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The Fujifilm GFX comes complete with a high-res EVF). As supplied, the EVF slots into the hot shoe for a conventional behind-the-camera viewfinder.
However, the optional Fujifilm EVF-TL1 EVF tilt adapter inserts into the hot shoe, with the EVF then slotting in on top. Thus installed, it offers 45° horizontal movement and up to 90° vertical tilt.
If I’m working in the field this tilting EVF rocks! It will be a big help when shooting on uneven terrain or low to the ground, where getting my eye behind a DSLR or Sony viewfinder is awkward. It’s a whole lot better than lying down on my stomach in an foot of water or soggy grass so I can see the viewfinder. A fair number of shots go unmade by me in the field because of such limitations, particularly in wet spring conditions.
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