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    f2bthere reacted to Jose Basbus in Tilt shift for GFX   
    hi. Here is an exmple of a self portrait with my gfx 50r & nikon 19 mm f4 & f8  with fotodiox adapter. 5 mm shift applyed and  two speedlight used. Tripod mounted.

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    f2bthere reacted to KelsaaCPH in Any fisheye for GFX-50S?   
    I doubt there’s a 35mm fisheye with the image circle needed to cover the GFX sensor. I wish someone would make an enlarging lens adapter, like a reverse SpeedBooster, even if it would rob a stop of light. UPDATE: Laowa makes one: https://www.venuslens.net/product/laowa-magic-format-converter-mfc/ but with no electronic connection to the camera, the EF version I’d need has no aperture control (The Nikon version has it, though)
    Laowa also recently introduced GFX dedicated 17mm f4 (~13mm on GFX) - not a fisheye, no AF but 115 degrees angle of view. (Not shilling for Laowa - never even tried any of their lenses)
    Here’s another idea: a SpeedBooster for GFX so you could use older *real medium format lenses without cropping. Mmmm... the Hasselblad 30mm f3,5 on a GFX… https://www.flickr.com/photos/dorkstar/5933520512/in/photolist-a3gYzT-a6X3k5-a3jQVN (A skate photo I made with a 503CW and the H-blad fisheye)  
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    f2bthere reacted to Matternj in Any fisheye for GFX-50S?   
    A veces complicamos nuestras vidas, y quizás la solución sea más sencilla.
    Cámara: Fujiflim GFX 50S
    Adaptador: Techart.
    Lente: ojo de pez SAMYANG 8 mm f / 3.5 UMC CS II - para Canon (269,00 €)
    Sin ángulo de parasol 180ºx180º
    3 imágenes cada 120º tiene esa parabólica 360º de una resolución de más de 13,000x6,000 píxeles con una superposición En cada imagen del 30%.
    Fuji no reconoce la lente, por lo que no corta 35 mm. En Sigma 8mm si lo haces.
    Al final, con un factor de corrección, obtendremos algunas fotos como si estuviéramos tubing una lente de 7.80 mm.
     

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    La lente no tiene una calidad de fuji, pero satisface una necesidad.
    Enfoque manual, pero si disparas con un diaframa f8, todo está enfocado.
    If you pay attention. You will see the hairs on my head, when I am located behind the camera, I do not know how they do it ....
    Saludos
    Juan
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    f2bthere reacted to Sal Patalano in Street Photography With the Fujifilm GFX 50s   
    Hello,
     
    New to the forum, just joined.
     
    I’ve been shooting people on the street for about a year now and using the GFX50S with the 110 mm f2 most of the time. I also have the 32-64mm but I don’t use it quite as much. I find it to be about the same weight as my aD800, grip and 24-70mm.
     
    Below is a link to some of my images on Flickr.
     
    https://flic.kr/s/aHsmbHX1XA
     
    Shoot me an email if you want to chat.
     
    Thank you
    Sal Patalano
    Nashua NH.
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    f2bthere got a reaction from miguel in FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO - am I the only one excited about this?!   
    If the program is able to use the camera engine to process the files into 16-bit TIFF files, I will be ecstatic!
     
    Fuji does seem to know best how to process their own files for optimum results. The only issue so far is that if you want to do significant post processing, you will want access to 16bit data.
     
    If Fuji supports this, it will be a huge step forward. Imagine getting the benefits of Fuji's understanding of images (very deep from decades producing lenses, cameras and film even before there was digital), combined with the well-developed film simulations while still maintaining the full bit-depth captured by the camera.
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