Fujifilm GFX50S: Amateur Review, Fujinon GF 120 f4 R LM OIS WR Macro VS Fujinon GF 110mm f2 R LM and More

You can use the Fujifilm GFX 50S as a daily camera if you really want to according to Scott Graham, above, which mirrors my experience. He isn’t quite ready to put down the cash for one and sees it as a camera he would purchase if he wanted to become a professional photographer. “If I had more than two thumbs, I would put them all up. If you have the means and it’s not going to financially cripal you to own something like that, I say go for it.” If you’re interested in buying a GFX Fujifilm has been hosting touch and try events, which you can find on their events page here.

Below Rami Hyun and Ivan Joshua Loh have trouble deciding between the Fujinon GF 120 f4 R LM OIS WR Macro and Fujinon GF 110mm f2 R LM. From their testing the GF 120 seems like a better lens for studio work, because you can shoot tighter portraits with it, while the GF 110 is better for outdoors portraiture where there is lots of bokeh.

macleancomms – Monza Pitlane with the GFX

yugatech – Gallery: Snaps from the Fujifilm GFX 50S

The Last Word – Really long adapted lenses on the Fujifilm GFX 50S

ivanjoshualoh – GF110mm F2 vs GF120mm F4 Macro

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Fujifilm GFX 50S: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 110mm F 2 R LM WR: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujinon GF 23mm F 4 R LM WR: 
B&H Photo  / Amazon / Adorama

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