Camera Bodies

  • Fujifilm GFX 50s

This is Fujifilm's flagship camera for professional work. Its a medium format sensor based system meaning the sensor is 70% larger than a full frame camera such as those from Nikon, Sony or Canon. It's a 51 mp design which provides exceptional detail. Fuji's color science born from their manufacturing of their award winning films transfers wonderfully to their sensor design. The pictures from this sensor look deep, with perfect colors and tones. Medium format cameras have been the province of professional advertising, product and portrait photographers for years. There is a huge difference in quality over full frame sensors. Fujifilm's GFX 50s is the most affordable medium format camera available. Its not cheap, but a Phase One or Hasselblad with the same exact sensor will cost much, much more. 

  • Fujifilm X-H1

This is Fujifilms top X system camera. Based on the APS-C sensor size, Fujifilm adds their own microlens, the X-Trans filter, a non-traditional approach again born from their studies of color science. Their X-Trans sensor design they feel gives the best color rendition coupled with detail and in their studies and those by others, the resulting imagery stands equal to that of a 30 mp full frame sensor in detail and sharpness. This looked Fuji to build a smaller camera system which means less weight to a photographer without losing any performance. When I left Nikon and adopted the Fuji systems, my bag went from 50 to 60 lbs. to just over 25 lbs for the same lens ranges and same performance, The X-H1 is a bit larger than their other pro X cameras, the X-T2 and new X-T3. Its more heavily constructed, more weatherproof and sports a much more robust lens mount. Its larger body accommodates Fuji's first camera body internal stabilization system which allows for up to 5 stops of stabilization when used. 

  • Fujifilm X-T3

I have this camera on order, its brand new but by far incorporates the newest and latest technology from Fujifilm. I'll have more to say as I work with it but it is the same form factor as the X-T2 (a camera I used extensively prior to the X-H1) but with a slightly larger sensor, 1.5x improvement in AF and focusing and sporting a quad core processor. I can't wait to add this one!

  • Fujifilm X-Pro2

This is Fuji's top of the line rangefinder styled camera and a camera I love to use for street and walk around photography. I have unleashed it for model session in studio though and it performs perfectly. It has the Fuji X system sensor so the IQ is outstanding, the rangefinder build makes handling really nice and it feel very old school - but its got all the latest tech you could want. 

  • Fujifilm X100T

Easily my favorite Fuji camera. Its also the lowest tech...sports the second gen X-Trans sensor so its only 16.6 mp but its still X-Trans technology and capable of outstanding quality. Its a fixed lens camera but more rangefinder and retro looking than any other. People regularly ask me what kind of film camera it is. The handling is stellar. The size is perfect and you can just sling it around your neck and go. I will some day perhaps get the upgraded model, the X100F but its not a priority. 

I do have the original X-Pro1 and X100 cameras too. They rarely get used but the used market for them is small, the tech dated yet the X-Pro1 still produces what I think are the best black and white images by a digital camera. So I keep it around. 


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