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The game has changed. Medium-format re-invented. FUJIFILM announces Development of Professional-use Mirrorless Camera System “GFX”.
As a manufacturer of cameras and photographic films for many years, Fujifilm has developed the Film Simulation modes to digitally replicate the image quality of film. The GFX100 allows users reproduce these colors and tones, despite its large image resolution, adding an artistic flair to images with exceptional quality.
|PROVIA / Standard||Standard mode for general use that faithfully reproduces colors just as you remember them.|
|Velvia / Vivid||A combination of high saturation and natural colors, this option reproduces vivid colors ideal for landscapes.|
|ASTIA / Soft||Combining a soft effect with high saturation, this option delivers radiant skin tones and smooth gradation.|
|CLASSIC CHROME||Delivering subtle colors and beautifully muted tones, this simulation is reminiscent of vintage reversal film.|
|PRO Neg.Hi||Produce portraits with sharp contrast even in flat light. This option delivers preferable natural skin tones.|
|PRO Neg.Std||Reproduces accurate, natural skin tones in portraits shot under controlled light.|
|ETERNA / CINEMA||Soft color and rich shadow tone suitable for a movie film look.|
|ACROS||Premium monochrome mode delivers fine texture, deep blacks and smoother tones.|
|MONOCHROME||General use monochrome mode that offers three filter options (Ye, R and G), just like ACROS.|
|SEPIA||Adds a warm tone across the frame for a sepia look. When applied to a retro subject, it creates a nostalgic look.|
The GFX100 offers additional photographic effects including the "Grain Effect" for replicating the graininess of analogue photos, the "Color Chrome Effect" for adding deeper tonal gradation to a subject matter with highly saturated colors, and the "Smooth Skin Effect," a new function developed for the GFX100 for smoothing the skin tones for use in portrait photography.
You can choose the white balance setting from Auto, Custom, Color Temperature and Preset. The white balance can be fine tuned in the WB Shift feature with RB color coordinates. In the Custom mode, which measures the ambient light to determine white balance, you can also adjust size and location settings and register three presets.
|Mode||Automatic Scene Recognition|
|Color Temperature Selection||2500K - 10000K|
|Custom||Custom 1~3 Size / Area Selectable|
|Preset||Daylight, Shade, Fluorescent Light (Daylight), Fluorescent Light (Warm White), Fluorescent Light (Cool White), Incandescent Light, Underwater|