- Jul 6, 2017
The shooting I would do with the 100s would be very slow and deliberate, so the camera would be faster than I would be. I would get it for landscapes, mostly with a tripod and playing around with settings, focus, etc. It would not take over for my DSLR. It is still tempting, though I realize I am unlikely to do that sort of shooting very often.Though I must say, I tried the GFX 100s and it was realy quite slow. I think its only suited for studio work.
If canon offers a 70mp something fullframe camera, I would certainly prefer this over the GFX 100s, even for shooting in a controlled setting. Though its a tempting camera with this impressive resolution.