Fujifilm GFX: 100 Megapixels, features
By Jocelyn Longoria 2019-05-21 182 0
The new model will be the first medium-format digital mirrorless camera in the world to have an image sensor with phase detection pixels on the entire sensor, which overcomes the automatic focusing of contrast detection in the detection of a moving subject and offers greater precision in continuous autofocus.
This model will also become the first medium-format digital camera to have the image stabilization mechanism in the body, to significantly expand the purpose of obtaining high resolution handheld images. The camera boasts a significantly improved video recording capacity compared to that of GFX 50S and GFX 50R. It will be the first mirrorless digital camera equipped with an image sensor with dimensions of 43.8 mm x 32.9 mm to support 4K video recording (4K / 30P). This model will be Fujifilm's high-performance camera that offers unrivaled innovation and versatility, as demonstrated by the three "features of the world" that meet the needs of top-level photographers.
Fujifilm GFX 100: features
Fujifilm G Format - image sensor with a resolution greater than 100MP
The camera is equipped with a 102 MP FUJIFILM image sensor ("G Format"), specifically developed for this model. It offers the highest image quality in Fujifilm's history, when combined with the fourth generation "X-Processor 4" image processing engine that offers exceptional color reproduction for Fujifilm and FUJINON GF lenses with very high resolving power. Phase detection AF coverage on the entire sensor (approximately 100% coverage) enables fast and very precise autofocus regardless of the position of the subject within the frame, providing a level of performance that escapes current standards of medium format digital cameras.
The world's first medium-format digital camera with built-in image stabilization function
In general, the greater the number of pixels of an image sensor, the greater the probability of producing images blurred by camera shake. This is why Fujifilm has developed a new image stabilization system for the G Format. This is also the first in the world for medium format digital cameras. This has greatly expanded the possibility of obtaining very high resolution images
The world's first medium-format digital mirrorless camera capable of recording 4K video
The combination of advanced processing capability of X-Processor 4 and the new image sensor with high read speed has allowed the recording of 4K video (4K / 30P, 10 bit), the first in the world for a medium-sized digital mirrorless camera format. The use of the wider image sensor facilitates a lower depth of field, wider reproduction of tones and advanced sensitivity characteristics. This, in turn, makes it possible to record the texture of a subject, the three-dimensional sensation and even the atmosphere of the scene with an unprecedented level of ease.
Light and strong magnesium alloy body with integrated vertical handle
The new camera has the equivalent size and weight of a high-end digital SLR despite having an image sensor that is about 1.7 times the size of a 35 mm sensor. This will be the first GFX camera with an integrated vertical socket, which makes it more robust and comfortable to hold, especially when using large telephoto lenses.
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