DPR: Fujifilm GFX100 Takes Home The Gold By Significantly Outperforming Full Frame Cameras
It’s not shocking, however the Fujifilm GFX100 took dwelling the gold in DPReview’s assessment. You can learn the full review here, however if you happen to simply need the excessive lights I’ve posted them under:

From the standpoint of picture high quality alone, the GFX 100 is the very best digicam we’ve ever reviewed (although its bigger sensor 150MP friends ought to out-perform it). The new BSI sensor and better pixel depend of the GFX 100 places clear water between it and even the very best smaller sensor cameras, and if you happen to want the form of element that the GFX 100 provides, there’s no extra inexpensive approach to get it. On prime of this, its in-body stabilization, autofocus efficiency and well-designed person interface make it considerably extra versatile (and usable) than different medium format opponents.

DPReview editors additionally had a number of reward for the king of mirrorless cameras:

The Fujifilm GFX 100 is among the many most interesting cameras I’ve ever used. It comes with absurdly good picture high quality and backbone, and but, in most respects it responds like Fujifilm’s X-series APS-C cameras. Would I {photograph} a whole wedding ceremony with one? Because of its bulk and enormous file sizes, maybe not. But may I {photograph} a whole wedding ceremony with one? Absolutely. And that’s one thing I by no means thought I’d be capable to say a couple of digicam with a larger-than-full-frame sensor. – Carey Rose Reviews Editor


The GFX 100 is the primary medium format digicam I’ve ever used – movie or digital – which doesn’t really feel like a compromise. In virtually all respects, the GFX 100 handles like knowledgeable DSLR, however with all the advantages of mirrorless, plus glorious 4K video capabilities and the unimpeachable picture high quality provided by a cutting-edge sensor. It’s not good, and it’s not low-cost, but when I used to be a working skilled photographer I’d purchase a GFX 100 in a heartbeat. -Barney Britton Senior Editor

Finally, nothing fairly compares to the GFX100 right now and at last a serious publication is saying it “the GFX 100 considerably outperforms full-frame digicam“:

Having mentioned that the GFX 100 considerably outperforms full body cameras, we must always nonetheless contemplate the Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R, because it’s capable of shoot and mix a number of pictures in an effort to supply decision and light-weight seize (and therefore tonal high quality) similar to a bigger sensor. But, whereas it does so in a smaller, lighter physique and doesn’t have any section detection parts to restrict its usable dynamic vary, its multi-shot mode solely will get its greatest outcomes when tripod-mounted, and utilized to static topics (and its use of digital shutter limits its use with strobes). For most high-res purposes, the GFX is the less complicated, stronger, and sure, costlier choice.

What we likeWhat we don’t
  • Stunning pictures by way of each decision and tonal high quality
  • Image stabilization makes it simpler to get full advantage of 100MP decision
  • GF lenses stay as much as the decision calls for
  • Autofocus is swift and correct by medium format requirements
  • Impressive video high quality and specs
  • Viewfinder is extremely detailed and suitable with current tilt/articulation accent
  • Twin batteries give stable ‘within the area’ endurance
  • Chargeable/operable over USB
  • Control dials really feel small and low-cost
  • Autofocus efficiency isn’t spectacular in comparison with smaller format cameras
  • Portrait orientation grip is slim and slippery
  • Portrait orientation controls don’t mimic regular orientation structure
  • On-sensor AF causes banding, barely limiting usable dynamic vary
  • We discovered it arduous to discover a dial setup that labored easily

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