Fujifilm Announces the GFX100: 100+ Megapixels, 4K, In-Body Stabilization, Phase Detection Autofocus, All Under $10,000

Today, Fujifilm has announced the GFX100, their latest medium format camera. With a newly designed sensor with over 100 megapixels, in-body image stabilization, phase detection autofocus that covers approximately 100% of the frame, 4K video, and more, all coming in under $10,000, it looks like an absolute monster of a camera at an impressive price.

The GFX100 carries a bevy of impressive features that should make it a tempting option for many photographers (and potentially videographers). Check out its specs:

  • 102 MP backside-illuminated Bayer sensor
  • Sensor size: 43.8 mm by 32.9 mm
  • No optical low-pass filter
  • 5-axis in-body stabilization with up to 5.5 stops of stabilization
  • Entire shutter assembly suspended by four springs to minimize shutter shock
  • Phase detection autofocus with approximately 100% coverage and 210% faster autofocusing speeds over the GFX 50R
  • Face and eye detection
  • Dual SD slots
  • 16-bit raw
  • ISO range: 100-12,800 (expandable to 50-102,400)
  • TTL 256-zone metering
  • Focal plane shutter
  • 4K at 30p and 400 Mbps and 10-bit
  • F-log Rec.2020
  • 4:2:2 uncompressed HDMI output
  • 16 film simulations
  • 3.2-inch touchscreen, 2.36 million dots with tridirectional tilt
  • 6.15 in. x 6.44 in. x 4.05 in. (including EVF)
  • 6.15 in. x 5.67 in. x 2.96 in. (without EVF)
  • Weight: 1,400 g (49.4 oz) with EVF, two batteries, and memory card
  • Dust and weather-resistant magnesium alloy body with built-in vertical grip
  • 95 weather-sealed points

The GFX100 will be available on June 27 and carries a suggested retail price of $9,999.95. It looks to be quite the exciting camera! Check out more images below. 

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