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Here I offer my view on the Nikon D850 versus the medium format Fujifilm GFX. I have long considered this matter with respect to the Nikon D810; the D850 improves the DSLR argument incrementally (a worthy increment to be sure). I cite both my subjective impressions as well as hard facts of several kinds.
The D850 is a very fine camera capable of outstanding imagery. It will become my new workhorse camera, supplanting the D810. There is that good-better-best thing that Apple likes to use. Except that it is far more complicated, with many other considerations, which all depend not on the gear alone, but on user needs and preferences and likes and dislikes. There is a right answer when all those factors are considered.
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