Ought to be a great camera. Lots of people I know (news photographers) are using the X-T3 already, and are enthusiastic about its performance; this is bound to be even better.
If it really adds IBIS from the X-H1 then the T4 is going to be a gamechanger. It's not something a firmware update can add, anyway, and I thought these days most cameras are pretty well done from the get go, without a pressing need for the software to be upgraded drastically?
Note: I don't care about video, and never in all my life had to save/load user settings so I'm not sure about the rest of your points.
02-06-2020, 12:24 PM
(This post was last modified: 02-06-2020, 01:18 PM by JJ_SO.)
Come on, Rover. A "gamechanger"? If it's only IBIS, this doesn't change that much - Fuji has some OIS lenses plus X-H1, so the anti-wobble-gobble was already available.
When I use a Z body, I don't feel the game has changed much compared to the non-IBIS D850, but in terms of transport and AF accuracy, the whole shabangg of mirrorless - that is a change. But Fuji only has mirrorless and they have a capable IBIS body already. So wether it has or has no IBIS, it's only one of their evolutions which lowers the prices of the current bodies.
If it's coming with a fully articulated screen we're talking again. If it's coming with two banks for user settings, we're talking. If it's coming with an Arca Swiss bottom plate, we're talking.
But for a "gamechanger" I definitely want to see a bit more than only an evolution.
EDIT: On Fujirumors there's already IBIS and fully articulated screen as given specs. So, let's see, if that rumors become realmors.