The Japanese reputed camera maker is all set to launch their new masterpiece later this month. They’ve set their home page with a countdown timer being set for February 26 this year, unveiling the Fujifilm X-T4 globally. Though it isn’t official yet, leakers are always around to throw some light on how they’d look like. Here’s a couple of new images obtained from reliable sources – Fuji Rumors and Fuji Addict.
The new mirrorless camera
As of now, anything we can learn is just from the leaked images. Considering the leaker’s success rate in past, we could assume the details to be fairly true until the official launch. And here are the non-watermarked images procured from Techradar, where they received from Fuji Addict.
From the images above, the new Fujifilm X-T4 seems to be looking the same as it’s predecessor, and even more compact and thicker. This new mirrorless camera could be capable of capturing 6K @60fps as per Fuji Addict, but this is contrary of Fuji Rumours sayings. If yes, it can stand against Panasonic’s Lumix S1H. Aside, the labelled subdial set at the left side seems to be having dedicated HDR mode.
Further leaks say that this new piece could be powered by a bigger battery than its predecessors. T-X3 is juiced by an NP-W126S battery with 1,260 capacity. But the new one could be powered by a massive 2,350 capacity battery, which could hold it alive for a full day. Further, it could be capturing images with its regular 26MP sensor, which is still fine as it does an amazing job with the X-Trans sensor.