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Many wedding photographers are eschewing heavy and large DSLR systems for the lighter and more compact mirrorless camera systems from manufacturers like Fujifilm, Sony, Olympus, and Panasonic. When it comes to the DSLR, there are some lenses that seem to be found in the camera bags of every wedding photographer. Let’s look at some lens recommendations for the Fujifilm-equipped wedding photographer.
Jumping right over “full-frame,” Fujifilm has finally lifted all the curtains from its upcoming G Series medium format camera system, more specifically, the GFX 50S Mirrorless Camera and its accompanying lenses and accessories. The significance of this system lies in the use of a large 43.8 x 32.9mm 51.4MP CMOS image sensor, which is roughly 1.7x the area of a standard 35mm sensor.
After updating practically its entire X-series camera line last year, and doing so in a phenomenal way, Fujifilm is moving to more minor changes with the release of the FinePix XP120 tough camera, along with the X-T2 Graphite Silver Edition and X-Pro2 Graphite Edition.
Join us as we talk with two of our most regular and reliable guests about new cameras that were announced in 2016. We hesitate to use the phrase “best” cameras of the year because there a few cameras that we’re not all that crazy about, and a few we can only judge based on their announced specs, but there is plenty to talk about.
Some shooters come to the Fujifilm X-system because of the unique properties of the X-Trans sensors, but many come for the exemplary Fujinon optics. With the core of the X-system lenses already out on the market, Fujifilm has been methodically releasing new lenses, as well as new versions of popular focal lengths for its customers.