Fujifilm GFX100 Leaked Image/Details


Now that we know Sony is preparing the IMX461 sensor for the GFX line in late 2018/2019 it’s time to show off the latest batch of leaked pictures for the first camera that will benefit from their new monstrous 100 megapixel BSI sensor. Unlike other sites we haven’t blurred or altered these pictures in anyway so hopefully our source won’t get in trouble, but this camera will be a beast.

Fujifilm will utilize a new 28mm f/2 pancake lens for the GFX100. The camera will be approximately 3x the size of the current X100, but it will retain a massive hybrid view finder that will be about twice the size of the current GFX50S viewfinder. Early revisions of the GFX100 have greatly reduced the back blunge of the GFX50S and early reports about how the camera handle place it somewhere between the Fujifilm GFX50S and Hasselblad X1D. Oh and did I mention their is a leaf shutter!

The Fujifilm GFX100 should be available April 2018 for around $4,001.

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  • joking

    oh how I wish it wasn’t april 1st

    • Hey the Fuji Guys liked my tweet… Maybe I’m not joking 8)

  • j j

    Hey, let’s not forget Fujifilm’s “Texas Leica”, the massive 6×9 rangefinder they used to make. That camera is maybe 2.5 times larger than an X100, so this “rumor” is *almost* believable.

  • Antony Hands

    About the size of the GF670W, sounds good!