11 Aug Fujifilm GFX 50S: Longterm Launch System Review
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It’s an exciting time to be a photographer… The release of the Fujifilm GFX 50S signals a paradigm shift in medium format photography that has sent shockwaves throughout the market; but the GFX isn’t the only camera Fujifilm released that is changing everything. The Fujifilm X-T2 started the shift because it foreshadowed cameras like the Sony a9, which is an X-T2 without technological compromise. Mirrorless cameras have become impossible to ignore now that they can compete with the vast majority of traditional DSLR cameras, but the GFX is a cut above the rest.
FujiAddict has followed the progress of the GFX with much interest since its announcement, and Fujifilm handled the launch of their new format amazingly well, but Fujifilm might have been a little conservative in their approach. The Fujifilm GFX 50S builds on most of the things that the Fujifilm X-T2 got right, yet some photographers expected more because they have become used to no compromise camera systems. This is somewhat understandable since Fujifilm is targeting high-end, full frame photographers looking to get a little more image quality for their dollar, but the GFX is a new system, and it is capable compared to other medium format cameras. Traditionally speaking, medium format cameras are highly manual and mechanical, so Fujifilm is expanding a new hybrid market that is more DSLR-like than traditional medium format, which Leica started with the Leica S.
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