The Fujifilm gfx 50S medium format mirrorless digital camera adopts a 43.8Ｘ32.9mm medium format g format) sensor with 51.4 MP. Featuring premium design and excellent operability stemming from the highly reputable digital camera x series system and the accumulation of image design technology from over 80 years of experience, the gfx 50S achieves the highest ever image quality from released with the APS-C sensor in 2011, the x series has earned high praise from professional photographers and photography enthusiasts alike, due to its excellent image quality and mobility across a wide range of genres including landscapes, snaps, portraits, and sports photos. On the other hand, there were also many photographers craving for the release of a camera equipped with a large-size sensor with an even higher number of effective Pixels, which could be used mainly in the fields of commercial and studio portrait photography, while at the same time keeping the excellent color reproduction of the x series intact. In response to those voices, developed the gfx 50S and the fujinon gf lenses series as a system for photographers that require even higher image quality than can be covered by the current x series lineup. Wireless transmitter -Standard - IEEE 802.11b / g / n (standard wireless protocol)
I have to say, it's everything they said it would be. The picture quality and dynamic range is amazing. Perhaps that's because this is the first medium format camera I have personally used, but I could never even afford to look at these before. I have to agree that this is not really a carry around camera. Its ISO performance is not as good as my D810 or A7rii, but that was known before I purchased it. I agree with most reviewers that this should be used with controlled lighting situations where motion is little to none.
The performance of this camera is off the chart. It has the best image quality of any camera I have ever owned. To name of few of my favorites: Sony RX1RM2, Sony A7RM2, X-Pro 2 and Leica Q. The GFX has recently gotten me to sell my Sony A7RM2. Don't get me wrong, the camera's I just mentioned all are remarkable but the FujiFilm GFX 50S produces the kind of images that wows me on a regular basis. I am pretty much a pixel peeper when it comes to image quality so it's tough to really impress me.
I am an older amateur, and this camera takes me back many years to my good old Pentax 6X7 days (I still have it and all of my lenses). Using it you get images that are just as exciting but because of modern technology the GFX camera is much more fun to use. Image quality is just what one would expect for this size sensor. All the lenses are nothing but Fujifilm quality through and through, especially the 120 mm. Thank you Fujfilm, and I forgive you for not going full frame. Hard to put it down and not try to make it my day to day camera to replace the X-Pro2 and the X-T2. I got it for making large landscape prints with a camera that looks and feels like a real camera, not a computer. I am very happy with this system and it is worth the price.
I missed shooting my Mamiya after I switched to Canon. This camera brought me back to Medium Format, and I'll never want to shoot anything else. I know Sony released a 61MP camera, but I can't see myself wanting that. The DOF and dynamic range on this camera are INSANE.
The best camera that I own. Forget the DLSR format and buy this one.
Well conceived and designed camera body especially for all the retro-grouches who learned to make pictures on film. Lenses are excellent quality especially the 120mm macro. The files that I have processed through Lighroom have been spectacular especially all my spring wildflower pics. I appreciate having a physical aperture ring to use.
Buy one for each hand! Well... Just start with one, perhaps. But seriously, this is the best camera I've ever owned.
The product is fantastic, not for beginners. As close to Medium Format as you'll get without spending $50,000...