This is the camera that Fujifilm fans have been waiting for. Today, the company is announcing the X-T4, its latest flagship mirrorless camera. It looks very similar to the X-T3 introduced in 2018, but Fujifilm has evolved the hardware in a way that will make the fourth-generation camera an irresistible upgrade for some. At the top of that upgrades list is in-body image stabilization. This is the second camera in Fujifilm’s lineup to gain IBIS, which helps you capture tack sharp images at slow shutter speeds that, on the X-T3, would likely come out blurry. Here, there’s no need to dial up the shutter speed or ISO to compensate for hand shake. IBIS also helps get the most from Fujifilm’s lauded prime lenses (like the 35mm f/1.4 and 56mm f/1.2), which don’t offer the same lens-based stabilization that some of the company’s zoom lenses do. This will be a big deal for people who shoot video with their X-T4, as Fujifilm’s entire lens arsenal is now at their disposal and will capture smooth, steady recordings when fitted to this camera. Fujifilm has created an IBIS system that’s better, smaller, and lighter than what it put in the X-H1, and that allowed the company to keep the X-T4 clo...