Back in 2018, Fujifilm launched their flagship camera in the form of the X-T3. It came with various improvements over its predecessor, the X-T2, but it was also missing some wishlist features that Fujifilm fans were hoping for. But could Fujifilm be making it “right” with the X-T4? That’s what some of the rumors are saying.

According to a report from Fuji Rumors, they have published some alleged features that will be part of the X-T4, which they are also claiming could be launching towards the end of 2020. One of the big features that the camera is rumored to come with is in-body image stabilization (IBIS). While Fujifilm has lenses that offer image stabilization, it is on a lens-to-lens basis which means that if you don’t have that lens, you won’t have IBIS.

However, Fujifilm introduced IBIS with the X-H1, which has since led to some photographers hoping and wishing that the company would introduce a similar feature to its other cameras. If the rumors are to be believed, this could actually happen with the X-T4. Other rumored features of the camera include how it might be slightly thicker and heavier than the X-T3, and how it could also shoot 6K video at 60 fps. There will also be a fully articulating flip out display.

Take it with a grain of salt for now but hopefully we’ll have more details soon.

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