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Fujifilm GFX Lenses 20% Off.

Is medium format for you?

Nikon D850: My Thoughts vs Medium Format, particularly the Fujifilm GF (in DAP)

Fujifilm GFX: My Thoughts vs 35mm Format, Particularly the Nikon D850 and Sony A7R II

Now is a good time to consider the Fujifilm GFX with the discounts.

Readers might know from my review of the Fujifilm GFX system that its sensor is among the finest on the market, and I discussed that in Nikon D850: My Thoughts vs Medium Format, particularly the Fujifilm GFX. The D850 is really really good, but it cannot beat a camera with 50% larger pixels.

Fujifilm GF lenses at about 20% off

My personal favorites are the 23mm f/4 and the 110mm f/2.

Not every copy of Fujifilm lenses is problem-free; test your lenses upon arrival and do not assume they are good, just as with every camera system.

The 32-64mm f/4 is a great all-around *if* a copy can be obtained free of symmetry issues.

I am not a fan of the 120mm f/4 due to its weight and bulk. Whether its problematic unstable focus point behavior remains after the Fujifilm firmware update I don’t yet know, but I had no trouble with the Fujifilm GFX.

Most Fujifilm GFX +lens bundles are $1000 off, even the not yet released 45mm f/2.8. There are also discounts on lenses sold separately as shown below.

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