Fujifilm's Latest Camera Release: The GFX100 II Shoots 8 FPS and Records 8K Video

Fujifilm just unveiled their latest flagship medium-format mirrorless camera - the FUJIFILM GFX100 II. We had the opportunity to check it out, and are already obsessed with the improved autofocus, faster shooting, and the ability to capture stunning 8K video! 

We love the attractive new body design, the 9.44-million-dot OLED EVF with 1.0x magnification, and a modified 102-megapixel image sensor. Not only does this updated sensor provide up to 8 stops of in-body image stabilization, but it also delivers a readout speed twice as fast as the previous sensors used in the GFX100 and GFX100S. As a result, we enjoyed the enhanced experience of high-speed continuous shooting, autofocus, and video capture.

The previous GFX100 and GFX100S models had high-speed capabilities, capturing up to five frames per second in continuous shooting mode. The GFX100 II takes things up a notch with blackout free shooting at five frames per second, plus mechanical shutter burst speeds of eight frames per second, solidifying its position as the fastest medium-format camera system available.

On the video side, the GFX100 II takes things to a whole new level with its 8K/30p and 4K/60p video recording capabilities, along with 5.8K video at up to 30p. What's more, it's the first GFX System camera to feature internal recording of Apple ProRes 4:2:2 10-bit video. And if that wasn't enough, the GFX100 II also supports Blackmagic RAW recording.

Check out our first impressions review: 

You can get your hands on the GFX100 II soon for $10,124.99 in Canada. The camera is available for preorder at The Camera Store now.

The new optional battery grip, the VG-GFXII, is also available for pre-order for $679.99.