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Gallery: Snaps from the Fujifilm GFX 50S




Fujifilm‘s new digital medium format camera is the first of its kind in the GFX series. Called the 50S, this mirrorless shooter possesses many reasons to be loved, but it also isn’t free from faults as stated in our full review. We found that it takes a while for its autofocus system to lock in, therefore possibly missing an important shot and that a dimly-lit scene isn’t a friend to the camera’s AF.

The GFX 50S, just like the Fujifilm X-T10, has the viewfinder set up towards the middle of the body. 

Despite those issues that we noticed, the GFX 50S is still an impressive piece of equipment targetted towards serious photographers. Here is a short gallery captured entirely using this ‘affordable‘ camera with no post processing involved apart from resizing.

Daylight

Shots were taken in broad daylight for natural lighting.

Details

Cropping the images to 100% to show the actual details.

ISO 100, 1/250 sec, F4.0

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ISO 100, 1/125 sec, F2.8

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ISO 100, 1/250 sec, F2.8

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ISO 100, 1/2000 sec, F2.8

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ISO 800, 1/30 sec, F2.8

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Read: Fujifilm GFX 50S Review

Low Light

Shots were taken indoors with artificial lighting.

Portraits

Portrait shots using both natural and controlled lighting.

Fujifilm GFX 50S key specs:

  • 51.4MP medium format CMOS sensor (43.8 × 32.9mm) with Bayer filter array
  • X-Processor Pro Image Processor
  • Removable 3.69m-Dot OLED EVF
  • 3.2? 2.36m-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
  • 117-Point Contrast-Detection AF System
  • Extended ISO 50-102400, 3 fps Shooting
  • Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 30 fps
  • Multi Aspect Ratio Shooting
  • Film Simulation Modes
  • Weather-Sealed Magnesium Alloy Body
  • AF-point-selection joystick
  • 1/125 sec flash sync speed
  • 3 fps continuous shooting
  • In-camera Raw processing
  • Dual SD card slots (UHS-II)
  • USB 3.0 socket
  • Wi-Fi
  • Price: Php366,990 (body only)/Php83,990 (GF 63mm F2.8 R WR lens)



Kevin Bruce Francisco is the Senior Editor and Video Producer for YugaTech. He's a Digital Filmmaking graduate who's always either daydreaming of traveling or actually going places on his bike. Follow him on Twitter for more tech updates @kevincofrancis.

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  1. Dolphy says:

    300K? 1/125 flash sync speed? :(

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