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Fujifilm Officially Announces 102-Megapixel GFX100 Medium Format Mirrorless Camera

It can shoot 4K video and it comes with IBIS

Fujifilm officially announced their flagship medium format camera after teasing it to the public for several months. The GFX100 comes with a 102-megapixel medium format sensor that is capable of shooting DCI 4K30 video with support for F-Log and 10-bit output. For stills, the GFX100 can shoot 16-bit RAW and has a 100-12800 base ISO range. The GFX100’s medium format sensor comes with 5-axis IBIS–the first of its kind.

Other features include a removable EVF, full coverage Phase Detect Autofocus, USB-C, built-in battery grip, dual UHS-II SD card slots, tilting touchscreen, and full weather sealing.

The GFX100 will be available starting June 27 for $9,999(~Php 525k) for the body only.

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