Fujifilm Adds Accessible Mirrorless Camera

Fujifilm GFX50S II

Fujifilm is doubling down on its line of GFX mirrorless cameras by introducing the GFX50S II. It features a 51.4MP sensor that has more resolution than a full-frame equivalent at 50MP while also offering wide dynamic range, sharper images, and a shallow depth of field for cinema-like stills. The camera also features 19 film simulation modes, a compact five-axis image stabilization mechanism with up to 6.5 stops, a lightweight 990g body (excluding lens), magnesium construction, weather sealing for dust and moisture resistance, a high-performance auto-focus system, a 3.2″ LCD monitor that can tilt in three directions, and a 3.69 million-dot OLED EVF.

The latest addition to the GFX range is also now it’s most accessible model priced from $4,000.