Fuji X-T4 sample and test photos. The Fuji X-T4 is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with an outstanding APS-C size image sensor (great high ISO and dynamic range).

The photos in this gallery will almost always be raw files edited to my taste in Lightroom Classic CC and then exported as JPG.  I understand Capture One handles the X-Trans raw files better than LR, but I know LR very well and I'm satisfied with the results.  Please note that I often intentionally add a vignette during editing, so don't assume a vignette you see is a lens problem.

I have a video on YouTube regarding the JJC Hand Grip, HERE as well as a video with general thoughts about the X-T4 after first buying it, HERE.  And finally, my overall 'review' of the camera and a tip on how to set the command dial to control aperture is HERE.  I have a vacation gallery from July 2020 shot entirely with the X-T4 & 16-80mm lens HERE

You can view my ISO test photos at 100% (and a few other misc test photos) in this gallery

I have a Nikon Z7 as well and that will remain my 'primary' camera (used most often or when I want the very best image quality and easier handling that's more like a DSLR).  You can see in my photos the Z7 and X-T4 are very, very similar in size even though the Z7 has a huge lens mount, IBIS and full frame sensor.  The Z7 however does not have a fully articulating rear screen.  

I always get an Expert Shield LCD protector for my cameras.  I like the crystal clear version best.

***Update July 2, 2020: My original silver X-T4 had a major problem.  I uploaded a video of the problem is on YouTube.  Sometimes it would not power on.  I tried to exchange it for a replacement but a silver body was not in stock so I now have a BLACK body.***

***Update July 25, 2020:  I tried to love the X-T4/gave it a fair chance but while I did enjoy the user experience, I just could not get past the fact that the camera (with the 16-80mm lens) often does not give me a good focus where I put the focus point.  When looking at the focus point at 100% while editing, I have way too many images that are not in focus or are very soft (VERY noticeably soft, not just a little off focus).  I decided to take advantage of the return policy and return the X-T4 for a store credit.  I will be replacing it with a Nikon Z5 and the new 24-200mm lens.  My Z7 has been the most accurate camera I've ever owned regarding single point AF accuracy and I'm sure the Z5 will be the same in that regard.  I'm not saying anyone should not buy  the X-T4, but for me it just didn't work out as planned so I want to get out while I can and not lose any money. ***  

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