First Experiments with Classic Lenses and 102-megapixels of Fuji GFX 100 – By Tudor Stanescu

I’ve been fortunate enough to own a Fujifilm GFX 100 for almost 2 years. During that time I have not taken full advantage of using this wonderful camera system much. There are many reasons why my GFX 100 has been collecting dust in my office but the main reason is the lack of lenses. Let me be clear, I think there are enough native lenses available for the GFX cameras, but I happen to only own one — the 63mm f/2.8.

Naturally, I’ve gravitated to using my Sony A7R iii or Canon EOS R on my photography projects as I have a full kit of lenses for those systems.

So what’s the story?