Fujifilm X-T4 Details and X-H2 May Never Come

A new source contacted me today that claims to have accurate inside information that sounds plausible to me so I have decided to share it with readers.

He says Fujifilm will not make an X-H2 ever because it isn’t a unique enough product to sell well and Fujifilm feels it was a mistake to make. Instead, the Fujifilm X-T4 will get IBIS. This seems very plausible and while it is possible that the H line up could come back if Fujifilm can come up with a unique design for it they believe it is highly unlikely.

X-T4 details
It should be about 1/3 of an inch thicker and about 5-6oz heavier.
6k60p and 10-bit internal
Anamorphic Ratio Support
Probably fully articulating flippy screen like the S1H

None of this would be overly surprising since the announcement of the Fujifilm X-T3 basically killed X-H1 sales overnight. Fujifilm really should stick with one flagship DSLR style camera and one flagship rangefinder-style camera just like they always did before X-H1. The Fujifilm X-H1 was nice, but I do not think many that used one felt that it was much better than the X-T and if the size of the X-T increases slightly and gets IBIS while maintaining it’s price point most should be more than happy.

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