It’s time to answer the question on everyone’s lips, yes I’ve only gone and pre-ordered the Fujifilm X-T5!
Six years ago I traded in my Nikon D5000 and decided to try out the Fujifilm X-T2 after carrying out plenty of research. I was nervous at the time to join the mirrorless revolution but honestly it was the best decision I’ve ever made in terms of my photography.
I immediately fell in love with the Fujifilm X-T2 and it’s not left my side since. I’ve always been very happy with what the X-T2 has offered and never felt the need to upgrade to the X-T3 or the X-T4. Whilst I’ve been missing out on faster autofocus, more film simulations and better battery life, there was nothing about either that convinced me to part with my money. I definitely wasn’t fussed about the video capabilities of the X-T4 no matter how awesome they sounded. Since both of those cameras came out, I’ve still been shooting professionally in terms of weddings, food photography and for the travel blog too and the X-T2 has never really failed me.
However, Fujifilm have finally announced the camera that has changed everything for me.
The Fujifilm X-T5.
The first camera I’ve ever pre-ordered and the first camera in a long time I felt that I cannot wait to have in my hands.
I will no doubt follow this post up with plenty of posts about the Fujifilm X-T5 as I know there will be many who are intrigued by this camera whether they have pre-ordered or not! I won’t go into all the specs and what not here but you can check out the camera in more detail over on Fujifilm’s official website or have a look on Google/YouTube for reviews from those lucky enough to test out the prototype.
What I will also do, and it feels only right, is dedicate a few posts to the Fujifilm X-T2 and the last six years that it has documented.
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