FUJIFILM X-T5 Mirrorless Camera

109,990.00

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Short Description
Key Features
  • 40MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS 5 HR BSI Sensor
  • 4K 60p, 6.2K 30p 4:2:2 10-Bit Video
  • 7-Stop In-Body Image Stabilization
  • 425-Point Intelligent Hybrid AF System
  • 3.69m-Dot OLED Electronic Viewfinder
  • 3″ 1.84m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
  • 20 fps E. Shutter, 15 fps Mech. Shutter
  • 160MP Pixel Shift Multi-Shot
  • Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • ProRes & Blackmagic RAW via HDMI
Detailed Description

 

Photography First

X-T1 was originally released in 2014 to celebrate Fujifilm’s 80th anniversary.

It would go on to lead a mirrorless camera revolution.

Almost a decade and five generations later, Fujifilm’s latest imaging technology has come to X-T5, bringing photographers unrivalled image quality in a timeless, classic, and beloved camera body.

Five Generations of Technological Evolution

40MP

Fifth-generation X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor and X-Processor 5 bring the most advanced imaging technologies ever to X Series

X-TRANS CMOS 5 HS

High Resolution 40.2MP
BSI Imaging Sensor

The high-resolution 40.2MP X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor has an enhanced image-processing algorithm that boosts resolution without compromising the signal-to-noise ratio, delivering astonishing image quality.

X-Trans CMOS

Continuous Evolution on Resolution and Color Reproduction

X-Trans CMOS *1 sensor developed by Fujifilm.
Nurtured the idea from film technology,
X-Trans controls moiré while achieving high resolution without the use of a low-pass filter.
Learn more about X-Trans

X-Trans is Fujifilm’s trademark or registered trademark.

X-TRANS CMOS 5 HS

The 5th generation Stacked
layer back illuminated
X-Trans CMOS sensor

Boasting a resolution of 26.16MP, the sensor uses a unique color filter array, synonymous to X-Trans CMOS sensors, to control moiré and false color without the use of an optical low-pass filter. Thanks to the sensor, X-H2S has dramatically improved performance, including 40fps blackout-free burst shooting and significantly better AF during burst shooting. As for video, X-H2S can record 4K/60P video without cropping and rolling-shutter effect is also greatly improved.

Stacked layer structure

By placing the chips that process and read out signals on the back of the sensor surface, the reading speed is more than 4 times faster than the previous model and more than 30 times faster than the first-generation model. By taking advantage of the fast read speed, it is possible to process the focusing signal while processing the image for display. The stacked layer CMOS sensor is superior in speed and mobility

X-TRANS CMOS 5 HR

The 5th generation high resolution 40MP X-Trans CMOS sensor

The high-resolution 40.2MP X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor has an enhanced image-processing algorithm that boosts resolution without compromising the signal-to-noise ratio, delivering astonishing image quality. And this sensor has an improved pixel structure, allowing light to be received more efficiently. ISO 125 – previously an extended sensitivity – is now available as standard sensitivity.

About X-Trans CMOS

Moiré is controlled by a low-periodic color filter array
that replicates a highly random arrangement of silver
particles on the analog films and efficient color
interpolation from surrounding pixels.

POINT

Arrangement of all three RGB pixels on every single line

RGB is always placed on any horizontal or vertical line to correctly interpolate colors in high-frequency images

POINT

Arrangement of G pixel on all diagonal lines

G pixels are placed in all diagonal lines. It improves the accuracy of diagonal high-frequency image detection and color interpolation

High resolution by eliminating
an optical low-pass filter

Sample image

History of X-Trans CMOS

Fujifilm has been innovating sensors to achieve high image quality in digital photography since silver halide film.

1970-1990’s
Led the photographic industry with silver halide film
1999
Developed Super
CCD
2008
Developed Super
CCD EXR
2012
Developed X-Trans CMOS
based on film technology
2013
Developed X-Trans CMOS II
with phase detection pixel
2016
Developed 24.3MP X-Trans
CMOS III, achieving high speed
reading by copper process
2018
Developed back-illuminated
26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4
2022
Developed Stacked layer back illuminated X-Trans CMOS 5 HS
2022
Developed High-resolution
40MP X-Trans CMOS 5 HR
X-Processor 5

Twice the processing
speed of X-Processor 4

AI processing
technology
Next generation HEIF image file format
Reduced power
consumption
Feature 1

Dial operation
The essence of
photography

Feature 2

Three-way tilting LCD
Versatility for all occasions

Feature 3

557g compact body
Enhanced mobility

Three top-plate dials

Three dials control ISO, shutter speed, and exposure compensation from the camera’s top-plate. Together with the aperture ring on most XF lenses, all exposure settings can be checked and adjusted before powering on the camera.
Create with confidence and concentrate on making an image.

IBIS7.0stops
EVF 0.8 x 3.69 million dots

Lightweight, high performance

X-T5 features a five-axis in-body image stabilization (IBIS) system that provides up to 7.0 stops of compensation and a 3.69 million dot EVF with an 0.8x magnification ratio. Despite this, the camera body only weighs 557g (1.23lb). Dials and buttons provide easy operation, letting life’s most precious moments stand a chance of being documented to see another day.

Three-way tilting LCD

A three-way tilting LCD offers enhanced versatility, particularly when working at waist level or in portrait orientation. The combination of tilting LCD and center viewfinder aligns the lens, camera, and photographer on the optical axis, for a more comfortable and intuitive image-making experience.

LCD 1.84 million dots

FILM SIMULATION

19 Film Simulation modes inside of X-T5 digitally replicate the look of the classic photographic film stocks developed by Fujifilm for over 85 years. Reproduce the classic colors and tones that Fujifilm are known for, or add an artistic flair and start to Build Your Legacy.

©︎VBAI

ACROS

Based on ACROS, a monochrome film renowned for super-fine grain, this Film Simulation mode delivers rich shadow details and excellent sharpness, while still adding grain at high ISOs, and recreating the stunning textured feel of monochrome.

White Balance

White Balance Shift

Fine adjustments can be made to Auto White Balance (AWB) by selecting one of three modes: Auto, White Priority, and Ambience Priority. Set to White Priority, white is more likely to be reproduced as white under incandescent lighting. However, when Ambience Priority is set, scenes will be photographed with the natural lighting characteristics of the scene preseved. Under incandescent lighting, this will generally result in images with warmer white tones.

Mode
Automatic Scene Recognition
Custom
Custom 1~3 Size / Area Selectable
Color Temperature Selection
2,500K –10,000K
Preset
Daylight, Shade, Fluorescent Light (Daylight),
Fluorescent Light (Warm White), Fluorescent Light (Cool White),
Incandescent Light, Underwater
Conventional model

AWB driven by AI technology

New deep-learning AI technology optimizes Auto White Balance performance in X-T5 by accurately identifying warm, orange-tinged colors to assist with the camera’s Auto White Balance accuracy.

Subject-detection autofocus

©︎Yonghui Wang
©︎Bert Stephani
©︎Thai Pham

X-Processor 5 features subject-detection AF that is built using Deep-Learning AI Technology. In addition to providing incredible AF tracking and detection for human faces and eyes, X-T5 can now also automatically detect and track a broad range of subjects, which include animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes, and trains. This allows photographers to concentrate on composition and creativity, confident that X-T5 will track focus accurately.

Updated AF algorithm

©︎Derrick Ong

X-T5’s higher pixel count increases the number of phase detection pixels, which improves AF-S focusing accuracy on subjects including landscapes and portraits. The camera also incorporates an improved AF prediction algorithm, newly developed for the X-H2S, enabling stable focusing even when using AF-C.

160MP

©︎Krittanun Tantraporn

A World of Detail
160MP Pixel Shift Multi-Shot

X-T5 features Pixel Shift Multi-Shot with the help of the Pixel Shift Combiner software, can produce a single, ultra-high-resolution 160MP image with a single touch of the shutter button.

Using in-body image stabilization to shift the sensor by a half pixel between each frame, X-T5 precisely makes 20 frames to ensure every red, green, and blue pixel has the same information. The result is a final image with almost no false colors visible.

1/180,000

©︎Yuting Sun

1/180,000
sec shutter speed

X-T5 has a maximum electronic shutter speed of 1/180,000, an increase of approximately 2.5 stops compared to other X Series cameras. Use it with wide apertures in extremely bright environments for more creative options, or to freeze action at the perfect moment.

ISO125

©︎Jakub Cejpek

ISO 125 standard sensitivity

X-Trans CMOS 5 HR has a more light-efficient pixel structure. ISO 125 – previously an extended sensitivity – is now available natively.

HEIF

©︎Dong Ran

Supports HEIF image format

X-T5 supports the HEIF image format, which delivers 10-bit image quality in files up to 30% smaller than standard JPEGs. The next chapter in delivering high-quality results straight out of camera has officially begun for X Series.

740 shots

Increased battery life

Thanks to the reduced power consumption of the X-Processor 5, the battery life for still images has been significantly increased from approximately 600 to 740 frames* compared to the X-T4.

  • *In economy mode

Highly reliable,
weather-resistant body

X-T5 features 56 weather-sealed points for high levels of dust and moisture resistance. It can also operate in temperatures as low as -10°C (14°F).

6K / 30P

©︎Yonghui Wang

6.2K/30p 4:2:2 10-bit

6.2K movies can be recorded internally at 30p in 4:2:2 10-bit color, delivering high-definition footage with rich color detail.

F-Log2 support

In addition to F-Log, X-T5 also supports F-Log2, which records an expanded dynamic range of 13+ stops.* This range is wider than current F-Log, broadening post-production potential.

  • *When recording F-Log2, based on Fujifilm internal testing.

RAW output via HDMI

When combined with an ATOMOS HDMI device, RAW video output from the X-T5 can be recorded as 12-bit Apple ProRes RAW at resolutions up to 6.2K and frame rates up to 29.97fps. When combined with Blackmagic Design Video Assist 12G, RAW video output from the camera can be recorded as Blackmagic RAW at resolutions up to 6.2K and frame rates up to 29.97fps.

  • *Please contact ATOMOS or Blackmagic Design for the firmware release date of the compatible recorder.

Advanced operation and controls

Dual SD card slots

X-T5 features dual SD card slots, both with UHS-II compatibility.

Optional accessory
Hand Grip MHG-XT5

MHG-XT5 substantially improves the ability to handhold the camera and does not need to be removed when changing a battery or SD card. An Arca-Swiss style dovetail is also elegantly machined into the bottom of the grip, making it compatible with tripod heads that use the broadly used quick-release system.