I'm a big fan of Fuji's Film Simulations, so I've tried to give you a good assortment in this initial piece as well. PropertyRoom disclaims, on its own behalf and, when acting as an agent, on behalf of its principal, all warranties of any kind, whether express or implied, and specifically disclaims any implied warranties of title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement. The GFX 50S is a complex shape, which some have described as unattractive.
Designed like a rangefinder, the electronic viewfinder is located in the top left corner of the camera rather than on top. The difference in overall size with respect to depth is considerable, with the GFX 50R having a maximum depth of 2.
Considering other dimensions, if you compare to the GFX 50S with its electronic viewfinder attached, the camera is 5. The GFX 50R is wider at 6. If you remove the electronic viewfinder of the GFX 50S, it's 3. Returning to the electronic viewfinder, the GFX 50R has a 0.
This is lower magnification than the GFX 50S, which offers 0. Both cameras' EVFs have 3. The GFX 50R also offers two degrees less angle of view 38 versus Similarly, the rear touchscreen LCD has basically the same technology.
The GFX 50R has a 3. As for the ruggedness of the GFX 50R, it is weather-sealed in 64 locations. It is designed to be weather- and dust-resistant, plus it can be operated in temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit degrees Celsius. The camera is built using a magnesium alloy body and its two top dials are constructed of milled aluminum. In some ways, particularly with respect to depth, it is considerably smaller. The sensor is not a "full-size" medium format sensor, but is instead With that said, the image quality from the GFX 50S has proven to be very impressive in our laboratory and real-world testing, so we can expect much of the same from the GFX 50R.
To that end, we find the same Fujifilm Film Simulation modes: Std, Black and White standard, yellow, red and green filters , Sepia and Acros standard, yellow, red and green filters. Similarly, you will also find identical crop modes on the GFX 50R, including: Digging further into the nitty-gritty details of the image sensor, it offers a pixel pitch of about 5.
The sensor is also self-cleaning via ultrasonic vibration. The camera offers face and eye-detect autofocus, including left versus right eye priority and has subject tracking continuous autofocus. The camera can shoot images at up to 3 frames per second and has an uncompressed RAW buffer depth of 8 frames or 13 frames if you are using lossless compressed RAW file quality.
It is worth pointing out that we got better RAW buffer depths for the 50S in the lab with the same continuous mode specs, so it will be interesting to see how the 50R fares in this respect. The available metering modes include Multi, Spot, Average and Center-weighted, with the spot metering mode being tied to the active autofocus point. The camera can also record p video which also tops out at The GFX 50R opts for a combined 2. The GFX 50R includes a Li-ion NP-T battery, battery charger BC-T , plug adapter, body cap, strap clip, protective cover, clip attaching tool, shoulder strap, cable protector, hot shoe cover, sync terminal cover and owner's manual.
Where the two cameras differ the most is in terms of their design and appearance. Some people may prefer the look of the 50S, but we suspect most will consider the 50R a more attractive-looking camera. Looks are only part of the equation. The 50R has lower viewfinder magnification, doesn't have as many physical controls as the 50S, lacks a top status display and its rear touchscreen tilts in two directions rather than the three directions offered by the 50S' rear display.
Further, the 50S can take a vertical battery grip to improve ergonomics for portrait orientation shooting and greatly improve the battery life, an option the 50R does not appear to offer. The GFX 50S also has directional navigation buttons, which can be assigned to be different function buttons. The GFX 50R uses the sub-selector focus point joystick for menu navigation and also moves the menu and playback buttons from the top of the display to the right side.
GFX 50R vs Z7. GFX 50R vs A9. GFX 50R vs Z6. GFX 50R vs M GFX 50R vs A7. Navigate Review Jump to review page Basic Specifications Full model name: The dynamic range afforded by a sensor as large as the one housed in the 50R can help tame even harsh summer sun in the Southeastern U.
This shot with a smartphone or even a camera with a much smaller sensor would most certainly show blown out faces and a severely overblown sky lacking much detail.
This is shot in my boring little back yard, and that's the beauty of a camera like this. The otherwise boring can quickly become sublime. This little local garden scene is heavily transformed by the Acros simulation, and I'm glad they added it to the arsenal a few years ago, as it imparts a lot of natural depth and texture to the right subject matter. I use Pro Neg Standard more than any other film simulation, more or less a "go-to" for me in the Fujifilm world, as it simply has a timeless quality for portraits and such.
It removes "digital sterility" for me before I even need to touch the images. It's nice to have in Film Simulation bracketing, as you can also include less dramatic simulations to have after the fact.
For a more subdued look, and yet still having a lot of presence, Classic Chrome brings a far different feel to the natural world, and other subject matter. I have also used it successfully on portraits before.
Similar to the image of the fall foliage earlier in this piece, the combination of the 50R and Velvia can yield an otherworldly beauty to what would otherwise seem normal or ordinary. The image above is already cropped in to a degree, while the lower crop is at 1: One more example of the image quality while zoomed all the way into the image. These are the type of shots that the GFX 50R lends itself to with aplomb.
With most cameras, and virtually all smartphones, that bright Georgia sky would be completely blown out and unusable. The camera itself turns heads! Buy one and you'll see Leica SL Typ Leica M-D Typ Light Beige - Pleated. This item will ship separately and cannot be combined with other orders. Please carefully review our shipping and returns policy before committing to a bid. Auction winners are responsible for paying the winning bid amount plus shipping and handling.
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