For a combination of camera size and image quality, the Fujifilm GFX 50S is a magnificent landscape photography camera. In my brief comparison with the Canon 5DS R and 5D Mk IV DSLRs, I was able to quickly notice real benefits from the larger sensor in terms of dynamic range and clarity of fine details, along with slightly better high ISO performance. While I continue to favor the build, feel and functionality of Canon DSLRs, the advances the GFX 50S offers in resolution, image detail and dynamic range (particularly shadow recovery) make it a camera I would absolutely own and use.
- Image resolution and fine detail clarity
- Dynamic Range (especially shadow recovery)
- Image quality at higher ISO settings
- Size and weight
- Tilt touch screen
- Price (affordable for medium format)
- Mirrorless design requires digital viewfinder
- Build quality feel and ergonomics could be better
- Price (expensive compared to most DSLR and full frame mirrorless cameras)
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The Fujifilm GFX 50S stacks up very well against the Hasselblad HD4 in the comparison above, but they are shot at slightly different apertures.