Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Digital Camera Body
Open Your Eyes.
The Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Digital Camera combines an extraordinary sensor, processor and design with FUJINON lenses to give you the ultimate photography experience. The innovative GFX system uses a Fujifilm exclusive 43.8 x 32.9mm, 51.4MP CMOS sensor with approximately 1.7x the area of a 35mm sensor. The GFX 50S 51.4MP sensor shows its true potential when making large format prints, capturing majestic landscape photos or reproducing historical documents. The camera is supported by GF lenses that encapsulate the design philosophy of FUJINON lenses, renowned by photographers around the world. Discover a camera that lets you capture the big picture is stunning detail.
The GFX 50S is capable of delivering high-resolution, 14-bit stills with a 14-stop wide dynamic range as well as a broad sensitivity range of ISO 100-12800, which can be extended to ISO 50-102400. A new low-noise mechanical shutter that withstands 150,000 actuations. You can customize settings to optimize AF characteristics according to the type of subject movements. The GFX 50S supports Full HD video recording (1920 x 1080, 29.97p / 25p / 24p / 23.98p, 36Mbps). Use Film Simulation effects, such as ACROS for ultra high-quality monochrome and CLASSIC CHROME for a documentary-themed look.
Complementing the imaging quality is a highly versatile body that incorporates a robust magnesium alloy, and weather-sealed protection in 58 points to achieve a high level of resistance to dust and moisture. A large rear 2.36M-dot 3.2-inch tilting LCD monitor, a detachable 3.69M-dot EVF with 100% coverage and a viewfinder magnification of 0.85x, and the 1.28-inch monochrome LCD monitor can be viewed in all conditions (including bright sunlight) and displays information including shutter speed, aperture, ISO, exposure compensation and exposure mode.
Additionally you can take photographs or video remotely using a smartphone or tablet with Wi-Fi connectivity.
Fujifilm G Format Image Sensor:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S features a 43.8 x 32.9mm CMOS medium format sensor: a product of Fujifilm's rich history, cutting-edge digital technology and extensive knowledge of medium format film cameras. Boasting an effective resolution of 51.4 million pixels and paired with high-performance GF lenses, the sensor delivers superior tones and sharpness that will impress professional photographers shooting in the world of commercial, fashion or landscapes.
Optimized Sensor Design:
Both the shape of the light-gathering micro-lenses and the processing from the photodiodes have been optimized to achieve a high level of sharpness and broad dynamic range. The lowest native ISO sensitivity of 100 and the 14-stop dynamic range, achieved with 14-bit RAW data, delivers high definition images in a variety of conditions with notably rich skin tones and intricate foliage detail.
|G FORMAT CMOS IMAGE SENSOR
||X-PROCESSOR PRO IMAGE PROCESSING ENGINE
Fujifilm X-Processor Pro:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S sports the X-Processor Pro image processing engine, capable of drawing the very best out of the 51.4 megapixel sensor. Its advanced processing accelerates and optimizes the camera's performance in a variety of areas including stunning color reproduction with Fujifilm's unique Film Simulation modes, in-camera RAW conversion to the 8-bit TIFF format, accurate contrast AF, quick startup time, and minimal shutter release time lag and shooting intervals between frames.
Fujifilm G Mount:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S uses the G Mount, which has a mount diameter of 65mm, flange back distance of 26.7mm and minimum back focus distance of 16.7mm. It uses as many as 12 electronic contact points for sending and receiving data, plus it supports the use of a wide variety of lenses and accessories. The short back focus distance, made possible because of the Fujifilm mirrorless system's structure, affords greater freedom in lens design to contribute to the development of fast, compact and high-performance GF lenses while preventing vignetting to deliver edge-to-edge sharpness.
The Fujifilm GFX 50S saves pictures in a variety of formats and quality, including two sizes and three compression levels of JPEGs, as well as compressed/uncompressed RAW. Even when you are shooting only in RAW, the camera records 12-megapixel thumbnails at the same time. Its in-camera RAW conversion function also enables RAW files processing with the ability to save them as 8-bit TIFFs.
The standard ISO sensitivity range is ISO100-12800, with extended sensitivities of ISO50, ISO25600, ISO51200 and ISO102400 also available. RAW format is supported at all these ISO settings. The AUTO function allows you to set the standard ISO, low shutter speed limit and upper ISO limit, and configure AUTO 1 - 3 settings according to shooting conditions.
White balance can be set as Auto, Preset, Custom or Color Temperature settings. RB color coordinates can be used to shift the white balance for fine tuning color balance. Up to three custom white balance settings can also be stored.
Other Image Quality Settings:
Tones and colors can be fine tuned in combination with Film Simulation to achieve your desired color reproduction.
Developed with Fujifilm's color producing know-how over 80 years of photographic film manufacturing, Film Simulation allows you to reproducing a variety of colors and tones as if using different photographic films.
|Provia / Standard
||Velvia / Vivid
||Astia / Soft
||Pro Neg. Hi
||Pro Neg. Std
Graininess is added to the entire frame to simulate the look of film-based images.
Color Chrome Effect:
Provides an extra boost to saturated colors for a more punchy result.
Body / Device
Dust-resistant, weather-resistant and freezeproof to -10° C.:
The body is made from robust magnesium alloy, which feels both solid and durable in the hand. The body is weather-sealed in 58 points to achieve a high level of resistance to dust and moisture. The GFX 50S is compact and lightweight despite the large size of its sensor, plus its dust and weather-resistant body means it's equally effective in the studio or out in the field.
Use the Drive button to quickly switch between different modes such as Burst, Bracketing and Video.
Command Position (C/T):
Set the ISO Dial/Aperture Ring to "C" and the Shutter Speed Dial to "T" to change settings only with the front and rear Command Dials while checking settings on the Sub LCD Monitor.
Dual Card Slot:
Both slots support high-speed UHS-II cards. They can be assigned to store files according to their format, e.g. JPEG, RAW or Movie.
Exposure compensation of up to ±5 stops in 1/3 steps can be set with the Exposure Compensation Button and Rear Command Dial.
High Magnification and High Definition Electronic Viewfinder:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S is supplied with a detachable 3.69M-dot EVF with 100% coverage and a viewfinder magnification of 0.85x. It uses five dedicated lens elements to achieve 100% coverage and offers a diopter adjustment range of -4m-1 to?2m-1.
|DETACHABLE ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER
||EVF-TL1 TILTING ADAPTER (OPTIONAL)
EVF Tilting Adapter EVF-TL1 (Optional):
Attach the optional EVF Tilting Adapter EVF-TL1 between the camera body and the EVF to enable vertical tilt (0°-90° / 5 steps) and horizontal rotation (±45°). This allows you to shoot from waist level or aids shooting in portrait orientation.
3D Electronic Level:
This electronic level uses a 3D system and is highly effective for architecture or landscape photography, when the accuracy of horizontal and vertical lines is crucial.
|3D ELECTRONIC LEVEL
The Fujifilm GFX 50S can display four types of histograms: RGB and brightness, each with or without highlight warnings.
Large Rear Touchscreen LCD Tilts in Three Directions:
The rear 2.36M-dot LCD monitor measures 3.2 inches and offers 100% coverage. The smart touchscreen panel enables intuitive operation and tilts in three directions (90° up, 45° down and 60° to the right) for easy framing and shooting from high or low angles.
Smart Touchscreen Display:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S features a smart touchscreen display, which makes it easy to select an AF area, bring up an RGB histogram, display the 3D electronic level and enlarge the Live View.
Enlarged Live View:
For more accurate focusing, push or rotate the Rear Command Dial to enlarge Live View images between 1x and 16.7x.
Sub LCD Monitor displays main settings:
The 1.28-inch monochrome LCD monitor can be viewed in all conditions (including bright sunlight) and displays information including shutter speed, aperture, ISO, exposure compensation and exposure mode. You can customize up to eight items to be displayed on the monitor; it also has a backlight for viewing in low light conditions.
Vertical Battery Grip VG-GFX1 (Optional):
The VG-GFX1 provides a solid grip while also maintaining the camera's optical axis during vertical shooting. The grip features a Shutter Release Button, Command Dial, Focus Lever and six Fn buttons, mirroring the layout of the camera body. It holds an extra battery to enable shooting for extended periods of time and can be used to charge the battery.
The World's First Focal-Plane Shutter Specifically Designed for Medium Format Mirrorless Cameras:
The newly-developed focal-plane shutter is the world's first specifically designed for medium format mirrorless cameras. It is a low-noise mechanical shutter that withstands 150,000 actuations, offers shutter speeds up to 1/4000 sec and has an electronic first curtain. Choose from three shutter types, including an electronic shutter.
- Mechanical Shutter:
4sec. to 1/4000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/4000sec. (All Modes) / Bulb mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/4000sec.
- Electronic Front Curtain Shutter:
4sec. to 1/4000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/4000sec. (All Modes) / Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/4000sec.
- Electronic Shutter:
4sec. to 1/16000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/16000sec. (All Modes) / Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/16000sec.
- Mechanical + Electronic Shutter:
4sec. to 1/16000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/16000sec. (All Modes) / Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/16000sec.
- Electronic Front Curtain Shutter + Electronic Shutter:
4 sec. to 1/16000sec. (P Mode), 60min. to 1/16000sec. (All Modes) / Bulb Mode (up to 60min.), TIME: 60min. to 1/16000sec.
- Synchronized Shutter Speed for Flash:
1/125 sec. or slower
Single Focus Points and Six Sizes of Focus Area:
TTL Contrast AF is available in Single Point, Zone and Wide/Tracking modes. In the Single Point mode, the camera offers 9x13 (117 points) or 17x25 (425 points) and six different Focus Area sizes. Select the minimum size for pinpoint focusing.
Six AF Modes:
- AF-S + Single Point - For capturing subjects using a specific AF point
- AF-S + Zone - For capturing subjects across a large AF area (3x3, 5x5, 7x7)
- AF-S + Wide - For automatically capturing a subject across the frame
- AF-C + Single Point - For continuous spot-focusing
- AF-C + Zone - For tracking a subject within a selected area
- AF-C + Tracking - For continuously tracking a subject across the frame
Use the Focus Lever to move the focus area in eight directions (up/down, side to side, diagonally) for easy framing and accurate focusing.
Face Detection / Eye Detection AF:
The camera automatically detects and focuses on a face or eyes. Priority can be given to either the right or left eye.
Depth of Field Scale:
The distance indicator bar on the monitor can be used to check depth of field. Choose between the Pixel Basis and Film Format Basis options.
Focus Assist Function:
Use the Focus Peaking function in Manual Focus mode. The Live View on the screen can be enlarged for more accurate focusing.
|FACE DETECTION / EYE DETECTION AF
||DEPTH OF FIELD SCALE
||FOCUS ASSIST FUNCTION
Exposure Mode Settings Using Dials and Rings:
The combination of settings on the Shutter Speed Dial, ISO Dial and Aperture Ring allow you to switch between four different exposure modes: Aperture Priority AE (A), Shutter Speed Priority AE (S), Program AE (P) and Manual. As dials are used for main exposure settings, you can adjust settings even when the camera is turned off. The Command Position (C/T) also enables Command Dial operations.
Four Metering Modes:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S offers four metering modes: Multi, Spot, Average and Center Weighted. When spot metering, the focusing and metering areas can be linked.
- Multi - Calculates exposure based on analysis of the whole frame
- Spot - Takes a meter reading from an area occupying approx. 2% of the frame
- Average - Sets exposure based on the average brightness of the entire frame
- Center Weighted - Takes a meter reading mainly from the center of the frame
Continuous Shooting at Approx. 3.0 fps:
In continuous shooting mode, the Fujifilm GFX 50S can shoot at up to 3.0 fps until the memory card fills up in JPEG, up to 8 frames in RAW, and up to 13 frames in compressed RAW.
Flash sync speed is up to 1/125 sec. When using the optional EF-X500, which supports FP mode, flash sync can be as fast as 1/4000sec (the maximum shutter speed possible with the mechanical shutter). The camera also caters to a variety of flash settings including multiple flash lighting.
- Compatible Flash - Fujifilm EF Series (excluding EF-X8)
- Sync Terminal - Yes, Synchronized Shutter Speed for Flash 1/125sec. or Slower
- SYNC. Mode - 1st Curtain / 2nd Curtain / Auto FP (HSS)
- Flash Mode - TTL (Flash Auto / Standard / Slow SYNC.) / Manual / Off
Five Types of Bracketing:
Five types of bracketing are available to capture multiple frames at different settings with a single press of the shutter release. This function works with both JPEG and RAW formats.
- AE Bracketing (2/3/5/7/9 frames) - ±1/3EV - ±3EV, 1/3EV step
- Film Simulation Bracketing - Any 3 Types of Film Simulation Selectable
- Dynamic Range Bracketing - 100% · 200% · 400%
- ISO Sensitivity Bracketing - ±1/3EV / ±2/3EV / ±1EV
- White Balance Bracketing - ±1 / ±2 / ±3
|FILM SIMULATION BRACKETING
Interval Timer Shooting:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S allows you to take two frames and combine them for a creative effect. The first shot is displayed on the LCD monitor, so you can easily compose and shoot the second frame.
The Fujifilm X-T1's grip has been further developed and now offers even greater comfort on the Fujifilm X-T2 thanks to a larger area set aside as a thumb rest. Locking mechanisms have also been introduced for the SD Card Cover and Battery Cover.
The Self Timer function can be set at 2 sec or 10 sec. It is particularly useful for situations when you want to minimize camera shake, such as long exposures.
Check the age of the batteries in the camera and the vertical battery grip. Battery age is expressed as a number between 0 (youngest) and 4 (oldest).
Shooting Stand By Mode:
In standby mode, all displays except the Sub LCD Monitor turn off to save power when no operations are being performed. Choose the length of time your camera will wait before entering standby mode: 5 min, 2 min, 1 min, 30 sec, or 15 sec.
Full HD Video:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S supports Full HD video recording (1920x1080, 29.97p / 25p / 24p / 23.98p, 36Mbps) and HD video recording (1280x720, 29.97p / 25p / 24p / 23.98p, 18Mbps). Film Simulation effects, such as ACROS for ultra high-quality monochrome and CLASSIC CHROME for a documentary-themed look, can also be applied to video.
Voice Memo Function:
Record your voice for up to 30 seconds to make notes about the images you are shooting. This makes it easy to keep track of shooting data in situations where writing notes is impractical.
|VOICE MEMO FUNCTION
||COPYRIGHT DATA FOR EXIF
Copyright Data for EXIF:
Use the touchscreen panel to enter "Author" and "Copyright" to automatically add this information to the file's EXIF data.
The Fujifilm GFX 50S uses piezoelectric elements to provide ultrasonic sensor cleaning. You can specify when to perform sensor cleaning: immediately, when the camera is turned on, or when the camera is turned off.
Install the free Fujifilm Camera Remote app on your smartphone or tablet to carry out a location data search, remotely control the camera and transfer or view in-camera images, all without having to enter a password. This functionality is also useful when shooting landscapes with the camera mounted on a tripod.
Custom Buttons and Menus:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S features 10 customizable Fn buttons. Different options can also be assigned to Short Cut Q (Quick) menu items. Frequently used settings can be registered in My Menu while Custom Registration allows you to save and rename Film Simulation and image quality settings.
FUJINON GF Lenses
High Performance FUJINON GF Lenses:
FUJINON lenses have long catered to the needs of professional photographers with an extensive lineup including medium format lenses, large format lenses and broadcast TV lenses. GF lenses, developed with the latest optical technologies, boast outstanding performance and image quality.
Dust-resistant, weather-resistant and freezeproof to -10°C:
Like the camera body, GF lenses are resistant to dust, water and low temperatures. Create epic photography regardless of the weather or the season.
Brass Lens Mount:
The lens mount is made from brass for strength, durability and reliability.
||BRASS LENS MOUNT
External Connection Interface:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S offers various interfacing options, including USB 3.0 for computer-tethered shooting, an HDMI Micro connector to output images to an external monitor, remote shutter release terminal, microphone input, and headphone jack. Connect the optional AC power adapter AC-15V to the DC input terminal to use an external power source for camera operation and charging. The camera comes with a cable lock for attaching cables.
H Mount Adapter G (Optional):
Enables compatibility with H Mount lenses, including SUPER EBC FUJINON HC lenses for GX645AF (discontinued), to be attached to the GFX 50S. It supports lens shutter operations and aperture priority AE. Focusing is manual only, but the mount features electronic contacts to generate and record lens correction data for individual lenses. And a detachable tripod base plate is included.
|H MOUNT ADAPTER G (OPTIONAL)
A high performance, multi-function flash with a guide number of approx. 50, the optional EF-X500 supports multi-flash lighting, FP mode and continuous output in Burst Mode.
View Camera Adapter (Optional):
Allows you to use a 4x5 view camera on the Fujifilm GFX 50S in conjunction with old large format FUJINON lenses. This allows you to take advantage of a view camera's characteristic tilt and shift functions while using the focal-plane shutter in the camera body.
|VIEW CAMERA ADAPTER (OPTIONAL)
Use HS-V5 for Windows software to tether the Fujifilm GFX 50S using a USB cable. This enables you to directly save pictures on to a computer or control the camera from the computer. The Hyper-Utility software, which comes with the camera, allows you to view the photographs you have taken on your computer. With the software, you can analyze images based on information it displays such as histogram, highlight warnings and tags, evaluate images by displaying two images side by side for comparison and sort/organize images with the Marker function.
||TETHER SHOOTING FOR ADOBE LIGHTROOM (OPTIONAL)
Tether Shooting Plug-in PRO for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (optional):
A plug-in to allow Adobe Photoshop Lightroom users to tether the Fujifilm GFX 50S to a computer, using a USB cable and directly save pictures on the computer or control the camera from it. In addition to the functions available in the standard version of the Tether Shooting Plug-in for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, this PRO version allows you to view the photographs you have taken on your computer, and displays the Control Panel window on the computer to enable a variety of camera controls. The conventional Lightroom tethering plug-in forces you to wait until your picture is transferred, saved and registered with Lightroom before it is displayed on the screen for checking. The Control Panel window in the PRO version displays pictures faster for quick viewing. The Control Panel window also supports Live View as well as offers a multitude of camera controls such as exposure settings, bracketing, interval photography, overlay check and backup/restoration of camera settings.
In-Camera RAW Conversion Function:
The Fujifilm GFX 50S features in-camera RAW conversion capability. RAW conversion can be performed in the field without a computer. Exposure compensation, white balance, image quality and other in-camera settings can all be easily changed. You can even apply a Film Simulation mode of your choice to RAW images. Processed RAW files are saved as a JPEG or 8-bit TIFF.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom / Adobe Photoshop CC (Optional):
Use Adobe Photoshop Lightroom or Adobe Photoshop CC to process your RAW files and save them as JPEG, TIFF, etc. on your computer. It allows more refined or bolder adjustments than the in-camera RAW Converter and maintains the use of Film Simulation modes.
|ADOBE LIGHTROOM / ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CC (OPTIONAL)
||RAW FILE CONVERTER EX 2.0 (FREE DOWNLOAD)
RAW FILE CONVERTER EX 2.0 powered by SILKYPIX (Free Download):
Use the RAW FILE CONVERTER EX 2.0 powered by SILKYPIX to convert RAW files taken with the Fujifilm GFX 50S. Various image settings and Film Simulation modes can be altered.
Compatible with the newly developed FUJINON GF250mmF4 R LM OIS WR capabilities:
The upgrade will add compatibility for the newly developed FUJINON GF250mmF4 R LM OIS WR capabilities that include "Focus Preset", "AF-L" and "AF-ON"
Select Folder and Create Folder:
Enables users to choose the folder in which subsequent pictures will be stored. Users will aso be able to enter a five-character folder name to create a new folder in which to store subsequent pictures.
Enlarged and customizable indicators "Large Indicators Mode":
The upgrade allows users to enlarge indicators and information in the viewfinder and/or LCD monitor. This upgrade will also enable users to customize the location of where the information is shown on the display.
For enhancing the quality of indoor sports photography, the upgrade allows users to reduce flicker in pictures and display when shooting under fluorescent lighting and other similar light sources.
Fn button support for 35mm Format Mode:
The upgrade allows users to set the Fn button as "35mm Format Mode" for quicker setting changes.
The update will enable the photographer to shoot focus distance bracketing up to 999 frames. When the photographer start shooting, the focal location is shifted with each activation of the shutter by the step of focus shift set from 1 to 10.
35mm Format Mode:
The update will enable the photographer to shoot central 36.0mm x 24.0mm (30.5M) cropped images as both JPEG and RAW files. When using 35mm format adapters, it will be easier to adjust the image size to 35mm format image circle lenses.
H MOUNT ADAPTER G new firmware:
The firmware update will expand the compatibility for the "H MOUNT ADAPTER G" accessory.
Support for FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO:
Once connecting a camera to a computer via USB cable, the "FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO" enables users to convert RAW files with X-Processor Pro. Fast batch processing will also be available. The "FUJIFILM X RAW STUDIO" can be downloaded from the FUJIFILM website for free.
Support for backup/restore of camera settings via FUJIFILM X Acquire:
Once connecting a camera to a computer via USB cable, the "FUJIFILM X Acquire" allows users to backup/restore camera settings to/from a file. Copying all camera settings from one camera to another is available.
ON/OFF for 1/3-step shutter speed adjustment:
The update allows you to turn off the Command Dial's function to adjust shutter speed by 1/3 steps in order to prevent unintended adjustments.
-6 and -7 to EVF's brightness setting:
The update will extend the "EVF Brightness" setting options to "-6" and "-7" so that, even in an extremely low-light condition, the brightness of the EVF does not distract you from shooting.
Improve radio flash controller usability:
The upgrade allows users to shoot with compatible third party studio flash in high speed sync. or TTL mode via their radio controllers.
Eye Sensor + LCD Image Display in the View Mode:
The update gives the "Eye Sensor + LCD Image Display" option in the View Mode that allows you to shoot through the viewfinder and check images on the LCD, just as you would with an SLR.
Shoot Without Card mode:
With the update, you can have the "Shoot Without Card" mode turned OFF so that the camera will not shoot when there is no SD card inserted.