Fujifilm GFX 50S Dead Beauty, Adapted Glass, and Unboxing/AF

It’s taking longer than expected to upload my astrophotography files to 500px because of internet issues and the Fujifilm GFX 50S files being between 40-80MB. I hope to have everything uploaded by tomorrow so I can do a post about the experience, but in the mean time check out my GFX gallery here and the astrophotography gallery here.

Above Lewis Von John presents some more of his GFX land scape work and below an unboxing video with some AF tests for people still curious about how well the Fujifilm GFX’s AF system works. Most of the light reviews have been posted and now sites like The Last Word are diving into adapted lens tests and comparisons. If you like adapted glass there are a lot of active members in our Fujifilm GFX Owners Group adapting glass and sharing their experiences/photos.

The Last Word – a7RII/GFX comparisons with no demosacing

The Last Word – Sony 90mm macro on the a7RII, Fuji 120mm macro on the GFX-50S

The Last Word – Sony 90mm macro on the a7RII, Fuji 120mm macro on the GFX-50S — corner

The Last Word – Otus 85 on the a7RII, Fuji 120mm macro on the GFX-50S

The Last Word – Hasselblad HC 120 macro, Fuji 120mm macro on the GFX-50S

Photographyblog – Hasselblad X1D Review “Unfortunately the second compact system camera with a medium-format sensor, the Fujifilm GFX, has followed hot on the heels of Hasselblad’s trail-blazer, which after a short initial test feels better-realised and more feature-rich than the X1D, although not as compact or well built. Watch out for our Fujifilm GFX review soon… ”

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Fujifilm GFX 50S: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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