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  • Would you check out what I've got my hands on with?

  • It's the new Fujifilm X-T4. And it looks pretty flipping cool.

  • The first thing is that, when I pick this up, is that, it's wider, it's taller than the X-T3.

  • It's chunkier, it's a bit heavier, and that's because,

  • It's got more stuff inside and a bigger battery to power the more stuff.

  • What stuff exactly. Well, there are some minor little tweaks here and there,

  • but I'm not talking about the minor things.

  • This, this bit's detachable, new leather flappy bits.

  • What else you've got.

  • You've got a more rigid eye cap. It's 40% more rigid than before. It's a lockable.

  • Don't know how they measure that? It's 40% more rigid anyway.

  • Oh, it's really tough, about 40% more tough.

  • I'm talking about the big things. This has now got eye bits. Inside. Oh yes.

  • Ooooh yes, they've XH-ed the X-T, so you can take photos like a quasi gangster style and still get still shots -

  • Wow are they actually still alive?

  • So yeah, it's a 5-axis IBIS system which provides up to 6 stops of stabilisation,

  • depending on lens.

  • Here's a photo, here's a little photo of what lenses it depends on.

  • Depends on not having those two lenses basically. Note, it's actually 6.5 stops,

  • not just a mere 6 stops.

  • The body is bigger than the X-T3 as a result but the IBIS is still 30% smaller and 20% lighter than the X-H's.

  • It also uses magnetic springs not hooks and springs,

  • which means two things: 1. It's like really high tech and stuff

  • And 2. You can brag about it to your geeky photo mates.

  • Tell you what, this weather is absolutely crap. Let me just get my gilet.

  • Gilet. I'll get my gilet.

  • A little bit nippy. Let me go back.

  • Yeah, there we are, that's much better.

  • So yeah, 6.5 stops of stabilisation, for still mode, makes still mode just that bit steadier,

  • but still mode is great because now you've got 15 FPS which is a magnificent burst rate to have.

  • Barely notice it. The shutter sound on this is really quiet.

  • You probably can't hear it anyway with all these noise going on in the background

  • but it is 30% quieter than before,

  • which is nice, it's really nice and dampened.

  • It must have a new shutter mechanism in there because as well as they're doing 15 FPS,

  • it goes up to 300,000 actuations.

  • That's a long shutter life. That's doubled than before.

  • It was 150,000 before? 300,000.

  • I mean that's pro-level camera kind of stuff.

  • Well, that's a bit quieter, let me blast off another burst of photos for your listening pleasure.

  • Can you hear that? Hear that? Ooooh.

  • Naturally, I show you just how quiet it is by putting it right next to my micHmm...makes sense.

  • That's a lovely boring shot, isn't it? Just as well, because I've got about 300 of them now.

  • Anyways, it's good thing that they have given a bigger battery because the X-T3 battery wasn't exactly great.

  • It was one of the things that I didn't like too much about the X-T3.

  • This is good for 500 frames now on one charge.

  • The X-T3's battery is rated at 390 shots, and the different battery and size of the body means new grip, too.

  • Let's go check out Chinatownlet's see how quiet Chinatown is these days.

  • I'm telling you, when you look at the restaurants, so quiet here. It's ridiculous.

  • I think all we know is because it's not pissing it down on rain.

  • It's because China food doesn't feel yum, does it?

  • As soon as you finish eating it you feel hungry.

  • They've gone to MaccyD's, haven't they?

  • While we're talking about the quick bursty thing,

  • it's the R rhythm for the AF has been improved, so it's quicker.

  • Apparently it's as good as anything else on the market.

  • Sony?

  • Didn't mention it, but I guessed that's who they mean.

  • Cause you got the eye and face detection tracking.

  • How much better is it? Dunno. Nothing to compare it to hereit feels good though.

  • It's sticky, it picks up eyes when the subject is still relatively small in the frame.

  • Yup, so I mean that pretty much is it for the still side of things. I mean, there's not much else.

  • Button layout on the back has been changed.

  • "AF On" button is rounder, people are, like round knobs.

  • Ergonomically, the X-T4 feels good.

  • I like the slightly beefed up dimensions - it feels better in the hands

  • Yeah, that's the still side of the things.

  • But I think the big improvements come with the video side of things.

  • Big emphasis has been put on the movie mode - it even has it's own selector switch now.

  • Bo Selecta. Andandseparate menus for movie and stills, which I like.

  • I hate using a movie mode, switching to stills and having to change the shutter speed and picture profile every bloody time.

  • OK, so now I'm vlogging with the X-T4 with the 18-55mm lens

  • on its widest settings at 18mm, which is about 28mm, so it's not really wide enough

  • because now the shot is gonna be all face.

  • But I've got the OIS on as well as the IBIS, so hopefully this would be nice and smooth.

  • So, anyway, in addition to this, you can also have digital image stabilisation,

  • and as well as an IS boost.

  • IS boost is for static subjects, and when you're static,

  • and the digital image stabilisation is for static subject, and if you're moving....

  • Easy to understand, right?

  • Shitting hell. The weather is shit.

  • Digital IS works well when combined with OIS and IBIS; using IS Boost while standing there,

  • shooting a static subject - not a huge improvement but maybe that's cos I have really safe, steady hands.

  • It has to be noted that using the digital IS or IS Boost incurs a bit of croppage.

  • Would I use these modes?

  • Probably not, I think the OIS and IBIS combination is enough most of the time,

  • but I guess it's nice to have the option to BOOST when you like.

  • Another thing I'd try to make do withoutbut unfortunately, had to succumb to using...

  • Oh well, no harm in looking like a giant prophylactic once in a while

  • Anyway, what else have we got in terms of new video features?

  • We've got a new film simulation, we've got the turn of bleach bypass.

  • Bleach bypass is not someone who doesn't like cleaning their toilets.

  • It goes back to the old film days when the bleach process was skipped, hence name,

  • the end result is reduced saturation and exposure latitude, increased contrast - harder tonality - and graininess.

  • Basically it looks just like this.

  • In terms of the actual 4K, it does 4K 2530p, 4K 50p and 60p, in 60p it's still cropped,

  • just like the X-T3 1.18 times crop.

  • And then the HDMI you get 4:2:2, 4K 60p, cinema 4K with F-log recording internal.

  • You also have view assist so you can see it in BT709 and so it's not just LOG on the screen.

  • I know people are going to hate on this flip screen just cos it's a flip screen.

  • And it's a camera meant for photo geeks, isn't it? But it's actually quite nicely done.

  • It fits quite nice and flush when you flip it away.

  • This 1.6 million dot LCD unit tucks away nicer than some other tilt flips (GH5 for example)…

  • and the flip side to that. Oh God that pun.

  • You can almost pretend that it's a film camera

  • if you have imagination.

  • But one thing is that it doesn't have a conventional headphone socket,

  • you'll have to use a USB-C adaptor before you can use headphones with this.

  • Also, you can backup records to your second slot for video.

  • And tally light.

  • We like tally lights, it's good, front and back.

  • Can't think of much to dislike about the X-T4. The stepping Auto ISO in video perhaps.

  • There will be grumpy buggers that are just to going to lose their shizzle over the flip screen.

  • Then why not go for the X-T3, it's not going to be discontinued, probably cheaper now if anything.

  • The X-H1 is no longer but they did say that the X-H line is not dead.

  • Still, the X-T4 is made to compete with Sony's top of the line APSC -

  • The a6600 - which has a flip screen, IBIS, bigger battery, slick AF.

  • And the X-T4 could be a perfect all-in-one:

  • good looking stills with great AF performance paired with clean,

  • low rolling shutter video that benefits from IBIS and that screen.

  • Perhaps, good timing, seeing as my GH5 was a bit under the weather after this shoot.

Would you check out what I've got my hands on with?

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富士フイルム X-T4 ハンズオン ファーストインプレッション (Fujifilm X-T4 Hands-on First Impression)

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    jhyang0529 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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