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FUJIFILM X-T4 Mirrorless Camera with Battery Grip Kit (Black)

FUJIFILM X-T4 Mirrorless Camera with Battery Grip Kit (Black)
Key Features
  • 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
  • X-Processor 4 Image Processor
  • 5-Axis In-Body Image Stabilization
  • DCI/UHD 4K at 60 fps, Full HD at 240 fps
A well-rounded bundle, the FUJIFILM X-T4 Mirrorless Camera with Battery Grip Kit from B&H pairs the advanced mirrorless camera body with the VG-XT4 Vertical Battery Grip.
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FUJIFILM X-T4 Overview

A well-rounded bundle, the FUJIFILM X-T4 Mirrorless Camera with Battery Grip Kit from B&H pairs the advanced mirrorless camera body with the VG-XT4 Vertical Battery Grip.


Lens Mount
Sensor Resolution
Effective: 26.1 Megapixel (6240 x 4160)
Image Stabilization
Sensor-Shift, 5-Axis
Exposure Control
Shutter Speed
Mechanical Shutter
1/8000 to 900 Second in Manual Mode
1/8000 900 Second in Shutter Priority Mode
1/8000 30 Second in Aperture Priority Mode
1/8000 4 Second in Program Mode
0 60 Minute in Bulb Mode
Electronic Shutter
1/32000 to 900 Second in Manual Mode
1/32000 900 Second in Shutter Priority Mode
1/32000 30 Second in Aperture Priority Mode
1/32000 4 Second in Program Mode
1 1 Second in Bulb Mode
Electronic Front Curtain Shutter
1/8000 to 900 Second in Manual Mode
1/8000 900 Second in Shutter Priority Mode
1/8000 30 Second in Aperture Priority Mode
1/8000 4 Second in Program Mode
0 60 Minute in Bulb Mode
Electronic Shutter
1/8000 to 1/4 Second in Movie Mode
Metering Method
Average, Center-Weighted Average, Multiple, Spot
Exposure Modes
Aperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Exposure Compensation
-5 to +5 EV (1/3 EV Steps)
Continuous Shooting
Mechanical Shutter
Up to 15 fps at 26.1 MP for up to 38 Frames (Raw) / 110 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 10 fps at 26.1 MP for up to 44 Frames (Raw) / 164 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 8 fps at 26.1 MP for up to 49 Frames (Raw) / 200 Frames (JPEG)
Electronic Shutter
Up to 20 fps at 26.1 MP for up to 36 Frames (Raw) / 79 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 30 fps at 20.9 MP for up to 35 Frames (Raw) / 60 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 20 fps at 20.9 MP for up to 37 Frames (Raw) / 114 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 10 fps at 20.9 MP for up to 48 Frames (Raw) / 500 Frames (JPEG)
Interval Recording
2/10-Second Delay
Aspect Ratio
1:1, 3:2, 16:9
Image File Format
Bit Depth
Media/Memory Card Slot
Display Size
1,620,000 Dot
Display Type
Articulating Touchscreen LCD
Built-In Electronic (OLED)
3,690,000 Dot
Eye Point
23 mm
Approx. 0.75x
Diopter Adjustment
-4 to +2
Focus Type
Auto and Manual Focus
Focus Mode
Continuous-Servo AF, Manual Focus, Single-Servo AF
Autofocus Points
Phase Detection: 425
Built-In Flash/Light
Flash Modes
Commander, Manual, Off, Slow Sync, TTL Auto
Maximum Sync Speed
1/250 Second
Dedicated Flash System
External Flash Connection
PC Terminal
Operating Temperature
22 to 72°F / -10 to 40°C
Operating Humidity
10 to 80%
Battery Type
1x NP-W235 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion, 7.2 VDC, 2200 mAh (Approx. 600 Shots)


My First Camera and I am totally in Love!

By Lucia
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-02-24

I love this camera. It has a lot of buttons or physical controls in its design which totally worth it because they work for their purpose and you definitely have a full and fast rule of all the features of the camera, especially when you are taking a shoot; making this camera completely functional with a sleek but bold design. The camera is not too heavy and not too big but it feels consistent in your hand and not like it will break if you just look at it. Also, I love the color and texture on this camera, because it looks resistant to scratches and with style instead of the ones that don't have texture because they feel cheaper and definitely won't hide an accident. About the specs, the camera is excellent and easy to use. In the same way that with any other product, following the instructions in the manual will give you a better understanding of the product and its care.

The Very Good, The Somewhat Bad and The Really Ugly

By Gary
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-12

I have had my Fujifilm X-T4 for several months now and wanted to give my impressions of the camera both positive and negative. High points for me are the in-body stabilization and the large eye-level viewfinder. The main low point is the so called, fully articulated monitor screen. I love the in-body stabilization. At first I did not realize that when using lenses that have in-lens stabilization, you have to turn the switch (on the lens), to the on position for the in-body stabilization to function. Some how the two work together I guess. It is really helpful to have in-body stabilization for lenses that do not have it built-in. Also it's great for hand held video shooting. Either way, it works well and it is a welcomed feature. The other feature of this camera I really like is the large eye-level viewfinder. It reminds me of the viewfinders in my old Nikon (FM and FE) film cameras, big and bright. I have never understood why cameras like my Nikon D750 have such small viewfinders. The full frame D750 viewfinder is like looking through a tunnel compared to the viewfinder of the APS-C Fujifilm X-T4. Other features of the X-T4 that I like are the old school layout of the controls and that the camera is just the right size and weight for me. I don't feel that the Fujifilm X-T4 focuses as quickly or as positively as my Nikon D750. It's not something I have tested side by side, it's just a feeling I have when using one or the other. I am not sure why this is, but no camera I have had since my Nikon D700 handles highlights and contrast as well as that camera did. Maybe it was the fact that camera was full frame and only 12 MP. I never had to worry about blown out highlights with the D700. I got that camera in 2007 and for the first four years I was shooting jpegs before switching to RAW, and I always got great results. I used that camera for at least 10 years. With my Nikon D750, my Fujifilm X-T20, and now the Fujifilm X-T4, high contrast scenes can be a problem. Of course they are all 24 or 26MP cameras. Who knows, maybe the larger pixels on the sensor of the D700 really were an advantage. With the newer cameras I have to always make sure that I am exposing for the highlights and let the shadows fall where ever they may. I can fix shadows in Lightroom, but if an area is blown out, it cannot be recovered. It's just like it was when shooting slide film. So now for my biggest gripe about the Fujifilm X-T4. It is the so called fully articulated monitor screen. In three words, I hate it. Both of my other currently owned digital cameras, the Fujifilm X-T20 and my Nikon D750, have monitor screens that tilt out from the top or bottom. Using the X-T20 pull out screen is a pleasure. If I shoot low, the screen is easy to quickly pull out from the bottom and because it is in-line with the lens, framing is a breeze. The same goes for shooting overhead. The D750 doesn't have the continuously on live-view like the mirrorless cameras, but I can quickly shoot a couple of frames and easily line the camera up with my subject. (Yes, the D750 has does have a live-view mode, but it's slow and clunky to use when taking still photos). With the X-T4's fully articulated monitor screen you have to swing it around, then twist it over, and then manipulate your camera strap out of the way. Lining up with your subject is also not as easy because the monitor is not in-line with the lens. So now to the so called advantage of the fully articulated monitor screen; being able to see yourself. Firstly, if you are shooting selfies, just use your iPhone on a stick. Why would you buy an expensive camera and lens to shoot selfies? Now, if you are shooting studio-style self-portraits, I can see where the fully articulated monitor screen might be beneficial. On the other hand if you are shooting videos where you need to see yourself, which I do when shooting instructional and/or music videos, the fully articulated monitor screen is nearly useless. If you serious about videos, you are going to want have a separate microphone. Well guess where the mic plugs in? It's right in front of the screen when it is in the position to see yourself. In my case, I am using microphones on stands that run through a mixer first. The audio cable and stereo plug adapter block the fully articulated monitor screen to the point it is difficult to see whether or not I am, or my instrument, or other people, are properly lined up in the frame. Plugging in headphones only makes it worse. I have included a picture below. My plan is to buy a cheap add on monitor that mounts on the hot shoe to solve that problem. If you are just using an on camera mic you will still have to plug it in on the side which will block the monitor. I have a bracket (from B&H) that I will use for mounting a mic and add-on monitor to the hot shoe at the same time. So to sum up the Fujifilm X-T4, it's a great camera, that takes great photos and videos (as long as you do not not overexpose the highlights), but the fully articulated monitor screen is a pain. After I wrote this review, Fujifilm announced the X-T5 with a tilt screen. It would seem that Fujifilm got the message.

I'm impressed

By Martin
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-09

It's been a while since I bought a new camera but this one is awesome. Have to spend some time with the manual but once you learn the menus it's Great

On a par with the X-T2

By David
Rated 3 out of 5
Date: 2023-01-09

The Fuji X-T4 borders on being an awkward mirrorless camera to use, and I've used Fujis since their X-series debuted in 2011. The X-T4, for instance, has a new style battery that's both expensive and lacks the heft of previous batteries. While Fuji claims one charge will shoot 660 images, that's only in someone's dreams. It's not the case. More realistically, the X-T4's battery will shoot nearly 100 images. Charging is awkward with a side port that clashes with operation of the rear screen. The Fuji X-T2 is far more fun to handle and shoot.

Beautiful Piece of Kit!

By Zachary
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-12-02

A couple months back I decided to pull the trigger and hop back into crop sensor land (currently have a ff Nikon D850 and D810) as I was looking for lighter weight alternatives for those quick hikes, family stuff, etc. I never had any expectations of this camera catering to anything other than those aspects. Now that I've had it for a few months, it's safe to say that my mindset has completely changed on this front. I was so blown away by the output of this little beast that I can't stop taking it with me everywhere! And that's the beauty of it, it's so easy to take it everywhere. The sad reality is that this lil guy gets far more action than any of my ff Nikon gear. Maybe that will swing in the future or balance back out but for what this X-T4 can do, I have't found myself missing the Nikon gear all that much. It's safe to say that this bad boy has blown me away in far more ways than I would have ever thought when I first purchased it! I love the dials, the feel of it, its character, its video and image quality.....the list goes on. The simple fact of the matter is that this thing actually excites me again, it makes me want to get out there, and that's something I can't always say with some of my other gear. This just goes to show that the best camera is the one that gets you excited to get out there.....and I found that here! Amazing work, Fuji!

Moved from my X-T2 to the XT4

By Don
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-13

Finally made the jump and I am quite happy with the decision. For still photography probability not necessary; but I love the new dual functionality of shooting both stills and movies. Very easy to transition to the menu as it is very similar to the earlier one.

So far a smooth switch from DSRL full frame camera

By Shayne
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-02-05

Traded in my Nikon D750 for Fuji X-T4 mainly for the following 2 reasons. 1) I wanted to switch to a lighter and smaller camera without sacrificing the quality of image or any professional functionalities, so that I can spend more time on family/travel use. 2) I wanted a camera that is equally strong on still photo and video. So far, X-T4 meets my needs. I can use it more for family and travel, not just for freelancer side gigs. It's only about 60% of D750's weight, so I want to bring it out more frequently. X-T4's continuous auto focus and stabilization are considerable improvements compared to D750. The fully articulated screen, the weather sealed body, dual SD slot, and 240fps high speed recording mode are something else I cared about when I considered to buy. The camera set with 1680 lens is a big saving than buying separately. Also buying a used product also make it more affordable. Plus, it's such a beautiful machine.

Still an amazing hybrid camera

By Dan
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2023-02-01

There's not much else to say, really. Both photo and video quality are amazing. Focus peaking is great, EVF is fantastic, and the fully rotating screen allows me to hide it while shooting stills and comes in clutch when filming in 4:2:0 for motion. My favorite piece of gear that I own.

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Does the kit with come with batteries? If it's ...

Does the kit with come with batteries? If it's yes, how many? Thank you!
Asked by: Aya
It’s only comes with the 1 battery.
Answered by: Valentz
Date published: 2021-01-20

Will Adobe Lr6 stand alone, read the RAW files on ...

Will Adobe Lr6 stand alone, read the RAW files on the X-T4? Or do I need to subscribe to Adobe CC?
Asked by: James
The minimum version of Lightroom needed to open RAW files from the X-T4 is version 9.2. You can either upgrade to Lightroom Classic/CC or use the Adobe DNG Converter software to process the files. The DNG Converter can be downloaded directly on Adobe's site.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-12-02

I would like to know is the tomos ninja flame ...

I would like to know is the tomos ninja flame can work with this fuji xt4?
Asked by: jorge
The Atomos Ninja Flame is compatible with the FUJIFILM X-T4 Mirrorless Camera.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2022-11-23

What lens model?

What lens model?
Asked by: Sergey
This comes with the FUJIFILM XF 16-80mm f/4 R OIS WR Lens (
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2022-05-31

Doe the X-T4 allow for shooting both jpeg and raw ...

Doe the X-T4 allow for shooting both jpeg and raw at the same time?
Asked by: Domenic
Yes. With two SD cards installed RAW will be saved to one and JPEG to the other. Provides a bit of a safety net.
Answered by: Jared
Date published: 2020-06-18

I see that there are many film profiles to select ...

I see that there are many film profiles to select from. Can I create my own profile in the camera? In other words, can I make up a profile with my own settings for contrast, sharpness, color intensity, etc.?
Asked by: Michael
Yes, you can definitely make your own "recipe" as it's called in the Fujifilm Community. You would use one of the built in profiles as your base and then add your own touches to everything. It's pretty flexible and fun to experiment with different looks.
Answered by: Kevin
Date published: 2020-12-17

Does this come with any charging cords or a ...

Does this come with any charging cords or a manual?
Asked by: Travis
Fuji XT4 manual can be downloaded here. Fuji XT4 comes with a USB charging cable and ac adapter to charge the battery while it is in the camera.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2022-10-19

Is the x-t3 battery compatible with the x-t4?

Is the x-t3 battery compatible with the x-t4?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hi--the X-T4 uses a different battery:
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2020-02-27
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