The Fujifilm X-T4 is a mirrorless camera with a split personality – on the outside it's all retro dials and analogue chic, but inside it's packed with more advanced features than we've seen from any Fujifilm X-T camera so far.

The X-T4 fills the last gaps left by its predecessor, the X-T3, and is now one of the most wanted cameras on the market. Fujifilm added IBIS and a flippy screen but the mechanism is arguably inferior for those who like to quickly shoot from the hip. A more discreet shutter and improved autofocus, now that's great. Yes, it’s the same image sensor (and processor) as the X-T3, but if it fits your photography style, the X-T4 is a leap over its predecessor. So should you upgrade?

The X-T4 retains the X-T3’s excellent video recording capabilities, able to capture 4K clips at up to 60fps with a maximum bitrate of 400Mbps. You can record 10-bit F-Log straight to the SD card. There’s also now a 240fps super slo-mo mode (in 1080p), joining the 120fps frame rate that’s available on the T-3.

Here’s a nice touch: movie mode gets its own placement on one of the X-T4’s dials, and the camera separates your settings (and Q button preferences) for stills and video. You can switch between the two without having to mess with menus each time. Now that's a killer feature!

The Fujifilm X-T4 is the natural evolution of the X-T series, but it’s evolved into a space that's more hotly contested than a jalapeño eating contest.

But really, when it starts to shine is when you put it in the hand of an artist.

Daniel Malikyar from the US explores Los Angeles to capture moments in the city with the X-T4.