02 Sep Fujifilm GFX 50S II review
Source: DP Review
The Fujifilm GFX 50S II is the company’s third 50 Megapixel medium format mirrorless camera, and the first to feature in-camera stabilization.
In almost every respect, the 50S II is a lower-res version of the GFX 100S, sharing more with its high pixel-count sibling than it does with the original GFX 50S. The means it benefits from all the refinements Fujifilm has introduced in the five years since the first GFX 50S was launched but also sees some features pared back.
It’s also Fujifilm’s least expensive medium format camera to date, making the 44 x 33mm format more accessible than ever.
Key specifications 51MP 44 x 33mm CMOS sensor In-body stabilization offering up to 6.5EV correction 3.2″ rear touchscreen with two-axis tilt 3.69M dot OLED viewfinder with 0.77x (equiv) magnification Top-panel status LCD Pixel-shift high-res mode gives 205MP images Battery rated to 440 shots per charge (CIPA) Full HD video at up to 30p, with headphone and mic sockets
The Fujifilm GFX 50S II will be available later this month at a recommended price of $4000. Launched alongside the camera is a 35-70mm F4.5-5.6 retractable zoom lens, which provides 28-55mm equivalent coverage. Fujifilm is asking for $1000 for the lens if bought separately, but it adds only $500 to the cost of the 50S II, if bought together as a kit.
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