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Can X-T2 shoot 4K when using external video monitor?

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I want to shoot 4K video using the Fuji X-T2’s film simultions (not F-log) and use an external monitor, such as a Feelworld, to compose.

I heard someone mention on FR discussions that, when shooting F-log on the X-T2, the HDMI connection was not fast enough to allow the external monitor to work.

But I don't need F-Log for my work.

So my question is, can I use the X-T2 for 4K video using an external monitor, if I use normal film simulations, and not using F-Log?
 

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