Best compact middle class Fuji X100V and highend Fuji XT-4

4 months 3 weeks ago #679720 by Lucas955
I have a model FujiX100F but what we were looking to switch to the new X100V does not make much sense. Image quality has also improved slightly thanks to a better lens. When I take it from the image quality, the shift is minimal? Would you consider switching and selling X100F to X100V?

Have you had a chance to try Fujifilm X-T4? Apparently the image processor is basically the one that Fuji had on a high class model before, the biggest difference is in image stabilization. I wonder if the image quality shifts. I enjoy their APSC chips, but I think that noise and quality has little to lift it is limited by chip size and resolution.

I know that the speed of the camera, sequential shooting, video etc. is developing. But in terms of image quality, detail, noise and the possibility of high ISO this is what I care if the new generation makes sense.

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4 months 3 weeks ago #679804 by Shadowfixer1
Lots of advantages in the 100 V vs. the F. The tilt screen,better lens and just overall tweaks in how it operates make it a more polished camera. It all comes down to if it's worth the extra money to you. As far as the XT-4 is concerned, the main implementation is the IBIS and FAS. I think the image quality over the 3 is very minimal. If the choice is the 100V or an XT-4, then the choice is a no brainer in my opinion. The XT-4 is a much more versatile tool. The 100V is basically a street and city travel kind of camera.

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4 months 2 weeks ago #680368 by Lucas955
I understand that the X100V is a little better and has a better lens and other enhancements ... But it seems to me minimal enhancement and image quality minimal compared to its predecessor. The review mentioned that the X100V near much better blade has sharper shots even on the F2 compared to the X100F. They wrote it as if it was an X100F problem. After all, everyone knows that the F2 images were slightly softer, but that would be out of focus or failed to focus ??? I do not think so. I find it trivial compared to the IV model. For XT4 I was wondering whether it is a camera that is not only multipurpose but also visually is a bit further, so far we have not had the opportunity to compare images from it ...

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