18 Sep Moving from the X-T2 to the GFX
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Source: Fujifilm Insider
The Fujifilm GFX 50S has got the world talking about medium format digital photography again. This time, it’s not just in terms of wishes and desires. The price of the system has put it in the reach of many professionals wanting the larger sensor and wealthy amateurs. It has been praised for its excellent image quality and relative portability in the medium format realm. But, as an Fujifilm X series user, just what are you getting for all that extra weight and money?
After switching from Nikon “full-frame” DSLRs to the Fujifilm X-T2 for all of my work, I haven’t missed much at all. Now, my kit is smaller and lighter, but I have all the benefits of shooting a mirrorless system and access to all of the Fujifilm glass that comes with using the X series cameras. So, when the announcement for the GFX came, I was more than a little intrigued. I’ve just spent six weeks using the GFX in Korea and India, so I’d like to share my thoughts on just what this camera is and how it compares…
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