Can the Fujifilm X-T5 Keep Up With Popular Full Frame Options?

Fujifilm X-T5 and X-H2 were major steps forward for the company, offering a brand new high-resolution sensor in tandem with a range of advanced features that help them compete with a variety of full frame cameras. This excellent video review takes a look at the X-T5 and how it compares with the Sony a7 IV and Canon EOS R6 Mark II.

Coming to you from Alex Barrera, this great video review takes a look at the Fujifilm X-T5 and how it compares to the Sony a7 IV and Canon EOS R6 Mark II. A few years ago, full frame cameras had a significant advantage over APS-C in capabilities. While those differences remain, APS-C has advanced to the point where the extra capabilities of full frame are often only noticeable at the extremes, which many photographers never even flirt with. And so, it is worth considering the advantages of APS-C, which often include smaller and lighter cameras, more portable lenses, and perhaps most importantly, lower prices. For example, the X-T5 retails for $1,699 new, while the Sony a7 IV and Canon EOS R6 Mark II both retail for $800 more. Check out the video above for Barrera’s full thoughts on all three cameras. 

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