Quick Start Guide FUJIFILM X-T5
Features Common to All X Series Cameras
The MENU OK button is used to access deeper levels of camera functionality beyond what is offered by function buttons, dials, and switches.
Note: On FUJIFILM X-T5, MENU OK options will change whether you’re in stills mode or movie mode – this is also applicable to the Q MENU options.
- Named menu tabs are what you use to change capture settings. Press the left button on the Selector pad to scroll by tab (so you don’t have to scroll through every function to get to the next page), and press the right button on the Selector pad to access the desired feature, then MENU OK to select.
- The wrench icon indicates SET UP and features settings including Power Management, Button/Dial Setting and Screen Set-Up. Choose DISP. CUSTOM SETTING from the SCREEN SET-UP menu to select what information shows on the EVF/LCD.
- Finally, the MY menu is a customized menu that you create based on your most frequently accessed menu items. Add and rank to move them in any order you like and remove them under USER SETTING in the SET UP menu.
The DRIVE settings give you access to high-speed burst modes, bracketing, single frame, Advanced Filters, and more. On X-T5, Drive functions are set using the top-plate dial under the ISO settings dial.
Press the center of the ISO dial to lock and unlock DRIVE settings, in order to prevent accidental changes of mode.
Note: When the FACE/EYE DETECTION SETTING is turned on, choosing different PHOTOMETRY types will be disabled.
The AE-L button allows you to lock exposure in a specific part of the scene, allowing you to recompose while maintaining the exposure. Auto Exposure Lock is also linked to shutter button pressing, but can be unlinked in the Menu OK>SETUP>BUTTON DIAL SETTINGS.
The AF ON button initiates autofocus in all FOCUS MODES including AF-S, AF-C, and Manual. Autofocus will still be attached to the SHUTTER button, but can be removed by MENU OK > SET UP > BUTTON DIAL SETTINGS> SHUTTER AF > AF-S or AF-C. This will remove AF from the shutter button when turned off and can be isolated to AF-S, AS-C, or both.
The white balance button allows you to select WB options that match your light source. You can also customize to create your own shade of white or select a specific kelvin value, which is a measure of the color temperature of light. The default setting for quick WB access is the right button on the Selector pad, but it can be assigned to other Fn buttons as outlined below.
Use the View Mode button to change view from LCD to viewfinder only or EYE SENSOR + LCD IMAGE DISPLAY (for using both), which senses your eye at the viewfinder and instantly switches from LCD to EVF.
The DISP BACK button allows you to select how you’d like information displayed on the LCD and/or EVF. You can customize the information being displayed in SET UP > SCREEN SET-UP > DISP. CUSTOM SETTING.