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So What, Happy or Not about the Fujifilm X-T4 Flippy Screen? The Final Answer in this Survey!

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I must admit, I am confused. I always thought that most of the people would be happy about the Fujifilm X-T4 having a selfie flippy screen. But if I look at the recent comments to our Fujifilm X-T4 selfie screen…

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I prefer the existing articulating screen on the XT-3 as when I need (and I do often) all I need to do is pull it out and adjust the angle. 

With this flippy thingy I have to flip it over turn it around, find space for it to flip to in a tight space, figure out which way the camera is pointing to so I can move things around to see what I am doing,  try to hold what has become a long horizontal monstrosity so I can still get to the shutter, etc. etc. etc. etc.

The screen is likely great for video, that is fine - when I want to shoot video I'll purchase a camcorder.

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