Join Ben Long for an in-depth discussion in this video Evaluating lens speed and ISO, part of Advanced Photography: Medium-Format Digital Cameras.
- I have here Fuji's 32-64mm f/4 lens.…It's what currently mounted to this GFX.…And their 120mm f/4.…They also currently sell a 23mm f/4, a 110mm f/2,…and a 63mm f/2.8.…Now, I should point out that at the time…that we're shooting this course…this camera hasn't even been out for a full year.…So while that might not seem like a lot of lenses,…it's actually quite a good number of lenses to come…out of the gateway.…Fuji publishes a lense roadmap for all…of their camera systems.…
And if you google Fuji GFX lens roadmap you'll see…that their are two or three more lenses planned just…within the next year.…If they go the same route they did…with their smaller format, there will be a bunch…of lenses available in the coming years.…Here are my Fuji X-T2 mirrorless,…which has an APS-C side sensor.…I have this 23mm f/1.4 and this 56mm f/1.2.…Now, these all seem like odd focal lengths to you.…Remember, these are actual focal lengths…not 35mm equivalents.…What I want you to notice is the speed of the lenses.…
Right now, the fastest available thing…
- SLR and mirrorless design
- Focal length and aspect ratio
- Exploring camera options
- Workflow and tethering
- Shooting with small, medium-format cameras
- Dynamic range and medium format
- Medium format and commercial, architectural, and landscape photography
- Determining if you need a medium-format camera
Skill Level Advanced
1. Medium-Format Basics
2. Medium-Format Cameras
3. Medium-Format Shooting and Noise
4. Medium-Format Applied Uses
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