Fujifilm X-T5 Mirrorless Camera and XF 30mm F2.8 Macro Lens Are A Snapper’s Dream
Fujifilm releases the Fuji X-T5 40MP Mirrorless Camera, the highest-resolution APS-C format on the market. It can record up to 6.2K resolution in 4:2:2 10-bit color to internal memory or 12-bit ProRes RAW and Blackmagic RAW via HDMI to an external monitor recorder.
The Fuji X-T5 40MP Mirrorless Camera features a 6.2K 4:2:2 10bit video shooting mode up to 30fps, 4K video recording mode, F-Log, and 13+ stop dynamic range F-Log2 video recording profiles, film Simulation modes, precision shutter speed setting, 425 phase-detection point autofocus system, -7 EV autofocus sensitivity, 5-axis matrix stabilization, and JPEG and HEIF format photo mode options.
Meanwhile, the new Fujinon XF 30mm F/2.8 R LM WR Macro Lens feature a 46mm equivalent focal length, 43mm front filter thread, 11 elements in nine groups optical design, including three aspherical elements, and two extra-low dispersion (ED) elements. It measures 69.5 mm long, 60 mm in diameter, and weighs 195 grams. The lens has a 10 cm minimum focusing distance, and a 1.2 cm minimum working distance. The autofocus of the lens is based on a linear motor from Fujifilm.
The Fuji X-T5 40MP Mirrorless Camera with a price tag of $1,699, and the Fujinon XF 30mm F2 Macro Lens priced at an MSRP of $599, can be pre-ordered on Bhphotovideo.com and Adorama.com before their release on November 17th.