This new mirrorless camera features the same 26.1 MP X-Trans 4 CMOS APS-C sensor found in its predecessor, but pairs that with a variety of additional functionalities. The new body includes an In-Body Image Stabilization (IBIS) system rated at up to 6.5 stops of stabilization, as well as a 1.62-million-dot LCD with a fully articulating design. Its all-new battery, the NP-W235, has nearly twice the capacity of previous models, giving it a rating of 600 shots per charge.
The X-T4 has become FUJIFILM’s latest flagship APS-C mirrorless camera and has boosted its feature set for both video and photo, including an articulating screen, in-body image stabilization, 15 fps shooting.
FUJIFILM X-T4 Mirrorless Digital Camera
26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
X-Processor 4 Image Processor
5-Axis In-Body Image Stabilization
DCI/UHD 4K at 60 fps, Full HD at 240 fps
The new mechanical shutter is rated for 300,000 actuations and allows for shooting at up to 15 fps while remaining 30% quieter than previous iterations. Alongside the return of DCI 4K 60p recording, the X-T4 has a new 240 fps slow-motion mode at 1080p and the ability to record in 10-bit F-Log straight to a UHS-II SDXC card in either of its dual slots. Additionally, both video- and photographers alike will be able to take advantage of the new “ETERNA Bleach Bypass” film simulation, giving them another look to help achieve their creative vision.
Source: B&H Photo Video