FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera (Body Only)

FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera with 63mm Lens and Battery Grip Kit

FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera with 63mm Lens and Battery Grip Kit

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FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera with 63mm Lens and Battery Grip Kit

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FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera with 63mm Lens and Battery Grip Kit FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera (Body Only) FUJIFILM GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens FUJIFILM VG-GFX1 Vertical Battery Grip FUJIFILM NP-T125 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery FUJIFILM 62mm Protector Filter

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Product Highlights

  • 51.4MP 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS Sensor
  • 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
  • GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens
  • VG-GFX1 Vertical Battery Grip
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  • 1Description

Bundling everything you need to begin working with the high-resolution medium format system, the FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera with 63mm Lens and Battery Grip Kit from B&H includes the camera body, the GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR lens, and the VG-GFX1 Vertical Battery Grip.

  • FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera (Body Only)

    Characterized by its large sensor, advanced imaging capabilities, and modular design, the GFX 50S from FUJIFILM is a unique medium format mirrorless camera that is highly versatile and distinctly portable. At the heart of the GFX camera system is the 43.8 x 32.9mm 51.4MP CMOS sensor, which pairs with the X-Processor Pro image processor to produce files with extremely wide dynamic range and high resolution, as well as an extended sensitivity range of ISO 50-102400 for working in difficult lighting conditions. The sensor's large form factor also achieves a unique three-dimensional look with especially smooth tonal and color transitions. Beyond this, the sensor and processor combination also avails the ability to work in a variety of aspect ratios common to traditional large and medium format film cameras, as well as the ability to shoot at up to 3 fps or record Full HD 1080p/30 video. As forward-thinking as the GFX 50S is, its use of film-camera inspired design imbues it with intuitive operation and the ability to apply the camera system to myriad styles and methods of image-making.

    Complementing the imaging assets is a truly versatile physical design that champions multiple ways of working with the camera. A removable 3.69m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder can be used for high-resolution eye-level viewing, and can be paired with an optional tilt adapter to permit working with the finder from various working angles. Alternatively, the rear 3.2" 2.36m-dot touchscreen LCD features a three-way tilting design that supports working from high and low angles, even when shooting in the vertical orientation. Operability is further reinforced through the use of several dedicated dials for adjusting exposure settings, and a top LCD screen is also featured for quickly checking settings and exposure data. Additionally, the GFX 50S sports a magnesium alloy build that is both lightweight and durable, and is also dust- and weather-sealed, as well as freezeproof down to 14°F, for working in trying environmental conditions.

    51.4MP CMOS Sensor and X-Processor Pro
    Utilizing a large, 43.8 x 32.9mm 51.4MP CMOS sensor and X-Processor Pro, the GFX 50S is capable of delivering high-resolution, 14-bit stills with a 14-stop wide dynamic range as well as a broad sensitivity range of ISO 100-12800, which can be extended to ISO 50-102400. The large size of each pixel allows for more efficient light gathering, too, for smoother tonal and color transitions to produce a characteristic three-dimensional "medium format look." Also contributing to several medium format looks, a variety of traditional medium and large format aspect ratios can be used in addition to the standard 4:3, including 1:1, 65:24, 5:4, 7:6, 3:2, and 16:9.

    The image processor and sensor also lend a versatile edge to the system, and permit shooting continuously up to 3 fps or for recording Full HD 1080p video at 29.97, 25, 24, and 23.98 fps frame rates. Film Simulation modes, including a Color Chrome Effect to produce subtle tonality among highly saturated colors, can be used in conjunction with video recording, too, to lessen the need for color correction during post production.
    Body Design
    • Magnesium alloy body construction is both lightweight and durable, and the camera system is sealed in 58 places to render it weather- and dust-resistant, as well as freezeproof down to 14°F, for use in inclement conditions.
    • Based on a modular concept, a removable 3.69m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder is included for high-resolution, 0.85x-magnification eye-level viewing, and can be paired with an optional EVF-TL1 Tilt Adapter for positioning the finder at a variety of working angles.
    • The removable EVF connects with the camera body via the hot shoe, and the EVF features its own hot shoe to maintain compatibility with optional external flashes.
    • A 3.2" 2.36m-dot touchscreen LCD is also available for image playback, menu navigation, and live view shooting. This LCD features a unique tilting design that moves both 45° downward and 90° upward for shooting from high and low angles, and also tilts 60° to the side to benefit shooting in the vertical orientation when in live view.
    • A series of dedicated dials are placed about the body for independently adjusting aperture, shutter speed, and ISO.
    • The aperture ring on GF lenses and the ISO dial on the camera feature a C (Command) position, and the Shutter Speed dial has a T position, to enable adjusting these settings via the front and rear control dials.
    • A 1.28" sub LCD monitor is also featured on the top plate for settings confirmation and exposure data.
    • Included NP-T125 rechargeable lithium-ion battery provides approximately 400 shots per charge when Auto Power Save is on.
    • Built-in Wi-Fi allows for direct wireless sharing of files as well as remote camera control from a linked mobile device.
    117-Point Autofocus System
    A contrast-detection autofocus system is employed that uses 117 total points, which can be further divided into 425 points, for notable focusing speed and accuracy that is especially beneficial when working with the inherent shallow depth of field of medium format. Focus point selection is possible using the integrated Focus Lever for intuitive switching between points and, alternatively, the rear touchscreen can also be used for selecting precise focus areas. Face and Eye Detection AF are also available to benefit portraiture, and an electronic depth of field scale can be used for more critical selective focus. Additionally, focus peaking is available in manual focus mode as well as frame magnification for more critical focusing.
    Other Camera Features
    • The FUJIFILM G lens mount features a short focal flange distance of just 26.7mm to better facilitate adapting lenses and to allow for reduced back focusing distances to better prevent vignetting and promote edge-to-edge sharpness with the GF series of lenses.
    • Film Simulation modes allow you to reproduce the look and feel of several of FUJIFILM's film types, including Provia, Velvia, Astia, Classic Chrome, Pro Neg. Hi, Pro Neg. Standard, Acros, Monochrome, and Sepia. Additionally, Grain Effect can be adjusted as well as Classic Chrome effect to fine-tune the look of imagery.
    • Mechanical focal plane permits working with shutter speeds from 60 min. up to 1/4000 sec., and an electronic shutter allows the use of shutter speeds up to 1/16000 sec. for working in bright light conditions.
    • Interval shooting is possible for up to 999 consecutive frames with a 1 sec. to 24 hour delay between exposures, as well as up to a 24 hours shutter delay.
    • Multiple Exposure mode lets you shoot two consecutive overlaid frames, and the first frame will be shown on the rear LCD to aid in alignment for the second exposure.
    • Dual UHS-II SD memory card slots are featured, and permit saving imagery in a sequential manner, backup/duplicate manner, or in a sorted manner to segregate JPEG and raw files.
    • A variety of file formats are available depending on your workflow needs, and include uncompressed and compressed raw file types; Super Fine, Fine, and Normal JPEG settings; and TIFF files can be output via in-camera raw file development.
    • A voice memo function lets you solely record your voice for up to 30 seconds at a time for making notes or keeping track of shooting information.
    • 3D Electronic Level can be used to ensure the accuracy of horizontal and vertical lines within your composition.
    • Tethered shooting is possible using X Acquire software to send images from the camera to a hot folder on your computer for further editing. Alternatively, the Tether Shooting Plug-in PRO for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and HS-V5 for Windows operating systems are also available.
    UPC: 074101031164
  • FUJIFILM GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens

    A sleek and versatile normal-length prime, the GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR from FUJIFILM is a 50mm equivalent lens for the G-mount GFX camera system. Its 10 elements, eight groups optical design incorporates one extra-low dispersion element to reduce chromatic aberrations and color fringing for improved clarity and color accuracy throughout the aperture range. A fluorine coating has also been added to the front element to repel moisture and the lens also features a dust-, freeze-, and weather-resistant construction for use in inclement conditions. Additionally, a manual aperture ring is featured for intuitive, tactile adjustment over exposure settings, and a Command position can also be set for camera-based control over the aperture.

    Standard-length prime lens offers a 50mm equivalent focal length to realize a normal field of view for working with a variety of subjects.
    Bright f/2.8 maximum aperture benefits working in low-light conditions as well as enables a high degree of control over depth of field.
    The optical design incorporates one extra-low dispersion element to reduce chromatic aberrations and color fringing throughout the aperture and focusing ranges for notable clarity and color fidelity.
    The front optical group is used for focusing to Minimize aberrations and distortions throughout the focusing range.
    Physical aperture ring allows for intuitive adjustment over exposure settings, and incorporates a C (Command) position to permit camera-based aperture setting.
    The front element features a hydrophobic fluorine coating to repel moisture.
    Dust- and weather-sealed physical construction enables working in harsh climates and temperatures as low as 14°F.
    Rounded nine-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing bokeh quality.
    UPC: 074101032062
  • FUJIFILM VG-GFX1 Vertical Battery Grip

    Dedicated to the FUJIFILM GFX 50S medium format mirrorless camera, the VG-GFX1 Vertical Battery Grip benefits shooting in the vertical orientation and can also be used to effectively double your battery life. The grip accepts one additional NP-T125 rechargeable lithium-ion battery for extended shooting times, and it is compatible with the optional AC-15V AC Adapter for charging the battery within the grip. In terms of its physical design, the extended shape incorporates a secondary shutter release button as well as additional function buttons and control dials to mimic the camera's own layout for intuitive handling.

    UPC: 074101031188
  • FUJIFILM NP-T125 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery

    Dedicated to the FUJIFILM GFX 50S medium format mirrorless camera, the NP-T125 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery is a spare or replacement item for the one originally included with the camera.

    UPC: 074101031218
  • FUJIFILM 62mm Protector Filter

    The 62mm Protector Filter from FUJIFILM is a simple, clear filter with a 1x filter factor and is designed to provide general protection for those lenses as well as any other lens with a 62mm front filter thread. This optically clear filter does not affect the overall image quality while helping reduce dust, scratches, moisture, and other elements from damaging your lens. This filter is multi-coated and features Super Electron Beam Coatings to help reduce flare and improve light transmission.

    Clear filter offers general protection for your lens against the elements.
    Multi-coated for lessening lens flare and improving light transmission.
    Does not require adjustments to exposure while in use.
    Creates no additional coloration or contrast.
    Plastic case included for storage and transport.
    UPC: 074101014068
In the Box
  • EVF-GFX1 Interchangeable Electronic Viewfinder
  • NP-T125 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
  • BC-T125 Battery Charger
  • Plug Adapter
  • BCP-002 Body Cap
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Metal Strap Clip
  • Metal Strap Clip Lock
  • Cable Protector
  • Hot Shoe Cover (Body/EVF)
  • Connector Cover for EVF
  • Vertical Battery Grip Connector Cover
  • Sync Terminal Cover
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty

  • Includes Free

    Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    • FUJIFILM GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera (Body Only)
      Resolution 51.4 MP
      Sensor 43.8 x 32.9 mm CMOS sensor, Bayer array with primary color filter
      Storage Type 2x SD card slot; SD/SDHC/SDXH memory cards UHS-I/UHS-II
      File Formats Still Image: JPEG (Exif ver. 2.3), raw (14-bit RAF), raw + JPEG, 8-bit TIFF via in-camera raw conversion

      Movie: MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264)
      Audio: Linear PCM (stereo sound, 48 kHz sampling)
      Number of Recording Pixels 8256 x 6192
      Aspect Ratios 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 1:1, 65:24, 5:4, 7:6
      Lens Mount FUJIFILM G-mount
      Sensitivity Auto, ISO 100-12800 (Extended Range: ISO 50-102400)
      Exposure Control TTL 256-zone metering
      Multi, Spot, Average, Center-Weighted
      Exposure Mode Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority, Manual
      Exposure Compensation +/- 5 EV in 1/3 steps (movie recording: +/- 2 EV)
      Shutter Type Focal plane shutter
      Shutter Speed Mechanical Shutter:
      4 to 1/4000 sec. in P mode; 60 min. to 1/4000 sec. in all other modes
      Bulb and Time modes up to 60 min.

      Electronic Shutter:
      4 to 1/16000 sec. in P mode; 60 min. to 1/16000 sec. in all other modes
      Bulb and Time modes up to 60 min.

      Electronic Front Curtain Shutter:
      4 to 1/4000 sec. in P mode; 60 min. to 1/4000 sec. in all other modes
      Bulb and Time modes up to 60 min.

      Mechanical + Electronic Shutter:
      4 to 1/16000 sec. in P mode; 60 min. to 1/16000 sec. in all other modes
      Bulb and Time modes up to 60 min.

      Electronic Front Curtain Shutter + Electronic Shutter:
      4 to 1/16000 sec. in P mode; 60 min. to 1/16000 sec. in all other modes
      Bulb and Time modes up to 60 min.

      Sync Speed for Flash:
      1/125 sec. or slower
      Continuous Shooting Approx. 3 fps for unlimited JPEGs, 13 lossless compressed raw files, or 8 uncompressed raw files
      Focus 117-point TTL contrast-detection system
      Manual, Continuous, Single focus modes
      AF Frame Selection: Single-Point, Zone AF, Wide/Tracking AF
      White Balance Automatic Scene Recognition, Custom, Color Temperature Selection (K), Preset (Daylight, Shade, Fluorescent Light [Daylight], Fluorescent Light [Warm White], Fluorescent Light [Cool White], Incandescent Light, Underwater)
      Self-Timer Delay 10 or 2 sec. delay
      Interval Shooting Yes
      Flash Modes Sync Mode: 1st Curtain, 2nd Curtain, Auto FP (HSS)
      Flash Mode: TTL (Flash Auto, Standard, Slow Sync), Manual, Off
      Hot Shoe Yes; dedicated TTL flash compatible
      Viewfinder 0.5" / 1.3 cm
      3.69m-dot OLED
      100% frame coverage
      Eyepoint: Approx. 23 mm
      Diopter Adjustment: -4 to +2 m
      Magnification: 0.85x
      Diagonal Angle of View: Approx. 40°
      Horizontal Angle of View: Approx. 33°
      Built-in eye sensor
      LCD Monitor 3.2" 2.36m-dot tilting touchscreen LCD
      4:3 aspect ratio
      100% frame coverage
      Video Recording Full HD 1920 x 1080 at 29.97p, 25p, 24p, and 23.98p at 36 Mbps
      HD 1280 x 720 at 29.97p, 25p, 24p, and 23.98p at 18 Mbps
      Maximum Recording Length: Approx. 30 min.
      Wireless Connectivity IEEE 802.11b/g/n
      WEP, WPA, WPA2 mixed mode encryption
      Infrastructure access mode
      Terminal USB 3.0, micro-USB terminal
      Micro-HDMI connector (Type D)
      3.5 mm stereo Mini connector for external microphone
      3.5 mm stereo Mini connector for headphones
      2.5 mm remote release connector
      DC in 15 V connector (compatible with optional AC-15V AC Adapter)
      Hot shoe
      PC sync terminal
      Battery Type NP-T125 rechargeable lithium-ion battery
      Approx. 400 shots per charge
      Startup Time Approx. 0.4 sec.
      Operating Conditions 14-104°F / -10-40°C
      10-80% humidity (no condensation)
      Dimensions 5.8 x 3.7 x 3.6" / 147.5 x 94.2 x 91.4 mm
      Minimum Depth: 1.6" / 41.6 mm
      Weight 2 lb / 920 g (with EVF)
      1.8 lb / 825 g (with battery and memory card)
      1.6 lb / 740 g (body only)
      Packaging Infoabxyexdyvy
      Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.3 x 8.8 x 7.5"
    • FUJIFILM GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR Lens
      Focal Length 63mm
      Maximum Aperture f/2.8
      Minimum Aperture f/32
      Lens Mount FUJIFILM G
      Angle of View 46.9
      Maximum Magnification 0.17x
      Minimum Focus Distance 1.64' / 50 cm
      Optical Design 10 Elements in 8 Groups
      Diaphragm Blades 9
      Focus Type Autofocus
      Image Stabilization None
      Filter Size 62 mm (Front)
      Dimensions ( x L) 3.31 x 2.80" / 84 x 71 mm
      Weight 14.3 oz / 405 g
      Packaging Info
      Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.5 x 6.5 x 5.7"
    • FUJIFILM VG-GFX1 Vertical Battery Grip
      Packaging Info
      Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.8 x 4.9 x 4.1"
    • FUJIFILM NP-T125 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
      Packaging Info
      Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.9 x 2.2 x 1.6"
    • FUJIFILM 62mm Protector Filter
      Filter Type Clear
      Filter Factor 1 (+0-Stop)
      Shape Circle
      Circular Size 62 mm
      Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet 62 mm
      Filter Material Glass
      Ring Material Aluminum
      Coatings Multi-Coating
      Packaging Info
      Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.2 x 3.0 x 0.8"

    FUJIFILM GFX 50S Reviews

    GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera (Body Only) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 21.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Landscape and Astro perfect for me The details I can pull out the sensor is amazing. Coming from Nikon FF the raw edit is incredible. Amazing camera for my landscape and nightscape purposes. But for wedding and events using this as backup camera it is good nothing great, D750 beats it in low light shooting. The EVF on this is terrible at night and lag makes this camera not suitable for events in low light. Attached is the milky way stack I shot using GF110mm lens. This lens and GF45mm are my go to lenses for panorama along with GF23 I'm good for now.
    Date published: 2018-03-27
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Excelent camera, but... The problem I had was related to the EVF. It came defective, not working since day 1. Come on. A c?mera that costs this much should not come with such problem. And worst than that, after contacted the Fujifilm support in Brazil (i’m From Brazil), they told me that I have to send the camera and the EVF to the service center and the estimated time to fix it is about 120 days!!! I have 40 weddings a year and can not afford to work with only 1 camera for 120 days. So I am stuck with a broken EVF using only the LCD display because I can’t even buy an EFV. There isn’t for sale.
    Date published: 2017-12-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brings back the old times. I used a Mamiya RZ67 for more than twenty years to do forensic photography; crime scenes, car crashes, evidence of other types. After film almost disappeared and I retired, I sold the Mamiya equipment, and eventually decided that I wanted to continue with medium format plus Mirrorless for scenery, animals & etc. When I found the Mamiya GFX 50S, I almost instantly decided that, This is It. I have not been disappointed. I especially like the tethered shooting capability and the ability to download the photographs to my laptop as they are shot. The Film Simulation Mode promises additional capabilities. The RZ67 was a great camera in its day; the GFX 50S appears to be even better!
    Date published: 2019-02-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well-suited for the subjects I enjoy shooting I've had the camera and a GF 32-64mm f/4 lens in my possession for several weeks now, and have plenty of good and not much bad to say about shooting with the GFX. I came to Fuji from Canon full-frame, adjusting to the GFX's ergonomics was not immediate - but, for the most part, I find the Fuji's ergonomics and controls to be quite good. Particularly once you've taken the time to assign custom functions to the various buttons to suit your preferences (decoupling AF-on from the shutter button and reassigning it to the rear command dial press being one of my recommendations). If I had to complain, getting your bearings after turning on the camera requires you to take a moment to assess what settings you had in place the last time you used it - and switching to your intended settings may require adjusting multiple dials. I miss having a single top dial that allows for fast and simple switching between aperture/shutter priority, manual, and custom shooting modes (which is something my Canon bodies offered). With the GFX, I primarily find myself shooting in full manual and use the front/rear command dials to adjust shutter speed/aperture/ISO. I don't find the ISO/shutter speed controls on the top plate to be particularly useful, as adjusting them would require taking my eye away from the viewfinder or my hand away from the shutter button - thankfully those controls (along with the aperture rings on the native GF mount lenses) can be locked and assigned to the front/rear command dials. Autofocus - I hardly spend any time with the continuous/servo AF mode enabled, I found that mode to be borderline unusable during my hands-on time with a body using the v1.00 firmware (it was constantly hunting), and I haven't bothered trying it again using the current v1.11 firmware (which is supposedly an improvement). I'm fine with that - I didn't move from DSLR's to medium format for things like continuous AF performance or burst rate - and the AF mode I care about, single shot AF, is more than sufficient, and has proven to be very accurate and reasonably speedy in most lighting conditions. AF points cover nearly the entire frame, can be changed quickly with the joystick or touchscreen, and punching in to check focus is immediate once activated. Overall, the camera feels very responsive, and I have yet to experience any bugs on the v1.11 firmware. The viewfinder is huge, bright, sharp, shimmers a bit when autofocus is engaged and shows moire when focused on fine detail/complex patterns (this moire also appears when using the rear screen in live-view mode). Refresh rate is 60fps in good light and lag is minimal, but the refresh rate does slow down in low-light and/or as you lengthen shutter speeds (the resulting increase in exposure is helpful when using manual focus on a tripod in low light). Some things I love about this camera - the robust build and extensive sealing, dual UHS-II SD slots, the articulating LCD, exposure lengths of up to 60 minutes possible directly in camera, the focus distance and DoF scale shown in the viewfinder/rear display when shooting with native GF lenses (extremely convenient for any tripod work - manually focused nightscapes, landscapes or architecture with ND filters), the built-in dual axis electronic level, the extremely flexible files (dynamic range and detail are both highly impressive), the baked-in film simulation profiles are convenient to have as a base to start editing raws from (I'm partial to Provia and Arcos). Battery life - pretty decent, I've been getting around 400 images per battery, which includes long exposures and plenty of camera on time between exposures. I've had hands-on time with all of the currently available native GF mount lenses, and expect to add the 23mm f/4 and 110mm f/2 to my kit eventually. The 32-64mm f/4 is a great starting point, however, and I'd pick it over the 63mm f/2.8 - other than the somewhat restrictive minimum focus distance, the zoom is easy to recommend, autofocus is speedy and internal (an improvement over the 63mm f/2.8), wide open it's sharp across the frame, has good contrast, bokeh and rendering are almost prime-like, stopped down you get attractive sunstars, flare is handled well and has a pleasing aesthetic.
    Date published: 2017-08-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beast I am a fashion photographer and all i can say is this camera is a beast. Great colours like a film camera. Tilt shift Evf is amazing. Evf is very big and clear. Battery life is nice for me. Front curtain shutter is so silent and helps you to shoot about 1/60 seconds. Lenses are sharp and made very well. Beautiful medium format camera to buy!
    Date published: 2018-05-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mind-bending image quality with some operational quirks What I liked about the GFX: The images this camera generates are simply unbelievable. The high-ISO capabilities and shadow recovery are superb. This has been the first digital camera I've ever used that produced images that reminded me of film - nearly wet/liquid, as if you were looking at a medium format film transparancy on a light table (only with much more depth in the shadows). The Fujifilm GF lenses for this camera are razor sharp edge-to-edge, wide open to stopped down. Jaw-dropping. The size of the body is really nice and small. It's smaller than my Canon full-frame bodies, and I could actually fit it along with two extra lenses in a small MindShift backpack designed for a full-frame mirrorless system. The quirks with this camera: A laggy EVF. This makes a huge difference when trying to get the perfect expression or even just getting the model's eyes open in the shot because what you're shooting isn't exactly the same moment as what you're viewing in the EVF. I had to train myself to keep both eyes open and use my right eye for framing and my left eye to actually watch the scene for the moment or moments to click the shutter. Having used the Leica Q, I was disappointed in the GFX's EVF refresh rate and quality. The default setup for it has bad flicker (seriously Fujifilm?). I found online that I could turn off film-look simulation in the EVF and set the colors to be more neutral and finally I had a usable EVF. The good news is the EVF is removable, meaning if Fuji updates it for the next model, it's likely they will be interchangeable. Maybe Fujifilm will be able to address some of the EVF quirks in a firmware update soon. It is a serious oversight on Fujifilm's part to not include a physical exposure compensation wheel on top. I would give up the unnecessary LCD display on top to get one. Hopefully they will rectify this in the next version. I was happy, though, to find I could set the back wheel to be dedicated to exposure compensation (make sure and update the firmware to the latest version for this to work properly). Battery life is epic. Kudos to Fujifilm for not being shy about putting a car-sized battery in there! My biggest gripe about the GFX system is the longest telephoto coming sounds like it will be 200mm or shorter, which is not near as long as I had hoped for. Hopefully one day they will release something in the 300-400mm range. There are landscape shots I simply cannot get without one.
    Date published: 2017-08-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I wanted Tired of waiting on D850 backorder slips I decided to chuck all of my Nikon digital kit and make a move. I hate a lot of post-processing so Sony was out. Hasselblad was also examined but the limited lenses and enormous expense per lens was a deal killer (I did try out both brands). My goal was to find the absolute best image quality for urban photography, cityscapes and landscapes (I use M43 for other types of photography). Short review - very happy to say goodbye to Nikon after 37 years. Longer review. Positives - Phenomenal, jaw dropping, eye popping image quality. Mission accomplished. - Focus is very good. Not what I expected based on what I saw in online reviews. Even at night it works great. Firmware update? - Sensor can shoot multiformat in camera (6x7, 6x9, 6x24, 1x1, 6x4.5...err... 4x3) and still provide high res images in all formats. - Even the kit zoom is very sharp. Also have the 110 which is the sharpest lens I have ever used. Even against my old Zeiss and Nikon lenses. Kudos to Fujifilm. - What can be recovered in shadows without introducing noise has to be seen to be believed. Negatives - Image stabilization is limited to some lenses (none of which I have bought) which means my tripod is always with me. Since I also shoot Panasonic this is probably more bothersome than it would be for most. - Ergonomics stink. I have to take my eyes off of the viewfinder to find the right dials at time (not everything can be controlled with the wheels). Again - coming from the best ergonomics in the industry with Panasonic probably makes this tougher. Still - Fuji - it is not 1995 any longer. You are free to make your cameras user friendly. I can live with the negatives - especially the ergonomics. Amazing what we can get used to. Images make up for all shortcomings in my book. This camera is really overpriced for most people. Be sure it is a match for the types of photography you do. But if that includes landscapes, cityscapes, urban photography and portraiture you will not find a better tool anywhere.
    Date published: 2018-07-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thats what I was looking for years... I sold my canon 5DSr and lenses I used before for landscape photography and bought GFX and 23mm lens. It's a beast. I love those raw files how they turn out now. Menu buttons are much easier to use compare to Canon. Was easy to set up. In one word I love it!
    Date published: 2017-12-18
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    Can you use with Fuji X lens?

    Can you use with Fuji X lens?
    Asked by: Jean
    I agree with the others: It May be possible to find an adapter that would allow you to physically mount X lenses on the GFX bodies, but those lenses are not designed to project an image across the entire, larger sensor. The more common situis to go the other way by putting legacy medium format lenses on the GFX cameras via adapters.
    Answered by: Anonymous
    Date published: 2019-03-17


    The GFX 50S appears to have a proprietary connector snap to attach the camera strap. Will Fuji offer a standard pin post that will work with the vast majority of after market straps?
    Asked by: David D.
    this is the same strap system that hasselblad uses.
    Answered by: george t.
    Date published: 2018-08-27


    Do we have Video recording specs?
    Asked by: Jiri V.
    Video details are yet to be released. When we know, this product listing on our website will be updated.
    Answered by: Mark S.
    Date published: 2019-02-12


    Is Bit Depth16-bit & Dynamic range 14 stops of Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera ?- Landscape photographer
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Bit depth is 14 bit and 14 stops of dynamic range.
    Answered by: Jacob C.
    Date published: 2018-08-27


    Which LCD protector will fit the GFX 50s? Will the Giottos one for the Canon 1DX that is 3.2 diagonal work?
    Asked by: Peter M.
    Expert Shield makes one now.
    Answered by: James B.
    Date published: 2018-08-27


    Are the lenses distortion free?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    It all depends on the specific lens, but no lenses will be perfect. Wider-angle lenses may tend to have more distortion, in-general, than telephoto lenses.
    Answered by: James B.
    Date published: 2018-08-27


    Which produces more vibration - leaf or focal plane shutter?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    A focal plane shutter will produce more vibration.
    Answered by: James B.
    Date published: 2018-08-27


    50 megapixels but only 1080/30fps video? That doesn't seem right to me considering the competitions video capabilities. Is that correct?
    Asked by: Brandon Rachel T.
    That is correct, this camera will be able to record only up to 1080p at 30fps.
    Answered by: Joseph P.
    Date published: 2018-08-27
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