designed for videos so you have hunting 2.) The lenses are too loud if they focus. Only one lense is not too loud for making videos... because the lenses are not designed for video 3.) The metering of the video is too slowly .... if the light is changing the camera can't get the expose correct... you have to wait 10 seconds or more 4.) overheating problems in sun because of the IBIS

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janist74
 

I`m not really a review writer type, but this time I thought, I try. I also shoot A7R4, so inevitably I compare the two cameras. - Body: bit bigger than the X-T3, but in this way the grip is just deep enough for me - AF: definitive improvement after X-T3, but still a lot to do for Fuji (tracking is not reliable, face/eye detection "jumpy") - IS: love it with the primes (but why on earth Fuji can not do it like others: IS should be activated when I half push the shutter button, independent ...

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