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FUJIFILM GFX 100S £5,499/$5,999

The Fujifilm GFX 100S is the fourth model in the GFX series, inheriting the 102MP sensor from the GFX 100. However, it one-ups its predecessor by coming in a much smaller, DSLR-style body that boasts better image stabilisation – and it comes with a smaller price tag than the previous model.

When we reviewed the Fujifilm GFX 100 back in 2019 we called it “impressive”, and the same is true of the GFX 100S, but for very different reasons. It takes medium-format photography out of the studio and more into the mainstream.

Going mainstream also means making this camera somewhat more affordable. At almost half the price of the GFX 100, the GFX 100S manages to undercut some pro-level full-frame mirrorless cameras. Compromises have had to be made to achieve this price point, but in no way do any of those hamper the performance of the camera. In fact, in some respects, the GFX 100S is actually better than its predecessor

Key features

The GFX 100S is smaller than the GFX 50S, with a more DSLR-like styling rather than the rangefinder design of the GFX

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