Fujifilm has announced its new flagship X-T4 APS-C mirrorless camera with a five-axis in-body stabilisation that promises up to 6.5-stops of stabilisation. It features the same 26.1MP BSI CMOS X-Trans 4 sensor, quad-core X-Processor 4, and 3.69 million-dot EVF as its predecessor. The Japanese imaging major claims the new mechanical shutter is "the fastest and most robust in the history of the X Series”. The autofocus system is now down to about 0.02 seconds, and the rear display packs more resolution and flips around for selfies or vlogging. It can snap full-resolution images at up to 15fps, and shoot 4K videos at 60fps or 1080p at 240 fps. The X-T4 will go on sale in Spring 2020 for $1,700 in the US. The Indian pricing and availability hasn’t been announced yet.