The screen can be tilted up and down or flipped out for portrait-format shooting. It’s not as intuitive to use as a vari-angle unit, but it’s solidly constructed.
CIPA testing gives a battery life of 310 images. You’re likely to be able to capture more images in real-world shooting, but a spare battery is advisable.
There’s a max continuous shooting speed of 14fps, or 8fps with the mechanical shutter, but you have to drop to 5.7fps if you need uninterrupted Live View.
A new shutter button design and spring mechanism make the shutter the quietest of the X Series. The electronic shutter allows silent shooting.
4K (4,096 x 2,160) video can be recorded to an external device via an HDMI connection. Footage recorded internally to an SD card has 4:2:0 colour.
When the mechanical shutter is employed, the Flicker Reduction system can be used to ensure more stable exposure under fluorescent lighting.