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Fuji GA645

Discussion in 'Fujifilm Cameras' started by daveproctor, Jul 17, 2000.

  1. daveproctor

    daveproctor Member

    I've recently put up a posting about trying out Medium Format. I've borrowed an old Bronica ETRS and was really impressed by the quality (once I'd got the hang of actually using a meter!). However I can't afford any extra lenses and my wife isn't exactly happy about me lugging it around on days out with the family.

    I've reserved a mint condition second hand Fuji GA645 which looks great, particularly as it has a wider angle lens than most of the standard lenses fitted to more traditional bodies. Does anyone have any experience of this camera/ my only concern is whether picture quality will be up to the standard of the Bronica. I am told that it is considered a "serious" camera by professionals and should be as good.

    Thanks in anticipation and a note to the publishers to say thanks for an extremely useful service, particulalry to novices like me.
     
  2. tonymidd

    tonymidd Well-Known Member

    you need have no worries about the fuji, the lenes are the sharpest around. I used to have a GS645, the GA's predecessor, the results are as good as either my Mamiya6 or 'blad. The only problem was a rubish rangefinder, as the GA is auto focus you should not have a problem. Just keep a couple of spare sets of batteries in your bag!
     

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