Fuji X-T5 camera new revelation

Fujifilm's upcoming X-T5 camera in November will no longer use the side flip screen on the X-T4 and return to the X-T3 style three-way folding screen. The current popular side flip screen on cameras is more conducive to video shooting, while the X-T3-style three-way flip screen is more inclined to still shoot. It can be seen that Fuji has positioned the X-T5 for photos, thereby reducing competition with the newly released X-H2 and X-H2s.

Fuji's new X-T5 may be equipped with the same 40-megapixel CMOS as the X-H2 released not long ago, and it is expected to be released and listed in November.

In 2020, Fuji released the X-T4 camera, a model equipped with a 26.1-megapixel APS-C format sensor. The body is equipped with a five-axis image stabilization system with about 6.5 stops of image stabilization. The continuous shooting speed of 20 frames per second can be achieved in the case of a full-pixel electronic shutter, and the continuous shooting speed when using the mechanical shutter is also as high as 15 frames per second; the focusing system has been upgraded to -6EV focusing.

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