Fujifilm it has announced its impressive flagship medium-format camera, the 102-megapixel GFX100. The Fujifilm mirrorless GFX100 is there next medium format camera, the new model joins the GFX 50S and GFX 50R, released in 2016 and 2018. On the other hand, The GFX 100 introduces some major leaps over the prior models, including a much higher resolution, in-body image stabilization, and much faster performance.
Well, the new camera by Fujifilm is just about the megapixel. It has features like with 4K shooting and the camera has a native ISO of ISO 100 and a maximum ISO of 12800.
Fujifilm mirrorless GFX100
On top of the massive resolution, this camera is the highest of any mirrorless or medium-format with some seriously impressive specifications. The GFX 100 has a full-size design; it features an integrated vertical grip and a much larger stance than the typical mirrorless camera. The 102 megapixels is the highest resolution ever offered in a mirrorless camera ever.
Besides that, the size is almost similar to Canon’s EOS-1D X than even Fujifilm’s own GFX 50R. Inside that massive, three-pound frame is a new, 102-megapixel sensor and that five-axis in-body image stabilization system. According to the Fujifilm, it provides up to 5.5 stops of shake correction.
Coming to the technical details, GFX100 can track subjects at up to 5 fps in its continuous focus tracking modes and can focus in lighting as low as -2EV. The sensor measures 55mm diagonally and provides about 1.7 times more surface area than a 35mm “full frame” chip.
Other than this, the camera is the first medium format camera to offer uncropped 4K video shooting. Shooting at 10-bit 4:2:2 4K 30p video, it means that the camera will appeal to serious filmmakers looking for the cinematic look that the large sensor can offer. When the standard digital cinema format (17:9) is selected, the GFX 100 records video with a sensor area measuring 43.8 x 23.19mm. It is larger than many high end cinema cameras. It will be available starting on June 27th for $9,999.95.