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Fujifilm GFX 50R Sample Photos

We've started writing our review of the Fujifilm GFX 50R, but thought you might like to see some full-size sample photos straight away.

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GFX 50R
The Fujifilm GFX 50R is the most affordable new medium format digital camera released, priced at £3999 body only. We've been shooting the the GFX 50R as part of our review, and while we're writing the review, we thought you might want to have a look at sample photos we've taken with the camera. We'll be added more photos as we take them.

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Fujifilm GFX 50R Lens test images

 

Fujifilm GFX 50R ISO test images

You can compare these ISO test images with other high resolution cameras, such as the 50mp Canon EOS 5DS R, the Pentax 645Z, the 45.7mp Nikon Z7, and Nikon D850, and the 42mp Sony Alpha A7R Mark III. You can also compare the images, with the GFX 50S

 

Fujifilm GFX 50R White-balance test images

You can compare these white balance test images with other high resolution cameras, such as the 50mp Canon EOS 5DS R, the Pentax 645Z, the 45.7mp Nikon Z7, and Nikon D850, and the 42mp Sony Alpha A7R Mark III. You can also compare the images, with the GFX 50S

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Photographs taken using the Fujifilm GFX 50R

Dreams Fade..Just a Shadow.....The Forbidden PlanetLove in the Distance...TRISTEZA….The Old Man and the Cat..Burn Pink..Beauty in Decay...Amongst the RuinMemories of LossThe Sparrow on the StairsMemories of Blue

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Comments


sherlob Plus
16 3.3k 133 United Kingdom
9 Feb 2019 10:11AM
As to be expected with the resolution of the sensor - wonderfully detailed, but totally unforgiving in terms of technique.
Niknut Plus
12 3.3k 82 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2019 4:57PM
Very impressive image quality !!.....but £4000 ??.....puts it beyond my finances, but
I don't think my computer would handle the file sizes anyway ??...no worries there then !.BlushBlush
RobboB Plus
15 133 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2019 8:48AM
I took the plunge and traded in my Canon 5DSR and lenses to get this with the 23mm and 32-64mm. Although the lenses in particular are very expensive (although see below) I have been so pleased with the results. Fuji talk about images having a 3D quality. I took that as marketing hype but the RAW files are very special to work with and they do have an unmistakable quality that I have not experienced before, even though my Canon was the same number of pixels.

A new angle for me has been getting into some legacy lenses which I have not done before. Even Fuji talk about this as a great option as there are so many great lenses out there. I bought one of those FotodioX adapters and got a Mamiya 645 150mm f3.5 for £50 from the West Yorkshire Camera Co. The Fuji 120mm is £2500 but the Mamiya is superb. I know its only manual focus and the GFX lens I know will be world class but even so, a saving of £2450! I now have an 80mm macro on the way for £125.
chrigra 9 3
13 Feb 2019 12:26PM
A stupid toy with oversized sensor and undersized grip.
A that price I get a real professional camera.

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