It also comes with an all-new battery
Fujifilm updates its prosumer mirrorless camera line with the X-T4. A successor to the X-T3 from 2018, the X-T4’s biggest new feature a 5-axis in-body image stabilization, which Fujifilm claims can deliver up to 6.5 stops of stabilization when used with the majority of its XC/XF lenses. It is also better than the IBIS found on the X-H1 as Fujifilm uses magnetic force instead of springs to keep the mechanism smaller and lighter.
The shutter gets an upgrade on the X-T4 with its use of a new high-torque coreless DC motor. The new motor gives the X-T4 the ability to shoot up to 15FPS, a low 0.035-second shutter lag, and a rated durability of 300,000 actuations. The new motor claims to be quieter as the one found on the X-T3.
For the first time in the X-Tx series, the X-T4 comes with a fully-articulating touchscreen display, along with a new ETERNA Bleach Bypass film simulation for low saturation and high contrast images and videos. For videos, the X-T4 can now shoot slow-mo Full HD videos at 240FPS (at 200mbps bit rate) and DCI 4K at 60FPS (at 400mbps bit rate), and comes with a dedicated still/movie mode dial for easier switching between the two modes.
To keep up with those new internal upgrades, the X-T4 uses an all-new NP-W235 battery that is rated for up to 600 shots in economy mode.
The X-T4 retails for $1700(~Php 86.8k) and will be available by Spring.