The latest GFX series will have 102 megapixel resolution. There are not many details about the latest GFX series. But, the concept is to create Fujifilm’s flagship model with the highest performance. Besides, it is also to create innovative features are fully capable of meeting the diverse needs of professionals and amateur photographers. How about the feature?
This latest GFX series has sensors up to 102 megapixels. It was claimed as the highest resolution for Mirrorles camera. In addition, the latest GFX series is equipped with X-Processor 4. This processor is also used by the two previous series. The sensor will continue to be 43.8 x 32.9mm. Which as mentioned above, it is 1.7 times larger than a full-frame image sensor. This autofocus allows to track moving objects. Besides, it can produce more precise autofocus.
In the third series of GFX, a new built-in image stabilization system was developed. This system will be included in a medium format digital camera. This makes image stabilization work with all types of lenses. So that the sensor produced becomes 102 million pixels. The same chip is apparently also present in the Simulation features of the GFX 100. Which has been a hallmark of the X-Series for a long time
The latest GFX series is the first medium format camera equipped with an internal image stabilization system. So there is no need to depend on a tripod for use. The next feature is capability of shooting 4K videos (4K 30p 10bit). It also said it’ll be the first time ever that 4K movies are produced by a medium format mirrorless.
The latest GFX series will also offer image stabilization. This makes it the first mid-format digital camera with IBIS. The lack of stabilization is seen in the 50-megapixel GFX camera. However, Fujifilm quickly corrected this deficiency. This will be curious to see how well the image stabilization function works because it will be large enough to shoot 102 megapixel images reliably.
In the latest GFX series a new built-in image stabilization system was developed. This system will be included in a medium format digital camera. This makes image stabilization work with all types off lenses. So that the sensor produced becomes 102 million pixels.
High resolution does not seem to be fully told, especially on the full features of the capabilities of the latest GFX series. In addition, this camera is also rumored to make a significant increase compared to its two predecessors. That is on the system phase-detection autofocus (PDAF). With PDAF, pixels are scattered throughout the sensor cross section, making it more skilled at locking focus on moving subjects, while being more accurate in continuous autofocus mode.
Two Previous Series of GFX
The GFX 50S and GFX 50R are the two series released by Fujifilm this year. The two previous series have medium format too. Based on DPRiewev GFX 50S uses a 51.4MP. Medium Format CMOS sensor with a Bayer filter array. Just like its smaller sensor siblings, the cameras offers retro-styling and direct controls. All of it is wrapped inside a well balanced mirroles body. The Fujifilm GFX 50R is a 50 megapixel rangefinder-styled medium format mirrorless camera.
In latest series most of the components are the same as the GFX 50S, including the sensor and processor. But, Fujifilm rearranges the latest series into a slightly smaller and cheaper package. At present, three lenses are available for the system (although availability seems to vary by region).
And Fujifilim also uses a lens type GF 63mm f / 2.8 R WR for $ 1500. GF 120mm f / 4 Macro R LM OIS WR. Fujifilm also added the Fmm.5 50mm-equivalent ’50mm pancake’-style lens to the line.
The Release Date
This latest GFX series will be released early next year. Even though the certainty is unknown. However, this camera will be sold at a price of 10,000 USD. With the release of the latest GFX series, it further strengthens that Fujifilm is not interested in mirrorless full-frame. Fujifilm’s confident that people will be able to look past of that. That’s why the company is focus on the potential of having 51.4 megapixels at their dispoal for still.