[eBay Plus] Fujifilm X-T4 Body - Black $1919.20 Delivered @ digiDIRECT eBay

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FUJIFILM X-T4 BODY - BLACK

26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
X-Processor 4 Image Processor
5-Axis In-Body Image Stabilization
DCI/UHD 4K at 60 fps, Full HD at 240 fps

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    is this overkill for beginners?

    • +2 votes

      Have to start somewhere!

      But imo I would save the $800 or so and get a Fujifilm X-S10 (if you want to buy into fuji eco-system) which has the more traditional DSLR style dial set up, and also has IBIS. The $800 will get you 2 or 1.5 nice lenses.

      What's your intended use?

    • +1 vote

      Depends how far you're going to go. If you know you're going to invest the next 3+ years learning and practicing the art of photography, then no. If you're not sure if this will be your thing, then I'd say spend $700 on a DSLR to start with or buy one second hand.

    • +1 vote

      Not really, it's a fantastic camera, if it's a bit much maybe look at the x-s10 with 15-40kit lenses. It's an excallent little travrl/beginners combination.

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      No.

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      How beginner? I’m a huge Fuji fan but they are a little different than most cameras as they have separate controls for shutter/aperture/iso similar to older film cameras vs the PASM control used by most.

      Personally I think this is great for learning and understanding what each does. You can also quickly look at the camera or make adjustments before you turn it on.

      That said it’s more work to get to full auto and to get the most out of it you’ll want to learn how to control things.

      Don’t expect to point and shoot and get better photos than your phone automatically. Yes the photos will absolutely be 100x better in the right hands but it’s not a given and there is so much work a phone does to stack images and merge them and do all that for you in camera.

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      What are your main use cases? This is going to no doubt cause controversy amongst some of the diehard DSLR fans but for a lot of use cases the best phones out there will nearly match what you'll get from this. While you won't get the last ounce of photographic quality there are some big benefits (as someone coming from ~15 years of using DSLRs):

      1) You are much more likely to "capture the moment" with a phone because it's easier to have ready (the main reason I swapped from a DSLR to my phone is because I had kids)
      2) The software on the phone can work a huge amount of magic and is easier to use than software on a computer
      3) The photos become instantly available to view in your phone and that is where I want them most for looking back. I almost never look at photos on my laptop

      I love using my phone so much that I sold my Fujifilm XT-20 and three lenses late last year. I do however, buy a new phone with the latest camera tech each year to somewhat compensate for it's deficiencies.

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    I have got 2 unit of XT3, loved it. Used it for my full-time job both photo and video

    If you have limit on your budget, you can either buy second hand XT3 or buy a brand new XT3-WW

    Xt3 we is cheaper around $100mark compare to new xt3, difference is no charger on xt3 ww (worldwide)

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    I ponder what the xt5 will bring us next year, holding out as i have a xt3 but want ibis and the flippy screen for vlogging

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    I use fuji X system for 6 years with 3 bodies and multiple lenses (still using fuji as backup). Generally they are good for everyday lightweight photography , especially portraits
    But also be aware of fuji's biggest disadvantage : not very good for landsacping photos. Lack of 3D vision/feeling (compared with Nikon and Sony).

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    Looks like the store jacked the price since I first posted the promotion $1871 after code discount

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      Still not at a bargain price yet, will wait for the Black Friday sale in november.

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    I have an X-T20, thinking of upgrading to this.