Remember our Fujifilm report from PhotoKina? No, of course not, it was ages ago! You have work, chores, bills, other stuff on your mind. Luckily, the camera debuts in one month and we’re here to remind you what are the main features of the company’s first medium format mirrorless camera #fotomagic
The Fujifilm GFX 50S offers more than your typical 35mm “full frame” camera, by sporting a 51.4MP 43.8mm x 32.9mm sensor. This is powered by an X-Processor Pro, Fujifilm’s hardware that enables clear, beautiful colors in detailed pictures. It’s equipped with a detachable EVF and a vertical battery grip, making it a great addition to a nature or portrait photographer’s gear.
The medium format mirrorless is bound to compete with premium cameras from Hasselblad and PhaseOne. GFX 50s however is less expensive than their top offerings. The body will cost $6,499.95 and comes with 3 lens choices: a 63mm f/2.8 ($1,499.95), a 32-64mm f/4 zoom ($2,299.95) and a 120mm f/4 macro ($2,699.95). All are weather resistant.
Plus, Fujifilm will release a mount adapter for older, film-based medium format lenses.
How does it all sound? Are you going to check out the camera in the upcoming months?