Fujifilm could have rested on its laurels as the X-T3 was already the best APS-C mirrorless camera available. Instead, it introduced the X-T4 with several key new features, most notably in-body stabilization and a fully-articulating screen. Sure, it still has the same 26.1-megapixel sensor, image quality and video features as before, but those are still best in class. Now, feature for feature, it beats any other APS-C camera by miles. The X-T4’s only drawbacks are some extra bulk, good-but-not-great autofocus and, most importantly, the price tag. At $1,700, it’s nearly as expensive as Sony’s full-frame A7 III.
- Excellent image stabilization
- Fast shooting speeds
- Flip-out screen
- Excellent video quality
- Good looks and handling
- Less compact than before
- Autofocus tracking still needs work
- Expensive compared to competition
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- 93AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE7 ReviewsPC Mag100The Fujifilm X-T4 is the absolute best APS-C sensor camera you can buyAnother Fujifilm camera, the now-discontinued X-H1, was the most recent premium APS-C model to earn our Editors' Choice recommendation, largely due to its ergonomics, image quality, and in-body stabilization system. The X-T4 now takes the title, as well as our highest possible rating, and is the camera to beat in this class.Digital Photography Review90Fujifilm X-T4 reviewIf considered only as a stills-shooting camera, there's a lot to like about the X-T4, but its price would probably hold it to a Silver award. But we believe it's made more compelling if you shoot video. Or, to be more precise, if you also shoot video. It's a really good stills camera, it's a really, really good video camera, but the thing it excels at it switching back and forth between being both. We're not sure there's another camera that offers such a strong combination.Ken Rockwell90Fujifilm X-T4The X-T4 stands out as their top modern camera for fit and finish, and it excels for how it sounds and feels. If you appreciate the very best, you want the X-T4. However if price matters and you just want great pictures, also look at at the X-T30 which takes the same pictures with the same sensor and doesn't have quite as many dedicated dials, but adds a built-in flash and does it all for about half the price!Digital Camera World90Fujifilm X-T4 reviewPractically everything we wanted in the X-T3 is here, including in-body stabilization, a vari-angle touchscreen display and better battery life. We still want more (of course), including better buffer depth in continuous shooting mode, but that would just be the icing on the cake. The X-T4 isn't just a terrific stills camera, of course. It also has cutting edge 4K video performance, with 60p 10-bit internal recording.TechRadar100Fujifilm's retro flagship evolves into a truly modern hybridThere’s enough here to persuade both photographers and filmmakers over the X-T3, including the significantly improved battery life, in-body image stabilization, quieter shutter, and design tweaks that make a big difference to the handling. The X-T4's design is both charming and intuitive, while its class-leading photo and video specs are backed up by powerful performance. This is truly two cameras in one, and very fine hybrid all-rounder.Camera Labs80Fujifilm X-T4 reviewFujifilm’s squeezed effective built-in stabilisation, a more powerful battery and a fully-articulated screen into the X-T4 while only making the body a little thicker, and also thrown-in faster burst shooting at 15fps, better slow motion video at 1080 240p, and a new Film Simulation for the moody videographers out there. As such it seems almost churlish to find faults, and what little you could complain about is pretty minor.Photography Blog100Fujifilm X-T4 ReviewAll in all, the Fujifilm X-T4 is a delightful blend of old and new. It packs a wondrous photo and video capability and high-speed performance inside an attractive, premium quality body. We love the analogue exposure dials that are a refreshing experience oozing character in a primarily functional modern camera world. In fact, Fujfilm's design embodies form and function. The Fujifilm X-T4 is the new APS-C mirrorless camera to beat.