Fujifilm has further evolved the 51.4 megapixel GFX 50R, which combines a medium size sensor and a range finder, and announced it as an attractive and attractive solution.
We are convinced that full frame cameras constitute high end and professional level photographic equipment, but there is another step and average format. Fujifilm's mirrorless GFX camera system debuted with GFX 50S at Photokina 2016. It is built around the sensor 70% Full frame format / larger than 35 mm. So far, the GFX 50S can be purchased for $ 5,850, but the newly announced rationalized GFX 50R will significantly lower the cost of $ 4,500 when launched in late November.
Fujifilm reduced the middle range archer to the most portable type by eliminating fake penta prism protrusions that housed a generous size electronic finder of the 1950's. The new 50R still has OLED EVF, the body is still waterproof, but now it is lighter than 145 g (5.1 ounce). The thickness of the camera has been reduced by 1 inch compared to its predecessor. It is necessary to sacrifice monochrome LCD display at the top. This trade-off is obvious. Small and uncomfortable orders are the price you pay for much smaller dimensions.
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Fujifilm 's GFX 50R puts a medium format sensor on a range finder style body
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