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Welcome back to the Fuji Guys channel. My name is Billy. Today we're taking a first
look at Fujifilm's latest mirrorless camera, the X-T4. Now this is Fujifilms
most capable mirrorless camera today offering incredible photo and video
features and we're going to talk about that today.
The X-T4 continues to take the same design concept as previous generation.
It still has similar form factor, although it is slightly bigger and
slightly heavier and that's due to some new hardware that's now implemented
making this a super capable of camera both photos and for videos. The camera
is available in two color options; you got the all-black finish as well as a
two-tone silver and black that I have here. The camera is available in three
options you have the body only, the XF18-55mm f2.8-4 lens and you also
have the weather resistant kit which is the XF16-80mm f4 lens and
that's gonna make this camera completely weather resistant just like its
predecessor. Looking quickly at the camera,
it retains a lot of the dials and controls of its predecessor. You got
your ISO dedicated dial, your shutter speed dial you exposure compensation
dial and your front and rear command out on the back of the camera, you
still have your AF joystick and the camera still retains the directional pad,
which can be configured for additional function buttons. The placement of some
of the buttons have changed, and they've added things like an AF-ON button.
They've also changed the metering dial to be a quick switch between movies and
stills. In addition to that they revamped the drive dial to make it a little bit
easier to use some of the functions. On the side of the camera you have your
various connection ports. You have your mic, your remote, your HDMI. as well as
your USB port. The USB port is used to charge as well as to transfer
images to the computer when it's connected, or to tether with the camera.
To monitor your audio the USB-C also doubles up as your headphone connection,
with the included adapter. On the side of the camera you have your dual SD card
slot and they do support UHS-II cards. what's new what the door
is that it can be removable if you want to. Other improvements to this camera
include things like the eye-piece latch mechanism being updated, the Q menu has
also been re positioned, and making it harder to accidentally
press the button. Of course it is fully customizable and you can change the
function to whatever you like.
One of the biggest updates to this camera is a new in body image
stabilization, that supports up to six and a half stop with the majority of Fujifilm
lenses. It's quite incredible and the new IBIS system is designed to be
smaller and more lightweight than previous generations. One of the major
benefits of IBIS is that it effectively makes all FUJIFILM XF
lenses stabilized, including my favorite the XF 35mmF1.4.
With the addition of the IBIS unit, the focal plane shutter has also been
updated and newly improved. It's more silent. It's more durable and it's going
to allow you to shoot much faster; up to 15 frames per second in mechanical
shutter. You don't have to use the focal plane shutter on this camera
it does offer a silent, electronic shutter that can shoot up to 30 frames
per second blackout free which is quite incredible.
another major update to this camera is the rear LCD screen it is a touch screen
it's high resolution but it's now fully articulating meaning that you can now
flip it front completely to monitor your video or if you're shooting stills and
you want to be in the shot to ensure that you're properly framed. Now, if
you're using this camera for photos one of the benefits of this new screen
is that you can flip it inwards to protect the LCD screen. Now, if you're
shooting video like me it is very beneficial to have this new articulating
screen. You can monitor your footage ensuring that the framing is
correct and making sure that the camera is recording and is focused on you.
Now, the X-T4 carries on the great electronic viewfinder that the previous
generation had it's a 3.69 million dot organic LED display, so
it's, you know, high contrast very bright with a frame rate up to a hundred frames
per second. So, again, looking through it it's gonna be as if you're looking in
real life. There's now three boost modes for the EVF. You have low light priority,
resolution priority and frame rate priority. So, you can choose the right
settings for the different situations that you'll be in with this camera. The
upgrades keep coming for this camera it now utilizes a new high-capacity and
lithium-ion battery it's the NP-W235 and it offers up to
2200 milliamp hours. In addition to that you can charge the camera via the USB-C
port and it includes a 15 watt 3 amp charger. The menu has also been updated
so that you can check the age of the battery. Now, if you're looking to take
more pictures in that without swapping out the batteries the camera does offer
an optional vertical grip that grip holds two additional batteries for a
total of three; giving you up to 1,700 shots per charge in total with the grip
attached. It also includes a dedicated 3.5 mm headphone jack to monitor
your audio; so you don't have to use a USB-C connection adapter. You can also
charge all three batteries via the USB-C connection; and this makes it very
convenient for the very first time. If you prefer to charge your batteries
outside the camera FUJIFILM does offer an optional BC-W235V charger that
allows you to charge two batteries at once. It even has a little LCD display to
display the percentage of charge while it is charging.
At the heart of this camera lies a 26 megapixel X-Trans CMOS IV sensor and
a quad-core cpu X-Processor 4 with the latest firmware and starting this camera
it adds improvements in autofocus both in continuous as well as single
autofocus, face and eye detection and also improved low-light focusing down to
-6.0 EV. There's even in improvements in the wide
tracking autofocus capabilities of this camera allowing you to lock in the
subject much easier and much better throughout the scene. Like most recently
announced Fujifilm cameras, it does incorporate some of the latest features
and functions. You have two new film simulations classic negative as well as
a new ETERNA profile call ETERNA Bleach Bypass. From an image quality standpoint you
have improve adjustments in the tone curve; at one-third stops. Now you have a
clarity scale, you do have some improvements in the in-camera RAW
capabilities that allow you to create TIFF files that are either 8 or 16 bit.
In addition to that, the camera now has a new compressed RAW option that makes
the files even smaller. The time lapse feature has been improved you have
things like exposure smoothing for time-lapse shooting which allows you to
keep the footage very consistent and just like previous cameras you got
things like grain effects that have been updated to that you have color chrome
effects for standard as well as for blue to create more definition in those
channels of color. You have expanded multi exposure modes that allow you to
shoot up to nine frames you have things like focus bracketing that makes it a
lot easier to create more depth of field in your shot if you're doing things like
macro work. And for greater dynamic range you have the HDR mode that's now built
into the dial itself it takes three shot handheld or on a tripod and it will create
that RAW file for later on so that you can get the most out of that shot. If you
dive deeper into the updates, you also got things like the auto white balance
that has been updated you have things like white priority or ambience
priority, so you can choose how that scene plays out in turn
of the white balance. And, for function buttons you got eight pages of
things that you can assign to one of the many function buttons on this camera.
There's even a reset option that's an independent for photo and for video
allowing you to reset one or the other. You now have dedicated dials to switch
between still and video mode the video menus are now independent from the
stills menu so when you go into the menu options they show up differently now
versus in the past where certain things get blacked out. So, this is going to be
great for any hybrid shooters or anyone looking into buying this camera
specifically for video it does offer the incredible, you know, 4:2:2 10-bit
through the HDMI out as well as 4:2:0 10-bit bit up to 4k 60 fps,
which is, of course, incredible. With this camera the slow motion feature has been
updated. You now have up to 240 fps at 1080p and that would give
you about 10 times slow-motion footage. If you're doing some unique shots that's
gonna be seen right in the camera once you finish recording. What's also exciting is
that if you're shooting in F-Log mode, you now have an F-Log assist function.
That gives you a film simulation preview so that it makes it easier to see what
your final output could look like and it's going to make it easier
when you're adjusting things like white balance for a filming video. There's also
improvements in the audio side. You got an option for either mic or line input.
So, again, if you're using a mixer you might want to select the line input for
the best possible quality. You have now the ability to shoot MPEG-4 footage if
you wanted to but you can also stick with the MOV files that give you the
best audio recording from this camera. Just like the X-T3,
you have the ability to shoot F-Log internally F-Log externally or HLG,
which is your Hybrid Log Gamma Function. That's gonna give you more dynamic range
the base ISO for that is 1,000 ISO. But, shooting in daylight
it's going to allow you having to more latitude in pulling more details in
the highlights back in.
Now, if you look at stabilization for video there are a couple options that
you can turn on or off. You can turn off the in body image stabilization
if you wanted to if you are filming with a camera on a tripod. You
also have the ability to use IBIS and also the combination of IBIS and the
electronic image stabilization so it actually pairs, you know, electronic
conversion of that as well using the IBIS unit to create even more steady
footage. When you're using electronic image stabilization, its gonna
have a slight crop to allow it to move the frames and align those frames again
in conjunction with the gyro sensor that's built in. Now, if you're filming
handheld and you're not panning or you're not moving there's also an IBIS
boost mode that allows the the IBIS unit to be much more stronger to ensuring
that the subject that you're filming is super steady. Like most Fujifilm cameras
you have the ability to use both face and eye detection you also can configure
that for AF tracking as well as the AF speed so that it suits you know what
type of footage you're trying to film. Because the camera has independent
settings in video compared to the photo side of things, you have now the ability
to do custom profile settings that you can set and rename yourself so that if
you're shooting in Velvia where you're shooting with log you can kind of
configure that and quickly switch between the various profiles the Q menu.
Also is independent from the photo side of things so you again you can configure
the Q menu specifically for video features so that it's not cluttered with
any other functions and there's a lot other customizable options.
You got tally lights on it. You also have things like timecode and
improvements in the audio that I mentioned earlier. Now, digging deeper in
the menus for the video as well they've changed the movie silent mode to movie
control settings which means it just allows you have somewhat independent
settings from the dials on the camera you can configure the exact shutter
speed for the frame rate that you're shooting.
And, of course, it's touch control you can also use the joystick or even the
command dial to make those adjustments. A nice addition, of course, is the ability
to backup your footage so if you're filming on one card you can have a
secondary card and film the exact same footage on the other just in case. That
makes it very convenient. If you're filming at 4k and up to 30 fps,
there's no crop in the footage. If you're filming at 4k 60 frames there's a
very slight crop. And, if you're using the IBIS and electronic image stabilization,
then there's a slightly bigger crop in that, in total. Now, the camera has a new
feature where you can kind of preview the the greatest crop which is at 1.29
that's with the electronic image stabilization and that means that when
you're filming for mixed footage from 30 frames 60 frames and other you'll get
that crop so that later on all the footage can be put together and you have
them all you know aligned to the same look and feel so
that when you merge it it becomes more consistent.
Wow! This camera is really featured packed! You got things like IBIS, a fully
articulating LCD screen, a new high capacity battery, a new focal plane
shutter, firmware that's now been updated to improve things like low-light
focusing as well as tracking autofocus. You also got operability updates from
you know different dial placements to the dials themselves and even separate
menus for videos and photo it really is a featured packed camera. Now, is this
camera the right camera for you? Will you be using it more for photos or more for
videos? Let us know in the comment section down below. Subscribe to our
YouTube channel. Until next time, I'm Billy of the Fuji Guys.


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