During Photokina 2018, Fujifilm teased participants that it was dealing with a 100-megapixel medium format electronic camera which would be called the GFX 100S. The business has now formally taken the wraps off it. The new camera is merely called the GFX 100 and it boasts of lots of firsts for a medium format cam, such as stage detection autofocus (PDAF), 4K video recording and in-body stabilization. The electronic camera will go on sale in the United States from June 30 for a suggested rate of $9,999.95.
The camera utilizes a full-sized body, which implies you get a side and bottom hand grips, comparable to Canon’s EOS-1DX II. This chunky electronic camera body is rather a handful too, weighing in at roughly 1.36 kg. You get a secondary shutter button and dial on the bottom best corner, for when you change shooting orientations. The controls at the back look extremely comparable to those on the Fujifilm X-T3 as there’s a similar, dual-hinged 3.2-inch touchscreen with a 2.36 million dot resolution. There’s a removable OLED EVF, with a crazy high 5.76-million dot resolution, comparable to the Panasonic S1 and S1R. The Fujifilm GFX 100 body is also dust and weather resistant and is built utilizing a magnesium alloy. The dials for shutter sped and ISO have actually be switched for a LCD show, which shows you the appropriate dials based on the shooting mode you’re in.
The biggest modification though in on the inside. The Fujifilm GFX 100 possesses a rand brand-new 102-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor and is powered by Fujifilm’s X-Processor 4 image processor. According to the company, this is the world’s very first medium format electronic camera to pack in this sort of sensing unit size, while still having PDAF and 5-axis in-body stabilization. 4K video shooting is also supported, approximately 30fps, or you can output 10-bit 4:2:2 uncompressed video footage over HDMI.
Other functions include an ISO variety of 100-12,800, assistance for 16-bit RAW files, a Type-C USB port, and two SD card slots with assistance for as much as UHS-II speeds.For the latest tech news follow EPICdigest on Instagram, Facebook, or Apple News.