30 Dec Fujifilm GFX videos offer insight into what we can expect from their medium format mirrorless camera

Source: DIY Photography

Fuji’s GFX 50S medium format camera got a lot of attention when it was announced at Photokina in September. But, it was also still shrouded in quite a lot of mystery. They wouldn’t let us have a look at it outside of its glass cabinet, and certainly not test it out. Even the official GFX page on the FUji website doesn’t really have a whole lot of information now.

We know it’s medium format, mirrorless, has a 43.8 x 32.9mm 51.4MP sensor and will have an array of impressive looking lenses available. We also know that there’s a vertical grip available for it, for those that shoot portrait orientation often. Fuji have been teasing us with some videos, though. The first two appeared in September during the GFX announcement, but several more we released just a few days ago.

First is Belgian photographer Piet Van den Eynde, who test drove the new GFX on a trip to India. Piet talks about the increased dynamic range and huge resolution as two of the main advantages of this medium format camera.

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