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If anyone wonders whether a Fujifilm GFX100 is better than a Fujifilm GFX 50RS, just take a look at the pixels—freedom from moiré, color aliasing, etc. I have not seen any of these ugly 'digital' problems in any of my field shots, whereas the 50S/R are plagued by them. Oversampling is critical to best image quality, and it appears that 100 megapixels via 3.7 micron pixels gets the job done on the 44 X 33mm sensor. Then take a look at the per pixel acuity at 50 megapixels downsampled from 100MP—there is just no comparison, game, set and match in favor of the GFX100. If you want an ultra-clean totally non-digital 50MP image, shoot the GFX100 and downsample to 50MP.
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