You can’t complain about the size of the focusing patch on the Fuji GW69III – the 6×9 frame is more than twice the size of 35mm, so why shouldn’t the viewfinder be huge as well? With a view that large, lining things up is easier. The fixed 90mm f/3.5 lens has a leaf shutter that goes up 1/500s, with the rings for aperture and shutter speed on the lens itself. You will have to extend the built-in lens hood to get access to both of those controls. With 6×9, you might find yourself taking time with your shots, since you’ll get all of eight exposures on a roll.