GFX 100 of the Fujifilm photography company has gained attention from the time when it was displayed at the Photokina. In a month you can one for yourself.
The Fujifilm GFX 100 houses a quad-core X-processor 4. In addition to this, Fujifilm’s GFX 100 also has a BSI-CMOS sensor of a medium format that has 102 million pixels.
The ISO ranges from 100-12,800 and this is expandable up to 50-102,400. According to the Fujifilm, the 5-axis image stabilization helps in reducing the shake. And to reduce the shutter shock the whole sensor is mounted on springs.
The body of the camera is styled like a DSLR. The DSLR-styled body reflects a well-built camera body with durability. The GFX 100 approximately weighs 1.4 Kg.
In addition to this, the camera can hold two or one NP-T125 batteries. 800 shots can be taken per charge. Other specifications include twin SD card slots, USB 3.2 (type C) ports, wired remote, external headphones and mic, and HDMI.
Just like in GFX 50S the camera Fujifilm GFX 100 has 2.36 million dots that can tilt in both portrait and landscape orientations. The company says that the new autofocus system in the camera is surely improved. This camera has a hybrid autofocus system. This system includes 3.76 million phase-detect pixels. Fujifilm also says that the autofocus speed is 210% faster.
By the end of June, the camera will be available at a cost of $9999.95. Check Blocktoro for more updates.