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This scene presents a classic HDR* photo—shot in a single frame and processed to taste. It shows that at least to a point, the Fujifilm GFX sensor affords the possibility of single shot HDR-like results, without any of the hassle of bracketing for multi-frame HDR.
Black and white conversions often place greater demands on pixel quality, since some color channels may be emphasized and those channels by themselves may be noisier and/or just become noisier by being, in effect, pushed considerably. For that reason black and white renditions are also shown in this example.
* (as of 2017 Canon sensors) I never have grokked why anyone would shoot Canon and bother with HDR when shooting something with better dynamic range like the Nikon D810 would frequently eliminate the need for HDR.
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