Fujifilm GFX 50R Mirrorless Medium Format Camera
The Fujifilm GFX 50R is the rangefinder rendition of Fujifilm's SLR-styled GFX 50S medium format Mirrorless camera. It provides a 43.8 x 32.9mm 51.4MP CMOS sensor and uses
the new G-mount lens system, with a crop factor of 0.79x. It utilizes the
identical X-Processor Pro as the GFX 50S and has a 117-point contrast-detect
autofocus system The body is astoundingly smaller and lightweight for a medium
format camera and it features a 3.2" tilting touchscreen and a ultra-high-resolution 3.69M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder with a
magnification of 0.77x. The top plate has dials for shutter speed and exposure
compensation, while 'swipe actions' on the LCD have replaced the four-way controller.
The GFX has the typical Fujifilm Film Simulation modes, in addition to new Color Chrome Effect
option. It's likewise fit for acquiring Full HD video at up to 30p. Not at all like the GFX 50S, the 50R
features built-in in Bluetooth.
At a Photokina that was ruled by mirrorless full-frame cameras that cost a
thousands of dollars, Fujifilm has released something significantly further
advanced, lavish, and headline getting: the 51.4-megapixel GFX 50R, which consolidates a medium
format sensor with a rangefinder-type body.
We appropriately consider full-frame cameras as the top of the line, proficient level of photography adapt, yet there's amazingly, one more
level above them, and that is medium format. Fujifilm's mirrorless GFX camera
system — which debuted at Photokina 2016 with the GFX 50S — is engineered around a sensor that is 70 percent
larger than a full-frame / 35mm format. Starting today, you can purchase a GFX 50S for $5,850, body just, however Fujifilm's
newly unveiled and streamlined GFX 50R will be much less expensive, costing $4,500 when it
becomes available in late November.