I have been lucky enough to own the Fuji GFX for quite some time now and I find it to be an amazing camera. I have spoke about it in depth on my Video Vlog post which can be found on my blog. I have used it for personal work, a travel camera and weddings. I enjoyed the GFX so much and the simplistic nature of such an outstanding professional camera I've decided to add it's little brother, the Fuji XT-2 to the family. I can say this, I don't regret that decision one bit.
The XT-2 constantly amazes me with what it can pull off. We are talking about a crop sensor camera here folks. All be it an X-Trans crop sensor but a crop sensor none the less. I stacked it up against its largerr sibling the medium format Fuji GFX. A 52 megapixel beast. We skipped right over full frame and I'm impressed. I plan on doing a full blog right up of the XT-2 in the future but for this post I just wanted to throw up a few images. Let me lay out the scene for you here. A wedding a few nights ago under serious failing light. We were getting dark fast and a lot of the images were over under exposed towards the end of our session. We lucked out earlier with nice lighting and you will see those as well. One thing I noticed right off was how well both camera rendered colors pretty much in sync with each other. This made editing a breeze without any color shift from image to image. Even black and white rendered beautifully. I also added a few images from last months wedding were I shot both systems as well.
On the XT-2 I shot with the Fujinon 56mm f/1.2 & Fujinon 35mm f/2
The GFX50s was used with a Kipon Baveyes Adapted Pentax 105mm f/2.4
Take a look at how well the XT-2 did against its larger and much more expensive sibling. Can you spot which is medium format and which is crop sensor? Don't worry there will NOT be a test at the end.