I just experienced Fujifilm's new medium size mirrorless camera GFX 50R for the first time.The GX 50 R is in a big studio camera but it seems like a little game portable shooting. My first impression is that it is both. According to the expansion standard of medium size camera, 50R is slim and compact, it can be said that it is 1 inch smaller than the brother of GFX 50S, but still another camera category adopting Fujifilm's unique telemetry method such as X I stayed – E 3 or X – Pro 2. That's why it's huge for rangefinders and small on medium-sized shooting games. Fujifilm insists that 50R was designed for mobile such as mobile, road, wedding ceremony, documentary photography and so on.
The best analogy I can offer to the 50R is to resemble Fujifilm's X-Pro2. The body and control of the camera quickly reminded me of Pro 2, but I remembered a larger weight on a larger scale. Still, that is a constant contradiction of 50R. I feel she is lighter than her size. So I think that pictures do justice for their weight rather than their volumes.
Compared to 50S, the 50R loses a generous but enormous electronic finder in the center of the camera and replaces with a smaller, more integrated viewfinder on the left side of the body. Although it is useless, there is no way around it, but the EVF of the new camera is still very good and FUJIFILM can greatly reduce the depth of the camera. 50R is certainly packed in a bag and can fit in the space 50S could not find so far. In addition, the 50S handle provides more comfortable and comfortable grip, and there is a nice LCD monitor on the top showing the outline of shooting settings. My big part is still partly in the design of the previous camera, but it is suitable for larger dimensions …
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