Fujifilm continues to roll out medium format digital cameras with the Fujifilm GFX 100 II, a 102MP beast packed with the latest AF and video capabilities and a redesigned camera body.
The camera is built around a new 44x33mm BSI CMOS sensor, a faster variant of the one used in the GFX 100 and 100S. The faster sensor and the company’s ‘X Processor 5’ chip power an improved image stabilization system. There are also improvements to AF, image performance on the edge of frames and a slew of video features.
After the video, learn more about the camera in our Fujifilm GFX 100 II initial review, where we examine how this camera stacks up to the competition, break down the video specifications and share more of our initial impressions, alongside full-sized samples and Raws from the new camera.
Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new episodes of DPReview TV when they go live.
Gear in this story
Tapping into machine learning technologies, Photomator is a photo editor that offers a step up from Apple Photos and an affordable alternative to Lightroom.
The latest Lumix puts a Four Thirds sensor in a full-frame body, and includes some of Panasonic’s most advanced imaging tech ever.
GoPro’s latest flagship Hero12 Black action camera adds ‘HDR’ video, the ability to shoot Log and vertical video. Is it a worthy upgrade? Read our review to find out.
Pricey yet capable, the new Polaroid I-2 sports a sharp 98mm lens, autofocus, full manual controls and some fun creative features.