Fujifilm GFX 50S Stories, Capture One, and Coverage

It always surprises me the variety of people that start covering a camera system without making themselves familour with it first. Eric Kim’s “Initial Impressions” video is a perfect example of this kind of coverage and you can find it below. Lots of photographers have mistaken beliefs about digital medium format stuck in their head and cameras like the Fujifilm GFX 50S are here to fix the mainstream beliefs.

Actually if photographers were really lusting over medium format, cameras like the Leica S corrected a lot of the issues with digital medium format years ago, but it came at a very high price. The Leica S was the first digital medium format camera with decent high ISO performance and fast autofocus. From the start it was quite the camera and the only reason I don’t own one today is because Lecia continues to let me down when they update their cameras. They simply continue to fail to secure the latests and greatest sensors, which I find unaccepable for such an expensive camera. Their is nothing quite like shooting a M or S, but the 50MP Sony sensor bests Leica’s 37.5MP sensor easily.

The Last Word – Macro slit scans

thephoblographer – Why the Fujifilm GFX Camera System Needs Better Lenses

23mm Samples (1, 2)

kellydunphotography – Capture One and the Fujifilm GFX 50S

Canadian Road Trip – DAY 30: ALL ABOUT ICE

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