The GFX 50S is the Fujifilm’s pride in the Medium Format world. With 50 megapixels, outstanding image quality and a range of lenses, both zooms and primes with great optics, this camera is aimed for the professional work, where resolution and high dynamic range are a must-have in photography.
As the Kaizen philosophy applies to the GFX 50S camera as well, the latest firmware updates brings 2 important features. The first one allows you to capture up to 999 frames at a specified focus shift, a great feature for focus stacking. The second one enables the camera to use a limited part of its sensor surface, equivalent to a 24 x 36 mm sensor, generating 30 MP files, in both JPEG and RAW format. This is a great way to use the camera in combination with Full-Frame lenses, via the proper adapter.
You can find Fujifilm’s complete description of the firmware update version 3.00 in the link below:
Curated by Sebastian Boatca