Fujifilm GFX100 Reviews: Groundbreaking Features, Justified Price and it Will Leave you Extremely Satisfied

Fujifilm GFX100 Reviews

ePhotozine published their full Fujifilm GFX100 review. From their conclusions:

The Fujifilm GFX 100 offers a whole host of groundbreaking features, starting with an excellent 100mp BSI CMOS medium-format sensor, combined with high-quality lenses and excellent image processing (and colour reproduction), and you get exceptional results. What’s even more impressive is how easy the camera is to use, whilst still obtaining results that impress. Thanks to the in-body sensor-based image stabilisation, you don’t have to worry about taking all your shots on a tripod, or using a self-timer.

The negatives we mention below are somewhat of a given, considering you’re looking at a 100mp camera, it’s to be expected that you’ll need a computer (and storage) that is capable of dealing with 100mp images. There will be those that find the camera too large (and heavy), however, again, the camera needs this space to support two batteries, and the in-body image stabilisation system, both things are particularly beneficial to get the best out of the camera.

It’s the kind of camera that will leave you extremely satisfied.

If you can afford it, and want the best available, then the Fujifilm GFX100 is a camera that delivers the results, and the price is easily justified. The Fujifilm GFX100 is, without doubt, an exceptional, and groundbreaking camera, well worth the money.

Read the full review at ephotozine.

Other GFX100 Reviews

Fujifilm GFX 100: B&H Photo, AmazonUS, Adorama

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GFX 100 Videos

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Amateur with Fujifilm GFX 50R vs Pro with a Google Pixel 3, Matt Granger Fujifilm GFX50R vs Hasselblad X1DII, GFX 50 fake ISO and More

The Fujifilm GFX100 is surely a game changer for the medium format world, and as such the coverage is massive (and sales are excellent).

I had the pleasure to shoot with it, and I can fully understand the hype, and I think it deserves all the best success.

  • DPReview says – Fujifilm GFX100 image quality? It outperforms full frame! Best IQ we ever tested

But as it happens often, when some new gear comes, we tend to forget about “older” gear… but not here on FujiRumors :).

So down below there is a roundup dedicated to the Fujifilm GFX50R and Fujifilm GFX50S.

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Matt Granger Fujifilm GFX 50R Coverage

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DPReview Fujifilm GFX100 Review: “Image Quality? Sensational! The Best We Have Ever Reviewed. Outperforms FULL FRAME”

Fujifilm GFX100

DPReview published their full Fujifilm GFX100 review.

It’s not a perfect camera, but from the image quality point of view, it is simply the best camera DPReview has ever tested.

Senior editor Barney Britton says:

The GFX 100 is the first medium format camera I’ve ever used – film or digital – which doesn’t feel like a compromise. In almost all respects, the GFX 100 handles like a professional DSLR, but with all of the benefits of mirrorless, plus excellent 4K video capabilities and the unimpeachable image quality offered by a cutting-edge sensor. It’s not perfect, and it’s not cheap, but if I was a working professional photographer I’d buy a GFX 100 in a heartbeat.

Compared to other high resolution cameras:

Having said that the GFX 100 significantly outperforms full frame cameras, we should still consider the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R, since it’s able to shoot and combine multiple shots in order to offer resolution and light capture (and hence tonal quality) comparable to a larger sensor. But, while it does so in a smaller, lighter body and doesn’t have any phase detection elements to limit its usable dynamic range, its multi-shot mode only gets its best results when tripod-mounted, and applied to static subjects (and its use of electronic shutter limits its use with strobes). For most high-res applications, the GFX is the simpler, stronger, and yes, more expensive option. […]

 If you need the quality it brings, the Phase One will outperform the Fujifilm, but if you can put up with the (sensational) image quality of the Fujifilm, then its smaller size, image stabilization, increased battery life, attractive JPEGs and video capabilities make it a much more flexible tool for considerably less money.

You can read the full review at DPReview here.

Fujifilm GFX 100: B&H Photo, AmazonUS, Adorama, Focuscamera

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What we like What we don’t
  • Stunning images in terms of both resolution and tonal quality
  • Image stabilization makes it easier to get full benefit of 100MP resolution
  • GF lenses live up to the resolution demands
  • Autofocus is swift and accurate by medium format standards
  • Impressive video quality and specifications
  • Viewfinder is highly detailed and compatible with existing tilt/articulation accessory
  • Twin batteries give solid ‘in the field’ endurance
  • Chargeable/operable over USB
  • Control dials feel small and cheap
  • Autofocus performance isn’t impressive compared to smaller format cameras
  • Portrait orientation grip is slim and slippery
  • Portrait orientation controls don’t mimic normal orientation layout
  • On-sensor AF causes banding, slightly limiting usable dynamic range
  • We found it hard to find a dial setup that worked smoothly

DPRTV Fujifilm GFX100 Review for Video: No Dynamic Range/Low Light Benefits Over X-T3, but MF can Now do Pro Video Work

Fujifilm GFX100

While 99,99% of Fujifilm GFX100 owners will buy the camera for its photographic virtues (the new king of the DPReview lab tests), at the GFX100 launch Fujifilm also highlighted the video capabilities of the latest medium format GFX camera.

And sure, on paper, also the Fujifilm GFX100 video specs are impressive (10 bit internal, 400 mbps, no crop 4K, IBIS etc).

But how does it work in real life for video?

DPReview TV has tested the Fujifilm GFX100 for videos, and here are their findings:

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