In the past few years, Fujifilm’s X Series cameras have made some major strides in autofocus performance, putting them on par with many advanced full frame bodies and positioning the series for high-speed sports and wildlife work. If you own a Fujifilm X Series camera and want to get the best possible performance out of your autofocus system, this is the video tutorial for you.
Coming to you from Maarten Heilbron, this excellent video tutorial takes a deep dive into the autofocus system on Fujifilm X Series cameras. I recently reviewed the Fujifilm X100V, and with my last experience with the X100 series before the X100V being the X100S, I was truly blown away by the remarkable progress Fujifilm has made in its autofocus performance in just a few years, and I can see why their cameras are finding their way into the hands of more and more photographers. And when you combine that with the speedy burst rate of a camera like the X-T4, which offers an impressive 15 fps with the mechanical shutter or up to 30 fps with the electronic shutter and a slight crop, it looks like the Fujifilm system offers a capable and portable solution for a wide range of demanding genres.
Check out the video above for the full rundown from Heilbron.