Fujifilm's series of GFX medium format mirrorless cameras took the industry by storm by creating medium format mirrorless cameras with modern features normally reserved for systems will smaller sensors and offering them at highly competitive prices. This excellent video review takes a look at one member of that series, the GFX 50S II, and the sort of performance and image quality you can expect from it in practice.
Coming to you from Gajan Balan, this great video review takes a look at the Fujifilm GFX 50S II medium format mirrorless camera. Building on the success of the original 50S, the 50S II offers a range of improvements, but most notable is its price. At $4,000, it is especially affordable compared to traditional medium format options, even competing with many full frame cameras. And along with that, you get top-notch dynamic range, 50 megapixels of resolution, Fuji's highly respected color science, and, of course, the medium format look. That being said, while the 50S II brings with it improvements like better autofocus, if you are just after the quality of the sensor, remember that the original 50S uses the same sensor, so you can save some money by going with that model if it suits you. Check out the video above for Balan's full thoughts.