Fujifilm has launched the GFX50S II, which is probably the most inexpensive medium format digicam, but. Whereas the worth begins at $3999 for the physique, it’s nonetheless significantly cheaper than different medium format cameras available on the market, together with the earlier $5499 GFX50S.
The GFX50S II includes a 51.4 megapixel medium format sensor. At 55mm diagonally, the sensor is about 1.7x bigger than conventional 35mm full body sensors discovered on this worth vary, similar to on the equally priced Sony A7R IV, Canon EOS R5, or Panasonic S1R.
Except for simply having a big sensor, the GFX50S II additionally has five-axis IBIS (in-body picture stabilization) that claims to supply as much as 6.5 stops of stabilization.
The digicam additionally helps Pixel Shift Multi-Shot characteristic, which strikes the sensor between pictures to mix and seize 200MP pictures.
The GFX50S II helps face and eye detection autofocus. Sadly, the AF is contrast-detection and never phase-detection. Video recording can also be restricted to only 1080p.
Except for that, the GFX50S II is essentially equivalent to the not too long ago launched GFX100S, that includes the identical physique, identical 1.8-inch high LCD, and three.2-inch foremost LCD on an articulating hinge. The physique is made out of magnesium alloy with added padding on the backside and climate sealing.
The GFX50S II is priced on the aforementioned $3999 for body-only and $4499 with the GF 35-70mm F4.5-5.6 WR lens.
Fujifilm additionally introduced the X-T30 II alongside. The X-T30 II, sadly, is just a minor improve over the X-T30. The one modifications embrace the next decision 1.62 million dot LCD on the again, improved autofocus in lowlight and topic monitoring, and two new movie simulation modes — Traditional Neg and ETERNA Bleach Bypass.
The Fujifilm X-T30 II is priced at $899 body-only, $999 with XC 15-45mm F3.5-5.6 energy zoom lens, and $1299 with the 18-55mm F2.8-4 lens.
Fujifilm additionally launched X-T3 WW, which is principally a less expensive X-T3 with out a charger within the field. Will probably be accessible solely in black for $1099 body-only, and $1499 with the 18-55mm F2.8-4 lens.
All three cameras can be accessible in late October.