Fujifilm GFX100 vs Phase One and Technical Analysis with Eye AF, IBIS Performance, AF Accuracy and More

Here is another major Fujifilm GFX100 roundup, focussed on Matt Granger’s GFX100 comparison with the Phase One and Jim Kasson’s excellent ongoing technical analysis of the Fujifilm GFX100 virtues and shortcomings.

Check it out all down below.

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

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Fujifilm GFX100 vs Phase One

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Free FPS (Fujifilm Professional Services) Coming to USA Soon, Report Says

According to Chris Dodkin*, a new FPS (Fujifilm Professional Services) is going to be launched soon in USA. Chris wrote here:

A new look FPS is supposed to be imminent in the US. Based on ownership of gear rather than paying a boat load of cash each year. Australia have already adopted the new model. I got my info direct from a Fujifilm employee.

Here is how it works:

To qualify, enthusiasts must have purchased at least one qualifying GFX camera body and GF lens; or two qualifying X Series bodies and three XF lenses in the last 24 months, and professional photographers must have purchased at least one qualifying camera body and lens in either X or GFX Series in the last 24 months.

So, by purchasing your gear under the above mentioned conditions, you get access to FPS at no additional costs.

It works like this also in Europe (not sure if in all countries). Check out for example Fujifilm UK here, where you can also read the full terms and conditions.

*Chris Dodkin also published the latest #BB Magazine, with lots of GFX work inside. Check it out here.

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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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Adobe Now Officially Fully Supports Fujifilm GFX100

Just five days ago here, Adobe added film simulation support for Fujifilm GFX100. But as you can see from the screenshot, at that time Adobe still marked the Fujifilm GFX100 support as preliminary.

Yesterday Adobe removed the “preliminary support” notice, so we can finally say that we officially have full Fujifilm GFX100 support.

The Fuji GFX100 itself remains widely out of stock, but there are quite some that had their pre-order shipped and they are all sharing diligently at our massive Fujifilm GFX facebook group.

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Metabones Introduces Hasselblad V to Fuji G mount (GFX) Speed Booster

Metabones CINE Speed Booster Ultra 0.71x
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Metabones T CINE Adapter
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Los Angeles, CA, USA, Aug 16, 2019: Caldwell Photographic Inc. and Metabones® are pleased to announce a new Speed Booster® Ultra 0.71x, exclusively designed for the exciting new Fuji GFX medium format camera. The initial version is specifically optimized for use with the famous Hasselblad V series lenses. This new Speed Booster uses an advanced 6-element design to achieve excellent optical performance at apertures up to f/1.4 when paired with the Hasselblad 110mm f/2 lens.

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