Portraits with GFX 50S and Sigma lenses

The mighty Fujifilm GFX 50S offers perfect-like image quality which translates into incredible dynamic range, great resolution, sharpness and wonderful control over the depth of field. There are already some very remarkable lenses for the G mount, both primes and zooms, but with the help of an adapter from TechArt, […]

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Why I don’t need full frame

Here it is, the thousandth blog post about someone switching to Fujifilm. I know it’s boring so I’ll be brief. All I want really is just to explain you why I’ve decided to switch and why you are going to find a lot of Fujifilm contents on this blog going […]

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Fuji GFX for street photography

  Although Fujifilm GFX 50S is quite compact, in the world of medium format digital cameras, it is still big and heavy. With a weight so close to 1 kg (body only), many photographers would think that this is not the ideal setup for street photography. Even the big X-H1 […]

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Fujifilm GFX 50S for Landscape Photography

  The Fujifilm GFX 50S really is a game changer for Fuji. A medium format mirrorless camera, it combines the company’s heritage of classic medium format film cameras like the G690, GS645 and G617 with their retro mirrorless digital X Series. It’s a fascinating combination and it makes sense for […]

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The Joy of X – GFX

I don’t really do excitement over cameras, they are just there to do a job. I don’t really go in for camera porn, unboxing videos or any such nonsense, frankly it bores me. Also before I go any further I will say that I do work very closely with Fujifilm, […]

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