Fujifilm has launched the latest addition to its X Series mirrorless digital cameras, the X-T5 with new features based on the company’s proprietary colour reproduction technology.

The X-T5 carries fifth-generation devices including a back-illuminated 40.2MP sensor, a high-speed image processing engine, all wrapped up in a compact body, that is smaller and lighter than the previous model.

Other advanced features include 5-axis in-body image stabilisation of up to 7.0 stops, said to set a new standard for still photography. The camera also carries Subject Detection AF with eye tracking for focus accuracy on moving objects such as animals and motorcycles, along with 160MP Pixel Shift for super high-resolution imaging.

The X-T5 can record 10-bit 4:2:2 video at 6.2K/30P, has a viewfinder magnification of 0.8x, 3.69-million-dot EVF and dual SD-card slots.

“The new X-T5 camera offers photographers that classic X-T Series design and love of using dials combined with the latest technology while also being compact and lightweight,” Fujifilm general manager for electronic imaging and optical devices division, Shaun Mah said.

Available in mid-November for RRP $3,199.