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Fujifilm has introduced a new mirrorless camera GFX100. This is the flagship model of the manufacturer, capable of shooting in the resolution of 102 megapixels. A completely new CMOS sensor was developed for it. In addition, the camera is able to retouch photos directly during the shooting, simplifying their subsequent processing.
Fujifilm GFX100 is equipped with a 102-megapixel CMOS back-illuminated sensor with an active area of 43.9 x 32.9 mm, which is about 1.7 times more sensors in full-frame cameras. The novelty uses a proprietary processor X-Processor 4. It not only allows you to shoot in such high resolution but also supports the Smooth Skin Effect function. The camera also has a five-axis image stabilization. According to Fujifilm, this provides up to 5.5 degrees of stabilization when using the GF64mm F2.8 R WR lens. As a result, even with hands, you can shoot at a maximum resolution without a chance to get a blurry frame. Phase autofocus uses 3.76 million pixels on the sensor. Fujifilm claims that such a focus can be 210% faster than the contrast used in the GFX 50R. The base sensitivity is from 100 to 12 800 ISO with the possibility of expansion up to 50 – 102 400 ISO. Supports 16-bit RAW format. There is the possibility of continuous shooting at a speed of 5 frames per second and recording video in 4K @ 30 fps or Full HD @ 60 fps.
The camera is equipped with a removable OLED electronic viewfinder with a resolution of 5.76 million pixels, a 3.2-inch folding touch-screen LCD display with a resolution of 2.36 million pixels and two additional OLED displays (at the top and below the main screen) to display important information. There is also support for two SD cards with UHS-II and Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth wireless interfaces.
Fujifilm GFX100 is made in a magnesium alloy body with protection against dust and various weather conditions. When using two batteries, the camera weighs about 1.32 kg.