We assess the feasibility of T1 and T2 mapping with MR fingerprinting implemented on a high-performance 0.55T system that combines contemporary hardware and imaging methods with a lower magnetic field strength. Quantitative values correlated closely to spin-echo measurements in the NIST phantom. Brain MRF was evaluated in 12 healthy volunteers and liver MRF was evaluated in one volunteer as a proof-of-concept. At 0.55T, T1 was 539ms (white matter) and 660ms (gray matter), and T2 was 64ms (white matter) and 76ms (gray matter). The combination of MRI fingerprinting and low-field MRI systems provides an opportunity for rapid, low-cost, quantitative imaging.