BHphoto allows you to make your own specs comparisons. All you have to do is to search on BHphoto for a camera and check the box “add to compare” under the product on the search page. You can pick up to four cameras.
Click above to see the unfair comparison (compared to Full Frame), and below you find the fair one (compared to APS-C).
The Omega concept had “direct control for aspect ratio and unusual ‘roller’ style controls“.
It never became reality because of the big shutter mechanism required for the medium format sensor, a problem that could be solved with the global shutter.
Fujifilm displayed even more early Fujifilm GFX concepts at the X summit, such as two X-T camera alike concept and also the progenitor of the current Fujifilm GFX 50R, called Fujifilm SP-X, with sub-ISO dial, a weird tilt LCD screen and no EVF.
Fujifilm’s goal is to create a medium format camera close in size to current mirrorless full frame cameras. Future technology like the global shutter will help to achieve this goal. So the mockups we see today, are Fujifilm’s goal for tomorrow.
You can find the full GFX concept gallery at dpreview.
As far as I can see, the deal runs only with the X-T30 charcoal color and it is not listed under the official Fujifilm deals (list below). BHphoto and Adorama do not offer this deal, where the same combo is sold for $1,400.