Updated: Apr 17, 2021
Released this month (March), the brand new Fujifilm GFX100S camera has been described as one of the most exciting cameras to be announced in recent times.
"There's been a lot of interest in the camera and it's been received really well," said GFX specialist James Gilbert in his session at The Photography Show.
His session, dedicated to showing off the "ultimate large format mirrorless system", explained all the amazing new features of this brand new camera.
These new features include: 3-way tilt LCD, phased detect focusing, 4K30P movie with 120 minute recording capability, and is weather resistant.
The camera also has backlit sensors meaning the light hits the sensor instead of hitting the image circuitry first. This allows for more light to go through and essentially means better photos.
The GFX100S also has a new film simulation in the Nostalgia Negative.
"As we are Fujifilm, we have got our film simulations and the camera. This is a new one we've put onto the GFX100S, it is 'Nostalgia Negative'."
This Nostalgia Negative simulation gives your photos an overall warmer look, recreating the look of old photo album images, reminiscent of American New Colour Photographer from the 1970s.
The features don't stop there. The GFX100S also has the Pixel Shift Multi Shot, which allows you to take "really high resolution images without any false colour."
The camera, which is 500g lighter and 30% smaller than the GFX100, has a sensor size of 43.5mm x 32.9mm, 55mm diagonally.
The camera's slogan "more than full-frame" refers to it being 1.7x larger than full-frame.