The image quality of the Fujifilm GFX50S II is beyond reproach. What it shows at high ISO numbers is absolutely impressive. Even at ISO 25,600 you can still make out individual hairs in portraits. But the Canon EOS R5, which costs 4300 euros, shows that it is on a par even at high sensor sensitivities...
Fujifilm GFX 50S II35 - 70 mm, 51.40 Mpx, Medium format
The pixels of the GFX50S II's large format image sensor are 1.7 times larger than a 35mm sensor and feature a high dynamic range and excellent signal-to-noise ratio. Combined with the powerful X-Processor 4, brilliant image quality is achieved. The images captivate with rich tonal reproduction, low image noise and well-drawn shadows and highlights. In combination with a lens from the GF series, a consistently high resolution over the entire image area and an almost three-dimensional image effect are achieved.
51.4 megapixel large diagonal sensor (55 mm)
Integrated five-axis image stabilisation up to 6.5 EV stops
Foldable 8.1 cm (3.2 inch) touch screen with 2.36 million pixels
Auxiliary display to show shooting information
Full HD video recording
Wi-Fi connectivity and remote control via smartphone
19 film simulation modes (including Nostalgic Negative)
"Pixel Shift Multi-Shot function
900 grams light
51.4-megapixel sensor for brilliant image quality
The FUJIFILM GFX50S II has a 51.4-megapixel image sensor that, when combined with a GF Series lens, offers stunning resolution. The camera has a special sensor design that uses microlenses that have been reshaped and resized to allow for a greater distance between adjacent pixels and thus increased light capture per pixel. This results in an overall increase in image sharpness.
More light per pixel leads to improvements in ISO sensitivity, dynamic range and tone reproduction. Drawing in highlights and shadows is preserved and textures are reproduced with an almost plastic appearance. The specific mood of a scene can thus be captured naturally in the image.
The large-format sensor also enables a very shallow depth of field with attractive background blur. Attention is specifically directed to the desired area of the image.
Multiple film simulations
The GFX50S II offers 19 film simulations, including the new "Nostalgic Negative" image style, which was first available on the GFX100S released in spring 2021. Images captured with this are characterised by high saturation and smooth tonal reproduction. As with the other film simulations, the effects can be assessed in the electronic viewfinder or on the rear display before shooting to adjust them individually if necessary.
Built-in five-axis image stabilisation
The GFX50S II features a five-axis image stabilisation system (IBIS) that provides an advantage of 6.5 EV stops when shooting. This is the highest compensation of any GFX camera to date. A powerful duo of gyrometer and accelerometer responds to even the smallest movements, resulting in precise stabilisation of the image.
FUJIFILM is revolutionising photography with large format cameras. While conventional medium format cameras are usually used on a tripod and require deliberate, careful work, the GFX50S II with its built-in image stabiliser offers superior image quality even when shooting freehand.
|Continuous shooting mode|
f/4.5 - 5.6
|Image sensor format|
Auto, Continuous, Contrast-based, Face recognition
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- Photographers will be pleased with the image quality and resolution, which offers more than enough reserves even for very large prints and prints. The camera is very compact for a medium format camera.
- If you film a lot, you won't be happy with the GFX50S II. It only offers Full HD resolution at 30 frames per second - that's no longer up to date.
Fujifilm's GFX50S II is a very good argument for photographers to switch to medium format. The camera is about the size of a high-end DSLR and costs less than some flagship cameras with full-frame sensors. On the other hand, it offers very good image quality thanks to its large sensor and high resolution, so that the GFX50S Il is well worth considering for wedding and event photographers, beginners...
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