More Than Full Frame
New beginnings don’t start with taking new steps, they start with moving in new directions. And every new GFX System camera has taken a direction that has redefined what it means to be more than full frame.
From its unparalleled image quality, to its overall mobility, the boundaries of large format imaging have continually been reimagined with every new iteration.
GFX100 II continues this tradition by bringing unprecedented high-speed performance, expanded video capabilities, and lightning fast autofocus to a growing list of accolades that professionals everywhere have come to rely on from GFX System cameras.
High Speed 102MP Sensor – X-Processor 5
GFX100 II brings a new 102-megapixel sensor “GFX 102MP CMOS II HS” with a readout speed that is about two times faster than GFX100S. Combined with X-Processor 5, GFX100 II is able to achieve a high continuous frame rate of up to 8fps, incredibly accurate AF, and advanced video features that have never before existed in any previous GFX System or X Series camera.
Subject Detection AF
X-Processor 5 features subject detection AF, which delivers an autofocus performance previously unseen on a large format camera. Built using deep-learning AI technology, its advanced AF tracking and detection not only works on human faces and eyes, but also animals, birds, cars, motorcycles, bicycles, airplanes, and trains. With such power on tap, photographers can concentrate on creativity, confident the GFX100 II will produce an autofocus performance to match.
Updated AF Algorithm
GFX100 II uses an updated AF prediction algorithm to deliver reliable performance in sports and other situations where accurate, high-speed motion tracking is needed.
8fps High-Speed Burst
GFX100 II makes large format photography possible in previously inaccessible areas. A continuous frame rate of up to 8fps with the mechanical shutter freezes the peak of any sporting action.
120fps Display Frame Rate in Boost Mode
Activating Boost mode on GFX100 II supercharges the display frame rate to approximately 120 frames-per-second – more than enough to keep up with fast-moving subjects.
Shortened Intervals and Decreased Viewfinder Blackout
Increased buffer memory minimises any delay between frames and decreases viewfinder blackout times for seamless high-speed operation.
5.3fps Blackout-Free Burst Operation
GFX100 II offers a blackout-free 5.3fps burst with for an uninterrupted view of ultra-fast subjects. In 35mm format mode, GFX100 II offers blackout-free 8.7fps and 5.8fps burst as well.
The Ultimate in Image Quality
GFX100 II continues to set new standards for image quality, alongside its outstanding speed and video credentials. Prepare to experience higher-quality stills, the likes of which you’ve never witnessed before.
ISO 80 Standard Sensitivity
By improving the pixel structure on the new sensor, standard sensitivity has been extended to ISO 80. Now, photographers can make 16-bit images with wider dynamic range and lower noise than ever before.
Improved Image Quality in Every Corner
Redesigned microlenses improve light coverage at the corners of the sensor, delivering better image quality and increased AF accuracy at the periphery of the lens.
HEIF Image Format Support
GFX100 II supports the HEIF format, a 10-bit image file with over a billion colours. It delivers higher image quality, but uses up to 30% less space than a JPEG.
Pixel Shift Multi-Shot
For the ultimate quality, GFX100 II can produce an ultra-high-resolution 400-megapixel image with a single press of the shutter release. Using in-body image stabilisation to precisely shift the sensor by a half pixel between each frame, GFX100 II makes 20 frames in which every red, green, and blue pixel has the same information. The result is a detail-rich file with almost no false colours visible.
New Film Simulation: REALA ACE
Enjoy the latest iteration of Fujifilm’s renowned colour science – REALA ACE. Brand new for the GFX100 II, this 20th Film Simulation combines faithful colour reproduction with hard tonality, making it suitable for all subjects and situations.
4K/60p, 8K/30p, FHD/120p 4:2:2 10-bit Internal Recording
Proving itself as a hybrid powerhouse, GFX100 II offers 4K/60p and 8K/30p 4:2:2 10-bit in-camera recording. ISO 100 can also now be used as the standard movie sensitivity for the highest quality footage.
Support for Multiple Cine Recording Formats
In addition to GFX large format, the GFX100 II supports various cine recording formats, including Premista, 35mm, and anamorphic (35mm). With a basic GF to PL adapter, cinematographers anywhere can use GFX100 II’s massive imaging sensor with some of the world’s most legendary cinema optics, including Fujinon’s collection of Premista and Cabrio Zoom Lenses. For storytellers with wider aspirations, there are also two different high resolution 35mm FF Anamorphic recording modes that provide various de-squeeze monitoring options in-camera.
Improved Subject Tracking
Tracking subjects just got easier. Select AF-C mode with Wide/Tracking AF, then simply touch the subject on the rear LCD. GFX100 II will then track the object, even in situations with multiple subjects.
High Speed Rolling Shutter
Follow high speed subjects with confidence – the GFX100 II’s increased readout rate suppresses rolling shutter for true-to-life results.
GFX100 II is the first GFX System camera to feature F-Log2, broadening post-production flexibility. The wider dynamic range of 14+ stops breathes more life into footage, maximising detail in shadows, highlights and midtones.
Compatible with Frame.io Camera to Cloud
Embrace cloud first workflows and open lines of collaboration with GFX100 II’s world first – no accessary needed integration for Frame.io Camera to Cloud and deliver photos or video straight to the cloud the moment after they are created. Utilise the built-in Wi-Fi or Ethernet LAN connection options to connect to Frame.io and deliver hi-res RAW or JPEG images, send h.264 video proxies, or upload 4k ProRes Video securely to any project for immediate review and consideration.
New MF Assist Focus MAP
For added precision while using manual focus, a new Focus MAP has been added as a MF assist function.
RAW Output via HDMI
Combined with a compatible ATOMOS HDMI device, RAW video output from GFX100 II can be recorded as 12-bit Apple ProRes RAW at resolutions up to 8K and frame rates up to 29.97fps. With Blackmagic Design Video Assist 12G HDRs, RAW video output from the camera can be recorded as Blackmagic RAW at resolutions up to 8K and frame rates up to 29.97fps.
Record to External SSD via USB
Connecting an external SSD via a USB Type-C cable lets you record photos and videos directly to an external SSD in all modes and formats, including 4K/60p and 8K/30p.
9.44 Million Dot 1.0x EVF
GFX100 II’s EVF offers 9.44 million dots and a 1.0x magnification for an optimal viewing experience. Furthermore, it suppresses image drift and distortion caused by misalignment of the pupil, for the clearest possible view.
Detail in Design
A technological tour de force, wrapped in outstanding ergonomics, GFX100 II combines functional beauty with effortless practicality.
New Leather Pattern BISHAMON-TEX™
Swathed in BISHAMON-TEX leather, the body of GFX100 II is covered with a traditional Japanese-inspired imprint that improves grip in all directions.
A more prominent top-plate sub-LCD on GFX100 II with a redesigned GUI for improved visibility enhances overall handling. Furthermore, the top-plate is tilted by 11°, allowing users to view information with minimal eye movement.
Three Fn Buttons
Three programmable Fn buttons on the top of the grip provide greater flexibility, allowing users to make changes on the fly, so opportunities are never missed.
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Depending on the type of SSD, there are some modes and formats that cannot be recorded. Please check the compatibility list for SSD.
8K video will result in a 1.53x crop, down to a roughly 29x16mm region of the sensor.