Fujifilm GF 30mm F3.5 Hands-on Review

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The Fujifilm GF 30mm F3.5 R WR is a wide angle prime lens for medium format, equivalent to 24mm on full frame. The GF 30mm F3.5 offers impressive sharpness, but not without a few compromises. Full resolution Raw images from this episode: https://www.dpreview.com/sample-galleries/6872107241

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tomasa2 says:

It is just me, but this video look very good. is it only because medium format?

iden carlo manalo says:

THIS IS BEAUTIFUL.

Doug Dolde says:

I'm sticking with only one lens for my GFX-50R, the 50mm f3.5. I can stitch to go wider and to me less is more

Aleksandr Samoilov says:

Amazing footage one of the best iv seen on this channel.

Robbie Gordon says:

GFX is the start to bringing medium format to the masses. Well photo enthusiast masses. Yes it's still 10k but not even a decade ago this would cost you a GTR.

JJ James says:

Have been researching to buy my first camera. Nothing I have seen in APSC or 35mm comes anywhere close to the quality of the video and stills here. I am shocked at how big a difference I see. The only snag is the cost. The body is $16000 here in Australia and the 32-64 is about $3500. I can tell you that I want it. I have been given a nikon d70 and I will do all my learning on that. I am going to take a look at the reviews for the Canon M50ii when it is released. I think after that, when I know what I want, then I am going to take a very hard look at this camera.

terrance mcleod says:

Jordan i know you love you s1h but man this gfx 100 footage is amazing can you just start shooting everything with this?

photographer85 says:

Personally I'd prefer the 45-100mm and the 30mm 3.5 – the 32-64mm is a great lens but I don't really use the wide angle as much. So for me I'd make more sense to have a longer zoom and the wider prime.

photographer85 says:

Unpopular opinion: the GFX 50s makes more sense than the GFX 100s…

J Cooper says:

Allways primes ! When will a compact Fujifilm GFX 100 R arrive ?

problemat1que says:

You guys have been productive, first Canon, now Fuji video produced on the same "vacation". You're worth every penny DPR is paying you. When I see "shot on the reviewed system", I get comfortable in my chair and start watching closely, love it! Would love a little insert or CC channel to see the lens used for each scene for your videos that aren't shot with a single lens.

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