- Fujifilm has released the FUJIFILM GFX100 II digital camera, a flagship addition to its GFX System lineup.
- The camera features a 102-Megapixel high-speed image sensor and Fujifilm’s 5th generation X-Processor 5 image processing engine.
- It incorporates AI-based subject-detection autofocus, burst shooting performance of 8.0 frames per second, and the ability to internally record Apple ProRes 4:2:2, 10-bit video at 4K/60p and 8K/30p.
- The GFX100 II includes a five-axis, in-body image stabilization, a 1.0x viewfinder magnification, and a large, tilted top panel.
- Two tilt-shift lenses have also been announced for the GFX System: the GF 30mm f/5.6 T/S lens and the GF 110mm f/5.6 T/S Macro lens.
Fujifilm has come out with a new camera that’s so powerful, it’ll make you feel like a professional photographer even if all you’ve ever shot are blurry selfies. The GFX100 II boasts a massive 102-megapixel sensor and an image processing engine that’s so fast, it can process your regret of taking a picture before you even press the shutter button. Not only that, but this camera has AI-based subject-detection autofocus, which means it can tell the difference between a bird, an insect, and a drone. So now you can finally capture that perfect photo of a drone chasing a bird while an insect photobombs the shot. And if you’re into video, the GFX100 II can record in Apple ProRes, a format so fancy that even Hollywood directors will be jealous. But don’t worry, this camera isn’t just for serious, professional photographers. It also has a tilted top panel, because who doesn’t love a camera that knows how to strike a pose? So whether you’re a seasoned pro or just taking your first steps into the world of photography, the GFX100 II has got you covered. Just remember to take off the lens cap before you start shooting, otherwise, you’ll end up with a collection of really impressive black squares.
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