13 Mar Fujifilm GFX 50s Medium Format Camera Review
Source: Mirror Lessons
The Fujifilm GFX 50s is the first medium format camera I’ve ever had the chance to review. I was really excited about the idea of trying it and seeing how the quality of a digital medium format sensor compared to the cameras I usually review. Luckily, I wasn’t disappointed. After using the GFX for almost three weeks, I can confirm that it was everything I hoped it would be and more!
Main Specs Sensor: 51.4MP medium format (43.8×32.9mm) CMOS Lens system: GF Weatherproof: Yes (dust, moisture and -10°C) Internal Stabilisation: No Autofocus: Contrast detection with 117 points Continuous shooting: 3fps with C-AF ISO Sensitivity: 100 – 12800 ISO (pull 50, push up to 102400) Shutter Speeds: 1/4000s to 4s, up to 1/16000s with electronic shutter, Bulb up to 60min Viewfinder: 0.5in OLED with 3,690k dots, 23mm eye point, 0.85x magnification and 60fps refresh rate Rear monitor: Tilting 3.2” LCD (2.36M dots) with touch sensitivity Movie recording: 1080p up to 30fps Built-in Flash: No Extra Features: WiFi, RAW Conversion, Bracketing, Tethering, Dual SD card Dimensions: 147.5 x 94.2 x 91.4mm Weight: 825g (including battery and memory card) Firmware version: 3.00 Video Review
As usual, our main review is in video format. You can see all our findings below!
Summary of our findings Image quality: the main reason you would want to consider one of these cameras. Sharpness and detail are outstanding, there’s great dynamic range in the shadows and highlights (especially when you use the DR200% and DR400% settings) and
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