The Fuji must becomes the first of the more well-known brands to enter this field, which should, I think, open your eyes more advanced equipment for consumer photography in this format – possibly more so than after the attempt of the Pentax 645 d with its, which sought to curb investment in that field, since the mark has warned that the price of the GFX kit 50S with 63 mm and the display will default to well under $10 1000 (which in the market of the MF is fantastic). Great, in fact, seems to have been the adjective chosen by Fujifilm as target for GFX 50S, since its acronym can be interpreted as great effects (great effects). EPA, spoke at 63 mm?

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Fuji has no objective of type on current X series, but this new objective is not only a new template, as part of a new mount, the G-mount. This new Assembly debut with not one or two or three, but six (Yes, six!) objectives for the GFX line: are the GF23mmF4 R LM WR, GF45mmF R 2.8 WR, the already mentioned GF63mmF R 2.8 WR, the zoom GF32-64mmF4 R LM WR and one more GF110mmF2 R LM WR and a Macro GF120mmF4 R LM OIS WR (all weather resistant , note) — far more than the three provided for the rumors. As you can see, who embark on the system will be readily well served in terms of ' lenses '. All this because not only Fujifilm is not a rookie in the field of photography in medium format, as she also had the mission not to be just another brand in the industry, an adventurer from a new eye lucrative Lode.

After all, the MF Digital already for a long time, and hit head-on with traditional brands that they produce larger models (and more movies, then sensors) was not a task for beginners, so it was necessary to present something pretty substantial, and I believe that Fuji has managed the feat. Fujifilm GFX 50S has a 51.4-megapixel sensor in a body without a mirror. The Fuji sensor claims to have been completely customized and designed, with 43.8 mm x 32.9 mm, about 1, 7 x larger than a 35 mm sensor, and about 4 times larger than the APS-C used in the Fuji X already known to the public. Note: it is not a sensor X-Trans, with anti-alias filter and chromatic arrangement of Bayer, as determined by

She has a display (viewfinder) that is embedded in your hotshoe and can still be overridden by another which can be rotated. Will also have the option to be used with battery grip. Other interesting points are the weight, only slightly more than the Hasselblad X1D (800 g in new Fuji against 725 of Hassel), articulated monitor (with tilt vetical) and sealing against dust and spills — as far back as I can remember is not a common combination between the MF. Can still be operated in a cold up to -10° Celsius