But it is clearly way too much ask from professionals to use correct "35mm" term, as they can't even talk about "Full Frame" only in context of "Half Frame" (that is APS-C). Also, choose from 18 different Film Simulation modes, built upon Fujifilm’s heritage and color science know-how, to achieve an artistic vision and even adjust parameters such as tone, dynamic range, clarity, and various effects directly in camera to create special recipies entirely in-camera. Oddly enough, when doing the studio comparison, the 645z couldn't even resolve the peacock feather on the left. The other point completely missed is tonal resolution, because there are cases where this may actually matter -- where you either need fine tonal resolution directly, or because the scene DR is so small that you have to spread it. At approximately 100% coverage, increased auto-focus performance with speed and accuracy is now a complete reality for photographers needing optimum performance in subject tracking, face/ eye detection and low-contrast environments. To suggest this is anything other than "OK", feels like a misrepresentation (Note: referring to AF performance here). Now comes the question of whether it will be a commercial success. Just look at the images of the GFX 100. It looks somewhat mushy. A drop in revenue for Q1 from 12 billion yen to just 4.5 billion Yen on a YtoY basis is a loss of income of 63%. And the photographer starts all the decisions to use specific gear by defining first what are the requirements for the final output. Banding limits DR that can be used.. @Jorginho - but that's not how DPRs scoring system works, because trying to compare a 100MP MF camera with an iPhone, with a single number, would be completely pointless. Fuji engineers put quite a lot of effort into the GFX 100 to differentiate it from all other medium format cameras on the market. This is due to the higher resolution. Harry, I said that result is not same because it is format related, but magnification (like Macro is 1:1 to 10:1 ratio, anything below 1:1 magnification is close-up until 1:10 ratio). Revenue has gone down from 87.9 Billion Yen to 74.6 Billion yen (-15.1%)Operating income - Year to year Q1 2019 from 12.2 billion yen to 4.5 billion yen Q1 2020. If Sony brought forth a 6x7 sized sensor, 200mp or more, for under $30k, with a kit as good (or even just nearly as good) as the Fuji, the 54x40mm sensor would be rendered practically irrelevant. So more confusion, with little gain the style that DPR like to do it. With the ability to apply Fujifilm’s highly respected Film Simulations, record in F-Log Rec 2020, capture 10-bit, 4:2:2 uncompressed footage, and even RAW video data, through the HDMI port, GFX100 should certainly be coming soon to a screen near you. There are many Canon lenses that have image stabilization so not having IBS in the 5DSR is not really a big issue. There's no reason to believe they're not 16-bit. The Year on Year revenue of Fujifilm dropped a whopping 63% over last years Q1 from 12.2 billion yen to 4.5 billion yen. So APS-C is close enough to Half-frame, but of course you will completely disagree... And if someone claims that 99% of photographers knows "full frame" means 35mm sensor, then that is the hyperbole. Excessive. I have a D800E and have not experienced SS issues but note, I've not researched SS issues with the D800. GFX 100: 102 megapixel backlit illuminated Bayer sensor GFX 50S: 51 megapixel Bayer sensor. Not 16-bit RAW just 14-bit like all other manufacturers offer. You said it yourself "Control dials feel small and cheap" and I don't need to hold one to see that vertical grip is like an afterthought. Review: Does the Canon Rebel T8i DSLR make sense in an increasingly mirrorless world? We're glad you asked. I prefer Richard's version. The world around you changes the moment you hold this camera in your hand. SLR owning happy snappers were not really so common most had a compact of some sort.The beginning of the DSLR era was a bubble for camera manufacture now the bubbles burst and it's back to reality for them. Twice the surface - one stop advantage. All I know is that the Fuji cameras I have held all look great, but feel cheap for lack of a better word. Vaporware no more: the much-speculated-about Zeiss ZX1 has arrived. The pupil or the reflection of someone/something in the distance? @xjuanx it's because it blows away any other MF camera and operation wise, it's closer to a DSLR, FF camera. RAW quality has hit the limit, the roof on the dpr scale. Higher end APS-C Fujis would leave it in their wake as would the Nikon D500 if we are talking 'do-everything. When anyone says FF it is understood by 99% of photographers to be 35mm. Not 90 vs 85 or so which I understand. Fujifilm has announced a special version of its 100MP GFX 100 for infrared imaging. https://madsbjerke.com/2019/07/27/fujifilm-gfx-100-macro/. Planning to treat yourself to a new full-frame camera this holiday season? A 60% difference which is almost identical to the difference between 864 mm2 (FF) and this sort of Medium format (1452 mm2). Look, in many cases FF costs as much or even less than crop. PhotoRotterdam,Yes you got the point. That was before the new Sony. Setting it up to archive documents (like a rostrum camera), it might be worth adapting a mechanical manual focus lens instead. I surely don't need that kind of resolution for anything, but I'll be damned if it doesn't bring back the fun of pixel peeping! Why would DPR change what is already standard convention??? Fuji will probably come out with a new model that has a more modern sensor and some more bells and whistles as well. View our sample gallery to see how a bit of shift can change a photo or introduce creative effects. Go Fujifilm!!! And to be honest, I don't see MF taking off significantly any time soon, partially because not many people need 100MP and if Sony's a7R IV can prove that a FF at 61MP can produce good results, then we may not necessarily need the extra cost and bulk of a 100MP MF camera. I think eventually MILCs will go the way of the Dodo. The Canon RF 800mm F11's unique combination of telephoto reach, affordability and light weight will likely enable even more people to do the same. Or in broader sense that they are pretty similar. By using the site you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy. ", Large Format > Medium Format > Small Format. The dedicated camera market is unsustainable over the medium to long term unfortunately. racin06 If your correct then Fujifilm is gonna feel the squeeze of larger FF sensors biting into the profits of their successful APSC. GF lenses would not let me do it right. Plus, Fuji is giving Sigma and PhaseOne a run for their money (not to mention Hasselblad although I consider them to be a separate category even though they are also MF--Fuji is more towards the budget/enthusiast market, Hasselblad is marketed more towards the professional market). But that is everyones own risk to take if they don't have capital in first place to buy it and then utilize it in their work. I'm thinking weight and bulky size would be an issue. "Does this make it the ultimate do-everything camera? I don't agree that it retains the same level of detail. APSC and FF are widely considered as different categories, while (no matter how much it tweaks your nose) all the MF cameras Richard refers to, are considered one category. If it can help me take photos where I usually cannot (faster and more accurate autofocus, better handling).See, with butterfly's you sometimes need to be real fast and flexible. And, if we're being pedantic about formats, full frame is a reference to the original formats for which the EF, K, A, R and F-mounts were designed, at a time when APS-C (which is not half frame). Make a smaller, classical consumer cameras with APS-C, and then for high quality demanding audience a medium format. One is FF (36x24) and the other is MF (44x33). SONY, please make a 6x6-6x7 sensor camera and make it as small as possible, well, their venture capital "owner" left the ship already, according to rumors, so yes, maybe but rather doubtful, AND you can even crop the camera into something small and affordable - the x-t3. Using filters and post production techniques to adjust the images may defeat the high resolution attributes of the camera. This was my comparison point every bit as much as full frame was. "...From the point of view of image quality alone, the GFX 100 is the best camera we've ever reviewed (though its larger sensor 150MP peers should out-perform it)...". When it is AF it is. Fujifilm's latest lens is a sharp, reasonably compact and well-built wide-angle for the company's GFX medium-format cameras. When Canon made the 5DS/R dpreview said it could not be used outside a studio environment. And that means shallower DoF, which not is desirable in macro photography. By raising the bar in large format auto-focus performance, being one of the first large format systems to have in-body stabilization, and providing filmmakers with a way to push the limits of wide format 4K/30p motion capture, GFX100 is not only reshaping how images are being made, but it is also redefining large format for the world’s next generation of image makers. The sensors in it, for instance, are already more than 5 years old. I can't hardly believe it in context with all their other beautiful cameras. I suspect the only way to offer intermediate options, such as a replacement to the GFX 50S, is by de-contenting their top-tier model. It's still pretty niche, though. Sure, I guess that depends on what you feel is acceptable focus, but it looks consistently behind the rider. With a sensor size of 43.9mm x 32.9mm, GFX100 offers filmmakers a viable alternative in achieving their creative visions. @Tommi - Don't be daft, everyone is well aware that 8x11 exists...at least in the film world. And that's the main argument here. ", And then this"Only by a hair, but it was enough: the Fujifilm GFX100 sold better (pre-orders included) than the Fujifilm X-T3.". With a 1.8x squeeze, the lens produces a more pronounced anamorphic effect than the 1.33x lenses offered by Sirui, albeit at a much higher cost. The sales of middle- and high-end models were strong including FUJIFILM X-T30 launched in March 2019, and FUJIFILM GFX 100 launched in June 2019. The camera is "doomed"? The 'One Shot' documentary highlights the incredible amount of preparation and work involved in photographers capturing iconic moments in Olympic history. I'd say 80'ish percent of them are unacceptably un-sharp. Fujifilm GFX 50R. Sure, but you need sensor that is able to capture that detail (contrast). You're forgetting the need for bigger lenses to cover that bigger sensor. There are a lot of photo/video cameras that have found a role as B-cameras on professional productions or A-camera for amateur and independent productions. It's a huge sensor yet it looks like a M43 sensor in that body. So back to the original question of it being the ultimate one camera solution. Yes, but that's not the case here. The Sony sensor in the GFX100 has two selectable bit outputs, 14bit and 16bit. The Fujifilm GFX 100 combines the highest resolution we've ever tested with features such as image stabilization, on-sensor phase detection and 4K video capture that you don't usually find in medium format cameras. Its just placebo, ofc those images cant pop out. Yes, a comparison with a PhaseOne and a Hasselblad H6D camera, in terms of how to work with those systems, through the eyes of a professional who depends on these systems, is very welcome. Macro range is 1:1 to 10:1 and it has NOTHING to do with the sensor/film size.Close-Up range is 1:1 to 1:10 and again has nothing to do with sensor/film size.Photomicrophotography is 10:1 to far higher magnifications. The object coverage is then 50 %. The GFX 100 is no sports camera, but its AF system is pretty snappy if compared to other medium format cameras. By raising the bar in large format auto-focus performance, being one of the first large format systems to have in-body stabilization, and providing The camera has 5-axis in-body image stabilization, a hybrid autofocus system with nearly 100% coverage and both DCI and UHD 4K video with 10-bit 4:2:2 output. One more example, where the object (butterfly) is the same (width 36 mm), distance to the object is the same, focal length is the same, lenses are 1:1 macro and finally, both cameras have a 50 mega pixel sensor, but of a different size. - Right this is why Fujifilm just released their financial results for Q1 2020 and guess what? My X-Pro1 was a camera I wanted to love but it felt 'hollow' for lack of a better word with mushy buttons. GFX100 pairs a back-illuminated 102MP imaging sensor with our blazingly fast X Processor 4 processing engine to create a combination capable of outputting 16-bit images with amazing color fidelity, rich shadow detail, and incredible dynamic range. The figures are..... quite dramatic for the imaging business so to say! If you have skills and you can get clients, you can pay that system back in a month or a two. I don’t think this trying to compete with FF. Don't believe me, call Fujifilm tell them you are interested in the GFX100, go and attend a roadshow and ask the technical guys from Fujifilm the same question and you will get to hear the exact same answer. Seems like Fujifilm is unable to attract enough new customers from Canon and Nikon any longer to sustain their level of revenue now CaNikon have entered the MILC market. This is the first time I’ve seen a perfect Image Quality (for RAW) rating for a camera on DPReview. In a year when social distancing became a way of life overnight, Senior Editor Barney Britton maintained a small sense of connection via the Fujifilm X100V. Sometimes I get the impression that it's the verbiage DPReview uses and the premise its based on that creates the problem(s) for me; it strikes me as a means to getting clicks and views...it's the of the use of adjective "ultimate" that I find misleading. I use Fujifilm and love it. The best cameras for under $1000 should have good ergonomics and controls, great image quality and be capture high-quality video. I think GabrielZ is correct. But they're metal dials in a weather-sealed body, so we didn't double-count it in the build quality section. As MF and those with means it looks awesome. All content, design, and layout are Copyright © 1998 - 2020 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. Chris and Jordan take a look at the new Sigma 35mm F2 and 65mm F2. Meaning you can get same quality out of 10Mpix than with a 50 Mpix.Like example 8x11" print: https://www.dpreview.com/galleries/7443001054/photos/3585963/image10https://www.dpreview.com/galleries/7443001054/photos/3585957/digitalhttps://www.dpreview.com/galleries/7443001054/photos/3585958/printed. While the pseudo-medium GFX format is a lot more expensive and it doesn't really offer much extra oomph with native lenses. they are fast ,depending on what type of lens. This quote from the start of the article. 16bit raw as being useless since forever even on hassy and phase back. They will sell as many as they can produce, just like the GF lines that preceded it. I would say the GFX-100 is selling a whole lot for its type of camera. All the talks about sensor sizes, lens sharpness, resolution, dynamic range etc are waste of time as no one who has commitment to produce high quality photographs is going to release photos out of the camera and raw. There are 2 things to note with the 16 bit files: (a) AF striping (which has been reported already in the MF forums here some time ago), and (b) the colors are actually still good, even after the 6 stop push. Il risultato sono immagini da 400 megapixel in cui ogni punto dell'immagine il sensore ha campionato tutte le componenti colore. If Sony created such a kit- Sony would have the premium MF segment to itself. A well written review. The 100 is painfully slow both in FPS and continuous AF compared to mirrorless alternatives costing 1/3. Excelling with still photography applications, the 102MP 43.8 x 32.9mm BSI CMOS sensor achieves impressive image quality with high sensitivity […] And for me the camera outweighs any cons from other medium format cameras. It helps me use lesser artificial lighting than usual. Big, slow and massively expensive. Given the versatility of the GFX100, it might be quite a rare beast. Quite surprised by the size - seemed smaller than I thought it would be. The Fujifilm GFX 50S is a mirrorless medium format camera produced by Fujifilm.It was the first camera featuring the Fujifilm G-mount.The camera was announced by Fujifilm during the photokina 2016 exhibition in Cologne, Germany, and production began at the start of 2017.The camera was available for sale from February 28, 2017.. There is also the new-tech 150MP IMX411, but the much larger 53x40mm sensor is of course incompatible with anything that Fuji is offering. Elevating the user experience as a whole.I am an X user for years and the transition to the GFX100 is way too familiar with its intuitive controls. FUJIFILM’s Film Simulation is superb and allows me to choose a superb colorimetry right from the shooting, despite the fact that I shoot in RAW because I will be able to find and modify these film simulation choices in the post-shooting image processing software. The Leica Q2 Monochrom is a version of the Gold Award-winning Q2 that only shoots images in black and white. When we first reported on the alleged ransomware attack back in August, Canon said it was 'investigating the situation.' I need to get close to my subjects (butterfly's, dragonfly's and snakes) anyway.For me a big sensor is troublesome because I have to get even closer to the subject in order to fill the screen, or use even longer focal length lenses, both of which only reduces the DoF. The distance to the display is usually 60 cm, but sometimes even 40 cm (I have a very good near vision). Yet the banding issue limits this camera’s sensor to about only 13 stops of DR. The Fuji GFX 100 incorporates a 102-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor. Technical Editor Richard Butler's pick was the unusual lens that gave him the opportunity to try something new. This isn't to take away from the GFX 100's performance but it would be inappropriate for me not to acknowledge that, if money really is no object, there is a class of cameras beyond this. I noticed it pretty reduced moire. Fujifilm’s legacy in color science has helped create one of the most widely-acclaimed digital color processing engines in the world. And higher in commercial shooting you go, far more there is editing and adjustments done. 2019 saw plenty of new cameras released, some of which were very important - and seriously impressive. That just depends on what one wants to do. Target is 1:2 in the sensor, but due to bigger it would mean cropping.In practice, I could use 120 mm down to the 60 cm distance, not closer than that.That would probably mean 1:3,5. Excerpt of the report: https://www.fujifilmholdings.com/en/pdf/investors/finance/materials/ff_2020q1_001.pdf. Fujifilm's 3.00 firmware update adds a new Pixel Shift Mult-Shot mode to its GFX 100 camera that works alongside a new Pixel Shift Combiner program to output 400MP Raw images made up from 16 individual still images. We don’t normally work with a lot of movement on stills, but when we, for example, shoot models moving, having autofocus we can trust is essential. The GFX, as a medium format camera, is evaluated in comparison to other medium format cameras, and not against other sensor formats. (Heck people complained about the cost of the a7R IV and the NIkon Z7/D850). This year, despite the disruption, plenty of amazing cameras, lenses, accessories and other products came through our doors. But even they say that this is not representative of the community and not total sales. So re-trying the test or just portraying it as inclusive might have made more sense. "If you do magazines or books, 4-5 Mpix is enough for that..". GFX100 combines decades of experience, knowledge, and research into a mirrorless large format camera that redefines the boundaries and limitations of how photographers and filmmakers creatively express themselves. And dropping 20-30k a year for a hobby is not too much to ask from mediocre income person. The camera's 102 Megapixels are what attracts the attention, but the GFX 100 brings a lot more than that. With people like you humanity is doomed. You guys know this as well as anyone else, so why is this question posed as premise in your comment when you already know the answer is "No."? It is about Gold and Silver. First, that question about it being the ultimate do-everything camera we should take a rhetorical one. This is no different than building a multi million dollar mansion home with rooms you'll never use. That would depend, a tiny thumbnail perhaps (that is about the only circumstance), Based on my analysis, I'd say it is 600 times better. Where mFT is not forgiven, certainly not Panasonic, Its AF is not bad at all, it is very good actually. You can adapt faster FF lenses to GFX cameras. The Fujifilm GFX 100 is the 100 Megapixel medium format camera that the company has been promising since Photokina 2018. They may have used some dated parts, but did so with aggressive pricing in mind. Bigger sensor does gather more light, but with no fast lenses available the TOTAL amount of light is more with 135 sensor cameras with f/1.2 and f/1.4 lenses than this Fuji with f/2, not to mention f/2.8. NicoPPC - Fujifilm is currently doing worse than Nikon.... That's a BIG problem not minor. The image quality is ridiculously wow!!! Shutter lag? The GFX 100 uses a twin-grip design, and no dedicated dials which radically changes the way the camera handles. So basically:GFX 100 as a camera could do better (IQ), but surely it is slower.Camera may do, but the lenses available do not.I usually do not crop at all, I want to get close enough to fill the screen correctly. Just once I would like to see any of the GFX compared to a medium format camera rather than a DSLR. 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Been using it for one month now, weddings, family portraits, landscapes, studio, events. The GFX100 is also too new to have outsold the XT3 in any way. We took a look at the field and selected the Panasonic S1H and GH5 as the best cameras for serious videographers. If it isn't Fuji is straddling and should have put a foot down in FF. It's a niche (and pricey) product to be sure, but so far we find it to be well-designed and capable of outstanding results. Enjoy life and stop stressing about everything. Sometimes I am amazed what people are getting worked up about: if you take macro, handheld, nature photographs, get a camera that fits your use case. It does not set a size standard or mean anything in terms of what is best. Macro with a 8x10 large format camera is a full headshot, not something that some would even thought about as Macro for those is anything that is size of few millimeters etc or that is filling a 35mm sensor size. I'd LOVE to see a comparison of PRINT sizes done by DP Review staff on prints made by this camera, full frame, and other crop sensor cameras- up to 20x30 prints. I recently attended a GFX100 roadshow and when I asked the technical guys from Fujifilm Germany about sensor 16-bit RAW their answer was that the sensor is capable of 16-bit RAW however the output is still 14-bit RAW.... Now stop talking and blaming others over marketing as Fujifilm does exactly the same. With a medium format, a f2 lens delivers super thin DOF which is already very hard to use (at 100mp). 1:2 is same regardless the format. The Fuji is sharper than the LX100 but the amount of detail is about the same. Spotted one in Quebec two weeks ago. How would this camera, the GFX100, perform for concert photography? Great camera for sure, and reasonable size (compared to Panasonic SR1?) Now with the 100 MPIX Fuji you will "get the most out of 100 megapixels even when you leave the studio behind you". I sure hope that's a sarcastic remark. With MF:The final product is the photo file where the butterfly is now not as wide as the whole photo, but 36/44 of the width of the photo. They have their fingers in many pies. A canon EOS M100 has gold too.The GFX100 seems to be special in it's category, that's why the dpreview staff thinks it's worth to give it a gold award. $5k maybe, but then there is the cost of lenses, which is not too appealing to me. To be biased means you use a double stadand and too often I see this happening here. OTOH, S1 users should still be happy about the resolution boost from 24MP regardless. Check out the winners of the 2020 DPReview Awards! Hope the platform catches on and companies like Sigma produces fast primes. no IBIS, and stripping out other features. Also 1:2 in MF is not the same as in FF. Detachable EVF-GFX2 electronic viewfinder: 5.76M-dot OLED, 100% coverage, 0.86x magnification (35mm eq. https://blog.kasson.com/gfx-100/visual-comparisons-of-fuji-gfx-100-14-and-16-bit-raw-precision/. In the GFX50 R results is plenty of moire, one of the downsides. Which also means that things are somewhat more complex, and assuming that a similar / same DR for 14 and 16 bit leads to the same results is blindingly ignoring certain computational basics in connection with digitized analogue signals (assuming that no dithering is applied). for such a larger sensor. Focus drift sounds like a non-trivial problem for something geared towards studio and product shoots, no? There's no reason that this 44x33 mini-medium format should be considered to be "untouchable" or in an "entirely different category" merely by virtue of being somewhat larger than 36x24. A lot of thoughtful answers. Could you define “slow”. And the bandind artifact, its in there on the sony sensor as well. I have a camera/lens setup that does what I need.Anyways, I am interested if there is a new camera/lens setup with what I could do much better. With FF:The object is 36 mm wide and it fills the sensor width 100 %.The final product is the photo file where the butterfly is just as wide as the whole photo is. It combines outstanding resolution of 51.4 megapixels with exceptional tones, advanced color reproduction and high-performance lenses. That would mean we would have again all the proper formats easily said: Small Format (35mm and smaller)Medium Format (anything larger than 35mm but smaller than Large Format 4x5")Large Format (4x5" or larger). The skin of her hand! Could you please point out where we said the 5D S or SR "could not be used outside a studio environment?". However Fujifilm has been touting a lot of how well they were doing. PhotoRotterdam - We certainly hope to do something, but the next month looks horrendously busy, so I don't want to make any promises. I'd like to see the real numbers from Fuji to have this be remotely convincing. fuji stated once that they use bayer on the gfx line because processing xtrans is immense, to calculate, xtrans is much more efficient on low pixel count. I think early next year the camera will retail for $3,500 and lower by the end of 2020. The \"medium-format camera\" waters are a bit murky, as there a…