DPRTV: Fujifilm X-E4 COVID First Impressions Review – Get Well Soon Chris!

DPRTV host Chris Niccolls caught COVID and is quarantined from his family and Jordon Drake that remain uninfected thankfully. To pass the time he put together this Fujifilm X-E4 First Impressions Review. We hope he gets well soon. Below is a summary of his brief video review:

  • Handling is the biggest reason to get this camera
  • The X-E4 looks and feels great
  • Fujifilm is trying to make the X-E4 look like the X100, but it doesn’t quite have the right feel
  • The dials are very well dampened
  • USB-C port that comes with a headphone jack adapter in addition to an internal mic input and micro HDMI port
  • With the new XF27mm lens, the camera is basically identical to an X100V in size and weight
  • X-E4+27mm f/2.8 449g and X100V 479g
  • Image quality and AF should be about the same as the X-T4 since the processor and sensor are the same
  • 8fps mechanical shutter, but faster in electronic shutter mode
  • Single UHS-I SD card slot
  • 20 lossless compressed RAW shots before the camera slows down
  • NPW-126S battery 460 CIPA rated shots per charge
  • 1.62 million dot rear touch screen that tilts vertically and sits flat
  • The offset EVF is a big draw
  • 2.36 million dot EVF has poor eye relief
  • Fujifilm X-S10 is only $100 more, but this is like an X100V style camera with interchangeable lenses
  • If you want small, simple, and stylish this camera is for you

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