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Format Shootout: Fujifilm GFX + 23mm f/4 vs Sony A7R II + 12-24mm f/4

See my Fujifilm GFX wish list.

In Medium Format, I take a stab at assessing the image quality of the Fujifilm GFX against the Sony A7R II:

Shootout: Fujifilm GFX vs Sony A7R II (Pescadero Creek, Downstream)

I utilize the image below from each series:

The comparison is imperfect—it cannot be perfect given different aspect ratios, lenses and their distortion, etc, but the tripod position was fixed and it is remarkably interesting to compare the two—42 megapixels versus 50 on different sensor sizes.

What happens if Sony delivers an improved sensor and improved (less 'cooked') image file quality at, say, 72 megapixels? That would be interesting at full resolution, let alone the implications of oversampling at 72MP and then downsampling to 50.

f13 @ 3.1 sec, ISO 100; 2017-07-22 19:10:33
GFX 50S + Fujifilm GF 23mm f/4 R WR @ 18mm equiv (23mm)

[low-res image for bot]

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