Fujifilm announced that it will release another model GFX Camera with 100 megapixel sensor.
The yet-to-named camera will also have in-body image stabilization (IBIS), a notable achievement for a medium format camera.
Fujifilm hasn’t provided many details on the camera, though it is expected to cost around $10,000 when it’s released sometime next year.This new model will record videos in 4K.
The new model has a large DSLR-style design similar to the GFX-50S, as opposed to the slimmed-down range-finder looks alike of the new GFX-50R.
It also appears to have an integrated bottom grip, further enlarging its already sizable footprint.
The other players within the medium-format digital camera world include Hasselblad and PhaseOne, each of that have 100-megapixel models on the market already.
Pentax additionally includes a medium-format camera, although its model makes do with 51-megapixels.
New camera from Fujifilm can have AN eye-watering five-figure tag.However it’s still considerably less expensive than the choices from Hasselblad and PhaseOne. This can possible charm to several creation and studio photographers.