According to FujiRumors, Fuji will release the successor to the new GFX 100 medium format camera — Fuji GFX100II — at the Fuji Summit in Sweden on September 12th.
FujiRumors also revealed that the new camera will be priced at $7,499 (currently about RMB 54,743). Despite inflation and parts shortages around the world, the new camera is still less than the $9,999 price tag of the original Fuji GFX100.
Additionally, FujiRumors has confirmed that the first spy shots of the suspected Fujifilm GFX100II medium format camera exposed by @FederationofIndependentPhotographers are real.
According to previous leaks, the camera is Fujifilm’s most powerful medium format camera ever in terms of focus performance and is expected to feature a new 100-megapixel sensor as well as a 5th generation processor, a new generation of focus tracking features that can detect and recognize, among other things, animals, vehicles, birds, and more.
This camera may be used based on a similar to the Sony A6700 camera sensor architecture for faster sensor readout speed or will bring a lower jelly effect, with faster file processing speed, faster autofocus performance, support for recording video specifications 8K, 4K60p, 10 bit 4:2:2, internal recording ProRes.
Summarizes the Fujifilm GFX100II exposure parameters:
- New 100-megapixel BSI back-illuminated sensor.
- 5th generation processor.
- 8fps mechanical shutter.
- New generation focus tracking function.
- Removable EVF.
- Removable Battery Grip
- 8K Video Recording
- 4K60p Video Recording.
- 10 bit 422.
- Internal ProRes format.
- Waveform support.
- Supports movie widescreen mode.
- Full-size HDMI port.
- Ethernet port.
- External cooling fan compatible.