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Jul 09, 2019 14:36 |  #10396

Took the GFX100s out on the Dublin streets again today, with the 45mm this time. Can't get over this thing, it's simple stunning to work/shoot with. The whole thing ( & yea I know I'm biased) just feels right in my hands. I mean hand holding a 102 megapixel medium format camera with a 1/80 shutter and pin sharp results. Nuts. I'll post a few shots up here over the next few days, a bit busy right now...


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Jul 10, 2019 11:14 |  #10398

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Took the GFX100s out on the Dublin streets again today, with the 45mm this time. Can't get over this thing, it's simple stunning to work/shoot with. The whole thing ( & yea I know I'm biased) just feels right in my hands. I mean hand holding a 102 megapixel medium format camera with a 1/80 shutter and pin sharp results. Nuts. I'll post a few shots up here over the next few days, a bit busy right now...


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Kim, this image looks great on an ips panel.

This is where we must truly determine our needs when it comes to print output or type of photography. The infrequent need for high megapixel would not be cost effective for a business wise photographer shooting a high percentage of events. The more I observe client's perception of a "great image" they probably couldn't tell the difference from a Canon 5dsR, Nikon D850 or Sony A7R3. The fanboyism to brand preference rather than agnostic approach in tools is also a personal factor.

The youtube video I posted that you chose to ignore watching is quite a test in a controlled situation. As photographers, we will look at our work and be critical. Throw our images on a scrutinizing website and a micro 4/3 shooter can say that they can virtually replicate a GFX50. This would be rather shocking to hear that kind of comment and be an ego buster for a "better sensor" body. However a "client's" perception would probably have a hard time noticing the difference in some cases.


I just had a great discussion with my friend that operates and manages one of the local camera shops. He still says the GFX100S are not selling (pre order) like mad as stats are indicating. Oddly the stats are indicating the GFX100 are out of stock. Is this the tactic like many where Fuji is slow to output out of the manufacturing department to stimulate supply/demand even more?

I think many camera's these days are incredibly sharp. The GFX100 is not really targeting the Fuji aps-c shooter due to cost and size of body and incompatible lens lineup(obvious). Fuji is quite an innovative company that is really putting thought into their products. Smart Fuji is trying to dominate budget minded photographers that need high mega pixel bodies for their scope of work and of course for deep pocket hobbyist. A company investment the GFX100 is probably a budget score of the century for price point and performance.

Unlikely, but if Fuji would produce a "little brother" 50MP GFX body with same performance that would almost be a bridge for aps-c shooter wanting a different tier camera system similar to the xt3.

Looking forward in seeing more photos with the GFX100!!


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Jul 10, 2019 14:58 |  #10399

Thanks Alan, look great on my 5K P3 panel too :)

Yep, I've never been one to complain about one camera not being able to do what another can - for the most part. Just, as you know, I have a need for some pretty big images from time to time & having a camera as handy to operate as the GFX100s is make's me stop and think. It's really a lovely experience to shoot with, much easier going than the 100mp. Just feels good in my hands and great when I have to pace it up with a few lenses, it's tiny in comparison.
A couple off weeks later ( I had the camera pre launch ) and I'm still in awe of it, shooting it again and only feels better. It's gone back too Fuji again as I was asked to go shoot something a few days ago and took it out on the street for a bit. It will be a while before I get my hands on one but I have a handful of shots I'll post up here as time allows. For cost reasons a 50mp sensor would be nice but the main advantages is that PDAF and true 16bit files (OK also the IBIS), and two of those simply can't make it with the old sensor, either way a new sensor would be needed so might as well big up the pixels for those of us how have the need. I did work up an image from the 50r a few days for a friend who was on a tight deadline and traveling so not much time to do it himself - nothing wrong with that sensor either despite it's age so if you sent need the 11924x8866 pixels of resolution, the IBIS, the WR, the PDAF, the soft shutter button and sound etc.. the GFX50r a great option to get into medium format at a budget.


No idea of sales orders, can't imaging they will be huge as no medium format camera is but probably a lot more than any Hassy or Pentax (or Phase either I guess). The only point is Fuji are happy with the pre oder number so a second batch will continue. For me it's at least a five year camera if I buy my own one that is but that is not going to happen this year.


Have to go shoot some video tomorrow and leaving the Fony's at home. Just going to shoot with a couple of X-T3's and a couple of small mics plus the Rode Go transmitters. A few static interview/sound bites and then it'll be all gimbal work, leaving my glidecam sled at home (probably) as I need to up the use of the gimbal a bit more. Thinking of using HLG in DCI 4K 25fps (Europe speak for 24fps), from what I've tested the HLG looks amazing much nicer than F-Log (or S-Log) and just as tone-able too. I'm not having to edit (thankfully) so might have to drop back out of h.265 10bit 422 but hopefully not.

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Jul 10, 2019 15:06 |  #10400

Speaking of pixel peeping with a view to print large here's a screen shot of another image I did with the GFX100s I'll post the photo soon - I haven't added any sharpening just whatever C1 has as the base setting...


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Jul 11, 2019 10:41 as a reply to  @ Two Hot Shoes's post |  #10401

Agree and yet you will see folks on some forums saying that it is a tripod camera. They say same things about GFX50s. I only shoot hand held and I have shaky hands. I am surprised by sharpness at 1/125 with that 110mm f2, specially when using strobes.


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Jul 11, 2019 16:19 as a reply to  @ bobbyz's post |  #10402

Well you know those people have no experience when that talk like that. The GFX is not a tripod only camera


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Jul 11, 2019 20:53 |  #10403

Heavily cropped from 50-140 with 1.4 extender...

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Jul 12, 2019 12:56 |  #10405

First time shooing with Fuji’s new HLG video setting. Really nice look to it. This is out of camera DCI 4K/25 10bit 4:2:0 h.265
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Jul 12, 2019 16:27 |  #10406

New addition to the house,

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Jul 12, 2019 19:17 |  #10407

Congrats Martin.


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Jul 12, 2019 21:06 |  #10408

Congrats man!


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Jul 13, 2019 09:21 |  #10410

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