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Fujifilm X-T4 Mirrorless Camera - Silver (Body Only) $2473.96 Delivered @ Ryda Online eBay

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Really good deal on this brand new camera - better than the amazing XT-3 with a better battery and built in IBIS. The black version was on Digidirect yesterday for a bit less than this with the 20% coupon, but they are currently retailing for $2,899.00 with limited supply worldwide so this represents the lowest price you'll find for a little while I'd say.

Check out the Fuji X-T4 (BODY) Mirrorless Camera - Silver's Key Features
(Fuji XT4SL)
Genuine Australian Fuji Warranty
Peace of Mind Purchase Guarantee (bottom of page)
X-T4 Mirrorless Camera BODY Silver ONLY
X-Trans™* BSI CMOS 4 & X-Processor 4
26.1mp
6.5 Stop Image Stablisation
Up to 30 fps** black-out free high-speed continuous shooting
Monochrome Adjustment
Color Chrome Effect
4K/60P 10 bit recording
Weather resistant structure
Overview

The X-T4 is the most powerful X Series camera to date with no compromises for stills or video. Using the 4th generation X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, X-Processor 4, a newly developed compact in-body image stabilization (IBIS) system, new Film Simulation mode “ETERNA Bleach Bypass” and various other features that have evolved based on user feedback, this camera delivers image quality that can satisfy the demands of professional photographers and videographers.

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  • +1

    MSRP is 2899…. even at 2473 its still a lot of money for an APSC camera…

    • +2

      Depends on what you need it for. If you don't need the IBIS then I would definitely go for the XT-3. It's a lot of camera for the money.

      • agree you can save $1000 and get an xt3, if i was all about video id prob get the xt4

  • +1

    How does it compare to the Nikon Z6 which is a full frame compared to APSC ?

    • No idea to be honest. I have an XT-3 and I love the shooting experience of the manual dials, lens options, the colours and the image quality. Ultimately I love the look of the images that come out of the camera. I would say work out which approach to cameras works for you and buy the best option within that system at your desired price point.

      • I know Fujifilm has amazing cameras but are pretty expensive. I shoot on my Nikon D610 majority of the times and I have 2 small backup cameras, Nikon D3400 and Olympus OMD EM5. What comes out of D610 is far better than the other ones in terms of the image quality. It'll be great to see some samples from XT-4 if you have already got one.

        • There's quite a few out there, and it's the same sensor as the XT-3 and the XPRO3 so see those images. This would only be for anyone who wanted the in-body stabilisation for low-light, long lenses and video, otherwise XT-3 can be had for pretty cheap. This guy does some cool stuff with it - https://jonasraskphotography.com/2020/02/26/fujifilm-x-t4-fi...

          my insta has a lot of XT-3 images in there but the resolution is obviously terrible on there https://www.instagram.com/faz.io

        • +1

          I've also got a D610 and I haven't touched it in ages. The only reason I'd use it now is for when I do sports.

          My camera now? An older X-T20. People have different opinions, but the Fuji colours do it for me and also less work in post. And it's size means I actually take it out with me instead of a full frame DSLR. Whats that saying? You miss 100% of the shots you don't take, or something like that!

          IBIS X-T4 is tempting, but I don't think I'll bite until sub-2k and hopefully a Fuji cashback too

    • Well, the Nikon won't give you Fuji's awesome colours/emulations SOOC, which is a pretty big thing.

    • Looks like YMMV going by the variety of opinions, and it probably depends on what you use it for.

      I have a bunch of cameras, but my prime shooters are an Olympus E-M5ii and a Pentax KP. Which do I shoot more often? The Olympus. Which has the best image quality? The Pentax. I don't have anything full-frame aside from film cameras, but am eyeing off the Pentax K-1 - since I already have some decent glass that will suit it.

      So, keeping in mind that I'm coming from a stills photography perspective, it would surprise me very much if the Z6 didn't outperform the XT4 sensor by a reasonable margin (we're talking small margins at this end of the market mind you). It scores very well on DXOMark, and I'd expect it to have better dynamic range and low light performance (though this is complicated, and arguable).

      But what about the glass? I have nice zooms on my Olympus, and I would pay much more for equivalent glass on my Pentax. So on the Pentax I'm shooting with quality primes instead. Kit lens zoom glass on the Pentax sees it drop below the Olympus with its excellent Pro zoom lenses in terms of image quality. So, I guess I'm saying there's more to it than just the body. I'd expect the glass to be cheaper for the same quality on the Fujifilm

      If you put those two bodies in front of me, and from the perspective of somebody who is more interested in high quality RAW still images, I'd be pointing to the Nikon. I have such bad GAS for the Fujifilm X range though…such sexy cameras - and I hear that their glass is very nice!

      If money were no limit, then I'd be jumping up to the Fujifilm GFX series. What am I saying?!?! If money were no limit…then…Phase One…

      • Yeah, the Fuji prime glass is great, but the two best lenses they make - the 56/1.2 and the 23/1.4 - are getting a bit long in the tooth now regards focusing speed and so on. Still take fantastic images if you're not rushing them, of course.

  • What makes this more expensive/better than a full frame Sony A7III?

    • +1

      10-bit DCI 4k 60 fps internal recording

    • it's brand new. not better just different

    • +1

      Not better, but different. It offers features like Fujifilm's great range of JPEG style choices, so the photos often need no adjustment after shooting. Also, the lens range is a bit different to Sony — and possibly more affordable. Still, I think a lot of people will choose the more affordable X-T3.

      • +2

        the fact that this makes the XT-3 even cheaper is brilliant in itself. can't really go wrong with either though if you enjoy shooting like that. I picked up an XT-3 not so long ago and it's taken over my life haha

  • +5

    As a shaky-handed X-T3 user, this is mighty tempting…

    • Yeah, X-t2 user here. People praise Fujis for their low-light performance but honestly I don't see it. IBIS will be a huge boost, it'll actually make me want to use my Fuji at night.

      • I've NEVER heard anyone praise the Fujis for low-light performance. I have a couple of X-T1s and now an X-H1, and I use the higher ISOs (often with an ND to get it to work) because I LIKE the grain it produces, but for me that's a feature, it's not a non-existent thing.

    • I've got an X-H1, and can confirm the IBIS is great for us shakys.

      • +1

        …and if you're really shaky, there's always Olympus - reputedly with the very best image stabilisation ever.

        Doesn't hurt to have more than one camera system, right?

        ;o)

  • Is it made in Japan ?

    • +1

      most are made in China, some may have been made in Japan. build quality is reportedly excellent in both.

  • Prices are crazy for X-T4, I'll stick to my X-T30 that I got from digidirect for $849 in Dec last year ($1049 price matched on special from camerapro then $300 rebate)

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