Why the Fujifilm GFX Camera System Needs Better Lenses

Why the Fujifilm GFX Camera System Needs Better Lenses

In my previous review of the Fujifilm GFX 50s, I noted that while a pretty good camera system, there isn’t a whole lot that differentiates it from 35mm full frame systems enough to give it more of a competitive edge. Flash sync settings asides for professional photographers, there are some features about the camera that just don’t feel medium format in quality. Granted, Fujifilm isn’t flat out saying that their system is Medium Format; though in truth there isn’t really much else that we can call it if it’s larger than 35mm full frame. I mean, bigger-than-full-frame-smaller-than-645 doesn’t quite roll off the tongue. But a lot of what makes the image quality though isn’t necessarily the sensor, but the lenses. And that’s where the biggest problem is.
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