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Wild Rumors: Fuji GFX 100 to Feature Pixel Shift Multi-Shot Function

According to latest rumors GFX 100 may get multi-shot high res function via a firmware update. We all know that Fuji GFX features 100MP sensor and image processor is same as of Fuji X-T3. The continuous shooting speed of Fuji GFX 100 is upto 5FPS. So, if the image processor and buffer inside the camera able to process 5FPS 100MP files then for sure it will be no surprise is Fuji adds 150-200MP High resolution mode inside the GFX100 camera.

We will update you soon as we get any new information.

also see – Fuji Registered X-Pro 3 [FF190002]

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2 comments to Wild Rumors: Fuji GFX 100 to Feature Pixel Shift Multi-Shot Function

  • Fuji GFX 100s is explosive and brought Medium Format on the highest level ever.

    It change the landscape of photography in this proven way with glance and respect for the ingenious behind, even filed work, or events shooting can be done handheld as no other camera can offer that.

    Respect for Fuji


  • David B Haynie

    Why not? Hasselblad has been getting $48K or so for their H6D-400C, which shoots a 400 megapixel image… using a 100 megapixel sensor and pixel shifting. Of course, Hassy did it first, beating Olympus to a shipping sensor shift by a year or so. But still, Fujifilm is already there with a better 100 megapixel chip. Not sure what anyone does with a 400 megapixel image, but for a camera likely to get lots of on-tripod studio work, why not?

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