↑ Fuji GFX 50R + GF 63mm f/2.8 R WR.
Top Panel: As previously posted.
Bottom Panel: Film Simulations Applied.
EDIT: I just replaced the bottom panel with the updated versions (you may have to refresh your browser to see the changes). The differences are now more subtle, but the bottom panel definitely retains a more film-like appearance.
I decided to create this composite image using photos I’ve taken over the past year.
As you can see, the first (from last year) was created with the Nikon D850 + 105mm f/1.4. The other two (from this year) were created with the Fuji GFX 50R + 110mm f/2.
I share the above information purely for your interest and not for the purpose of making comparisons, as there are simply too many variables in effect in each image (for example, subject’s natural skin tone, time of day, natural vs. artificial vs. mixed lighting, etc.).
Suffice it to say, both systems produce wonderful image quality, though I would give the edge to Fuji (you cannot, however, discern that from the small-sized images I’ve posted).
With respect to weight, the Fuji also has a slight advantage:
However, the Nikon is without a doubt the more versatile system.