Fujifilm adds a rangefinder-style camera to its GFX line

Look out, Leica.
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Looks like Fujifilm has set its sights on Leica with the announcement of the GFX 50R. The camera takes their G Format 51.4 megapixel sensor and puts it into a more compact, rangefinder-style body. As for specs, the camera will feature their high-speed X-Processor Pro image processing system, a "Film Simulation" mode that contains reproductions of Fuji's popular films, a 3.69 million dot EVF, a Focus Lever, aluminum dial construction, Bluetooth for image sharing, a 35mm mode, and of course, compatibility with all 11 of their Fujinon GF lenses. 

Release is set for November 2018.

$4,500, fujifilm.com

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