14 Mar Fujifilm GFX 50R review: Hefty and unwieldy, but it takes some cracking photos
Source: Fujifilm Insider
Previously the reserve of well-heeled studio photographers, mirrorless technology is beginning to make medium format photography available to a much broader swathe of photographers. Indeed, at a shade under £4,000 (admittedly before you add a lens), the Fujifilm GFX 50R is within the grasp of moneyed enthusiasts with a taste for huge sensors. If that sounds like a stretch, just compare it to the Hasselblad H6D, a medium format competitor that starts at £14,000.
Fujifilm GFX 50R review: Price and competition
The GFX 50R presents competition not just to its traditional medium format competitors, but also to high-end, full-frame DSLRs such as the Canon 1DX MKII and Nikon D5. The big difference is that sensor – it measures 44 x 33mm, which compares nicely to full-frame’s 36 x 24mm. Home to more widely-spaced pixel-sites, it offers greater light-gathering capabilities, and slimmer depth of field….
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