There’s only one thing stopping me from buying a Fujifilm X-T5

The camera industry has rolled back the years and blasted out new cameras like confetti in the last fortnight. We’ve been treated to the Sony A7R V, OM System OM-5 and Canon EOS R6 Mark II. But arguably the most exciting for photographers is the Fujifilm X-T5, a camera that feels like a kind of ‘greatest hits’ tape for its fans.

I’ve counted myself among those fans for a number of years, ever since I bought a Fujifilm X-T20 back in 2017. And while I’ve owned and used an array of cameras from different manufacturers since then, the X-T series has always held a particular charm – which is why the X-T5 is such a tempting prospect.

The Fujifilm X-T5 camera sitting on a table

(Image credit: Future)

On paper, it looks a real winner for keen photographers. It’s small and light enough to take on landscape photography trips or street shooting sessions, but large enough to squeeze in a decent grip, in-body stabilization and a new 40MP APS-C sensor. 

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