Fujifilm GFX 50S: Great For Professional and Casual Shooters

Engadget took the Fujifilm GFX 50S to SXSW and shot it casually everyday. Senior Editor Edgar Alvarez seems to really love the combo and has no real complains about the camera as a casual shooter. The Fujifilm GFX 50S really does allow anyone to become a medium format photographer, but it will only shin in the hands of a professional.


GFX 50S Astrophotography – I completed uploading my astrophotography photos to the 500PX GFX50S gallery and shared them with the Fujifilm GFX Owners Group yesterday. I will write a post about some of the advantages/disadvantages of using the GFX for astro in the near future, but I’m dealing with comcastic issues at the moment.

Meshmag – Field Tested: Fujifilm GFX 50S, in the transition III

diglloyd – diglloyd received a second sample of the Fujinon 120mm f/4 and is still suffering from focusing issues, but the lens is fine for him when focusing between shots.

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  • Abiatha Swelter

    I think someone needs a new keyboard.

  • ryanyomomma

    It still seems to pick up H-alpha nebulae pretty well (the X-Trans arrangement picks up HA pretty damn well). If that’s one shot at f/4 with sodium vapor ambient light, that’s pretty damn good. I can’t imagine what the 23mm or 45mm f2.8 will look like.