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Fujifilm GFX100 Specs Leaked: 5.5 Stops IBIS, Dramatic Eye-AF Improvement, New Smooth Skin Effect and More!

Fujifilm GFX 100

The main specs of the upcoming Fujifilm GFX100, to be announced on May 23, have been leaked by nokishita.

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Fujifilm GFX 100 Specs

  • Equipped with a backside illuminated CMOS sensor with 102 million pixels
  • High-speed image processing engine “X-Processor 4”
  • Achieves high-speed AF with up to twice the speed of the current model and excellent in moving object tracking
  • 3.78 million image plane phase difference pixels are placed on the entire surface of the image sensor (coverage ratio about 100%)
  • The accuracy of “face and pupil detection AF” has dramatically improved
  • In addition to face detection of objects farther away, it is also possible to achieve high followability even when the face turns sideways or is blocked by an obstacle.
  • Equipped with a 5-axis camera shake correction mechanism in the body that has an effect of up to 5.5 steps
  • Equipped with 4K / 30P video shooting function
  • Recording to an SD card 4K 30p 10bit 4: 2: 0, recording to an external media via HDMI 4K 30p 10bit 4: 2: 2
  • The first “GFX Series” to be equipped with “ETERNA” mode
  • In addition to rear liquid crystal monitor corresponding to 3.2 type 3 direction tilt, we adopt 2.05 type rear sub monitor newly
  • The newly installed 1.80 top screen sub LCD monitor can use “Virtual dial mode” to display dial design
  • Newly developed 5.76 million dots organic EL electronic view finder
  • View finder magnification 0.86 times, optional EVF tilt adapter “EVF-TL1” can be attached
  • It supports “16bit RAW” “16bit TIFF” recording
  • Newly developed Smooth Skin Effect, a new function that automatically performs skin retouching
  • We realize small size, light weight of thinnest part 48.9mm, approximately 1400 g (including two batteries, memory card, electronic view finder)
  • High dust and water proof performance and low temperature resistant structure with 95 places sealing
  • First to support “IEEE 802.11ac” as “GFX series”
  • Since two “NP-T125” can be mounted, approximately 800 images can be taken when using the rear LCD monitor
  • Power supply and charge from USB terminal is possible

They do confirm everything we leaked months ago in our exclusive GFX100 media slides leak, and summed up in our “everything we know so far about the GFX100” article. Not much new actually.

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Dear $9,995 Fujifilm GFX100 Coming May 23, Try to Beat these Fujifilm GFX 50 Images – GFX Image Roundup

Fujifilm GFX100 Coming

DO NOT MISS IT: Mega GFX100 Announcement Live-Blogging on FujiRumors.com on May 23!!!

The Fujifilm GFX100 will be announced on May 23 and I have no doubt that it will blow us away in terms of image quality.

Beta testers all around the world are part of our Fujifilm GFX facebook group, and ready to publish images there as soon as the embargo is lifted. Join the group, to be there when this happens.

And yet, you should not wait for May 23 to join the group, since current Fujifilm GFX50R and GFX50S owners are hyperactive in our group and share an astonishing amount of stellar images. A small selection can be found down below.

Honestly, looking at what Fujifilm GFX 50R/S owners deliver already today, the Fujifilm GFX100 will have a tough challenge: raise the image quality by a margin, that people will feel it’s worth to spend $9,995 for Fujifilm GFX 100 (price leaked by Fuji manager here) instead of $3,999 for GFX 50R or $5,499 for GFX 50S.

I doubt that will be case.

On the other hand, the Fujifilm GFX100 is not only about better image quality.

The 100 megapixel GFX will raise the medium format bar in several other aspects, too: it will offer 4K video, IBIS, 50% faster autofocus, a monumental EVF (that attached on GFX 50 will not give any benfit, sadly), a faster processor and more.

At the end of the day, the combination of all this might justify the $9,995 price tag.

But soon we will be able to make up our own mind.

All you have to do, is to follow the non-stop FujiRumors live blogging on May 23. So make sure to join us on Facebook, Flipboard, Youtube, Instagram, RSS-feed and Twitter

And in the meantime, enjoy the selection of GFX images below.

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Fujifilm GFX100 is Coming, Nikon D850 vs Fujifilm GFX, The GFX Drone, GFX 50R L-Plates, GF 100-200 Reviews and More

Fujifilm GFX

The Fujifilm GFX 100 is coming on May 23 (and we have shared everything we know about it here), and while waiting for this mega event and live blog on Fujirumors, we are going to take a look to the current Fujifilm GFX selection.

Fujifilm GFX 50R L-Plates

  • reallyrightstuff – L-Plate for Fujifilm GFX-50R
  • eBay – Peipro Bracket Fujifilm GFX 50R L-plate

Third Party Lenses for GFX

  • fstoppers – Zhongyi Mitakon 65mm f/1.4 for Fujifilm GFX

GFX 50S Reviews

GF Lenses

  • gizguide – Meet the Fujinon GF 100-200 f/5.6 R LM OIS WR – Lightweight workhorse zoom
  • mediumformat – the GF 100-200 F5.6 – Review
  • imaging-resource – Fuji GF 100-200mm f/5.6 OIS WR Field Test: Fuji’s new GF telephoto zoom delivers excellent image quality
  • fcracer – Fujinon GF100-200 review
  • mediumformat – New edition fo the medium format magazine online
  • photographyblog – Fujifilm GFX100 hands on photos
  • pcmag – GF45mm f/2.8 review
  • fstoppers – Complete Review of the Fuji GFX 50S, Part Two: How Does The Shooting Experience Compare to the X-T3?

BHphoto Explora – In the Field: Fujifilm GF 100-200mm f5.6 R LM OIS WR Zoom Lens

GFX Drone – shared at our GFX faceook group here

GFX YOUTUBE VIDEOS

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New Fujifilm G Mount Roadmap Coming May 23

Fujifilm G Mount Roadmap

According a new source, along with the Fujifilm GFX100 announcement on May 23, Fujifilm will also unveil a new Fujinon G mount lens roadmap.

No reliable indication so far that also the Fujiflm X mount roadmap will be updated.

I remind you that back in February, at the wonderful Fujifilm X Summit in Dubai, Fujifilm asked users which Fujinon X and G lenses they should make next, giving us several options to vote for.

So here on FujiRumors we launched a lens poll, based on Fuji’s options, and 15,000+ of you voted. Check out the future lens wishlist result here.

Fujifilm also offered us a firmware wishlist, and 10,000 of you also voted on it. Check it out.

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Did the Panasonic S1/R Fiasco Prove FUJIFILM Did Well to Skip Full Frame?

The Mirrorless Endgame

Some of you think that talking about “mirrorless endgame” or “mirrorless war” is a bit too dramatic. And yes, I actually agree with that, but also not!

I explain:

War” or “Endgame” suggest an epic fight with violent ending. That will definitely not happen. At least not with all camera brands.

While Samsung joined the mirrorless market spectacularly with the Samsung NX1 and left just as spectacularly, by capitulating overnight, other brands will quietly disappear, reducing their products cycles, their innovations, and one day, silently, just stop it all.

The harsh truth is: in a camera market shrinking that fast, it is not plausible to think that everybody will continue grow and prosper.

So we are in the endgame now.

The good news for us customers is: companies lower their prices, beef up their cameras, race for innovation, cover us with firmware love, and fight for every single one of us.

We, the customers, win in any case ;).

About Skipping Full Frame

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