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Fujifilm GFX100 Reviews: Gorgeous Dynamic Range that Rivals Phase One, Drone Fly, On the Road and (Much) More

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Fujifilm GFX100

Time for a major Fujifilm GFX100 roundup below:

Ted Forbes Review

Ted Forbes form The Art of Photography tested the Fujifilm GFX100 for a few weeks. Here are his findings:

  • the Fujifilm GFX100 is a big camera
  • there are two fans inside the Fujifilm GFX100
  • Fujifilm GFX100 has features you don’t see in any other medium format camera
  • IBIS, AF Speed, 4K video
  • most exciting thing is the sensor, with 16bit RAW and the image quality “won me over”
  • fantastic shadow recovery with very little to no noise
  • pretty impressive IBIS
  • one of the favorite sensors he has ever shot on
  • some of the most gorgeous dynamic range of any sensor he has ever used, it rivals Phase One (and he worked with Phase One cameras)
  • when he exposed for highlights, he still got shadow details and nice tones, whereas on other sensors it would swallow all the darker areas to black
  • stunning resolution, rivals much more expensive Phase One cameras
  • medium format historically were specialty cameras for niche Pro photographers
  • Fujifilm and Hasselblad have interrupt that

Fujifilm GFX 100: B&H Photo, AmazonUS, Adorama, Focuscamera

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Philipp Bloom: “It [the video below] was filmed with the Fujiflm GFX100 which I borrowed from Fuji UK for the trip. The film is about half handheld and half locked down tripod shots. No fancy pieces of gear. 99% was shot with the 45mm F2.8 and the 110mm F2, with variable NDs from Polar Pro. I did use the 23mm on a couple of cars shots but that was it. The camera was amazing. I loved everything about it. Maybe not the HD 60p as that wasn’t very good, but the 4K image is just beautiful. It was all either shot with the Eterna profile or in F-Log and the Eterna LUT. All was modified with additional colour work in Premiere.”

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