Fujifilm has today announced details of its first medium-format camera, the GFX 50S. The new camera from the Japanese manufacturer has a great medium format sensor (43.8 x 32.9mm) – approximately 1.7 times larger than half a full frame DSLR sensor – and their resolution that is positioned, on anything, and nothing less, which 51.4 megapixel, very similar to which incorporate cameras such as the 645Z Pentax or Hasselblad XQD.
To respond to a sensor this size, Fujifilm has also introduced along with the new camera a full range of objectives GF. We then see some more details of the new camera of medium format from the Japanese company which we were expecting from the announced at Photokina 2016.
In design can certainly not deny the similarity with DSLR of the company. We could say that it is almost like a larger XT-2, although they have not exceeded the dimensions. Particular measures in this House amounted to 147.5x 94.2x 91 mm and its weight, only the body with battery and card, is 825 grams.
The camera also incorporates a removable electronic viewfinder 3.69 million of fucking in the hot shoe, as well as an accessory that allows us to flip and rotate the monitor. Other details of the specifications give us a touch screen 3.2 inch LCD and 2.69 million points in addition, retractable 180 degrees. In terms of auto-focus, the new 50S used AF sensor of by contrast, auto-focus 117 points.
Fujifilm GFX 50S, price and availability
The new camera will be available from February and its price of output (body only) will be of 6.999 euro. On the other hand the objectives of the series GF that will come with it will be a Fujinon GF 63mm ƒ/2.8 R WR whose price will be 1,599 euros, a macro Fujinon GF 120mm ƒ/4 which cost 2,899 euros and finally a Fujinon GF 32-64 mm ƒ/4R LM WR 2.499 euros.