Fujifilm’s GFX line of mid-format mirrorless cameras has revolutionized the industry by including a host of state-of-the-art features previously available only in smaller sensor bodies and combining them all with at extremely competitive prices. Perhaps the most compelling option of the series is the GFX 100S, which brings the company’s best sensor in a price-competitive body with top-level full-frame options. This great video review looks at the image quality and performance you can expect from the camera.
Coming to you from Dustin AbbotThis excellent video review looks at Fujifilm GFX100S medium format mirrorless camera. The GFX 100 has been a very well-received camera, offering a 102-megapixel medium-format sensor along with a host of advanced features for under $10,000. The GFX 100S has doubled down on that philosophy by retaining all the features of the GFX 100 except for the built-in handle and cutting the price by almost half to $5,999 (currently on sale for $5,499), making it it becomes a viable alternative to the optional full-frame multiplex and rewrites the model in terms of sensor cost and size. It is certainly an attractive camera, especially for portrait and landscape photographers. Check out the video above for Abbott’s full thoughts on the camera.