Fuji GFX 50s tests and switch over

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FUJIFILM GFX 50S

I've been debating a switch for a long time now from Nikon which I have used for 12 years to Fujifilm.
I have had the Fujifilm XT-2 for a while alongside my Nikons. Recently I have been testing out the GFX 50s with different lens combinations. First of all a huge thank you to Ffordes Photographic for their patience with me and for helping out with borrowing equipment to try out!

Yesterday I got my hands on the 250mm lens and Fujifilm GFX 50s. As it was such a dreadful day, I decided to stay relatively close to my lovely warm fire for a change. The first two images below were shot with the 250mm lens and the rest were on the 100-200mm lens. It's a close call as both are beautiful lenses. I will be making some decisions this week on taking the plunge and trading in all my Nikon kit for Fuji. I have gathered a fair bit over the years so it's no small feat! Grasses photographed with Fujifilm GFX Nature details photographed with Fujilgim GFX 50s Fujifilm GFX 50S in the woods in Scotland Macro shots of leaves with GFX 50s and 100-200mm lens Fujifilm GFX 50s shots in the woods, Inverness Fujifilm GFX nature details Autumn leaves in the highlands of Scotland

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