16 Feb X-E4: The minimalist tool of its time
Source: Fuji X Passion
First of all, I would like to thank Mr. Keitaro So, Divisional Head of Fujifilm for providing the loan for X-E4, XF27mm R WR and XF70-300mm R OIS WR. These units were loaned from Fujifilm Asia Pacific and returned to them. All the shots shown here were taken by me, and some shots were edited with minor adjustments inside the X-E4.
In this review, I will discuss less about the specifications and the hardware of this camera. What I will be going to share is more towards my experience of using X-E4 and XF 27mm R WR. So the review is a mixture of both together. As for the XF70-300mm, I will discuss in the next post. Let’s begin…
Design – X-E4
When I first saw the camera, the first thing that I noticed was the design language. It’s basically an X100V’s younger brother. The X-E4 borrows many similar design options from the X100V, but not quite the same as X100V. I have to say, I love this design a lot and, it quite resembles the good old film days a lot.
The next thing I noticed was the flat minimalistic camera body without the grip. I am sure everyone does notice the same thing as me. Before I hold the camera, I ask myself, how should I hold the camera without the grip? Will the camera
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