Fujifilm GFX 100 Digital Cameras

4/5 $15,587 - $15,587

Brand: Fujifilm

Product: GFX 100

Megapixels: 102 MP

Sensor Type: CMOS

ISO Sensitivity: 100 to 12800

Shutter Speed: 1/4000

Focus Type: Auto and manual

Viewfinder Type: Electronic OLED

Screen Size: 3.2 inches

Touchscreen: Yes

Wi-Fi: Yes

Bluetooth: Yes

Weight: 1400 grams

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Fujifilm GFX 100 Medium Format Camera CameraPro Australia

$15,587.00

Fujifilm is currently presenting its new medium-format flagship camera all over the world. One hundred two megapixels with refinements such as body stabiliser and high-end AF. Fujifilm GFX 100 in Australia was released in June 2019. Despite its extremely high-resolution sensor and the gigantic image circle, the GFX100 works like a "normal" full-frame camera, and the weight is not a burden the autofocus, especially the eye recognition - is outstanding.

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The GFX100 is the world's first mirrorless system camera to have a high-resolution BSI sensor with a large-format diagonal of 55 mm and integrated phase detection pixels. The autofocus speed has doubled compared to previous models in the GFX series. There is also precise continuous autofocus with AF tracking of moving subjects. Fujifilm GFX 100 price in Australia ranges from $15000 to $17000 AUD we have set up a few stores from where you can compare the prices and specs of this fantastic 102 megapixels of the camera in lowest price.

The new sensor, which was specially developed for the GFX100 and offered a sufficient resolution of 102 megapixels, measures 55 millimeters in diagonal. It is 1.7 times larger than a sensor in 35mm format. In combination with the X processor 4, outstanding image quality is achieved.

The sensor has 3.76 million phase detection pixels, which are distributed over almost the entire sensor area. They enable quick and precise focusing regardless of the placement of the main subject in the image. This allows a very productive work that was previously not possible with a high-resolution digital camera with such a large sensor. The sensor is illuminated from the rear. This allows the surface of the sensor to absorb more light, which has a positive influence on the noise behaviour despite the high number of pixels. Also, the sensor of the GFX100 offers a broad dynamic range and high-speed signal processing.

The GFX100 is the first mirrorless system camera from FUJIFILM that has a built-in portrait handle. As a result, the housing could be made flatter overall, despite the integrated image stabiliser and the two battery slots. This enables a more comfortable grip position. Besides, the GFX100 offers significantly more precise automatic focusing on the face and eye recognition, which is now used by many fashion and portrait photographers as standard. Face detection now works over longer recording distances, and the AF reliably tracks faces in profile as well as looks that move erratically in the image section or are partially covered.

GFX100's autofocus system sets a new standard for digital cameras with a huge sensor in terms of speed and precision. As the first model of the GFX series, the camera uses a phase-detection AF including an algorithm that was adopted from the fourth generation of the X series cameras, which was praised for its fast and precise autofocus. The algorithm uses 3.76 million phase detection pixels, which are distributed over the entire sensor area.