The FUJIFILM GFX 50S saves pictures in a variety of formats and quality, including two sizes and three compression levels of JPEGs, as well as compressed/uncompressed RAW. Even when you are shooting only in RAW, the camera records 12-megapixel thumbnails at the same time. Its in-camera RAW conversion function also enables RAW files processing with the ability to save them as 8-bit TIFFs.
The standard ISO sensitivity range is ISO100-12800, with extended sensitivities of ISO50, ISO25600, ISO51200 and ISO102400 also available. RAW format is supported at all these ISO settings. The AUTO function allows you to set the standard ISO, low shutter speed limit and upper ISO limit, and configure AUTO 1 - 3 settings according to shooting conditions.
|Standard Output||AUTO1 / AUTO2 / AUTO3 (up to ISO12800) / ISO100 to 12800 (1/3 step)|
|Extended Output||ISO50 / 25600 / 51200 / 102400|
White balance can be set as Auto, Preset, Custom or Color Temperature settings. RB color coordinates can be used to shift the white balance for fine tuning color balance. Up to three custom white balance settings can also be stored.
Tones and colors can be fine tuned in combination with Film Simulation to achieve your desired color reproduction.
Developed with Fujifilm's color producing know-how over 80 years of photographic film manufacturing, Film Simulation allows you to reproducing a variety of colors and tones as if using different photographic films.
Standard mode for general use that faithfully reproduces 'memory colors'; colors just as you remember them.
A combination of high saturation and 'memory colors', this option reproduces vivid colors, making it ideal for landscapes.
Combining a soft effect with high saturation, this option delivers radiant skin tones and smooth gradation.
Delivering subtle colors and beautifully muted tones, this simulation is reminiscent of vintage reversal film.
Produce portraits with sharp contrast even in flat light. This option delivers natural skin tones based on 'memory color' technology.
Reproduces accurate, natural skin tones in portraits shot under controlled light.
Premium monochrome mode delivers fine texture, deep blacks and smoother tones.
General use monochrome mode that offers three filter options (Ye, R and G), just like ACROS.
Adds a warm tone across the frame for a sepia look. When applied to a retro subject, it creates a nostalgic look.
Graininess is added to the entire frame to simulate the look of film-based images.
Provides an extra boost to saurated colors for a richer result.