Fujifilm has unveiled the X-T4 mirrorless camera on 26 February 2020. Compared to its predecessor, the new APS-C flagship features an In-Body Image Stabilisation (IBIS) system, a larger battery, and more.
The camera sports a 26.1MP BSI CMOS X-Trans 4 sensor, paired with the company’s X-Processor 4. Additionally, it features 5-axis IBIS which allows for 6.5-stops of stabilisation, which is handy for various photography and videography situations.
The Fujifilm X-T4 also features a redesigned shutter mechanism that Fuji claims is “the fastest and most robust” on its X-series. Rated for 300,000 actuations, the shutter enables the camera to shoot full-resolution images at up to 15fps.
Video-wise, the new flagship is capable of recording 4K footage up to 60fps at 400Mbps, and FHD 1080p up to 280fps at 200Mbps. Furthermore, the camera allows for 10-bit F-Log video capture straight to the memory card as well.
For visual assistance, the X-T4 features a 3.69M-dot Electronic View Finder as well as a vari-angle 1.62M-dot LCD touchscreen. It packs a 2,200mAh battery which allows for up to 600 shots on a full charge.
The new Fujifilm X-T4 is slated to ship in spring 2020 and priced at US$1,699 (~RM7202) for body only. The camera is available in all-black or black and silver colours.