Fujifilm X-T4 gains in-body image stabilization

Fujifilm has taken the wraps off its latest flagship mirrorless digital camera, the X-T4. This new model is the first from the X-T series to feature in-body image stabilization (IBIS).

With IBIS, the new camera captures sharp images even at low shutter speeds. It also provides 5-axis 6.5 stop image stabilization when used with 18 out of 29 XF/XC lenses. Using magnetic force rather than springs, the shooter gets a boosted functionality in its smaller and lighter image stabilization unit. This aspect assists in night and action photography as well as video recording in situations prone to camera shake.


Next on the X-T4’s list of upgrades is its back-illuminated 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and its X-Processor 4 image processing engine. It also offers 15fps continuous shooting in post view, 8fps continuous shooting in live view, and 30fps black-out free burst shooting. The Eye and Face AF performance has also been improved, making taking portraits easier.

On the video side, the mirrorless camera can record 240p in full HD and 4K videos up to 60fps. In addition, the camera features “ETERNA Bleach Bypass,” a new Film Simulation mode that uses Fujifilm’s technology to provide versatile color tones.

Its rear touchscreen LCD now comes with a higher 1.62-million dots resolution and it flips out to the side so you can be more creative and flexible when shooting. The X-T4 also gets a new battery, which is good for 500 frames in Normal mode and 600 frames in Economy mode.

The Fujifilm X-T4 is priced at P96,990 for body only. It is available for P119,990 with an 18-55mm lens kit, and at P126, 990 with a 16-80mm kit.

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