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The Fujifilm GFX Travels The World… and Gives Us Stunning Images to Enjoy!

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Vassilis Pitoulis at Tana – La Ribaudière.
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Walking on the Baobab avenue
Shooting with Zarina Isakhan Madagascar
GFX 50s

Fujifilm GFX Image Roundup

Hold on! Don’t say “Yet another GFX article” :) You can skip it if you want, and read the other two articles shared today, that are not (or not exclusively) GFX centric, like the X-E3 rumor here or the miXed zone here.

This post is just here to enjoy a tiny fraction out of the terrific amount of images shared over at our 11,000+ members strong GFX facebook group from all around the world. And the fact that they have been taken with GFX, is just secondary, compared to the beauty of the shots.

There is talent in the group, and I have the pleasure to share it with you :). So today, let’s see Madagascar, Italy, Russia and more through the eye of the GFX (also with a lot of adapted lenses)

Believe me, it costs me a ton of time to make these “image roundups”. But I am highly motivated to invest this time into it, because I know you guys appreciate that your images get the maximum visibility here on FujiRumors, and also because it’s a welcome break from the usual huge news/rumors stream here on FR.

But images are just one thing. The 11,000+ members of the group are also extremely helpful, ready to give you advice and feedback. You don’t believe me? Well, then you better join and check it out by yourself ;)

Also, feel free to follow the Fujifilm GFX facebook page for 100% GFX news and rumors.

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Stuart Mccann
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Manarola, Cinque Terre using 32-63mm. Love the GFX for long exposure landscapes. Detail, rendering and overall image quality superb and a joy to use with no need for intervalometer!!

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Alvah Reida
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Here’s one more closeup image from yesterday’s shoot. I shot backlit with nothing good behind me acting as a reflector. The light is pretty gray and dirty this time of year with everything dead and cold haha. The Fuji handled it very nicely. Nikon 58mm 1.4G shot nearly wide open or stopped down to f1.8 or f2 (you can’t tell with the adapter)

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Philippe Corinne Wenger
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Tested the Canon 50mm @1.2 and the TSE90mm yesterday with the kids.

50 @1.2 has lots of vignetting, can be corrected to a certain point. It’s very dreamy and soft at 1.2 but I like that on some occasions. Quite hard to focus because it’s soft anyways :)

The 90mm TS @2.8 is amazing. No vignetting, sharp, easy to focus.

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Matthias Leberle
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i heard you like 63mm kit lens

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Damien Lovegrove shared here
GFX with 32-64mm lens at 32mm. 1/125th, f/4 and 160 ISO. Lit with Godox AD200, triggered with TX1n

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Mike Hamel
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I took my #fuji #gfx on a little walk through #moscow at night … #redsquare #metro #kremlin

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Andy King
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An engagement photoshoot in Tokyo. Fujifilm GFX50S with 85/1.4, 24/3.5 and 55/2.8TS. Review of GFX coming soon on www.akpo.ca

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陈延瀚
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GF63 – Need air conditioning?

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Piet Van den Eynde
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FUJIFILM GFX 50S | GF32-64mmF4 R WR @ 32 mm | 1/4000 @ f/5.6 | ISO 6400

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Austin Trenholm
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Voigt 58 1.4 and Zeiss 85 1.4

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Mike Leung
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I recently got 4 Kipon GFX adapters – Mamiya 645, Leica M, Pentax PK, Minolta MD. I tested some of the lenses yesterday.
I’m very satisfied with Mamiya Sekor C 80mm f/1.9. It gives very pleasing bokeh. The bubbles flying around become donut rings

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Wirawan Sanjaya shared here

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