Recorte de 350 x 233 de 8256 x 6192: un 0,16% de la imagen

Aunque con los chicos de Imaging Resource nunca se sabe, por aquello del interminable culebrón al que nos tiene acostumbrados, parece que han finalizado el análisis de la Fuji GFX pues acaban de publicar su conclusión.

El titular dice más o menos esto:

  • La increíble calidad de imagen del sistema GFX hace que Fuji haya empezado con buen pie en el Formato Medio.

Estos son los “pros” y “contras” que ponen.

Lo bueno:

  • Incredible resolution and detail
  • Pleasing JPEGs straight out of the camera
  • Excellent high ISO performance
  • Outstanding dynamic range in RAW files
  • Stunning print quality
  • Superb 63mm f/2.8 lens
  • Very good 32-64mm f/4 zoom lens
  • Bright colors with very good hue accuracy
  • Fuji Film Simulations
  • New Color Chrome Effect is nice
  • Effective Highlight/Shadow Tone and D-Range settings
  • 3fps burst performance may not be fast, but is good for the class
  • Good buffer depths for the class when shooting JPEG or lossless compressed RAW
  • Fast buffer clearing
  • Dual SD card slots, both with UHS-II support
  • Large, detachable high-res EVF
  • Very good (over 99%) viewfinder coverage
  • Decent battery life for its class
  • Dedicated autofocus joystick
  • Customizable controls
  • Rear monitor can tilt three ways
  • Good touchscreen functionality
  • Customizable e-Ink top display
  • Compact body for a medium format camera
  • Plentiful physical controls
  • Robust, wealter-sealed construction
  • Built-in Wi-Fi works well
  • USB 3.0 port

Lo mejorable:

  • Slow autofocus
  • Sluggish power-on and cycle times
  • No AA filter means it’s prone to aliasing artifacts
  • Low-light AF can struggle when hand-held
  • Requires about 1/2 to 2/3 stop longer shutter speeds compared to other cameras
  • Very limited native lens selection, although it is quickly expanding
  • No fast native wide-angle lenses are available yet
  • Expensive accessories such as the EVF tilt adapter and vertical battery grip
  • Camera does not save menu state when powered off
  • Cumbersome neck strap anchor point; the neck strap is constantly twisted
  • Limited dynamic range in JPEGs at default settings
  • Maximum flash sync of 1/125s could be an issue for studio and portrait photographers

Y aquí con algo más de letra:

Pros:

Fantastic image quality across the board; Excellent RAW dynamic range; Superb high ISO performance; Functional and user-friendly body; Robust weather-sealed construction; Detachable EVF; Tilting touchscreen; Very good lens quality.

Contras:

Slow AF speeds; Performance can’t compete with high-end full-frame cameras; Limited native lens selection so far; Expensive accessories; Unimpressive JPEG dynamic range; 1/125s maximum flash sync.

Price and availability:

The Fujifilm GFX 50S launched in late February 2017 with a body-only price of just under US$6,500. The Fujinon GF 63mm f/2.8 is its most affordable native lens, and sells for US$1,500. Additional lenses include the GF 23mm f/4, GF 110mm f/2, GF 120mm f/4 Macro and GF 32-64mm f/4 zoom lens, with prices ranging from US$2,300 to US$2,800.

Con el zoom unos 9.000 euros. Tampoco es tanto, ¿ no ? ¿ Síndrome de Estocolmo variante “porca miseria” ?

Corolario:

Ni que decir tiene que, paisajista como soy, me he bajado la foto del riachuelo (la horizontal – que es como las que suelo hacer en mis queridas montañas). Me he bajado los 115 MB del RAW, la he revelado como suelo hacer, y luego me he mirado con todo cariño el TIFF a 16 bits de 300 MB resultado.

  • Nada que objetar. Bestial, y punto pelota.

A llorar con amargura por aquello de la porca miseria en:

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One Response to En Imaging Resource publican su conclusión sobre el sistema Fuji GFX

  1. Carlos Giner dice:

    Al final caerás…………….
    😉

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