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Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format ISO Sample Photos

Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format ISO Sample Photos  - Take a look at our sample photos captured with the Fujifilm GFX 50S mirrorless medium format camera with its huge 51.4Mp sensor.

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Fujifilm GFX 50S in Digital Backs

1/60 sec | f/4.8 | 40.0 mm | ISO 3600
 

ePHOTOzine has full-size sample photos captured with a full production version of the 51.4Mp Fujifilm GFX 50s mirrorless medium format camera to share with you. 

Fujifilm GFX 50S ISO test images

Fujifilm GFX 50S White-balance test images

Fujifilm GFX 50S Lens test images

Please note, that the full size JPEG images are 25+ MB in size, and the original raw files are 111+ MB in size!

We first got our hands on the GFX 50s at Photokina so do take a look at our hands-on preview to find out what Joshua Waller, ePHOTOzine's Technical Editor, thinks of the mirrorless medium format camera. 

As for pricing and availability, the Fujifilm GFX 50s will be available on 23 February 2017 with an RRP of £7600 (with lens). 

 

The foloowing photos aren't final samples, they're pre-production*, but they're a good indication of what this new medium format camera is capable of. 

Fujifilm GFX 50S Sample Photos

 

*Fujifilm GFX 50S sample photos are pre-production and not final samples and as a result, they may not be representative of final image quality.

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device 2 Russian Federation
25 Jan 2017 10:25AM
It's crop, medformat crop. Huge is the IQ3 100MP sensor of Phase One, not 50MP of FujiFilm. Even small format Canon has 50MP now. It's not a surprise.
The last real innovative and worth thing by FujiFilm was it's SuperCCD sensor. They should have made fullframe midformat SLR with that - then it would be a camera.
And this.... Sorry, my Kodak ProBack DCS645M still make better picture than this CMOS crop.

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25 Jan 2017 4:30PM
I'm not as fussy as the previous poster.

This seems like a great camera.

The versatility will sell it.

ps I'm willing to accept the previous posters comments if they posted some samples with a price comparison.
device 2 Russian Federation
25 Jan 2017 4:45PM
А что на Туманном Альбионе интернет работает медленнее, чем в Сибири, и самому не судьба убедиться, что АйКью Третий задник дороже чем вся кроп-система от ФудзиФилм вместе взятая (включая запасные крышечки ко всем объективамWink и что Мамию 645 АФД с задником Кодак ПроБэк 645 и небольшим парком ручных 645-х стёкол от Мамии можно, при желании, купить много дешевле, чем восемь килофунтов и, даже на пару-тройку пинт хорошего эля ещё останется )
Да, спасибо, что во множественном числе к моей скромной персоне. Мелочь, а приятно )

Ну, а камера, да, просто отличная... от других ))) Я лучше подкоплю на ФазуОдин с хотя бы АйКью 180-м задником )
Успехов в труде и взвешенного экспозамера, коллега ! )
JackAllTog Plus
8 4.9k 58 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2017 11:45AM
Loving these samples

That action shot at 125th Sec seems to have frozen movement - is movement freezing better worth bigger sensors - or was this movement frozen by flash?
joshwa Plus
7 826 United Kingdom
17 Feb 2017 11:50AM
Thanks, frozen by flash
14 Apr 2017 8:32PM
This looks to be a real game changer. IQ looks superb, certainly better than the 50mp Canon. Bring it on Fuji.
ChrisV Plus
11 2.0k 26 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2017 10:58AM
I thought this looked promising [although way out of my price league]. But another site did a blind test with some other high megapixel 35mm format cameras. Once you factor in faster glass and or/the additional stop the D810 allows at ISO64, the total amount of light gathered [at least for the time being], is equalled or bettered by the smaller format. The results of the test being that the Nikon at least matches the Fuji in terms of what people preferred or perceived as 'best'.

It's good to see Fuji taking this bold step, but I think people would be well cautioned to think twice about what actual advantage the larger format gave them in this case - at least in the here and now. It doesn't look like there's a roadmap for faster lenses in the foreseeable future, either.
JackAllTog Plus
8 4.9k 58 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2017 1:50PM
Hi Chris, I'm seeing the larger format here predominately giving me more subject separation and rich smooth colours that seemed to infer a better 3D look to the sample images I've seen. I love low light performance sensors too and personally would compare this to a 6D sensor as that is all i know. Yep out my league too Sad
ChrisV Plus
11 2.0k 26 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2017 12:06PM

Quote:Hi Chris, I'm seeing the larger format here predominately giving me more subject separation and rich smooth colours that seemed to infer a better 3D look to the sample images I've seen. I love low light performance sensors too and personally would compare this to a 6D sensor as that is all i know. Yep out my league too Sad


Trouble is Jack it won't give you more subject separation unless you have lenses that have equivalence to the f1.2s and such that you can get for 35mm format. It may well be 'enough'. but it's not as much, let alone more. As for 'rich smooth colours' and '3D look', there used to be that argument for the medium formats when they used CCD sensors supposedly giving finer gradation along with more DR. Now they're CMOS based, the high ISO performance has gone up, but the essential character of the output is arguably no different to other formats and the DR is [iirc] outdone by the D810 at ISO64.

I note today however that Fuji have announced a 110mm [87mm equ. for 35mm] @f2 - which is by far the fastest they've touted so far. It won't match an f1.2 for light gathering or subject isolation, but it will come a lot closer. You do of course pay a fair amount for the privilege [going on 3k] and of course there's a fair bit of heft to the lenses.

The first time I saw these images I did think 'wow', but actually I wonder if that impression is more subjective than anything else? Those blind tests seem to suggest as much.
8 May 2017 8:41PM
it is quite a good review, and the samples are the proof.
thanks

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