Summary: The Fujifilm X-T4 is the company’s APS-C X-mount mirrorless camera’s latest flagship model. It replaces the X-T3 and adds plenty of new capabilities that make the X-T4 the most advanced, desired, and powerful APS-C camera on the market right now.
Detailed Test Results
The photos taken by this mirrorless camera with a resolution of 26 megapixels were of great quality. The images were crisp, which means you can see all of the intricacies and subtle patterns. Pictures were sharp in low-light situations without the use of a flash. This model as good for outdoor use, such as daylight scenery photography, and outstanding for interior use. Also excellent in low-light situations without the use of a flash, such as shooting a birthday celebration. Image noise was minimal in our low-light performance tests, and subjects kept accurate detail and colour.
This model has no flash.
This camera has a 5x zoom lens, which is somewhat greater than a typical 3x zoom lens. The lens also offers fairly wide-angle (24mm) capabilities, which is great for landscapes and group pictures, however, you can notice some distortion when photographing faces up close.
This is a crucial function since capturing hand-held photos at the telephoto end of the zoom range might cause images to blur or soften owing to small hand movement. This model does an outstanding job of reducing the impacts of camera shaking when shooting telephoto in well-lit settings. It worked admirably in low-light situations and nearly never generated grainy images.
The Fujifilm X-T4 w/ 16-80mm OIS starts off quickly in terms of performance. It features an extremely short shot interval, which is useful when photographing fast-moving or unexpected situations.
The Fujifilm X-T4 w/ 16-80mm OIS is a 26-megapixel camera with a kit lens that covers a focal length range of 24mm to 122mm in 35mm terms. The stock lens for the camera has an f/4 maximum aperture. The shutter speed ranges from 4 seconds to 1/8000 of a second on this camera. The X-T4 with 16-80mm OIS has no on-board storage and relies on SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards to store photographs and videos. It features a swiveling 3-inch LCD (1,620,000 pixels). It also has an electronic viewfinder, which comes in handy while writing in strong light.
The Cyber-shot RX10 III is a 20-megapixel camera with 25x optical zoom and a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 24mm-600mm. It has a 3-inch LCD (1,228,800 pixels). It also includes an electronic viewfinder, which is helpful when composing in bright light. Because it does not accept interchangeable lenses, we consider this model an advanced point-and-shoot camera. The camera has a maximum aperture of f/2.4. The camera’s shutter speed range is 30 seconds to 1/32000 of a second. The Cyber-shot RX10 III stores photos and video on SD/SDHC/SDXC/MemoryStick Duo memory cards but has no on-board storage. It captures images as JPEG or RAW files at a top resolution of 5472 x 3648 and UHD-4K-resolution video as MTS, MP4 files at a top resolution of 3840 x 2160 and a frame rate up to 120p or 30i. Like most digital cameras, this model comes with a proprietary rechargeable battery. This advanced point-and-shoot has 16 exposure modes, and an exposure compensation control that can be set at +/-3 EV. The Cyber-shot RX10 III measures 5.6 inches wide by 3.7 inches high by 6 inches deep, and weighs 41 ounces (2.5 pounds) (with battery, memory card, strap, and tested lens).