In late June, Fujifilm will release the brand new GFX 100 camera, a 100MP “large format” digital beast that features in-body stabilization, 5-stops of dynamic range, and a new set of lenses that are future-proof for even larger than 100MP sensors (!!!).
DPReview has an inside look at how this camera is assembled in the factory. And if you’re curious, you can download some of the 600MB TIFF files from this camera to do some pixel peeping! This is the first camera I can finally see making some headway into the medium-format digital world that Hasselblad and PhaseOne currently occupy and really giving them a run for the money.
Literally all of my preferred film stocks are going up in price by 30% starting June 1st. Unless Kodak releases E100 in 120, it looks like I may be stuck spending a bit more to shoot film this summer. :(
I’d like to go here.
Not sure exactly why but I guess I’m not complaining — here’s a photo store (in LA) that is selling a 5-pack of Fujichrome Provia 100F in 120 size for $37.49. This is cheaper than virtually every NYC store even after shipping is calculated.
AND, considering the fact that all Provia 100F in 120 is sold out right now in NYC, you might want to jump on this now.
I’ll update this when I receive my order to confirm expiration dates.