DPRTV Fujifilm X-T4, Sony a6600, Canon M6MKII, Nikon Z50 Shootout: FUJIFILM Easily Dominates APS-C, Except for…

DPRTV compares the best APS-C mirrorless camera from four brands:

You can see the video above and read the summary below.

In short: There is no competition. It makes no sense to even try to compare anything APS-C related to Fujifilm right now. It is hands down the best APS-C choice and dominates in basically every area, except one: autofocus.

To be clear, it focuses great, all cameras in this shootout do. But where it is not on par with Sony and Canon so far, it’s autofocus tracking.


  1. Fujifilm X-T4: good grip and nice dial execution. You can still use it like a DSLR via front and back dial. Lots of versatility
  2. Nikon Z50
  3. Canon M6 II
  4. Sony A6600


  1. Fujifilm X-T4: best display. Touch screen with full articulation. Nice EVF
  2. Nikon Z50
  3. Canon M6 II
  4. Sony A6600


All cameras have very good autofocus.

  1. Sony A6600
  2. Canon M6 II
  3. Fujifilm X-T4: very much improved AF, especially face and eye AF. Performs very well. The tracking is not as sticky, though
  4. Nikon Z50

Image Quality

  1. Fujifilm X-T4: love 26MP sensor. Good low light performance and dynamic range. Fast readout with minimal rolling shutter which makes electronic shutter more useful. Great JPEG’s and film simulations. X-Trans does not play very nice with Adobe software. But DPRTV uses Capture One, and that works great
  2. Canon M6 II
  3. Sony A6600
  4. Nikon Z50

Battery Life

  1. Sony A6600
  2. Fujifilm X-T4: NP-W235 battery. USB-C charging
  3. Nikon Z50
  4. Canon M6 II


  1. Fujifilm X-T4: killer video camera. Internal 10bit recording. 4K60p. IBIS. Fully articulating screen. ETERNA profile. USB-C dongle for headphones. by far the best camera
  2. Sony A6600
  3. Nikon Z50
  4. Canon M6 II

Final Rankings

  1. Fujifilm X-T4: most expensive of the bunch. Higher specs than the other cameras. Fujifilm has invested strongly in APS-C. Complete lineup. Lots of lenses. Professional body. Nice styling. Nice to use and to own.
  2. Sony A6600
  3. Canon M6 II
  4. Nikon Z50

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IBIS Showdown 2020: Fujifilm X-T4 vs Panasonic GH5 vs Olympus E-M1 III vs Sony A6600

IMPORTANT UPDATE: X-T4 is with older firmware and not with firmware 1.02, as imaging resource told me.

Imaging Resource has compared the IBIS performance of the following 4 cameras:

It is unclear if the Fujifilm X-T4 was used with the very recent firmware 1.02, which hugely improved IBIS performance.

Down below you can find the video and a summary of the results.

In short: while MFT cameras still are the top, the Fujifilm X-T4 holds up surprisingly well, whereas the Sony falls clearly behind all of them.

IBIS Showdown (Video + Summary)

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MapCamera: Fujifilm X100V Top Seller, Great X-E3/X-H1/X-Pro3 Sales and APS-C Dominates Full Frame

Just yesterday here we reported how, according to BCN ranking, Fujifilm saw, in March, a huge 115% increase in sales in Japan, while all other camera manufacturers dropped up to 50%.

Now Japanese store MapCameras published their top selling camera rankings.

Keep in mind, though, that this is not representative for overall sales.

The most reliable data we probably have about the worldwide success of various camera brands, is this report from a Techno System Reports, a major marketing research company located in Japan that sells this data at a very high price, but somehow it went public at the Japanese site toyokeizai, and FujiRumors spotted it for you and shared it here.

The data of Techno System Reports reflects the mirrorless camera sales, and it shows that Fujifilm is on the third position, just a tiny margin behind Canon, and substantially behind Sony.

With that said, if big retailers share their sales data, it might not be representative for the overall market, but it can still give an approximate indication of what the market wants.

With that said, here are the top sellers at MapCameras for March 2020.


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Fujifilm X-T4 vs Sony A6600 IBIS, Managers Explains Fujifilm Improved X-T4 Tracking, Mini Documentary Shot on X-T4 and More

Fujifilm X-T4

The long waiting begins also for me.

I pre-ordered the Fujifilm X-T4, put myself in the waiting list, and have now to find a way to manage my impatience.

One of the ways to deal with the waiting, is to just read and watch everything X-T4 related. Luckily I manage 4 languages, so I have lots of content to enjoy :).

I will happily share with you some of the content I check out myself, and here is a next X-T4 roundup.

Down below you’ll see:

  • and interview with a Fujifilm manager, who talks about X-T4 and among the other says that the improved AF tracking was made possible “by using color and shape information to be able to track something moving
  • did Camera Conspiracies find the prefect camera? He compares IBIS with the Sony A6600 and the Panasonic G85.
  • Gerald Undone first look
  • Linus Tech Tips (10 mln subs) launched a new separate channel, where his main videographer Brandon reviews X-T4
  • The Art of Photography talks about X-T4 video capabilities
  • Forged in the North short Fujifilm X-T4 handheld video
  • Cinema5D mini documentary “Arisa” shot entirely on X-T4. Interesting to note: he experienced autofocus issues in very low light when shooting F-Log. He contacted Fujifilm, who recommended him not to use continuous AF and F-Log in very low light conditions.

Of course, everything is still pre-production, and especially IBIS can be improved via firmware a lot, as the past X-H1 firmware updates have shown and the future Fujifilm GFX100 firmware will show.

X-T4 Roundup

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