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Fujifilm X-T5 Body black

Systemkamera APS-C / MFT Gehäuse
Item Nr. 64817
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  • Fujifilm X-T5
  • 40 Megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5HR Sensor
  • Viewfinder 0.8x, 3.69 million dots
  • 100 fps blackout-free EVF
  • 6.2K/30P, 4K/60P video recording
  • Face/eye and subject detection
  • improved sharpness accuracy for fine textures

Familiar retro charm and state-of-the-art technology are once again combined by Fujifilm in the new X-T5. As usual, the Fujifilm X-T5 also offers an APS-C sensor with the popular film simulation, which allows 19 different simulations.

The X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor of the Fujifilm X-T5

The new sensor of Fujifilm offers not only strong 40.2 MP but sensor already made its way into the Fujifilm X-H2. Thus, this stacked sensor is able to record up to 8K video and offers a particularly high continuous shooting of 40 frames per second. The high-resolution CMOS sensor does not require an optical low-pass filter, which, among other things, counteracts moiré. This is because the special arrangement of the pixels on the sensor helps to reduce the formation of moiré.

This new pixel structure also contributes to the sensor's ability to store a larger amount of light, so the sensor's default sensitivity is now ISO 125. The X-T5 offers a very fast shutter speed of 1/180.00 with electronic shutter. This shutter speed makes it possible to work with an open aperture in almost any situation, allowing plenty of room for creativity.

The ISO range of the Fujifilm X-T5 goes from 125-12,800 and up to 51,200 in the extended range, so there's nothing standing in the way of your next nighttime photo session.

Not only does the X-T5's sensor have a lot going for it, but it also has an IBIS, which provides the sensor with five-axis stabilization. This IBIS offers up to 7 stops of image stabilization. With this, it is not only possible to film very well, but also to photograph well in darker situations.

Another exciting feature of the Fujifilm X-T5 is the Pixel Shift Multishot with which it is possible to shoot 160 MP shots that are ultra-high resolution and thanks to the built-in IBIS also easily possible. When using the function, 20 pictures are taken. During these 20 shots, the IBIS shifts the sensor by half a pixel each to capture every red, green and blue pixel. This creates a perfect image without demosicing artifacts or color errors.

The Fuji X-T5's autofocus performance

The autofocus is not only very fast and once again more reliable thanks to the new X Processor 5, but it has also made some advances in subject detection. The subject detection captures many different subjects such as: Birds, cars, bikes, airplanes, bicycles, motorcycles or people reliably and keeps them in focus. Low light autofocus also offers good & reliable performance down to -7 EV with phase autofocus. Overall, the X-T5 has received some more improved autofocus algorithms and offers very high reliability around portrait, landscape & co.

The new X-Processor 5

The new X-Processor 5 built into the X-T5 is twice as fast as its predecessor, the X-Processor 4 not only offers reduced power consumption, allowing you to take even more shots. In addition, the X-Processor 5 offers HEIF support and improved AI-assisted signal processing.

Retro nostalgia with film simulation

The X-T5 offers 19 digital film simulation modes that reproduce the distinctive look of classic Fujifilm photographic films developed for over 85 years. These modes capture the distinctive hues, shades and nuances for which Fujifilm is so famous, adding a unique touch to your photography.

Video features of the X-T5

Up to 6.2k at 30 frames per second: that's what the Fuji X-T5 gives you at 4:2:2 and 10-bit color depth. Want to shoot 4K footage? The X-T5 films up to 59.94p at 4K and in Full HD up to 240p. For those who value RAW format, external RAW recording is available via HDMI. Also in the camera is the F-Log2 format, which offers up to 13+ stops of dynamic range.

The Fujifilm X-T5 Body

The retro nostalgia of the Fujifilm X-T5 not only offers an excellent feel and a reminder of analog times, but also Power Delivery via USB-C and a Micro HDMI port in addition to two built-in UHS-II SD card slots. The Fuji also scores in terms of robustness: With its weather-resistant body, it is possible to work even in wet conditions. And even if it gets colder, the Fujifilm works at up to -10°C. With a weight of 557g, the camera is also interesting for those for whom weight is an issue.

The viewfinder and the display of the Fujifilm X-T5

 

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Fujifilm X-T5 Body black

Short profile

  • Fujifilm X-T5
  • 40 Megapixel X-Trans CMOS 5HR Sensor
  • Viewfinder 0.8x, 3.69 million dots
  • 100 fps blackout-free EVF
  • 6.2K/30P, 4K/60P video recording
  • Face/eye and subject detection
  • improved sharpness accuracy for fine textures

Product description for Fujifilm X-T5 Body black

Familiar retro charm and state-of-the-art technology are once again combined by Fujifilm in the new X-T5. As usual, the Fujifilm X-T5 also offers an APS-C sensor with the popular film simulation, which allows 19 different simulations.

The X-Trans CMOS 5 HR sensor of the Fujifilm X-T5

The new sensor of Fujifilm offers not only strong 40.2 MP but sensor already made its way into the Fujifilm X-H2. Thus, this stacked sensor is able to record up to 8K video and offers a particularly high continuous shooting of 40 frames per second. The high-resolution CMOS sensor does not require an optical low-pass filter, which, among other things, counteracts moiré. This is because the special arrangement of the pixels on the sensor helps to reduce the formation of moiré.

This new pixel structure also contributes to the sensor's ability to store a larger amount of light, so the sensor's default sensitivity is now ISO 125. The X-T5 offers a very fast shutter speed of 1/180.00 with electronic shutter. This shutter speed makes it possible to work with an open aperture in almost any situation, allowing plenty of room for creativity.

The ISO range of the Fujifilm X-T5 goes from 125-12,800 and up to 51,200 in the extended range, so there's nothing standing in the way of your next nighttime photo session.

Not only does the X-T5's sensor have a lot going for it, but it also has an IBIS, which provides the sensor with five-axis stabilization. This IBIS offers up to 7 stops of image stabilization. With this, it is not only possible to film very well, but also to photograph well in darker situations.

Another exciting feature of the Fujifilm X-T5 is the Pixel Shift Multishot with which it is possible to shoot 160 MP shots that are ultra-high resolution and thanks to the built-in IBIS also easily possible. When using the function, 20 pictures are taken. During these 20 shots, the IBIS shifts the sensor by half a pixel each to capture every red, green and blue pixel. This creates a perfect image without demosicing artifacts or color errors.

The Fuji X-T5's autofocus performance

The autofocus is not only very fast and once again more reliable thanks to the new X Processor 5, but it has also made some advances in subject detection. The subject detection captures many different subjects such as: Birds, cars, bikes, airplanes, bicycles, motorcycles or people reliably and keeps them in focus. Low light autofocus also offers good & reliable performance down to -7 EV with phase autofocus. Overall, the X-T5 has received some more improved autofocus algorithms and offers very high reliability around portrait, landscape & co.

The new X-Processor 5

The new X-Processor 5 built into the X-T5 is twice as fast as its predecessor, the X-Processor 4 not only offers reduced power consumption, allowing you to take even more shots. In addition, the X-Processor 5 offers HEIF support and improved AI-assisted signal processing.

Retro nostalgia with film simulation

The X-T5 offers 19 digital film simulation modes that reproduce the distinctive look of classic Fujifilm photographic films developed for over 85 years. These modes capture the distinctive hues, shades and nuances for which Fujifilm is so famous, adding a unique touch to your photography.

Video features of the X-T5

Up to 6.2k at 30 frames per second: that's what the Fuji X-T5 gives you at 4:2:2 and 10-bit color depth. Want to shoot 4K footage? The X-T5 films up to 59.94p at 4K and in Full HD up to 240p. For those who value RAW format, external RAW recording is available via HDMI. Also in the camera is the F-Log2 format, which offers up to 13+ stops of dynamic range.

The Fujifilm X-T5 Body

The retro nostalgia of the Fujifilm X-T5 not only offers an excellent feel and a reminder of analog times, but also Power Delivery via USB-C and a Micro HDMI port in addition to two built-in UHS-II SD card slots. The Fuji also scores in terms of robustness: With its weather-resistant body, it is possible to work even in wet conditions. And even if it gets colder, the Fujifilm works at up to -10°C. With a weight of 557g, the camera is also interesting for those for whom weight is an issue.

The viewfinder and the display of the Fujifilm X-T5

 

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Back to the Roots: Fujifilm X-T5

With the 40 megapixel sensor, as well as the autofocus performance of the X-H2 fused with the retro body of the X-T3, the new Fujifilm X-T5 is a true wolf in sheep's clothing! Read more about the camera in this article.

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Fujifilm X-T5 Body black

Bildsensor
Sensor Auflösung
40 MP
Sensorgröße (Typ)
APS-C/DX
Sensorgröße (Maße)
23,6 x 15,8 mm
Crop-Faktor (Verlängerungsfaktor auf KB)
1,5 fach
Sensor-Typ
X-Trans CMOS 5 HR
Optik
Autofokus
ja
Technik
Belichtungsmessung
Mehrfeld-, Selektiv-, Mittenbetont-, Spotmessung
Belichtungsautomatik
Programmautomatik, Zeitautomatik, Blendenautomatik + Manuell
Blitz
Blitzschuh
Konnektivität
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
WiFi
Verschlusszeiten
1/180.000 sec
RAW-Format
ja
maximale Video-Auflösung
6,2K Video
maximale fps (Video)
120fps (bei Full HD)
60fps (bei 4K)
30fps (bei 6K)
Anschluss
Mikrofon-Eingang
3,5 mm Klinke
USB-C
Micro HDMI
USB 3.1 Gen2 Typ-C
Blitz-Anschluss
Fujifilm
Objektiv-Anschluss
Fujifilm X
ISO-Empfindlichkeit
125 - 12.800
ISO-Empfindlichkeit (erweiterbar)
64 - 51.200
Max. Serienbildgeschwindigkeit mechanisch (Bilder/
15
Max. Serienbildgeschwindigkeit elektronisch (Bilde
20
Fokusmessfelder/Autofokuspunkte
425
Speicher
Speichersystem
2 SD Karten-Slot
Speicherkartentyp
SDHC
SDXC
SD
Ausstattung
Dioptrieneinstellung
-5,0 - +3,0 dpt
Displaygröße ca.
7,62 cm
Display-Auflösung
1,84 MP
Display beweglich
ja
Touchscreen
ja
Gesichts- Motiverkennung
ja
Bildstabilisator
ja
Bildstabilisator-Art
5-Achsen Bildstabilisierung
7 Stufen Bildstabilisierung
optischer/elektronischer Sucher
ja
Sucher-Auflösung
3,69 MP
Suchervergrößerung
0,8 fach
Suchertyp
elektronisch
Abmessungen und Gewicht
Außenmaße B x H x T ca.
129,5 x 91 x 63,8 mm
Gewicht ca.
557 g
Sonstiges
Farbton
schwarz
Akku-/Batterie-Typ
NP-W235
Handgriff-Typ
Fujifilm MHG-XT5
Lieferumfang
Im Lieferumfang
Lithium-Ionen Akku NP-W235, Stromadapter AC-5VJ, Steckeradapter, USB-Kabel, Kopfhöreradapter, Schultergurt, Gehäusedeckel, Blitzschuhabdeckung, Abdeckung Synchronisationsanschluss und Bedienungsanleitung
EAN and KAN KAN
EAN
4547410486421
KAN
16782246

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