Based on 24 reviews
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- Great for beginners and enthusiasts
- Impressive build quality
- Image quality is great out of the box
- Very portable
- Good for travel and street photography
I wanted to love you
I had really high expectations for this camera and overall it really did meet all of them. But I returned it. Why? 1. The grip and thumb rest are really needed. That's an additional $150. The lens also really needs the lens hood and cap that comes with the lens if you buy it individually but not wit...
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It also uses the same NP-126S battery pack as the X-Pro3, which should be sufficient for fairly long usage sessions. Unfortunately, this camera's very compact design can make it uncomfortable to hold for users with larger hands, though you can buy a thumb rest and an accessory grip separately. Get the X-Pro3 if you want a more ruggedly-built camera with twin SD card slots and a hybrid optical/electronic viewfinder, but consider the X-E4 if you prioritize portability and want to save some money
Fujifilm X-E4 Review
The Fujifilm X-E4's throwback style and dial-based control is sure to please fans of rangefinder cameras and is an especially good match with XF prime lenses. Sign up for Lab Report to get the latest reviews and top product advice delivered right to your inbox. This newsletter may contain advertising, deals, or affiliate links
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I have the Fuji xt10, XH1 and X10. I wanted something with the quality of my XH1 but smaller for street photography. I considered the XS10, although it is small, it is bulky. Plus, this camera only cost 50 dollars more with a lens. I got it and love it. It is small and does not have the extra bulk l...
Fujifilm X-E4 overview
The fujifilm xe4 is an aps-c format, mirrorless interchangeable, lens camera aimed at beginner and enthusiast photographers. The xc4 is a compact, rangefinder style camera, which offers the same 26 megapixel x-trans sensor and quad-core x, processor 4 found in higher-end fujifilm ilcs, but in a smaller, more affordable camera. If you need a little more to hold on to the thumb, rest is available, as well as a screw-in hand, grip with an in-built arca-style compatible base plate images are composed using either the 2
Avery nice camera but why is everything extra? Ambivelant user
I enjoyed using the camera but wonder why I have to pay for a cover for the flash shoe, a bump -out grip to hold this little cube easier, a thumb grip as a counterbalance all adding up to another $160 when having spent so much on the camera? It doesn't even come with a real charger, just a USB cord....
The Fujifilm X-E4 is a compact rangefinder-style mirrorless camera. It's very portable, which makes it easy to travel with, and it feels impressively well-built. Image quality is great out of the box, with minimal noise and very little degradation of sharpness even when shooting at moderately high ISO levels
Too much for too little
First thing you should know is that this model doesn't have IBIS. Second thing is that the lens does not come with the hood. Add extras outta your cash filled pocket for the grip, hotshoe cover, the hood & you almost gonna hover around the fourteen hundred or more bucks. Also, not enough buttons to ...
Fujifilm X-E4 Hands-on Review
Mil years ago - and it's been one of my go-to lenses - the 23mm is equivalent of a 35mm, which happens to be my favorite focal length, we're going to wrap it up here in black diamond and head back to calgary. But i of course want to know what you guys think of the fujifilm xe4 is its good looks and list of specifications a compelling option for you as a camera or you're, going to look for a different model within the fuji lineup or a different brand. All together, let us know in the comments down below
Heavy Use - All That and Then Some!
This camera is what I needed. I had a FujiFilm x100s years ago and loved it, but traded up for my studio DSLR. I missed it greatly, but it was an extravagance to me because I couldn't change lenses. The E4, with the new 27mm WR lens gives me all the benefits I had in the x100s. Granted my phone is t...
X-E4 XF27mmF2.8 Kit - Silver