Fujifilm has added a fourth camera to its medium-format category and is called the Fujifilm GFX100S. It is a less expensive version of the well-received GFX100 that was launched back in 2019. Let us the detailed specifications of Fujifilm GFX100S.
Everything About Fujifilm GFX100S
The GFX100S features the same 102MP back-illuminated medium format sensor as its predecessor. If you’re wondering what is a medium format camera, it is larger than a standard 35mm full-frame sensor. The one on the GFX100S is 1.7x times bigger than those found in a full-frame camera. In this way, it provides a better low light performance, shallow depth of field and doesn’t compromise on individual pixel size as the resolution is cranked up.
Even though it packs a much larger sensor than the competition, the company has managed to keep the whole package in a fairly compact body as it is only slightly bulkier than a traditional full-frame mirrorless camera and significantly smaller than its predecessor. In this way, photographers could carry it around and capture moments outside their studio. But do keep in mind that the lenses would be big thanks to a huge Fujifilm G Mount.
In terms of videography, it can shoot 4K 30p videos at 400Mbps 10-bit 4:2:0 F-Log internally or 10-bit 4:2:2 F-Log or 12-bit RAW externally via HDMI. It supports formats including HLG, HEVC, and 12-bit Apple ProRes RAW. The Fujifilm GFX100S has a 3.68M dot OLED fixed viewfinder in combination with a 3.2-inch, 2.36M dot tilting LCD touchscreen. Besides, there is a 1.8-inch LCD screen to display current settings.
It is made out of magnesium alloy and features updated in-body image stabilization to provide up to 6-stops of image stabilization which is 0.5 stops more than the GFX100. It is dust and moisture-resistant and capable of surviving chilled temperature as low as -10°C. In spite of all this, the camera is 20% smaller and 10% lighter than the GFX100.
The Fujifilm GFX100S is priced at $6000 and is one of the cheapest medium format cameras available today. It is cheaper than the Fujifilm GFX100 by about $4000.
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