My recommendation is for the Sony TOUGH SDXC cards. They are better built than any of my cards (Lexar, SanDisk, etc), and have been totally reliable. UPDATE Dec 2021: the OWC Atlas S Pro SDXC cards are top notch, and even a little faster than the Sony. See TESTED: 256GB OWC Atlas S Pro SDXC Card (plus comparison to Sony TOUGH SF-G).
I also recommend:
- At least one spare battery, but three total batteries if you shoot long days.
- The two-battery BC-W235 charger if you want those batteries charged up by morning and because Fujifilm does not supply an external charger.
- The metal base plate for tripod use (“Arca-Type Compatible Dovetail Protrusion”).
Starting out with the Fujifilm GFX100S, Fujifilm medium format?
In this order, what I would get: for landscape use 50/3.5, 30/3.5, 23/4, 80/1.7, 250/4.
They’re all terrific, change-up that order if your shooting style demands it. But you cannot go wrong starting with the Fujifilm GF 50mm f/3.5 as an all-arounder for everything.
Jost VA writes from Switzerland:
As a side note, I already got my GFX100S and couldn’t be happier with it. I had the GFX50S before, and then also the GFX100. Now it‘s just fantastic to be able to carry over 100MP into the mountains in such a small, powerful package, including the GF 3,5/50mm.
DIGLLOYD: seems like an awesomely powerful camera in a compact package.