Fujifilm X-T3 vs X-T4
The X-T4 is one of the most exciting and complete APS-C cameras you can find today.
How does it compare to its predecessor, the X-T3?
They have the same 26MP APS-C X-Trans IV BSI Sensor and X-Processor 4 engine, the latest developed by Fujifilm (as of early 2021).
They have good low light performance with an ISO range that goes from 160 to 12800, or 80 and to 51200 with the extended values.
The X-T4 has a larger battery that proved to be a good improvement over the X-T3's older battery for stills and video.
For example, the X-T3 recorded about 58 minutes of video in 4K/50p before exhausting the battery. The X-T4 gave me an extra half an hour.
The X-T3 has a 3-way tilting mechanism: in addition to tilting up and down, it can be oriented 70˚ to facilitate vertically oriented photographs.
The X-T4 LCD has a multi-angle mechanism with a 180˚ rotation. This facilitates V-Logging and selfies.
The X-T4 has more settings to tweak the image in camera, including the Classic Neg and Eterna Bleach Bypass colour profiles that Fujifilm calls film simulation modes.
The X-T4 also has a new HDR mode that blends three images together and gives you more detail in the highlights and shadows. The final output works in JPG.
The 4K capabilities are the same. They can record up to 60p with 10-bit (internal), F-Log and HLG. The max. recording time per clip is 20min at 60p, or 30min up to 30p.
In Full HD, the X-T4 can record 1080p video at 240fps, whereas the X-T3 can do a maximum of 120fps.
But that is not all! There are other differences, including the most important one: image stabilisation!