Fujifilm GFX 50S Roundup and Announcement


Image courtesy of the London Camera Exchange

Announcement
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Roundup
London Camera Exchange – “Is the Fujifilm GFX50S a camera I need? No, not for what I normally shoot but is the Fujifilm GFX50S a camera that’s now got me rethinking what I enjoy shooting? Yes. Taking a little time spent capturing landscapes and night scenes while using the Lee Filter system has certainly left me craving more. My only fear is that I will now struggle to achieve the same dynamic range and clarity in images that I have been capturing on the GFX today.”

Huseyintaskin (Translate) – First impressions that include the Fujifilm GFX 50S surviving a dust storm. I included translated and non-translated link because some of the pictures and a video don’t show up in the translated edition.

betterphotography – The game changer

image-resource – extended gallery

WexPhotographic – “In short, we left wishing we could take the camera with us. It is incredibly versatile and easy to use.”

Paul Caldwell Photography – More extreme dynamic range pushing

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