Cambo is a Dutch company that specialises in accessories including a series of view cameras designed for DSLRs, mirrorless and medium format cameras. Their most recent product, the Cactus GFX, is a modified version of the Cambo ACTUS series made for Fujifilm’s mirrorless medium format camera.
Like other similar products, the Cactus GFX features geared tilt and swing movements on the front standard, fine focusing, rise and fall, and side shift on the rear standard. It is a very interesting tool for both studio work and still life.
Nathan Wright is a professional photographer who lives in Japan and specialises in audio equipment for still life. (You can check out his work on the Ohm Image website.) He uses view cameras with mirrorless gear such as the Sony A7r II and Leica SL, and recently had the chance to test the new Actus with the Fujifilm GFX. His findings can be found in the video review below. Enjoy!