The Fujifilm GFX100S comes across as the maker's fourth camera in its GFX line-up equipped with a large format sensor. The GFX100S is essentially a more affordable and relatively portable version of the GFX100 that was unveiled in 2019.
The GFX100S, according to Fujifilm, features the 'world's highest 102MP large format sensor', which is the same as the bigger GFX100. This, along with Fujifilm's 'unique color reproduction technology' should result in 'superior image quality on a whole new level'.
The GFX100S mirrorless camera, despite packing a 102MP large format sensor, is only just a bit larger than a conventional full-frame mirrorless camera but significantly smaller than the GFX100. It also only weighs around 900 grams.
The GFX100S also features in-body image stabilization, and it packs 6.0-stops of five-axis image stabilization mechanism along with an autofocus (AF) function with a high level of speed and accuracy. The mirrorless camera can record 4K 30p video at 400Mbps 10-bit 4:2:0 F-Log internally or 10-bit 4:2:2 F-Log or 12-bit RAW externally via HDMI. Moreover, it supports HLG, HEVC, and 12-bit Apple ProRes RAW formats.
The Fujifilm GFX100S is priced at $5,999 (around ₹4.38 lakh) (Body Only). It will be available starting next month. However, the deliveries are set to begin in March 2021.