Got myself a GFX!

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  1. Lord Commander

    Lord Commander Servant of the light Supporting Member

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    Well, I couldn't help myself. Poor bank account...

    GFX 50r 120mm f4

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    I only just received it so if anyone's got questions I might not be able to help yet. Hopefully the weekend will have decent weather!


     
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    Jeff15 TPF junkie!

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    Very nice.....
     
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    Oh myyyyyy...it's an amazingly versatile machine. I was a member of the Facebook group when it first camera out, and I saw months' worth of excellent work done with the GFX, using both native lenses, and adapted lenses. The GFX works splendidly with MANY 35mm legacy film lenses! Really,really great images from 35mm lenses; the sensor is not "so huge", and so the circle of coverage with many legacy lenses is sufficient to cover the sensor.
     
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    Lord Commander Servant of the light Supporting Member

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    Here's some photos with the 120mm!


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    Lord Commander Servant of the light Supporting Member

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    zulu42 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Great looking images.

    I really like the shot of the GFX on the desk. It's a great product shot!
     
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    Tropicalmemories No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very nice! How are you finding the size and weight compared to the X-T2? Big difference, or do you get used to it?
     
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    Lord Commander Servant of the light Supporting Member

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    There's a big difference for sure. I don't necessarily mind the size in hand, but the size and weight can definitely be a problem if you plan to carry a lot of lenses with you in a backpack. So far I have the 32-64mm 120mm and 250mm. I haven't tried carrying all the at the same time in a backpack. The X-T2 is so much smaller and lighter, fits better in the hand.

    Here's some more gfx shots


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