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kangmlee

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  1. Third party lenses IBIS only work on 3 axis. Still good but not the same as Fuji lenses will have
  2. Hey guys, Just spent some time with Francis (One of the FujiGuys). I should've taken a photo to prove that I really did try the camera but oh well. If you believe me, feel free to ask any questions. Here are some quick points I noticed: - The new shutter button sucks, way too sensitive. - Body feels amazing in hand, the deeper grip makes a huge difference - Eterna film simulation is very sexy - IBIS works amazing - Auto focus is faster but not enough to be noticeable - Mechanical shutter is MUCH quieter Disclaimer: I am not an ambassador or an employee of Fujifilm
  3. Nope, the HDMI on a Mac is video-out only. It cannot accept any incoming video. It is technically possible on an iPad but no one ever made an app/cable for that
  4. There is no best. Most people will film in 23.98 for a cinematic look. 29.97 for a documentary look.
  5. Waiting on the 110mm f2 before making a final decision.
  6. My fiance doesn't want me to, she says putting money towards the wedding is priority
  7. No dial for the ISO, the screen becomes more relevant.
  8. Enjoy boys and girls! Feel free to ask me anything about the camera. Spent two hours with it last monday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anFEQaOzplc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKkLoBguPjw&feature=youtu.be
  9. Bigger and more expensive. I get that people want IBIS. Myself I don't really care for it but people shouldn't critisize OP for asking for it.
  10. Since the X-T2 has issues regarding low light focusing in reception halls, the GFX will be much worse for sure. The 63mm was hunting a bit when I was testing it in a hotel with low light.
  11. It'll be hard to take portraits but that bokeh will be creamy and delicious.
  12. The 50 does mean megapixels. If the GFX 50S is a success, Fujifilm will release a 100S in a far future.
  13. Not on my side. I played with it and loved the 120mm but I am going to wait until the 110mm comes out before thinking about buying it. 90% of my pictures are taken with my 56mm, I need something similar
  14. Hey guys, I often meet the Fuji guys so I get to play with newer devices before their release. My current gears are the X-T2 and X-T10 with several lenses. I mostly shoot portraits, fashion and weddings. Feel free to check out my Instagram.
  15. I would never switch my 56mm, the focus is more than fast enough and I am addicted to that bokeh!
  16. I shoot portraits and weddings so: 23mm, 35mm, 56mm The day I buy my own GFX: 63mm, 110mm and 120mm
  17. I took the following with the 120mm at f/9 on the GFX, notice how the right eye is tack sharp and the left one is out of focus. This is at f/9, imagine this at a much larger aperture. Fuji GFX50-091 by Kang Min Lee, on Flickr
  18. Shutter The World's First Focal-Plane Shutter* Specifically Designed for Medium Format Mirrorless Cameras The newly-developed focal-plane shutter is the world's first specifically designed for medium format mirrorless cameras. It is a low-noise mechanical shutter that withstands 150,000 actuations**, offers shutter speeds up to 1/4000 sec and has an electronic first curtain. Choose from three shutter types, including an electronic shutter. Mechanical Shutter 4sec. to 1/4000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/4000sec. (All Modes) Bulb mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/4000sec. Electronic Front Curtain Shutter*** 4sec. to 1/4000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/4000sec. (All Modes) Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/4000sec. Electronic Shutter 4sec. to 1/16000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/16000sec. (All Modes) Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/16000sec. Mechanical + Electronic Shutter 4sec. to 1/16000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/16000sec. (All Modes) Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/16000sec. Electronic Front Curtain Shutter + Electronic Shutter*** 4 sec. to 1/16000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/16000sec. (All Modes) Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/16000sec.
  19. Shot with GFX 50S with 120mm f/4 1/160th f/9 ISO 100 Edit: Forgot to mention that it's straight out of cam.
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