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    New Fujifilm GF670W

    Wow, I am just totally and completely blown away by the results from my new Fujifilm GF670W. My jaw was scrapping the floor as I began to review the images from my first set of film. Whatever reservations I had about such a huge purchase have flow out the window. This baby's a keeper!

    Just a few of the images that have made me so happy!

    Fuji 400H film



    Acros 100 film





    I could not be happier!
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    Congratulations! I have the standard focal length GF670 but my feelings are similar. These are wonderful cameras capable of capturing excellent images. Your location shows as Shanghai but the photos appear to be taken in Japan. Did you get the camera here in Japan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by revdocjim View Post
    Congratulations! I have the standard focal length GF670 but my feelings are similar. These are wonderful cameras capable of capturing excellent images. Your location shows as Shanghai but the photos appear to be taken in Japan. Did you get the camera here in Japan?
    Yes, all these images were taken in Japan, but I live in Shanghai. I was in Tokyo for a holiday and did not expect to buy this camera. However, I found it priced $800 USD cheaper than in China so I had to buy it. No way around that! Sadly, I bought the camera only in the final days of my holiday in Japan. Still, I managed to pound 10 rolls of film through it! I just wish I bought it at the beginning of my trip.

    I went to Fujifilm's corporate headquarters in Tokyo, where they have both the GF670W and GF670 on display. I played with both of them there and finally settled on the W version. The folder seems just a bit weirder to hold, with the bellows and lid an all. Still, I am so dang happy with the W version that I can see myself getting the folder in the future, just to have a new focal length with this type of quality.

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    I hate you.

    And I mean that in the most jealous way possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mweintraub View Post
    I hate you.

    And I mean that in the most jealous way possible.
    Thank you! I understand completely.

    Perhaps this will soothe your anger.

    400H film


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    Is it that sharp...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mweintraub View Post
    I hate you.

    And I mean that in the most jealous way possible.
    +1

    Looks amazing!

    RattyMouse, which store did you get the camera from? I'm even contemplating about selling my Mamiya 7II kit to fund one of these... It would be a perfect complement to my GS645 when traveling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baachitraka View Post
    Is it that sharp...
    My non-wide regular GF670 sure is. I had to purchase a B+W soft filter to do photos of my 86-year-old mom, just to tone it down. The pictures came out wonderful. Can't recall ever needing to do that with any other camera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RattyMouse View Post
    Thank you! I understand completely.

    Perhaps this will soothe your anger.

    400H film

    Man, you make 400H film look great.

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    Lovely images!

    I own the non-wide version and yup, the lens is really that sharp. It completely amazes me that Fuji spent the time and money to make these cameras in this day and age and then promptly gave no support or marketing of any kind. Combined with slide film, these two cameras could have been marketed to people who want the ultimate in image quality.

    Oh well.

    Enjoy it!!

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