Fujifilm GFX 100 Body
The GFX 100 is Fujifilm’s latest medium-format digital camera body. Its all-new CMOS sensor boasts over 100 megapixels of resolution with up to 5.5 stops of in-body image stabilization as well. This new sensor also features 3.76 million on-chip phase-detect pixels, with 425 selectable focus points that cover nearly 100% of the sensor.
The new X-Processor 4 provides enough computing power to allow the camera to shoot up to 5 fps, with a raw buffer of 13-frames when shooting 14-bit raws (16-bit raw are at 2.5 fps), an unprecedented level or performance for a 100MP medium format camera! Video specifications are impressive too, with 4K recording at 29.97p over the full, medium format sensor size, at a rate of 400 Mbps. If you are using an external recorder, you can capture 10-bit 4:2:2 footage via the HDMI port, and you have access to all of Fujifilm’s highly regarded film simulations, as well as F-Log Rec 2020 capture. You can even capture 1080p at 59.94 fps, for some mild slow-motion capability.
To help when framing those 100 MP stills, or shooting that 4K video, the GFX 100 has a massive OLED electronic- viewfinder, with a whopping 5.76 million dots and a magnification of 0.86x, which offers an immersive experience while shooting. The rear touchscreen LCD a 3.2”, 4:3 aspect ratio unit with 2.36 million dots and it tilts up/down/sideways, like Fujifilm’s other top end camera bodies. Also, the EVF is removable and the camera can either be used without, or you can attach a tilt- adapter in between, just like on the GFX 50S, to allow for very flexible EVF viewing in awkward situations.
For more details: NEW! Fujifilm GFX 100 Medium Format
Read: Full Specifications (on Fujifilm’s website)