Excerpt: I have had my GF670 for 3 1/2 years now and used it mostly with Ilford black and white films. I have used it extensively for travel in Australia, NZ, Mexico and USA/Canada and have had no problems with the camera. The focus is accurate and the viewfinder super bright.
Excerpt: I just wanted to add that after 3 years, I still love this camera. I mentioned in my original review that I opted for a 58mm to series 6 adapter that allows me to use my series 6 filters. The official hood takes 40.5 mm filters, same size as the series 6.
Excerpt: This camera delivers medium format quality that can fit inside a jacket pocket! The whole idea of a 6 x 7 camera that is actually pocketable is just crazy! Yet the other day I was out walking around with this camera folded up inside my jacket pocket. Truly a delightful shooting experience.
Excerpt: I own three medium format cameras, but the GF670 is my only modern one and only rangefinder. Ergonomics are an individual matter, but I find the camera very fast and comfortable to use in landscape and portrait orientation. Getting used to using my thumb to turn the focus wheel took only a few days.
Pros: Fun, Great lens, Lighweight, Reliable Operation, Stable Flash Sync
Excerpt: Have been using the camera almost every day for the past two weeks and i am very happy with the purchase. I love how compact it is for a medium format camera, at first i thought the bellows system could become annoying but to be honest hasent even been an issue.
Excerpt: I wanted something I could carry day-to-day without having to carry a bag. Also will be using the GF670 along with my Mamiya 7II when I travel. * Compact size and great lens. GF670 allows me to carry a great medium format film camera in my bag so I have it when I need it.
Pros: 120 And 220 Capable, Accurate Meter, Metal Housings, Multi-format 6x6 6x7, Quick Focusing Viewfinder, Reliable Operation, Silent Shutter
The most value for money portable professional grade film camera today.
3 March 2013
Summary: This is a wonderful modern film camera. It folds down to a very compact size, so that it can go together with your DSLR to trips. It has the convenience of a modern, accurate metering that you can trust. It shoots 6x6 and 6x7, two of the most beautiful formats on the 120 film.
Excerpt: I shoot 6x6 with Hasselblad cameras but I traveling a lot and many time I just can´t carry 10 or 15 kg of gear with me all the time so I bought Fuji GF670 as a last option to replace my Hassy gear but still maintain a possibility to shoot 6x6 or 6x7.
Pros: Feel Good In Your Hand, Optical Quality, Reliable Performer, Silent Shutter
Excerpt: I have used various Fuji medium format cameras for over 20 years and the 670 has the typical razor sharp lense I have been accustomed to. I am impressed with the quiet shutter and the light weight of the camera. Prio Fujis were known for theit bulkiness.
Pros: Accurate light meter, Accurate rangefinder, Quality lens, Quick film reload, Reliable Operation, Simple controls
Excerpt: To complement an excellent but aging 1950's Zeiss Ikon Nettar, I wanted a medium format camera with modern features- ready for off the tripod, hand held shooting. I had thought this Fuji was the answer- and the results from two test rolls were excellent.