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Fujifilm has combined the image potential of a large format camera with the flexibility of a mirrorless camera. This flagship device offers you 102 megapixels, GFX100 boasts up a sensor which is considerably larger than you’d find on a full-frame, 35mm format camera. The company has worked on a whole new sensor to power the high-end camera.

The new 102MP CMOS is merged with Fujifilm X-Processor 4 processing engine to smoothly handle all those pixels. The camera comes with a new Smooth skin effect function that would be helpful in toning your skin, it saves the photographer’s time in the editing phase. Moving on, GFX100 includes a sensor as huge as 43.9 x 32.9 mm. The body of the camera wraps in a magnesium alloy body which is water and dust resistant, along with weather sealing in 95 locations, and a detachable electronic viewfinder which going to help it stay usable in messy conditions.

Overall measurements of the camera are 6.15 x 6.44 x 4.05 inches but it becomes slims to 1.93-inches at the thinnest parts. Inside the camera, there is an integrated vertical chip other than that it is packed with two batteries, a memory card, and the EVF. This makes the weight of the device approximately three pounds.

On the video side, the camera records video at 4K, 30p support 4:2:2 10-bit. It also includes recording in F-Log Rec 2020 and capturing 4:2:2 10-bit uncompressed video through the HDMI port. Other camera ports are USB Type-C, microphone and headphone jacks, and a remote release connector. On the back side, there’s a 3.2-inch 4:3 aspect touchscreen, with 2.36m dots and three direction tilt.

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The highlight of the camera is 5fps continuous shooting with focus tracking at full resolution and 14-bit color (standard is 16 bits) using Fujifilm’s X-Processor 4, the same quad-core processor that’s in the X-T3. 5fps might not sound enough but it’s practically zippy compared to other medium-format models. Native sensitivity of ISO 100 – ISO 12800, with expansion down to ISO 50 and up to ISO 102400, similar to the GFX 50S.

On-sensor phase-detection autofocus (3.8 million PD sensors) covering about 100% of the frame plus the 425-point contrast autofocus as the GFX 50S. Focus sensitivity as low as -2 EV. The next thing you would be surprised to know that this device won’t come cheap. Fujifilm GFX100 is priced at $9,999.95 for the body when it goes up for sale on June 27, 2019.

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