Fujifilm’s GFX line of medium format mirrorless cameras rewrote medium format’s role in the industry, taking it from a niche tool used by a few studios and rental houses and making it a viable alternative to full frame bodies, particularly for landscape, wedding, and portrait photographers. If you are curious about the camera for landscape work, check out this great video review that discusses the performance and image quality you can expect from it in practice.
Coming to you from Andy Mumford, this excellent video review takes a look at the Fujifilm GFX 100S medium format mirrorless camera for landscape photography. The GFX 100S is undoubtedly one of the most intriguing cameras available at the moment. The original model, the GFX 100, offered a 102-megapixel medium format sensor in tandem with advanced features and capabilities normally only found in cameras with smaller sensors. What makes the GFX 100S all the more intriguing is that it keeps all the features of the GFX 100 except for the built-in grip and cuts the price almost in half, bringing it in line with the upper levels of full frame cameras. Couple that with excellent dynamic range and color rendition, and it is quite the great option for landscape photographers. Check out the video above for Mumford’s full thoughts.