Fujifilm launched their newest medium camera product, the GFX50S II Camera. The GFX50SII camera is a large-format camera weighing only 900g with a compact. And lightweight body equipped with powerful image stabilization. And a high-resolution 51.4MP sensor. Outstanding image quality and portability, delivered at a size equivalent to a full-frame camera.
The GFX50S II camera uses a special design with unique tiny light-gathering microlens on the sensor. This lens can create a wide gap between adjacent pixels. So it can be claimed to maximize the resolution of light per pixel to increase the sharpness of the image resolution. And when used to shoot at night, using a high ISO will not be a problem.
And the GFX50S II camera has five-way in-body stabilization (IBIS). It claims to promise up to 6.5 stops of vibration reduction, which is the highest level for the Fujifilm GFX lineup. It is recommended to use a high-performance gyro sensor. And an accelerometer that has increased sensitivity so that it can detect motion with high accuracy for more precise stabilization.
This mirrorless utilizes the new X-Processor 4 and an algorithm for a high-accuracy contrast-detection AF system that works in tandem with IBIS to control motion blur and improve AF system performance. It includes detection AF
improved face and eyes compared to the original GFX50S.
Design Camera GFX50S II
In terms of design, this medium format GFX50S II camera has a strong magnesium body and weighs around 900 grams. The device is designed to be weather-resistant in 60 camera body locations, offering resistance to moisture. And dust as well as the ability to operate in temperatures as low as -10 degrees Celsius when used with weather-resistant lenses as well.
As for the screen, the GFX50S II Camera houses a 1.8-inch resolution LCD monitor on the top panel for displaying the EXIF key setting and a 3.2-inch main LCD monitor on the side. This main LCD screen can be tilted in 3 directions to allow high and low angle shooting, which is not easy to do when shooting using an EVF.
And this GFX50S II camera also features Pixel Shift Multi-Shot, which is able to create 200 MP images without the distraction of colour distortion. This resolution mode is ideal for archiving large works of art and historical artefacts.
The Pixel Shift function uses the camera’s IBIS to shift the image sensor by 0.5 pixels in order to record 16 RAW files incrementally. And combine them into one RAW Digital Negative (DNG) with Pixel Shift Combiner software. The price of the Fujifilm GFX50S II medium format camera is priced at the US $ 3,999. If you buy it with the GF 35-70mm f/4.5-5.6 WR kit lens, it will cost you $4,499
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