Major Firmware Update for X-T5, X-H2, X-S20 and X100VI – New Features Guide Released and Where is Reala Ace?

Fujifilm has just released major firmware updates for the Fujifilm X-T5, X-H2, X-S20 and X100VI.

As usual, there were many disappointed that REALA ACE is not part of the update. I try to reply them all in the various posts I made on social media, but I thought at this point it is best to highlight it again in this article, in the hope the message comes through this time.

Fujifilm promised two major firmware updates: one coming in spring and one in summer. And it’s the one in summer that will bring Reala Ace to other 5th generation cameras.

What will come and when dedicated article here.

So, I hope this helps to mitigate the disappointment that Reala Ace did not come this time around. ;)

Nonetheless, what we got today is already a significant update, so much so that for all the cameras mentioned above (except for X-S20), Fujifilm has released new features guide so that you can learn how to properly use the new features

New Features Guide

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Major Firmware Updates for Fujifilm X-T5, X-H2, X-S20 and X100VI Released with Autofocus Boost and More

At the last X Summit in February, Fujifilm promised substantial Kaizen firmware love for several cameras to come between spring and summer.

Now, after the GFX100II and X-H2S also the Fujifilm X-T5, X-H2, X-S20 and X100VI got their updates.

To see what else will come for which cameras in the near future, check out the dedicated article here.

Firmware Details

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Resumption of Orders for FUJIFILM X-T5 Silver Body and XF18-55mm kit, but X-S20 Orders Still Suspended in Japan

Good news for fellow X shooters from Japan.

After months in which the Fujifilm X-T5 was not available for order, finally Fujifilm opened up orders again. This time for the Fujifilm X-T5 in silver and the Fujifilm X-T5 with the XF18-55 kit lens. The black X-T5 body orders resumed a few weeks ago.

The bad news: Orders for Fujifilm X-S20 are still suspended.

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