image courtesy of travelshooteditrepeat
When the Fujifilm GFX 50S was announced a lot of bloggers/vloggers/photographers tried to paint it as a specialty camera , but now that the camera is in photographers hands they are adding it to their workflow just like any other camera. If you are given the opportunity to shoot a GFX it’s clearly designed to be shot handheld. It is so well deigned that you can manage sharp images with the Fujinon 63mm shooting with shutter speeds as low as 1/10 of a second relatively easily, which would be impressive on a crop sensor camera.
The GFX feels great in the hands, but questionable on a tripod, because buttons like the Q button are placed where you might grip the camera for adjustment. This is not a problem handheld where buttons are out of your way, but within reach. I hope overtime the community will begin to accept the GFX as just another tool, but for now there are still writers trying to slam the GFX for clicks.
travelshooteditrepeat – “After about 2 seconds of holding the GFX I fell in love with this camera all over again, it just fits the hands, and has perfect balance, even one handed this camera is excellent. I think this camera system is the perfect companion to an XT2 or XPRO2! It just fits with the work style and flows perfectly.”
DPReview – “Thinking about buying a Fujifilm GFX 50S? Read this first.” A writer does his best to write the opposite of what everyone else is saying by turning to a lot of miss information. If you read the article make sure you check out the comment section.
DSLR Magazine – “According to our experience with the GFX 50S, it may turn out to be what is intended by the firm, which is-forgiven by Anglicism- a game changer , a new proposal in the field of medium format, and based on In something very simple in principle: to understand that the future is “without mirror”, not already for the average format, butespecially for the same one.”
huseyintaskin – 20 days with the GFX 50S
Mike Kobal – Lots of great portraits and crops
Fine Art Printer – Fujifilm GFX 50s vs Hasselblad X1D
Bill Fortney – Fujifilm GFX 50S vs Fujifilm X-T2
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