04 January 2023
FUJIFILM X-T5 is the latest in a long line of X-T series cameras to gain legendary status with photographers around the world. Adored for their portable size, outstanding performance, great looks and easy-to-use external dials, they have been connecting people to photography for nearly a decade.
X-T5 retains everything X-T cameras are renowned for, while at the same time introducing some of the most advanced image-making technology in the world. Read on to discover the top features this exciting new camera brings to the range.
Small camera, big results
X-T5 may be small in size, but the images it creates tell a much bigger story. At the heart of this compact camera is the 40.2-megapixel X-Trans 5 HR CMOS sensor, which not only achieves high resolution, but also high quality – right across the ISO range.
You’ll want to take a camera this portable with you everywhere – and with X-T5, there’s nothing stopping you. The camera features five-axis in-body image stabilisation (IBIS), which provides seven stops of compensation for handheld reliability. Add a dust- and weather-resistant body and it’s ready to perform in the most challenging conditions.
To frame the decisive moment, you must react in a split second. X-T5’s top electronic shutter speed of 1/180,000 sec, shutter lag of just 35 ms and ability to record images at 15fps (mechanical shutter) or 20fps (electronic shutter) ensure image making is intuitive, while improved battery performance allows you to stay in the field for longer.
When details matter
In case 40.2 megapixels wasn’t already enough, X-T5 features Pixel Shift Multi-Shot mode, letting you make up to 160-megapixel images. This mode automatically shifts the sensor to record 20 separate frames of the same scene with a single press of the shutter release. These can be easily combined to quadruple the camera’s resolution for stunningly detailed images.
The fun doesn’t stop at stills photography. X-T5 is also capable of recording video at 6.2K/30p in 4:2:2 10-bit colour. Such high-quality video output offers 2x digital zoom for additional editing versatility, while F-Log and F-Log2 provide an expanded dynamic range of 13+ stops.