When I told you that the Fujifilm X-T5 will go back to using the lovely 3 way tilt screen we find on the Fujifilm X-T3, some people hoped that Fujifilm would also get rid of the dedicated X-T4 movie/stills sub-dial and revert back to the metering mode sub-dial on the Fujifilm X-T3.
And guys, I am totally with you! I’d also prefer the X-T5 to have a metering switch.
But that’s just my preference. For many others, a dedicated Movie/Stills switch makes more sense.
Well, today we can report that the Fujifilm X-T5 will still have a dedicated movie/stills sub-dial switch.
Not a dealbreaker at all for me, especially considering that everything else we have shared about the Fujifilm X-T5 so far sounds amazing! ;)… and I can map a function button for that purpose.
Oh… and if you have more information in anything regarding Fuji’s future, feel free to use the revived rumor box… we are always happy to receive accurate rumors there ;)
Fujifilm X-T5 rumors recap:
- announcement in November
- shipping in November
- 40 megapixel sensor of X-H2
- no stacked 26MP version planed
- no vertical battery grip option at all
- 3 way tilt screen
- X-T5 body only to cost $1,699 and €1,999
- Movie/Stills switch (no metering mode switch like on X-T3)
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