I’m leaving in a day or two for extensive field shooting with the Fujifilm GFX100. I am eager to see just what is possible at 100 megapixels, including with automated focus bracketing for focus stacking which Fujifilm badly names as "FOCUS BKT"—really confusing terminology.
A key goal will be to evaluate which of the Fujifilm GF lenses are up to the job of resolving well enough for 100 megapixels, as well as whether focus shift and unstable lens focus can all be dealt with reliably.
Any lens optical asymmetry will show up like a sore thumb, and it’s asking an awful lot for a lens to resolve to 3.7 micron pixels, the same pixel pitch as the Sony A7R IV. I do not expect all these lenses to make the cut.
The lenses shown below are the ones I’m taking on my trip.
Looks like the $500 discounts have gone away for now as I write this.