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Fujifilm Gfx 50r 51.4mp Mirrorless Medium Format Camera (Body Only)

fujifilm gfx 50r 51 4mp mirrorless medium format camera body only

Fujifilm GFX 50R 51.4MP Mirrorless Medium Format Camera (Body Only)

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  • 51.4MP medium format 43.8 x 32.9mm sensor for superior sharpness and image quality w/ X-Processor Pro Imaging processor
  • Fujifilm g mount with short Flange back distance of just 26.7mm
  • Weather and dust- resistant; operation to as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit -10 degrees Celsius; Operating Humidity: 10 - 80% (no condensation)
  • Equipped with Dual memory card Slots - uses SD cards (UHS-ii recommended)
  • Lightweight body weighs approximately 27.3oz./ 775G

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Brand : Fujifilm
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Mirrorless Cameras
Rating : 4.1
ListPrice : US $4499
Price : US $3659.96
Review Count : 37

fujifilm gfx 50r 51 4mp mirrorless medium format camera body only
fujifilm gfx 50r 51 4mp mirrorless medium format camera body only
fujifilm gfx 50r 51 4mp mirrorless medium format camera body only
fujifilm gfx 50r 51 4mp mirrorless medium format camera body only
fujifilm gfx 50r 51 4mp mirrorless medium format camera body only
fujifilm gfx 50r 51 4mp mirrorless medium format camera body only

Fujifilm GFX 50R 51.4MP Mirrorless Medium Format Camera (Body Only)

  • I bought my GFX 50r at release for full retail. I came from a Nikon D810 and the GFX blew me away in every respect. I use it Professionally for high end Architectural Photography and occasional for Corporate and Family Portraits. I paired my GFX with an adapted Canon 24mm TSE for Architecture and then the GF110mm for Portraits. With just these two lenses this camera fulfills all of my needs. Well, except for maybe portability. My personal choice for Travel and every day Photography is my Leica Q. The GFX is just too big for family outings, vacations, least in my opinion.
  • 99% of the time I needed the WiFi and Bluetooth feature on this camera to work with my iPhone to use as a remote but unfortunately the FUJI app and the pairing was fickle. It would stay connected for two - three shots and then loose connection. Very tough WiFi and Bluetooth set up BUT the camera is great at taking pics crisp hi resolution.
  • Great IQ, slow lenses take getting used to.
  • This medium format wonder hews closely to the form and function of its Fuji forebears. It accepts all manner of lens adapters and with the exception of particular wide lenses, most lenses have near to full coverage for the larger sensor. The native lenses are exceptional but pricey.
  • I am happy with this camera. It takes great pictures loaded with detail.
  • UPDATE:got on the phone with Amazon to return faulty camera. The rep helped and was able to get the ball moving with a return. Now sending it back! Thanks to Amazon\'s customer service.I have had this camera for 7 months now and this I love the image quality but I’ve been getting colored spots in my images. This happened on a high profile shoot. Sent it back once and nothing changed. I am not confident using this on a professional job because of the issues I’ve had. I tend to keep another camera on me for when the dots show up. Sending it in for repair for the second time, hopefully they fix the problem.
  • I’m a medium format film shooter and this is a great replacement for film. It is slower but if your a film shooter you will be use to it
  • If you previously or currently used a digital MF camera you probably know more about this camera right off the bat than I do.For those (especially Fuji X-series owners) contemplating their first MF camera the following may help. I chose this for two reasons 1-it is the least expensive digital MF camera available (mine was second hand) and its layout makes it look like a super sized version of Fuji’s X-E cameras which I’ve use for the last several years. There differences but the control layout and function is similar enough to my X-E3 that I was able to start using it within a minute or two after un-boxing. However, it bigger than expected even though it is the smallest and lightest of Fuji’s GFX line. I’m using it with the GF50mm lens so it is kind of like a gigantic X-E3 with the 27mm mounted. So far I’ve taken to a locations where I’ve used the E3+27mm in the past. The results are similar except that it is less discrete (if that matters) and the resulting files are hugely more detailed. Also if you like processing raw files you will find these give quite a bit more latitude. High ISO such as 3200 or even 6400 generate little noise and it is better looking noise than I seen before. This is good because taking hand held photos is a little more difficult due to weight and narrower DOF - so you need to use higher ISO more. On the other hand, if you can immobilize the camera and use ISO 100 you can make a print like you have never seen before! Another issue is narrow DOF - on the plus side it is fantastic if you want to use it to separate an in focus subject against a blurred back ground - you can get results that are nearly impossible with an ASP-C camera. The other side of that is that you need to think things out if you want a result in ficus from near by out to the horizon. I think I will be using a tripod a little more often with this camera due to the weight etc.The only annoyances I have encountered are A- the the exposure compensation dual moves too easily - it needs to be stiffer. (Fuji finally fixed this on recent X-series models so I surprised it has reappeared). B-there is a control wheel around the shutter release. That is a bad location as it gets bumped accidentally on a regular basis. It can be disabled in the customization menus but that seems like a waste. It was a clever idea but was not thought out.Update #1: Although the GHFX50R looks like larger version of Fuji\'s X-E_ series it may be a mistake to just pick one up ans go about things on the basis \"business as usual only bigger\". Bigger means everything is a little slower even though by MF standards Fuji GFX is really fast. Although the size and weight make this the featherweight of MF you can not run about snapping thing like you were carrying a Leica rangefinder or an X-E3. (If you have larger than average hands maybe this won\'t be an issue.) The various auto capabilities are there AE, AF, AutoISO, auto aperture -but- their logic is a bit different from what works in smaller camera bodies. I suggest you go back to manual-everything for a couple of practice sessions to see what works. Compared to an APS-C camera DOF is more critical, camera shake harder to control, your choice of mechanical vs electronic shutter matters more. and so on.

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