Karen Hutton was the last of six American photographers chosen to beta test the Fujifilm GFX 50s. She only had the camera for 6 days and the weather wasn’t great, but she has some great high resolution images on her page worth checking out. Most of the text is about her ordeal, but there are a few details worth sharing.
Oddly she mentions 4k video
There was no tripod plate made for the GFX at this point: but my B9 Multi-Use Bidirectional plate from Really Right Stuff did the till-then trick, keeping the camera solid and secure. Everywhere I use a tripod in the post, it’s the Really Right Stuff TQC-14 and BH-40 ballhead. My go-to rig!
OK yeah, I admit it, I took the GFX out in a blizzard and in rain. It’s why I know the weather sealing works.
It’s good to read that so many of the beta photographers are subjecting the GFX to such extreme weather without issue. I hope this continues to be the case after the camera is more widely available. You can read Karen’s entire post here.