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Knorp

Well-known member
From Fujirumors today ...

The Owners Manual for the Fujifilm GFX100S is now available for download at BHphoto here.

Fujifilm will provide the versions in other languages soon. I will report immediatly on FujiRumors once this happens.

The camera will start shipping on March 11 in USA, and on February 25 in Japan and Europe . . . 🥳
 

vjbelle

Well-known member
Thanks Bart..... It can be found by scrolling down the GFX100s camera information at B&H and a link will be on the right hand side of your screen. There is also a link at FujiRumors.

Victor B.
 
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vjbelle

Well-known member
The manual is more condensed than the original '100'. There is lots of detail missing that is included with the '100' manual which, to me, indicates that this may be an initial release and that a more detailed version will be available shortly.

Victor B.
 

Knorp

Well-known member
That's right, Victor. In fact it's the Basic Manual, just some sort of summary of the GFX100S features without describing or explaining them in detail.
 

vjbelle

Well-known member
I read lots of complaints about not including a stand alone battery charger. For US $45.00 I can purchase a Wasabi dual battery charger and two batteries. That would give me three batteries which I can't believe I would ever need during any days shooting. I don't get the 'Basic' manual but I assume that the operational features of the 100s mimik the '100' which has a much more detailed manual for reference.

I'm pretty sure I'm at the front of the pre-order pack at B&H...... my order was placed the second the pre-order link was posted. The only disappointment for me would be a subpar EVF which so far hasn't been reported in any early reviews.

Victor B.
 
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biglouis

Well-known member
It seems a trifle over indulgent to do trains spotting with my MF camera but it was the only camera with me this morning and I wanted to photograph the GBRf diesel locomotive when it pulled away from the sidings. All taken with the 50R+50/3.5.

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