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The Fujifilm GFX is a high-res display wunder-kamera. It ships with its high-res EVF which slots into the hot-shoe area, but the optional tilt adapter for the EVF can be used for other shooting positions—very nice in the field.
Not just one but THREE high-res displays are included. No other mirrorless camera or DSLR on the market (as of early 2017) offers such a combination.
Not just high-res, but OLED, OLED having far superior contrast.
The Fujifilm GFX has a 3.69 Mdot OLED EVF. The Hasselblad X1D has a 2.36 Mdot XGA Electronic Viewfinder—much lower resolution and not OLED either (OLED is far superior for contrast). Once you experience hi-res there is no going back.
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