IronFilm Posted November 2, 2022 Share Posted November 2, 2022 The X-T3 / T-T4 have been so good, and well received by filmmakers, they're really what made a name for Fujifilm among mirrorless filmmakers (along with the X-H series). Hopefully the Fujifilm X-T5 carries on this tradition! Has a 40.2 megapixel sensor just like in the X-H2. Here are the movie recording specs: Quote Movie Compression All Intra/Long-GOP File Size / Frame Rate / Recording Time 6.2K (16:9) – 6240 x3150: 29.97p/ 25p/ 24p/ 23.98p 360Mbps/ 200Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 50Mbps DCI 4K (17:9) – 4096 x2160: 59.94p/ 50p/ 29.97p/ 25p/ 24p/ 23.98p 360Mbps/ 200Mbps/100Mbps/50Mbps 4K (16:9) – 3840 x2160: 59.94p/ 50p/ 29.97p/ 25p/ 24p/ 23.98p 720Mbps/ 360Mbps/ 200Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 50Mbps Full HD (17:9) -2048 x1080: 59.94p/ 50p/ 29.97p/ 25p/ 24p/ 23.98p 360Mbps/ 200Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 50Mbps Full HD (16:9) – 1920 x1080: 59.94p/ 50p/ 29.97p/ 25p/ 24p/ 23.98p 360Mbps/ 200Mbps/ 100Mbps/ 50Mbps Full HD High speed rec. (17:9) – 2048×1080: 240p/200p/ 120p/ 100p 360Mbps(recording)/ 200Mbps(recording) Full HD High speed rec. (16:9) – 1920×1080: 240p/200p/ 120p/ 100p/360Mbps(recording)/ 200Mbps(recording) Weight is even lighter than the X-T3! The X-T5 is looking like a good choice for people who want a smaller/lighter/cheaper X-H2 (without 8K though, but you still have 6K), as price is meant to be the same as the X-T4 was ($1699). Found this to be an interesting article on what FujifilmRumors feels is the historical relationship between the X-T and X-H series: https://www.fujirumors.com/how-the-fujifilm-x-h-line-saved-the-fujifilm-x-t5/ kye and Django 1 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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