A Review of the Fujifilm GFX 100S for Cityscape Photography

The GFX 100S is one of the most impressive cameras available now, offering high-level medium format image quality with a feature set traditionally reserved for full frame bodies, and put together at an impressively competitive price. This excellent video review puts the camera to the test in one of the areas for which its dynamic range and extreme resolution are seemingly best suited: cityscapes. 

Coming to you from Serge Ramelli Photography, this great video review takes a look at the Fuji GFX 100S medium format mirrorless camera for cityscape photography. On paper, the GFX 100S looks like one of the most ideal cameras for this sort of work, offering top-shelf resolution and dynamic range, plus Fuji's highly lauded colors. What makes it even better than the respected GFX 100 for cityscapes and the like is that it does not have a built-in grip, which makes it far more portable, and it comes at almost half the price at $5,999, allowing it to compete with upper-level full frame options and making medium format accessible to a much wider range of photographers, which I think makes for an awfully exciting time for photo enthusiasts. Check out the video above for Ramelli's full thoughts. 

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Robert Teague's picture

Interesting video. I am interested in the camera, so watched most of the video; I quit watching when Serge started on with the sky replacement (he sells sky replacement images) in the processing segment of the video. I don't do, and am not interested in, sky replacement.