I’ve owned the Fuji X-T3 since it came out and I’ve now upgraded to the Fuji X-T4, here’s why.
Fuji X-T3 Vs. Fuji X-T4: The main differences
The new Fuji X-T4 comes with IBIS (In Body Image Stabilisation) finally! This is probably the biggest change and In-body Image stabilization was previously a feature reserved for the X-H1 and the X-series.
The IBIS is a Five-Axis Image Stabilisation which means we can finally use non-OIS lenses and still get stable and smooth footage in 4K with a small crop.
Sample images shot with the Fuji X-T4
Tilt-screen for vlogging
I’ve always had a hard time trusting my Fuji X-T3 when I was filming myself. Am I in focus? Is my exposure alright?
FujiFilm has obviously had videographers and Youtubers in mind, when designing the Fuji X-T4, by adding this rotating LCD-flip screen which makes it so much easier for you to film yourself.
I’m excited about this feature, especially because I use the Fuji X-T3 for filming my street photography videos on Youtube.
I’ve actually been pretty satisfied with the autofocus in my X-T3, but eye-tracking, face tracking, and autofocus has all been upgraded in the Fuji X-T4.
New film simulation
If you’re into a vintage look on your photos and videos, you’ll like the new film simulation from Fujifilm. It’s called Eterna Bleach
Unlock super slow-motion
Another upgrade that will be very welcome by videographers and cinematographers, is the improve slow motion. Now you can shoot 240fps in 1080 HD. With the in-body image stabilization, this can open up great things for filming your B-Rolls.
Also, make sure to check out Fuji’s new X100V. That camera is for you who don’t use video and don’t have a need to change lenses.