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Fujifilm launches 102-megapixel mirrorless camera (GFX100)

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The sensor is back-side illuminated, so you'll be able to crank up the ISO and capture clean images in low light. Fujifilm said it's the first medium-format camera with full-coverage phase-detect autofocus, with subject tracking and face/eye detection. Thanks to that system, it'll shoot up to to 210 percent faster than the contrast AF-equipped GFX 50R.

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The GFX100 is equipped with in-body stabilization that adds up to 5.5 extra stops of shake reduction. It's also got 30 fps 4K video with 4:2:2 10-bit recording capability.

 

You'll be able to capture 16-bit RAW images, making it easy to draw detail out of shadows and highlights. All of Fujifilm's usual filters, like Velvia, Eterna Cinema and Monochrome are available.The GFX100 also has a new "Smooth Skin Effect" function to flatter your portrait subjects without the need for any post-processing.

The GFX100 is weather sealed "to ensure an exceptionally high level of dust and moisture resistance," Fujifilm said.

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The Fujifilm GFX100 costs $10,000 without a lens. That's actually reasonable for what it is -- for instance, Hasselblad's X1D costs $8,500 but has less than half the resolution. The GFX100 goes on sale starting June 27th.

 

Really curious how much detail this camera will be able to portrait, I'm blown away by my own Nikon D5300 whenever I use it, and that's only 24.1MP.

Denis would probably love getting his hands on this.

 

Source: https://www.engadget.com/2019/05/23/fujifilm-gfx-100-goes-on-sale/

Image Gallery: https://www.engadget.com/2019/05/23/fujifilm-gfx-100-goes-on-sale/#gallery=1045965&slide=7583382&index=0

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That camera looks awkward and weird.


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I wonder what would be the file size for full resolution 10bit png photo (kinda assume it saves in png)

 

wait, 16 bit raw images, that sounds even more mad. 2gb per photo perhaps

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20 minutes ago, AluminiumTech said:

That camera looks awkward and weird.

Looks like any pro level cameras, or lesser ones with a battery grip trying to imitate same. It'll serve a niche.

 

20 minutes ago, hobobobo said:

I wonder what would be the file size for full resolution 10bit png photo (kinda assume it saves in png)

Anyone using this would almost certainly shoot raw.

 

20 minutes ago, hobobobo said:

wait, 16 bit raw images, that sounds even more mad. 2gb per photo perhaps

100MP * 16 bit = 200MB (uncompressed), assuming this is a Bayer pattern or similar sensor it doesn't output RGB at every pixel. It'll probably be lossless compressed so even smaller.


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Cool, too bad I can't afford one.


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16-bit RAW with 100 mpx is the reason anyone would consider this huge beast


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Just now, SeraphicWings said:

16-bit RAW with 100 mpx is the reason anyone would consider this huge beast

Huge doesn't matter when you have tripods


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1 minute ago, rcmaehl said:

Huge doesn't matter when you have good tripods

Put this on a cheap tripod and your camera will fall over, that means more expense for a good tripod


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If you drop 10k on a camera, you can afford a decent tripod.

 

If you drop a 10k camera, you're Linus.


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That's a lotta pixels.


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14 hours ago, porina said:

Looks like any pro level cameras, or lesser ones with a battery grip trying to imitate same. It'll serve a niche.

 

Anyone using this would almost certainly shoot raw.

 

100MP * 16 bit = 200MB (uncompressed), assuming this is a Bayer pattern or similar sensor it doesn't output RGB at every pixel. It'll probably be lossless compressed so even smaller.

This is a medium form factor camera, so the sensor size is massive compared to a regular full frame camera, with a price tag to boot. Even the lenses are expensive (not that's there's many to begin with) because the lenses are much bigger than a normal camera lens of the same focal length.

 

These types of cameras are highly specialized, and are really meant for very large print work, where the large print size would magnify any imperfections caused by grain or noise.

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Looks like a good leap for the world of medium-format digital photography, but it’ll ultimately serve a niche (Fujifilm knows that). 

 

Regardless, would love to give this a go at some point. Those ultra high-resolution stills ought to look good considering that the sensor itself is massive.


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1 hour ago, AlexOak said:

sample image(low light) from fujifilm(Click here for more)

 

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There another one with a woman and damn that thing has detail for a picture...

If there was an 😮 reaction, I'd give that to you.

 

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4 hours ago, ThePointblank said:

This is a medium form factor camera, so the sensor size is massive compared to a regular full frame camera, with a price tag to boot. Even the lenses are expensive (not that's there's many to begin with) because the lenses are much bigger than a normal camera lens of the same focal length.

I haven't looked up the exact sensor size, but based on indirect comments it is only a little bigger than full frame. Similarly I haven't looked up existing "medium format" offerings to compare. 

 

4 hours ago, ThePointblank said:

These types of cameras are highly specialized

19 hours ago, porina said:

It'll serve a niche.

 

4 hours ago, ThePointblank said:

, and are really meant for very large print work, where the large print size would magnify any imperfections caused by grain or noise.

I consider the advantages of medium format in two areas: physical and artificial limitations. Physically, if you go through the calculations for strict equivalence with actually available lenses, the optical differences over full frame are generally marginal and only manifest in some edge cases, if the photographer chooses to operate in that region. So we get to artificial limitations that if one simply wants a higher pixel count, the only reason we don't get it at smaller sensor sizes is manufacturers wont make it. If you took a compact camera sensor, but built it up to only APC-S you'd already be into 100+ MP.


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16 minutes ago, porina said:

I haven't looked up the exact sensor size, but based on indirect comments it is only a little bigger than full frame. Similarly I haven't looked up existing "medium format" offerings to compare.

The Fujifilm camera has a sensor size of 43.8 x 32.9mm, and is 1.7x bigger than a traditional 35mm camera sensor.

 

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2 minutes ago, ThePointblank said:

The Fujifilm camera has a sensor size of 43.8 x 32.9mm, and is 1.7x bigger than a traditional 35mm camera sensor.

That's on area, assuming same aspect ratio that would put the crop factor around 0.77x.


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5 hours ago, AlexOak said:

sample image(low light) from fujifilm(Click here for more)

 

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There another one with a woman and damn that thing has detail for a picture...

As someone who has used the GFX 50R, that's not all that surprising. 

 

The amount of detail you can extract out of a shot is splendid. 


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20 hours ago, AluminiumTech said:

That camera looks awkward and weird.

It may look awkward, but that grip on the side is life saver. Having a firm and secure grip is first step towards good photos, especially if you have to move around a lot during photoshooting or use awkward angles as a photographer. Stuff it's far more awkward to do with a flat thin device like smartphone...

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23 hours ago, AluminiumTech said:

That camera looks awkward and weird.

At first I was reminded of the Sony Mavicas, and other early digital cameras that used Floppy Disks, and other similar mediums.
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But apparently some people like the more squarish shape, vs the shorter rectangular shape you usually see on DSLRs

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23 hours ago, AluminiumTech said:

awkward and weird

have you seen those expensive canon dslrs ?😅😅


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39 minutes ago, Sypran said:

But apparently some people like the more squarish shape, vs the shorter rectangular shape you usually see on DSLRs

It's "normal" on so called pro level DSLRs so kinda makes sense to follow that on anything else intended to be used in a similar way. The integrated 2nd grip can make it easier to work in portrait orientation. e.g.

 

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