27 Jan Fujifilm GFX 100S initial review
Source: DP Review
GFX100S product photography by Dan Bracaglia & Richard Butler
The Fujifilm GFX 100S is the logical next step in the development of the company’s medium format lineup: a 100MP sensor in a single-grip DSLR styled body. But don’t mistake predictability for complacency: the GFX 100S is an awful lot of camera.
Inside its comparatively compact body, the GFX 100S carries the 102MP BSI CMOS sensor from the original GFX 100 mounted within a smaller, more powerful image stabilization mechanism. By blending technology from the GFX 100 with components from the APS-C sensor X-T4, Fujifilm has created a very powerful camera at a comparatively affordable price.
Key specifications 102MP BSI-CMOS 44 x 33mm medium format sensor Image stabilization system rated at up to 6EV Continuous shooting at up to 5 fps with C-AF 4K video at up to 30p with HDMI output of 10-bit 4:2:2 or 12-bit Raw footage Multi-shot 400MP mode for static subjects 2.36M-dot rear touchscreen with two-axis tilt Fixed 3.69M-dot OLED EVF with 0.77x equiv. magnification Lossy, lossless or uncompressed Raw in 16 or 14-bit Twin UHS-II SD card slots NP-W235 battery, rated at 460 shots Out-of-camera JPEG using the Provia film simulation.
ISO 6400 | 1/100 sec | F11 | GF 120mm F4 Macro
Photo by Carey Rose
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