27 Jan Fujifilm X-E4: slimmed down, rangefinder style 26MP mirrorless
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Fujifilm has announced the X-E4, the latest in its line of midrange rangefinder-style mirrorless cameras. It’s built around the same 26MP X-Trans BSI-CMOS sensor as the X-S10 and shares many of that camera’s features. The main difference is styling and the X-E4’s lack of image stabilization.
The X-E4 is the smallest X-E camera yet and Fujifilm says its been designed to be as flat as possible, to allow it to fit more easily into pockets (presumably without a lens attached). This means there’s nothing in the way of a hand grip, though a screw-on hand-grip and Arca-style compatible base plate is available.
As with the X-S10 it has a quad-core ‘X-Processor 4’ chip at its heart, which provides the same AF performance as the range-topping X-T4. The X-E4 is also capable of shooting DCI or UHD 4K video at up to 30p or continuous stills at up to 30 fps with its electronic shutter and a 1.25x crop. Full-sensor stills come at up to 20 fps with the electronic shutter or 8 fps in mechanical shutter mode.
The X-E4 also shares its 2.36M-dot OLED viewfinder with the X-S10, along with similar optics, providing 0.62X magnification, in full-frame terms. The rear screen is a 1.63M-dot touchscreen that folds up or down by 180 degrees, allowing selfies or vlogging-style video shooting.
The styling appears to be a blend of previous X-E and X-A cameras but the control system, with dedicated shutter speed and exposure comp dials, along
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