Fuji GFX Field Test: The mirrorless medium-format camera takes on the landscapes of Maine


posted Thursday, April 6, 2017 at 4:00 PM EDT

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When Fujifilm announced the Fuji GFX, landscape photographers were excited by the prospect of a mirrorless camera that could deliver medium-format image quality in a camera body no bigger than a full-frame DSLR camera. I have been working with the Fuji GFX and GF 32-64mm f/4 lens in Maine and putting it through its paces not only as an overall camera but also specifically as a tool for landscape photography. I also have had the chance to test out the tilt adapter for the electronic viewfinder and the optional battery grip.

The GFX 50S has proven to be a very capable camera that offers excellent image quality. However, no camera is perfect, and the GFX is no different, exposing a few shortcomings during real-world use. Its body is well-designed and functional, and the 50-megapixel medium-format sensor is sublime, but autofocus struggles in low light and the camera is not built for fast continuous shooting. To read more about the Fuji GFX 50S, read my Fuji GFX Field Test and for more information on the camera, see our Fuji GFX Review

Fujinon GF 32-64mm f/4 R LM WR at 46.5mm (37mm equivalent), f/16, 30s, ISO 100. This image has been modified.

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