Having announced it earlier this year, Fujifilm has now brought the E-X4 mirrorless camera to the Indian soil. According to the manufacturer, the E-X4 is the most compact interchangeable-lens camera in its X-series line-up.
Measuring 121.3mm x 72.9mm x 32.7mm, the Fujifilm E-X4 is a good centimetre thinner than the E-X3, of which, as the name suggests, it is a successor. It sits below the X-T4 in the brand's product portfolio, and it seems to be a perfect fit for photographers who prefer rangefinder-style mirrorless cameras.
The Fujifilm E-X4 features a 26.1-megapixel X-Trans sensor along with a high-speed X-Processor 4 image-processing engine, both of which were also featured on the comparatively expensive X-T4. The camera also gets dedicated dials for controlling the exposure and shutter speed.
It also gets a new tilting screen, which sits flush with the body. The Fujifilm E-X4 can shoot 4K/30fps 4:2:0 8-bit videos downsampled from 6K and store it on the internal storage. It can also output 4K/30fps 4:2:2 10-bit videos via the HDMI port. The mirrorless camera is also capable of capturing 1080p videos at 240fps.
The Fujifilm E-X4 is priced in India at ₹74,999 (Body Only). It is available starting today in black and silver, and it can also be purchased in combination with a 27mm F2.8 lens for ₹91,999. Besides that, Fujifilm has also introduced two new lenses – XF 27mm F2.8 Ⅱ (₹36,999) and XF 70-300mm F4-5.6 (₹73,999).