Content creators looking for a compact camera with punch can easily consider the X-E4 from Fujifilm. 

The X-E4 joins the X series lineup and is a rangefinder-style camera that gives a facelift to the X-E3. It touts the same 26.1-megapixel, X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, fast autofocus, and stellar color science found on all the professional X series cameras, including the X-T4

At 0.80 lbs (364g) and measuring 4.77in x 2.87in x 1.28in (121.3mm x 72.9mm x 32.7mm), X-E4 is Fujifilm's most compact interchangeable-lens camera in the X series. Better yet, the X-E4 oversamples 6K to record 4K DCI 30p at 4:2:0 8-bit internally to SD cards. If you want a bump in bit rate, it offers 4K 30p at 4:2:2 10-bit via its HDMI port.

That's pretty cool for a camera of this size. If slow-motion is needed, the X-E4 offers full-HD at 240fps. 

X-e4_2Credit: Fujifilm

Like the new medium format GFX100S, the X-E4 records at 16:9 or 17:9 aspect ratios depending on the selected format in either H.264 or H.265 Long GOP. Fujifilm has also added 18 film simulations that include Velvia and ETERNA Bleach Bypass. 

The camera also gets a bump in autofocus performance. The X-E4 includes Fujifilm's latest Face/Eye detection technology to track subjects in as low as -7.0EV when using Fujinon X series lenses. Users can expect to catch AF in as fast as 0.02 seconds.

The rear of the camera has a tilting monitor that can be faced forward up to 180° or titled for low angle shots. Both the front and rear grips have a flat, classic aesthetic, and the top plate is made from magnesium for a durable, smooth finish. 

The Fujifilm X-E4 is available in black or silver starting in March for $849 USD ($1,050 CDN). The camera is also available in a kit that includes the Fujinon XF 27mmF4 R WR lens for $1049 ($1,300 CDN).