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GEAR TALK DETOX: Fujifilm GFX Monochrome Edition with Valentino Rossi and More

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Gear Talk Detox

The next few weeks will be gear talk at its highest power, here on FujiRumors.

The reason?

The massive Fujifilm GFX100 announcement on May 23!

So I thought that, before we dive into specs, pixel peeping, 400% magnifications and all the rest, we take one last deep breath into the art of photography by sharing some of the most voted images.

The only problem?

Our massive 21,000+ members strong Fujifilm GFX facebook group is very prolific and shares tons of images.

In order to make it easier for you digest, I decided to focus this part of the image roundup on monochrome images, and there will be another one later on in colors.

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Let’s Start (click to see the images)

Erik Lundqvist
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GFX50S and the GF250MM

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Jonas Rask
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-Off the wall – GFX50R | Canon 40mm f/2.8

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손효근
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gfx50s 23mm

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Babar Swaleheen
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GFX 50R with 45mm f/2.8 Prime

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Haryanto R Devcom
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Mt.Bromo
Gfx50s GF32-64mm

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Roy Genggam
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Branimir Kralj
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Portrait Fujifilm GFX50S + 120mm

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Robert P. McGlon
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50s 63mm

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MarcKus Milo
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GFX50S 63mm f4 ISO 400

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Ivan Joshua Loh
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Burj KhalifaGFX50S + GF45mm

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John Leathwick
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I had the opportunity to try out a GF 250 on my 50R over the weekend. I was very impressed with its capability for landscape – it would have to be one of the sharpest lenses I’ve ever shot with

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Timothy Poulton
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YOSEMITE IN WINTERVisit during the park’s quietest season for unforgettable snowy beauty.With its iconic granite domes and spires etched in snow, and a hushed beauty that’s both intimate and wild, Yosemite National Park makes a magical—and surprisingly accessible—winter getaway. And with crowds a distant summer memory, you can relax and take time to enjoy the snowy finery

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