Characterised by such extreme high-resolution image capturing, multi-functional feature setup, and 102MP 43.8mm x 32.9mm BSI CMOS sensor, the Fujifilm GFX 100 is tailored to expansive multi-media workflows. It further consists of in-body 5-axis image stabilisation, 4K30p video recording, and an incredible native ISO range of 100-12,800 - Solely compatible with GF series (G-mount) lenses.
Fujifilm GFX 100 Medium Format Camera Body Key Features:
- Highly specialised production tool, handles like a pro-level DSLR
- Well-suited to in-studio and out on location shooting
- 102-megapixel back-side illuminated large format sensor (43.8mm x 32.9mm)
- In-body 5-axis image stabilisation (IBIS) reduces shake by up to 5.5 stops
- Phase detection pixels across the entire sensor affords fast-action AF system
- 4K30p video recording (10bit 4:2:2 externally and 4:2:0 internally)
- Native ISO range of 100-12,800 (expandable from 50-102,400)
- High continuous shooting at 5.0fps
- 5.76-million dot EVF with 100% coverage and 2.6-million dot 3.2" tilting LCD display
- Twin SD card slots and ports for USB-C, external mic and headphones
- Enhanced operability and versatile information displays (battery life, shot count and settings)
- Integrated vertical grip improves stability & holds 1 or 2 NP-T125 batteries
- Lightweight, highly-durable dust- and weather-resistant, magnesium-alloy body
- Expansive range of GF series (G-mount) lenses available
Expanded Fujifilm GFX 100 Medium Format Camera Body Key Features:
Flagship Fujifilm with 102MP CMOS Sensor
As a high-capacity, multi-functional camera system, the GFX 100 is incredibly well-suited to heavy professional photographic and videographic workflows. Utilising a large CMOS sensor consisting of over 100 million pixels, the GFX 100 takes the crown for the highest class resolution mirrorless digital camera ever produced (as of release). Measuring approximately 55mm diagonally and having an effective 102 million pixel count, the internal CMOS sensor works hand-in-hand with the 4th generation X-Processor 4 processor. In short, this delivers industry-leading levels of image quality with an emphasis on exceptional colour reproduction and pin-point detailing, as well as full compatibility with the well-renowned GF series (G-mount) lenses.
Despite the vast pixel count, the large CMOS sensor further employs lower noise, improved dynamic range, and faster readout. With the back illuminated structure encouraging a higher amount of light accuracy and enhanced overall noise performance.
Phase-Detection AF & 5-Axis Stabilisation
As the first within the GFX System to use Fujifilm’s phase-detection AF algorithm, the GFX 100 is praised for its precision and speed. Adopted from the 4th generation X Series cameras (X-T3 and X-T30), this algorithm employs 3.76 million phase detection pixels - setting a new standard in AF speed and precision for large format cameras. This is most prevalent when using alongside prime lenses with an expansive set of focus elements, achieving speed improvement of up to 210% over the conventional contrast AF system.
As a general rule - the higher the pixel count, the higher the likelihood of camera shake. However, Fujifilm designed an in-body image stabilisation (IBIS) system specifically for this new 102MP large format sensor. This provides 5.5 stops of image stabilisation, when connected to the Fujifilm GF 63mm f2.8 R WR Lens.
Unique Colour Reproduction Tech
By combining the newly developed image sensor with the X-Processor 4 processing engine, the GFX 100 has the capacity to support 16-Bit RAW mode. The GFX 100 further supports 16-Bit TIFF in-camera file conversion, as well as providing ultra high 100MP+ resolution and rich colour and tonal reproduction in Film Simulation modes. To further enhance the post-production process, utilise the Smooth Skin Effect function, which automatically smooths the skin tones - a tool often used in post processing when shooting portraiture.
4K Video with 10-Bit Colour Depth
Characterised as a large format camera, the GFX 100 has the capacity to shoot 4K at 10 bit 4:2:0 (4:2:2 external recording via HDMI) 30fps. This is a first for large-format consumer mirrorless digital cameras employing a sensor larger than the 35mm format. When the standard 17:9 format is selected, the GFX 100 records with a sensor area that is larger than the vast majority of high-end cine cameras. This affords a shallow depth of field, wide tonal range, and high ISO sensitivity suited to pro-level video recording. You are also provided with enhanced detail and texturing, in addition to clearly defined shapes and lines within the frame.
The GFX 100 also supports the high-efficiency H.265/HEVC codec, as well as F-Log and Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) for recording HDR footage with ease. As the first model within the GFX Range to incorporate ETERNA Cinema Film Simulation mode, the GFX 100 facilitates high-end cine work, multi-media workflows, and creative decision making.
The dual-LCD monitor system affords a 1.8” sub LCD monitor integrated within the top panel, as well as a 2.05” sub-monitor on the back of the GFX 100 body. This allows for a more uniform and continuous workflow, with key information displays such as EXIF data, histogram, and access to variable camera settings. You can, therefore, allocate information to each of the two monitors, which then allows for a de-cluttered viewfinder and overall improvements to efficiency. To match the dial-based operations of previous GFX camera systems, the GFX 100 utilises a Virtual Dial mode. This displays a virtual dial on the top LCD sub-monitor that can be actively rotated and adjusted via the front and rear Command Dials.
Robust Exterior Construction
As the first Fujifilm mirrorless digital camera system to incorporate an in-built vertical grip, the GFX 100 maintains a thinner form-factor that is comfortable and balanced in-hand. This is even when accommodating for IBIS and 2 separate batteries within the body. To further support on-location shooting, the GFX 100 employs weather-sealing in 95 separate locations across its entire frame. This advances the levels of dust- and moisture-resistance, which then contributes to its overall reliability and user-functionality.
High-Definition EVF System
Inherited directly from the GFX 50, the high-powered GFX 100 implemented a detachable EVF system that can be adjusted to varying angles alongside the EVF Tilting Adapter EVF-TL1. Utilising the highest resolution 5.76 million dot OLED panel, the GFX 100’s high-definition EVF unit has a magnification ratio of 0.86x. It also contains 5 optical glass elements (including aspherical elements), and has been designed specifically to match the extreme focusing accuracy required from the 102MP CMOS sensor.
The GFX 100 is complemented by such a vast and versatile range of GF Series lenses. When combined, you are able to capture such dynamic detail that only a large CMOS sensor can. This includes key 3D definition, edge-to-edge atmosphere, and overall colour-accuracy. In addition to the GF lens series, the GFX 100 delivers unparalleled performance when combined with classical lens systems designed specifically for medium and large format cameras.
What’s in the box?
- 1 x Fujifilm GFX 100 Medium Format Camera Body
- 1 x EVF-GFX2 Interchangeable Electronic Viewfinder
- 2 x FUJIFILM NP-T125 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
- 1 x FUJIFILM BC-T125 Battery Charger
- 1 x Plug Adapter
- 1 x FUJIFILM BCP-002 Body Cap
- 1 x Shoulder Strap
- 2 x Metal Strap Clip
- 1 x Clip Attaching Tool
- 2 x Protective Cover
- 1 x Cable Protector
- 1 x Hot Shoe Cover
- 1 x Connector Cover
- 1 x Sync Terminal Cover
- Limited 1-Year Warranty
Fujifilm GFX 100 Medium Format Camera Body Product Video:
Fujifilm GFX100 100MP Medium Format Body | Hands-on Review
How fast is the initial start-up time? Is there an excessive lag between shots?
The start-up time takes less than second, whilst the lag time is incredibly short for a medium format camera system.
Which Fujifilm lenses are compatible with this GFX 100 camera body?
The GFX 100 consists of a Fuji GF mount, which affords full compatibility with the GF mount lens range.
How do the mechanical shutter and electronic shutter differ?
The mechanical shutter is well-suited to fast moving subjects, but then the electronic shutter comes into its own when requiring fast shutter speeds instead of an ND filter - this allows you to shoot at 16,000th of a second.
How do Canon EL Lenses cope when paired with the GFX 100?
When utilising a specific lens mount, the Canon EL Lenses are still not designed to cover such an expansive sensor, which means that the overall image quality and results will vary massively.
Does the GFX 100 use the full sensor when recording 4K video?
Characterised as a large format camera, the GFX 100 has the capacity to shoot 4K at 10 bit 4:2:0 (4:2:2 external recording via HDMI) 30fps. This utilises the entire sensor, with no visible cropping.
Is this the only Fujifilm line that is 16-bit colour?
The GFX 100 and GFX 100S are the only two Fuji camera systems that are 16-bit RAW colour.
How do you go about tethering the GFX 100 to a laptop?
To tether the GFX 100 to a laptop system, it requires access to a USB-C cable and Capture One or Adobe Lightroom.
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