Report: Fuji X-T4 to Shoot Internal 6K/60p with Anamorphic Mode and IBIS

It seems that Fujifilm are taking the mirrorless race pretty seriously, especially when it comes to video shooting capabilities. According to multiple sources, the company is about to up the ante with the release of the next iteration of the popular X-T3.The Fujifilm X-T4 is rumored to bring 10-bit 6K video recording up to 60fps alongside Anamorphic Mode and built-in 5-axis image stabilization previously seen on the discontinued Fujifilm X-H1.

Considering that the X-T3 is already capable of capturing UHD 4K60p video internally as well as 4K60p 4:2:2 10-bit via HDMI output both at up to 400 Mb/s, no wonder internal 6K recording is on the radar. The inclusion of built-in IBIS, on the other hand, that is currently absent on the X-T3, will take the successor’s performance to a whole new level making it an enticing offering for many video shooters.

According to Nokishita, there are certain indications showing that the X-T4 has been registered FCC certification along with two other Fuji mirrorless cameras.

It has also been reported that brand new S35 camera will sport larger grip, completely new battery type, top LCD display, and fully articulated screen rather than the traditional flip-out one on the X-T3 thus merging the X-H and X-T lines, with a beefed-up body-design.

There are even rumors, suggesting that the flagship mirrorless camera will be announced on the 26th of February, 2020. Well, I guess we’ll know for sure in less than a month’s time. Meanwhile, keep an eye on Fuji Rumors that continue to spill the beans on the upcoming release.

[source: Fuji Rumors]

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