The Fujifilm X-T5 can record 6.2K footage at 30P in a widescreen format, and if you drop to 4K, it's 60P recording. If you're editing and grading your footage on a computer, you'll want to take advantage of F-Log or F-Log2, which have a base ISO of 500 and 1000, respectively. F-Log2 will give you about 13+ stops of dynamic range in the field but may require an ND filter to cut the light and a bit of noise reduction in post, which is handled quickly. Going to F-Log loses a stop of dynamic range but may be valuable for indoor environments.
What's also wild for a camera of this size and nature is that you can record in ProRes or BlackMagic RAW via HDMI. I've been using Fujifilm cameras for over five years, and that's still nuts to me, but here we are. The RAW footage is fantastic, and you can also expect about 13 stops of dynamic range here. I am still waiting to see the RAW video format as valuable as using F-Log from a workflow standpoint.
Further, you get an improved five-axis, image stabilization, subject detection in movie modes, digital zoom options, focus meter assist, recording frame indicators, flicker-less shutter speed, and more. It all comes together for a powerful video solution for hybrid creators. Several key features still need to be included to make this a sole video solution, but Fujifilm does this intentionally. It's a photography-first camera that captures excellent video. An ideal hybrid, if you will.
The noise performance is highly manageable, and more importantly, the noise tends to have a more film-like character that isn't as patterned and predictable as other mirrorless solutions. When you capture in lowlight environments, you can clean up the footage to a great degree or leave the grain in for something that feels textured but not jarring.
You don't get the flip-out LCD anymore; that's now reserved for cameras like the X-H2, X-H2s, and X-S series. Instead, the X-T5 better caters to people who spend their time behind the lens; less vlogging and selfies and more around the craft of photography. Is it for everyone? No, but it doesn't have to be. The X-T5 was produced for a specific user and often outperformed expectations. That said, there are ways where the Fujifilm X-T5 can be polished.