It can shoot 4K video and it comes with IBIS
Fujifilm officially announced their flagship medium format camera after teasing it to the public for several months. The GFX100 comes with a 102-megapixel medium format sensor that is capable of shooting DCI 4K30 video with support for F-Log and 10-bit output. For stills, the GFX100 can shoot 16-bit RAW and has a 100-12800 base ISO range. The GFX100’s medium format sensor comes with 5-axis IBIS–the first of its kind.
Other features include a removable EVF, full coverage Phase Detect Autofocus, USB-C, built-in battery grip, dual UHS-II SD card slots, tilting touchscreen, and full weather sealing.
The GFX100 will be available starting June 27 for $9,999(~Php 525k) for the body only.