Fujifilm has today unveiled their latest mirrorless camera, the Fujifilm 50S.

The camera is a medium format camera that takes advantage of a large 43.8 x 32.9mm 51.4MP CMOS sensor and the latest Fujifilm X-Processor Pro image processor for great snaps.

With that sensor, it can shoot Full HD 1080p video at 29.97, 25, 24, and 23.98 fps frame rates.

Here’s what Fujifilm said about it:

Characterized by its large sensor, advanced imaging capabilities, and modular design, the GFX 50S from Fujifilm is a unique medium format mirrorless camera that is highly versatile and distinctly portable. At the heart of the GFX camera system is the 43.8 x 32.9mm 51.4MP CMOS sensor, which pairs with the X-Processor Pro image processor to produce files with extremely wide dynamic range and high resolution, as well as notable sensitivity to ISO 12800 for working in difficult lighting conditions.

The sensor’s large form factor also achieves a unique three-dimensional look with especially smooth tonal and color transitions. Beyond this, the sensor and processor combination also avails the ability to work in a variety of aspect ratios common to traditional large and medium format film cameras, as well as the ability to shoot Full HD 1080p/30 video. As forward-thinking as the GFX 50S is, its use of film-camera inspired design imbues it with intuitive operation and the ability to apply the camera system to myriad styles and methods of image-making.

To top that off, the 50S also comes with a wide dynamic range and a great sensitivity range of ISO 100-12,800. It also comes equipped with a 117-point autofocus system that can be split into a further 425 point if you need faster focusing speed and accuracy for the shoot.

It also comes with multi aspect ratio shooting, various film simulation modes and a weather-sealed magnesium alloy body.

And that’s still not all. Around the back, there is also a 3.2-inch 2.36m-Dot tilting touchscreen LCD display.

You can find out more about the new camera at the source link below.

Source: Fujifilm

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