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Adapting Other Lenses to Fujifilm GFX

Adapting lenses delivers degraded results in most cases..

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2022-01-19 Reader Comment: Leica M11 vs Sony A7RIV Sensors, Monochrome Potential


2021-05-10 Sony GM Lenses: World-Class Performance, Why Look Elsewhere?

2021-01-26 Sony A1 Reader Comments (4)


2020-10-14 Nikon Z7 II Narrows the Gap with Last Year’s Cameras


2019-11-24 Reader Comments: Whither Nikon?

2019-10-28 Sony A7R IV: Horrible Sensor Dust Problems (updated 2019-11-17)

2019-09-21 Exploring Frame Averaging for Sony A7R IV (Updated with reader comments)

2019-09-02 Reader Question: Zooms vs Primes for Mirrorless?

2019-09-01 Reader Question: Considering Focus Breathing Performance for Focus Stacking When Choosing a Lens

2019-08-25 Sony A7R IV Looks Flawed for My Purposes: Appear to Lack Focus Stacking Support and Lossless Compressed RAW

2019-07-23 Fujifilm Focusing Issues in the Fujifilm GFX100 Have Existed for At Least 6 Years in Fujifilm X Series Also


2018-11-07 Reader Comments: Mirrorless System Choice (Nikon Mirrorless, Canon Mirrorless, Sony Mirrorless, Medium Format)

2018-11-06 Revenge of the Beaver: Lundy Canyon Road Blocked by Felled Aspen

2018-10-29 Reader Comment: Sony A7R III + Zeiss Loxia 35mm f/2 vs Nikon Z7 + Nikon NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.8 S

2018-10-21 Nikon Z7: Validating Focus Accuracy, Exposure, Handheld with IBIS and Nikon NIKKOR Z 35mm f/1.8 (Bishop Creek)

2018-07-28 Really Right Stuff Introduces Mark II Tripod Design, Such as the TFC-24L

2018-07-26 Nikon Mirrorless: What is the Value Proposition?


2016-09-20 Fujifilm GFX 50S: Reader Comments/Questions

2016-09-19 Thoughts on the Fujifilm GFX 50S


2012-02-09 What Does Depth of Field Mean on a 36 Megapixel Camera?


2011-08-20 Reader Comments on Focusing, Live View, Really Right Stuff Tripod

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