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A Reader sent in these Fujifilm GFX Modular system drawings. They look pretty good and it would be interesting if Fujifilm decided to make this system in the future since there was a lot of interest in it after we first covered it in detail here. A Modular GFX system could be a cheaper more accessible one that would give users more options than they have today. For instance, there could be GFXR/GFXS/GFX100 style modules for the Modular GFX in addition to bellows, sensor modal swaps, and more. This would let users choose if between a clean dial free camera and one with manual controls for everything and anything else in between. What do you think?
Today we got a much larger picture of the Komodo from director Steven Soderbergh on Twitter. Looks like he is testing the new camera or just having a play with it. He mentions in the tweet being the guinea pig for the Red One 12 years ago.
Jim Kasson has continued his analysis of the Fujifilm GFX100’s capabilities at a rapid pace, which is why we have another technological mega-post today of his findings. You can find the first post here and for those of you that have been asking about electronic shutter speed, it’s 1/3 – 1/6th, which you can read more about below.
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Raw capture is the new favorite codec these days and if you like to get the absolute best image from your camera using Raw is the way to go. Shooting Raw can add some limitations alongside with higher quality capture when it comes to workflow, so it’s not for everyone.