27 Jan The smallest X-mount camera yet: Fujifilm X-E4 initial review

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Product photography by Dan Bracaglia

The Fujifilm X-E4 is a lightweight, rangefinder-styled camera built around a 26MP APS-C sized sensor that uses the company’s X-mount lineup of lenses. Billed as a fun-to-use and compact photographic companion, the X-E4 is the smallest X-mount camera yet, encouraging you to keep it around wherever you wind up.

With Fujifilm’s latest sensor and processor combo, the X-E4 inherits a lot of the goodies from the most recent Fujifilm cameras, including updated autofocus, solid video specs and really impressive burst shooting rates. And if you’re a JPEG shooter, you now have eighteen of Fujifilm’s excellent film simulations to choose from.

I’ve always found the X-E series to be a fun companion for photo walks. Out of camera JPEG from a pre-production camera using the Provia or standard film simulation.
ISO 160 | 1/480 sec | F8 | Fujifilm XF 35mm F1.4 R

I’ve been a fan of Fujifilm’s X-E series since I reviewed the X-E2S back in 2016. I’ve liked the size, controls and styling, and the image quality has always been solid. But since the release of the X-T3, the first Fujifilm camera to use the newer 26MP sensor, the X-E series has lagged behind the updates in other areas of Fujifilm’s lineup, so I was glad to

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