You can record 6.2K video at 30 frames per second
Fujifilm’s successor to the X-T4 camera has been unveiled. The logically named X-T5 was more compact than the X-T4, which is 5.1 mm wider and 1.8 mm smaller than the X-T4. It also weighs 50g less than its predecessor, the X-T4. She is now closer in dimensions to the X-T1. The XT5 has the same characteristics as the XT4 and is priced at $ 1,700 without a lens. Sales start November 17th.
The image sensor is the most important innovation. The X-5 was equipped with a 40-megapixel APS_C BSI XTrans CMOS HR sensor. 7 exposure levels are required to determine the effectiveness of the stabilizer.
If you use a mechanical shutter, the burst shooting speed will be 15 fps. Everything is exactly as it is in the X-T4. The X-T5 supports 6.2K video recording at 30fps, with 10-bit color and subsampling. 4K video recording at 60 frames per second
The screen’s resolution is 1.84 Megapixels. It can be adjusted in two planes. Fujifilm X-T5 has two slots to accept UHS-II-II cards. Official data shows that the camera can record 60 minutes at 60 frames per second (4K 60fps) video and take 580 shots with the screen (or 590 shots when using an electronic viewfinder).