The rumors have turned out ot be true, as Fujifilm is planning to enter the medium format segment with the GFX 50S and a new “G” mount and line of lenses. The camera will be based around the 50.4mp CMOS sensor that we’ve likely seen in cameras by both Pentax and Hasselblad.
The system will launch with the 3 lenses, a GF 63mm F2.8 R WR, a GF32-64mm F4R LM WR and GF 120mm F4 Macro. There will be a 0.79x crop factor, which would give these lenses a 35mm equivalent of 50mm, 25-50mm & 90mm.
Fujifilm claims the camera and a standard prime will come in at under $10,000 USD.
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