The first physical aspect we took a liking to with the X-T4 was the flip-out screen. Not only does it orientate up and down but also side to side... really wherever you need it. This greatly benefits both photographers and filmmakers and makes it a great minimal body for vlogging.
Better Battery Life
The X-T4 has a long-lasting battery life for photos, including two different modes that enable more control. Battery life has significantly improved from the X-T3 model, giving ample support for half-day or long-day photography shoots.
Classic Fuji Colors
Fuji’s 17 digital Film Simulations are stunning straight out of camera. Think of them much like Lightroom presets but built-in to your camera with no post processing required. They allow you to enhance your image with film stock emulators while you shoot. Some are soft and subdued, while others are bold and vibrant.
Although each of these options are typically shot in JPEG mode, RAW files can be simultaneously recorded in case you need a log-profile image for post processing. Screen grabs from video seem almost too good to be true; they boast natural colors and realistic detail.
Nostalgic Camera Body
Fuji is no stranger to well-crafted cameras with a nostalgic body. Although it looks like it belongs on your grandpa’s camera shelf (which we love), it’s impressively high-tech and shines with top-tier specs. The classic aluminum body and analog-inspired controls give it a tactile feel reminiscent of film cameras.
The X-T4’s improved AF tracking performance works brilliantly, perfect for those who rely on automatic settings. It accurately detects hyper focused fast-moving faces, eyes, or manually selected objects for both photos and videos as fast as 0.02 seconds. It's burst shooting mode of up to 15 frames per second makes it the fastest burst shooting mechanical shutter among mirrorless cameras with an APS-C size sensor.
This changes the game for those who need fast-acting auto settings.