Fujifilm has introduced a brand new medium format digital camera, the GFX 100S. This new mannequin is actually a smaller, extra accessible model of the GFX 100, which was released in 2019 for $9,999.95.
Just like the GFX 100, the 100S has a 102-megapixel 43.8 x 32.9mm medium format sensor with 100-percent phase-detection AF protection. It’s a full 500g lighter, nonetheless, and has just a few options lacking or tweaked: the EVF is now not interchangeable, for instance, and there’s no choice for a vertical battery grip.
The in-body OIS system is smaller and lighter, however Fujifilm truly says it ought to barely outperform the GFX 100’s with as much as six stops of stabilization for many lenses. That is all because of an upgraded gyro sensor and improved algorithms, in keeping with the corporate.
General, the GFX 100S’ physique is 30 p.c smaller than the GFX 100’s. The controls now function a standard DSLR-style PASM dial, in addition to the digital dials that may be displayed on the 1.8-inch monochrome show on the highest plate. The digital camera has USB-C and Micro HDMI ports, two UHS-II SD card slots, a 2.5mm distant launch, and two 3.5mm sockets for microphones and headphones.
The GFX 100S might be accessible in March for $5,999.95. Fujifilm can be releasing a brand new medium format lens that month, an 80mm f/1.7 that ought to do some to handle considerations over the dearth of quick choices for the GFX system. It’ll promote for $2,299.95.