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Cameralabs Fujifilm GFX100 Review: “I’m Struck at How Easy it is to Enjoy 102 Megapixel”

Gordon from Cameralabs published his full Fujifilm GFX100 review.

Down below are his findings:

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Fujifilm Manager: “GFX100 Orders are Incredibly High”. Zack Arias: “I Might Sell my Phase One”

Fujifilm manager Toshihisa Iida was at the Fujifilm GFX100 launch event in India, along with Zack Arias.

It’s a 1+ hour video, that I have conveniently summed up below in a 2 minutes read time for you ;).

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VIDEO SUMMARY

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Fujifilm GFX100 with X-Trans Sensor? These Fujifilm Slides Show 100 Megapixel X-Trans IV Sensor for Best 4K Results

X Trans Fujifilm GFX100?

The following Fujifilm slides have been sent to me (thanks), and they show what evidently is a Fujifilm X-Trans IV sensor with 101 megapixel for improved 4K video performance.

It’s called X-Trans IV, because it is based on the same sensor architecture of the Fujifilm X-T3 / X-T30, just 4 times bigger.

Is Fujifilm planing a Fujifilm GFX100 with X-Trans coming for best 4K video performance?

Let’s go through the slides (that you can see at the bottom of this post):

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Sony launches A7rIV and Says it Rivals Medium Format Image Quality – Signs of Confidence or Nervousness?

Sony launched the Sony A7rIV. You can read the facts and see the live stream again here.

It has a 61 MP full frame sensor, that offers 26 MP in APS-C crop mode. Anyone knows an APS-C Fuji camera with 26 MP out there? It’s all the same sensor wafer, just cut in differnt sizes for X-T3 (26 MP), A7rIV (61 MP) and GFX100 (102 MP).

The Sony A7rIV is a very fine camera, and I know at least one guy, who won’t be able to resist the temptation of buying it.

But one thing really grabbed my attention during the official presentation: the regular reference to medium format image quality.

The first reference comes from a Japanese Sony manager, who says:

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