Fujifilm GFX 50S II Street Photography POV

This fourth episode of YouTube mini-series in Florence is all about GFX 50S II Street Photography.
As I mentioned before, this is not as fast and powerful as the GFX 100S. But the new iteration of this camera has a lot more processing power so it is much easier to use outdoors and not miss a moment.

I made a video about shooting Street Photography with the previous version of Fujifilm GFX 50S so you can go watch it for comparison:

GFX 50S II Street Photography video

I had lots of fun shooting Street Photography with the GFX 50S II in my hometown Florence and you can probably tell by the amount of photo samples I’m including in the video. There’s 60 photos in here, the most I ever included by far.
Among all the photo samples there is actually an intruder, one that is shot with the Fujifilm X-T4… Can you spot it?
All the photos have their relative infos so it should be easy. But maybe I can spicy it up with a print giveaway among all the spotters? I’ll think about it. You comment below the video then we’ll see ☺️

Oh, and Fujifilm just published an article about my experience with their camera in Florence! You can read it here.

I leave with the video… See you next time!

Street Photography POV in Florence with Fujifilm GFX 50S II (60 Photo Samples!)
Watch this video on YouTube.

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