New Equipment for the Spéos Studios!

The Spéos team is delighted to announce that all the photo studios of the school are now equipped with FUJIFILM GFX50S II large-format digital cameras. These are mounted on Cambo (ACTUS-MV) brand shifting bodies.

This decision reflects the school’s commitment to always staying at the forefront of technology and providing its students with the most advanced professional equipment on the market.

A Cutting-Edge Technological Acquisition for Unmatched Performance

The FUJIFILM GFX50S II large-format digital cameras represent a significant leap forward in terms of quality and performance. With 51.4-megapixel sensors, they offer exceptional image resolution and clarity, allowing students to capture precise details and vibrant colors.

Moreover, compatibility with Cambo (ACTUS-MV) shifting bodies provides increased flexibility in shooting, offering nearly limitless creative possibilities.

Commitment to Educational Excellence

Spéos has always been committed to providing an optimal learning environment, and this new acquisition reflects that commitment. By partnering with industry leaders like Fujifilm and Cambo, the school ensures that its students have access to the latest and most powerful tools, preparing them to excel in their future careers.

This initiative demonstrates Spéos’ ongoing commitment to providing superior quality education in photography.

Development of Technical Skills

Spéos students benefit from an environment where innovation and excellence are at the heart of learning. With this new equipment, they can push the boundaries of their creativity and develop high-level technical skills.

Updating the equipment is an essential and crucial step for Spéos, reinforcing its position as a leader in the field of photographic education. The acquisition of these FUJIFILM GFX50S II large-format digital cameras represents a major advancement for the Spéos studios.

This allows the school to continue offering cutting-edge training, aligned with technological advancements and the demands of the contemporary photographic industry. This update is not just an improvement in infrastructure but an investment in the future of its students and the photography industry as a whole.

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