Fuji will make major product announcements in early February. Among the Fujifilm products expected to be announced are the Fuji X-T4, X100V and X-T200. According to the latest Fuji rumors, the X100V will come with a 2 way tilt screen and the X-T4 with a new and improved battery life.
The 2020 plans for Fuji’s medium format mirrorless series are not very clear. This year we will meet various GF series lenses, but the hands point to 2021 for a new Fuji medium format mirrorless camera.
There was an article leak caught by Nokishita that indicated the official announcement of the Fujifilm Fujinon GF 45-100mm f/4 R LM OIS WR lens that should happen soon. So we can add this lens to the Fujifilm’s announcement list.
When we look at the Fuji rumors that we have, we can say that the X100V will come with a two-way tilt screen and that the X-T4 will provide a new battery and with it, better battery times.
Fujifilm X-T4 mirrorless camera will come with the IBIS feature known as image stabilization in the body. In addition, the video side enhancements cannot be ignored. Fujifilm X-T4 will offer 6K video recording at 60p.
Although the details of the X-T4 sensor are not yet known we can think of the new 26.1MP backside-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 APS-C sensor found on the X–T3.
Rumored Fujifilm X-T4 specifications
- Fujifilm X-T4 will have IBIS
- New image sensor (32.5MP APS-c)
- 6K Video at 60p
- 10 bit internal
- It should be about 1/3 of an inch thicker and about 5-6 oz heavier than X-T3
- Anamorphic ratio support
- Fully articulating flippy screen like the Panasonic Lumix-S1H
- Improved battery life and EVF
- Release date in March 2020
- New lens
- New back screen design (verified that they tried a few designs)
- New Hybrid Viewfinder
- Two Way Tilt Screen
- XA7 like
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