Fujifilm GFX :: Impressive Backlit Dynamic Range, Crazy Sharpness and Fabulous Bokeh + Manager Says it Has Two X-Processor PRO!

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DUAL X-PROCESSOR PRO?

The General Manager for Fujifilm UK, Theo Georghiadesis says at camerajabber (starts 3:21 – video here):

The GFX has the same processor as the X-T2 and X-Pro2, actually it has got two of those processors, which makes it more powerful and much more responsive in terms of focussing compared to other medium format cameras.”

UPDATE: Some of you think Theo was refering to the fact that it has a dual core processor. This applies also to the X-T2 and X-Pro2. But as Theo said in his sentence, he really seems to indicate that the GFX, as opposed to the X-T2, has 2 X-Processor Pros”

DYNAMIC RANGE + SUPER SHARP + FABULOUS BOKEH + 3D POP

Here are two more samples shared at the GFX facebook group, showing the impressive sharpness of the GFX and it’s dynamic range capability:

GFX + 63mm f2.8 @ISO 400 – Dynamic Range Backlit – shared by Thorsten Rother hereInstagram

To me, that’s Impressive!

GFX + 120mm, JPEG – all settings to “0” – Crop Below shared by Tom Museeuw here. Comment by Damien Lovegrove at the Facbeook Group – “Fabulous bokeh”

Crop of the image above – JPEG, all settings to “0” – shared by Tom Museeuw here

3D POP: GFX + 63 shared by Adrian Murray here

 

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