We’ve been shooting around more with our pre-production Fujifilm X-E4 and though its image quality is a known-quantity, we’re now getting a much better sense of of how it handles. In many ways, it feels like an interchangeable lens version of the X100V, especially in terms of size and shape.
That said, the X-E4 is not as robustly built and offers fewer control points and a lower-res EVF than its fixed-lens counterpart. But it’s just as capable and still plenty fun to shoot with!
View our updated Fujifilm X-E4 pre-production gallery
Note: Images in this gallery are from a pre-production camera. At Fujifilm’s request, we’ve included only JPEGs at this time.
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