At the beginning of March, I undertook a marathon of a journey from Scotland’s Isle of Skye to Kenya’s Masai Mara with a pre-production FUJIFILM X-T4 camera.
It was a great opportunity to get a hands-on and detailed look at how the X-T series has evolved and how these new features would be of benefit to wildlife photographers. Also travelling with me was Yorkshire-based wildlife filmmaker and photographer, Andy O’Brien, Fujifilm UK’s Marketing Executive, Laura, and film and documentary makers, Chris and Tom.
The FUJIFILM X-T4 is imminently shipping to retailers and customers across the globe. To coincide with this, FUJIFILM UK have published the film we made about using the X-T4 in the Masai Mara together with an ‘X Story’ covering about how I feel the features of this latest addition to the X-T series family are favourable towards wildlife photography.
Masai Giraffe – Fujifilm X-T4, Fujifilm 100-400mm (1/500, f/8, ISO320, 400mm)
Flap-necked Chameleon – Fujifilm X-T4, Fujifilm 100-400mm (1/2000, f/6.4, ISO400, 261mm)