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FUJIFILM GFX 100S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera

BH #FUGFX100S • MFR #600022058
FUJIFILM GFX 100S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera
Key Features
  • 102MP 43.8 x 32.9mm BSI CMOS Sensor
  • X-Processor 4 Image Processor
  • 4K30 Video; F-Log Gamma, 12-Bit Raw Out
  • 3.69m-Dot OLED EVF
Redefining medium format, the FUJIFILM GFX 100S pairs an ultra high-resolution 102MP sensor with an impressively compact and portable mirrorless camera body design. Appealing to both photo and video needs, too, this camera is further rounded out by a durable construction, in-body image stabilization, and apt autofocus to make the camera more accessible and applicable for a variety of shooting needs.
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FUJIFILM GFX 100S Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2102MP BSI CMOS Sensor and X-Processor 4
  • 3UHD and DCI 4K Video Recording
  • 4Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization
  • 5Body Design
  • 6Hybrid Autofocus System
  • 7Other Camera Features

Redefining medium format, the FUJIFILM GFX 100S pairs an ultra high-resolution 102MP sensor with an impressively compact and portable mirrorless camera body design. Appealing to both photo and video needs, too, this camera is further rounded out by a durable construction, in-body image stabilization, and apt autofocus to make the camera more accessible and applicable for a variety of shooting needs.

At the heart of the GFX 100S platform is the 102MP 44 x 33mm BSI CMOS sensor, which offers the ultra-high resolution coveted by stills photographers as well impressive 4K video recording options, too. The sensor pairs with the X-Processor 4 in order to output 16-bit raw imagery with a broad dynamic range, low noise levels, and sensitivity to a ISO 12800, and the BSI design of the sensor contributes to high clarity and accurate color rendering when working in a variety of lighting conditions. In terms of video, DCI and UHD 4K video recording is possible at 4:2:0 10-bit internally, 4:2:2 10-bit via HDMI, or raw 12-bit if recording externally, and an F-log gamma setting can also be used for more advanced color grading during post-production. Beyond high-resolution shooting, the unique sensor design also incorporates a sophisticated hybrid AF system that features 425 selectable phase-detection points, which cover nearly the entire frame, and aid with precise face and eye-detection modes.

Balancing the awesome sensor design is a notably compact form factor, which opens up a range of new working scenarios for this high-res platform. Sleek and lightweight, the portability of the GFX 100S is backed up by capable in-body image stabilization that compensates for up to 6 stops of camera shake for improved handheld shooting. Conversely, this stabilization system also enables making 400MP files using Pixel Shift Multi-Shot mode for extreme detail of still subjects. Also contributing to the sleek form factor is a fixed 3.69m-dot EVF for bright eye-level viewing and a rear 3.2" touchscreen LCD with a three-way tilting design.

102MP BSI CMOS Sensor and X-Processor 4

Utilizing a large and exceedingly high 102MP resolution 43.8 x 32.9mm BSI CMOS sensor and X-Processor 4, the GFX 100S is capable of delivering 16-bit stills with wide dynamic range as well as a broad sensitivity range of ISO 100-12800, which can be extended to ISO 50-102400. The large size of each pixel allows for more efficient light gathering, too, for smoother tonal and color transitions to produce a characteristic three-dimensional "medium format look." Also contributing to several medium format looks, a variety of traditional medium and large format aspect ratios can be used in addition to the standard 4:3, including 1:1, 65:24, 5:4, 7:6, 3:2, and 16:9.

The image processor and sensor also lend a versatile edge to the system, and permit shooting continuously up to 5 fps or for recording DCI and UHD 4K30 video.

UHD and DCI 4K Video Recording

Utilizing the large sensor size for more than just stills, the GFX 100S also offers an enticing array of video capabilities, including internal UHD and DCI 4K30p video recording at up 4:2:0 10-bit, as well as 4K30p 4:2:2 10-bit via HDMI output, both at up to 400 Mb/s-and simultaneous external and internal recording is possible. If working with an Atomos Ninja V, then UHD 4K30p raw 12-bit output is also possible using the Apple ProRes RAW format.

Greatly benefitting overall video performance, the speed of the quad-CPU X-Processor 4 enables fast read speeds when recording 4K video, which helps to reduce rolling shutter distortion when filming moving subjects.

In addition to the supported 10-bit color depth, the GFX 100 also includes the F-Log gamma setting, which provides a flat picture for use in advanced color grading software during editing. This maximizes the potential dynamic range in difficult scenes and image adjustments can be made, as well, to highlight tone, shadow tone, color, and sharpness. HLG recording is supported, too, for HDR applications, and F-Log, HLG, and Film Simulations can all be used simultaneously with raw external output.

Also, the camera features a 3.5mm microphone jack and 3.5mm headphone jack for more advanced audio solutions.

Sensor-Shift Image Stabilization

Built-in 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization helps to minimize the appearance of camera shake to better suit handheld shooting. This system works in conjunction with any lens, including non-stabilized ones, but when used with OIS-enabled lenses offers up to approximately 6 stops of shake reduction.

Body Design

  • Updated body shape is noticeably more compact and lightweight than previous GFX 100 models, making it especially well-suited for handheld shooting on location and in studio environments.
  • Magnesium alloy body construction is both lightweight and durable, and the camera system is weather sealed to render it moisture- and dust-resistant, as well as freezeproof down to 14°F, for use in inclement conditions.
  • Fixed 3.69m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder is featured for high-resolution, 0.77x-magnification eye-level viewing.
  • A 3.2" 2.36m-dot touchscreen LCD is also available for image playback, menu navigation, and live view shooting. This LCD features a unique three-way tilting design that moves both upward and downward for shooting from high and low angles, and also tilts to the side to benefit shooting in the vertical orientation when in live view.
  • Single NP-W235 rechargeable lithium-ion battery is rated to provide approximately 460 shots per charge.
  • Dual UHS-II SD memory card slots are featured, and permit saving imagery in a sequential manner, backup/duplicate manner, or in a sorted manner to segregate JPEG and raw files.
  • The FUJIFILM G lens mount features a short focal flange distance of just 26.7mm to better facilitate adapting lenses and to allow for reduced back focusing distances to better prevent vignetting and promote edge-to-edge sharpness with the GF series of lenses.
  • A 1.8" sub LCD monitor on the top plate can be used to quickly view shooting settings and exposure data.
  • Exposure mode dial on the top plate also incorporates six custom positions for quickly switching between pre-configured exposure settings.
  • Integrated Bluetooth 4.2 low energy and Wi-Fi allows you to wirelessly share images to a mobile device or use the device to remotely control the camera.

Hybrid Autofocus System

The sensor's design also includes an expanded phase-detection autofocus system, which has 425 selectable points that cover nearly the entire sensor area. This AF system delivers fast and accurate focusing performance along with low-light sensitivity down to -5.5 EV. Complementing the imaging and focusing capabilities, an updated X-Processor 4 is also featured, and delivers fast focus response for subject tracking and also supports Face- and Eye-Detection AF when working in AF-C mode and when recording video.

Other Camera Features

  • Film Simulation modes allow you to reproduce the look and feel of several of FUJIFILM's film types, including the newly introduced Nostalgic Neg. effect, along with Provia, Velvia, Astia, Classic Chrome, Classic Neg., Pro Neg. Hi, Pro Neg. Standard, Eterna, Eterna Bleach Bypass, Acros, Monochrome, and Sepia. Additionally, Grain Effect can be adjusted as well as Classic Chrome effect to fine-tune the look of imagery.
  • Pixel-Shift Multi-Shot mode is capable of producing massive, 400MP images by combining 16 raw images using FUJIFILM's Pixel Shift Combiner software, which can then be output as a DNG file for further processing using most popular editing software.
  • Interval shooting is possible for up to 999 consecutive frames with a 1 sec to 24-hour delay between exposures, as well as up to a 24-hour shutter delay.
  • Multiple Exposure mode lets you shoot two consecutive overlaid frames, and the first frame will be shown on the rear LCD to aid in alignment for the second exposure.
  • A variety of file formats are available depending on your workflow needs and include uncompressed and compressed raw file types; Super Fine, Fine, and Normal JPEG settings; and TIFF files can be output via in-camera raw file development.
UPC: 074101204735


Sensor ResolutionEffective: 102 Megapixel (11,648 x 8736)
Sensor Type43.8 x 32.9 mm (Medium Format) CMOS
Image StabilizationSensor-Shift, 5-Axis
Exposure Control
Shutter TypeElectronic Shutter, Focal Plane Shutter
Shutter SpeedMechanical Shutter
1/4000 to 3600 Seconds
1/4000 to 4 Seconds in Program Mode
1/4000 to 30 Seconds in Aperture Priority Mode
0 to 60 Minutes in Bulb Mode
Electronic Shutter
1/16000 to 3600 Seconds
1/16000 to 4 Seconds in Program Mode
1/16000 to 30 Seconds in Aperture Priority Mode
0 to 60 Minutes in Bulb Mode
Electronic Front Curtain Shutter
1/4000 to 3600 Seconds
1/4000 to 4 Seconds in Program Mode
1/4000 to 30 Seconds in Aperture Priority Mode
0 to 60 Minutes in Bulb Mode
1/4000 to 1/24 Second in Movie Mode
Metering MethodAverage, Center-Weighted Average, Multi-Zone, Spot
Exposure ModesAperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Exposure Compensation-5 to +5 EV (1/3 EV Steps)
Continuous ShootingMechanical Shutter
Up to 5 fps at 102 MP for up to 16 Frames (Raw) / 42 Frames (JPEG)
Up to 2 fps at 102 MP for up to 45 Frames (Raw) / Unlimited Frames (JPEG)
Electronic Shutter
Up to 2.9 fps at 102 MP for up to 23 Frames (Raw) / 64 Frames (JPEG)
Interval RecordingYes
Self-Timer2/10-Second Delay
Aspect Ratio1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 5:4, 7:6, 16:9, 65:24
Image File FormatDNG, JPEG, TIFF
Bit Depth16-Bit
Recording ModesH.265/MOV 4:2:0 10-Bit
DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p [100 to 400 Mb/s]
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p [100 to 400 Mb/s]
DCI 2K (2048 x 1080) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [50 to 200 Mb/s]
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94i [50 to 200 Mb/s]
H.264/MOV 4:2:0 8-Bit
DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p [100 to 400 Mb/s]
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p [100 to 400 Mb/s]
DCI 2K (2048 x 1080) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [50 to 200 Mb/s]
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.98p/24.00p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p [50 to 200 Mb/s]
Video SystemNTSC/PAL
External Recording ModesRaw 12-Bit via
DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 23.976p/24.00p/25p/29.97p
4:2:2 10-Bit via
DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 23.976p/24.00p/25p/29.97p
Media/Memory Card SlotDual Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-II)
Resolution2,360,000 Dot
Display Type3-Way Tilting Touchscreen LCD
TypeBuilt-In Electronic (OLED)
Resolution3,690,000 Dot
Eye Point23 mm
MagnificationApprox. 0.77x
Diopter Adjustment-4 to +2
Focus TypeAuto and Manual Focus
Focus ModeContinuous-Servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M), Single-Servo AF (S)
Autofocus PointsPhase Detection: 425
Built-In FlashNo
Flash ModesAuto, First-Curtain Sync, Hi-Speed Sync, Manual, Off, Second-Curtain Sync, Slow Sync, TTL Auto
Maximum Sync Speed1/125 Second (Focal Plane Shutter)
Dedicated Flash SystemTTL
External Flash ConnectionHot Shoe, PC Terminal
Operating Temperature14 to 104°F / -10 to 40°C
Operating Humidity10 to 80%
Battery Type1 x NP-W235 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion, 7.2 VDC, 2200 mAh (Approx. 460 Shots)
Dimensions (W x H x D)5.9 x 4.1 x 3.4" / 150 x 104.2 x 87.2 mm
Weight2 lb / 900 g (Body with Battery and Memory)
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.46 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.7 x 7.8 x 5.7"


Sexy Beast

By Raynor
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-01-08

I Love working with this beauty. Fully customizable, crazy resolution, fast and responsive, basically my dream camera. I'm a huge fan of shooting in the aspect ratio one plans on printing in. The myriad of different aspect ratios this camera is perfect for that. I love the 65:24 panoramic aspect ratio in particular. Ive printed 32x96 inch prints using this one, and the detail is still astounding even when effectively throwing out half the sensor. The camera feels great in hand. Ive shot in the rain, sleet, snow and just the other day, in -25 degree weather (see attached photo from that morning). Never an issue with shooting in inclement weather. As a landscape photographer, this camera fits the bill perfectly...would not change a thing.

Great camera

By Salman
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-18

This camera is wonderful and specially for portraits and landscapes. I am hoping more lens options in future

Excellent Performance and Value

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-08-08

After using the GFX 100s and several GF lenses for a month, I am delighted with this new system. As a fine art and landscape photographer who sells large prints, image quality is paramount. I have been waiting for a day to arrive when a camera company would put a large, modern, high-megapixel BSI sensor into a portable DSLR-size body. Fujifilm answered my wishes with the GFX 100s, and this system has exceeded my wildest expectations. Although the 3-month backorder was frustrating, it was worth the wait. Here are some of my thoughts on using the GFX 100s system: The 102 MP BSI sensor produces an incredible amount of detail. The noise level is extremely low, and the dynamic range is very high. Shadow detail is astounding, and good color information extends several EVs below mid-exposure. The colors produced by this sensor and processing engine are rich but naturaI, and it is a truly liberating feeling to be able to lift color out of dark shadows without needing an HDR combination. Hand-held, the IBIS works very well, and the shutter is nicely damped to reduce image shake. On a recent Colorado trip, I got sharp 1/9 second exposures with the 23mm while sitting in a stream with the GFX 100s supported by my elbows on my legs. The 3.7-million-pixel EV and tiltable rear LCD work well, and I use the LCD much of the time. Both screens can be configured to show a little or a lot of helpful information, including a depth of field indicator in the EV that updates as the lens aperture changes. The top sub-display is a nice touch, and it can be toggled between two views of essential information and a histogram. I use it with a black background. Although the menus are straightforward, there are easier ways to access the settings, as I will discuss below. The multi-directional joystick is responsive and has a secure feel, although adding a 4-way paddle around it would add exact left/right and up/down movements. I've found focusing both quick and exact. The focus points and strategy can be changed by tapping on the LCD or using custom settings from the PASM dial or menus. The body is aesthetic and functional, well-constructed, and has a solid, hefty feel. I'm thankful that Fujifilm didn't join the mirrorless camera trend toward miniaturizing the body. When I am not using a tripod, the GFX 100s body feels natural in hand, and its highly functional grip perfectly fits all my fingers and thumb. For tripod use, Really Right Stuff has released an L-bracket for their ball heads custom machined to the body's bottom contour. The GFX 100s is heavier than the average full-frame camera, and so are the lenses. But I didn't switch to medium format with the expectation of lightweight equipment! One battery charge typically gives me 400 to 500 exposures, so I keep some charged spares in my backpack. Fujifilm provides a cable to charge the battery through a USB connection but they don't include a battery charger. So, I bought a battery charger. I am impressed with the level of thought Fujifilm has given to bringing so much control outside the camera's menus. The top left PASM mode knob includes six C options to activate different Custom configurations -- a vast improvement over selecting custom shooting banks from the menus. This is a welcome feature on a Pro body. On the thumb rest, the Q button provides Quick access to a tableau of 16 top-level configuration groups like ISO, autofocus strategy, white balance, film simulations, etc. The target group is quickly selected using the joystick, and its setting is changed using the thumbwheel. Changes are temporary unless the Q button gets a long press to update one of the C settings. On the left, the Drive button makes it easy to switch between bracketing modes such as HDR (AE BKT), color balance and ISO bracketing, plus burst mode, multiple exposures, and more. The body buttons and wheels may also be assigned to various functions. Altogether, these features provide tremendous versatility and efficiency in using the camera. We know that the value of a camera system depends on both the camera bodies and lenses. With the GFX 100s, I bought the Fujinon GF 23mm, 32-64mm, and 45-100mm lenses, and I am thoroughly impressed by their optical performance with this unforgiving sensor. Their mechanical quality is also outstanding, using real metal and buttery smooth mechanisms. When pixel-peeped at 100%, the 102MP images are tack sharp into the corners and show little to no color fringing *before* applying the chromatic aberration correction. I also observed no longitudinal chromatic aberration (LCA) with these lenses. This aberration creates purple and green fringing around subjects nearer or farther than the focus point, and I've found it to be a nuisance with F/1.4 and F/1.8 primes on full-frame. LCA is most noticeable around defocused specular highlights and dark subjects like tree limbs or hair against a bright sky. Fujifilm engineers certainly know that an F/4 lens can be designed for higher image quality than a faster lens (assuming glass, etc., being equal). But what about the Depth of Field (DOF) given by an F/4 lens - is it narrow enough for your application? It depends on your application. If you are coming from full-frame, don't think of F/4 on the GFX sensor as being F/4 on a full-frame sensor. A direct comparison for DOF versus aperture cannot be made across different sensor sizes. Comparing the DOF between GFX and full-frame uses a conversion factor of 0.62. Thus, an F/4 GF lens offers the same DOF as an F/2.5 lens on full-frame, making my 100mm F/4 on GFX equivalent to a 79mm F/2.5 on full-frame. If you need a narrower DOF with the GFX sensor, the GF 110mm F/2 is equivalent to an 85mm F/1.4 on full-frame, and the GF 80mm F/1.7 is equivalent to a 65mm F/1.05 on full-frame. What's missing? Tilt-Shift lenses. Hopefully, Fujifilm will release tilt/shift lenses for the GFX series. I am already looking at ways to adapt my Nikon tilt/shift lenses to the GFX 100s. In summary, my experience thus far using the GFX 100s and several GF lenses has been extremely positive. Switching systems is very hard to do after a significant investment over many years. But this is proving to be the right choice.

Huge jump in photo quality

By Ted
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-07-26

Let's be clear, not for wildlife but for everything else it is simply remarkable camera. The colors and sharpness is just outstanding. The custom settings are great and can set up different shooting situations in advance, 6 custom setting give you a wide range of shooting situations. I shot a lot of landscape photography and this is the perfect camera for landscapes.

The best hand-held camera I've ever owned, and that has...

By Jeffrey E.
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-19

...included more than two dozen since 2000.. Some might denigrate this camera as having a 'minimedium-format' sensor, but it's the finest-output camera I've ever owned.. Yes, it and its lenses are a little heavier and larger than those for 'full-frame' (35mm) cameras, but this camera's output shames them it's so good.. I LOVE IT!!!

Beautiful !

By Perry
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-23

This camera is a joy to use! I have large hands, so I was a little concerned about the compactness of the camera body. However, when I added the MHG-GFX S handgrip it addressed my concern.

Radiating an ineffable sense of destiny

By Andrew
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-17

After 20 years of shooting with professional camera, I can recognize the really special ones. Because a camera is more like a creative companion or muse, not merely a technical instrument, one develops different relationships. Some, relationships are cordial, with good mutual work habits and dependability. Others are founded on hard work together, akin to working partners. Some are at a higher level, due to the respect and continued wonder of the capabilities of a camera. Yet, some are above that. They give you a sense of encapsulated genius, a sense of holding a powerful, potent instrument, that requires a higher level of knowledge and commitment. An awareness, that whatever the flaws, the camera is capable of meeting your demands, and bringing some additional discovery to the endeavor. The Fujifilm 100S, and its well-matched lenses brings that rarest of senses back to the fore. The excitement of having an instrument that advances discovery and that requires your senses to be at their highest level. Once you see the detail and nuance of its 16 bit files, you will understand that you must bring your best efforts, your keenest observations, and your presence to justify the great capabilities of the camera. At a more practical level, compared with large DSLR's, the GFX feels quite comfortable and substantial, and it thankfully doesn't suffer from the barbell feeling that some mirrorless cameras have. The ergonomics of its buttons and switches is not as good as some of Fujifilm's earlier X-bodies, but it is still good, and very customizable. Battery life is decent, autofocus is reasonable, and the IBIS system is good, though it never offers sharpness as acute as using a quality tripod.

Amazing files! ...but the rest is a bit of a disappointment.

By Klaus
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2021-10-16

Yes, this is camera produces fantastic files, and for the money, it is a no-brainer; the best resolution you are going to get for $6K. However, the camera is far from perfect. The weather-sealing is a joke. Neither Nikon nor Pentax would label this camera as such. Those cameras are properly sealed. The GFX 100S is definitely not. I got three lenses with the body, and the 100-200 doesn't lock properly to the body, so you can actually rotate the lens ever so slightly. That has never happened to me even with much cheaper cameras, which again, doesn't speak well of the craftmanship. The menus are a disaster. much worse than the Sony menus, which is saying a lot. Finally, the ergonomics are pretty poor also; none of the fun that you get with the Fujis that have dials for everything. In other words, except for the amazing resolution that you get for $6K, this camera is a bit of a disappointing, and yet, I am buying a second one!

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Are there full frame 35 and super 35 video modes ...

Are there full frame 35 and super 35 video modes for this camera that accommodate both of these respective smaller lens formats?
Asked by: Jordan
There are no full frame or super 35mm modes in the camera at the moment.
Answered by: Stephen
Date published: 2021-12-19

Can you shoot a smaller RAW file? or do you have ...

Can you shoot a smaller RAW file? or do you have to shoot the full res all the time?
Asked by: Sang
How is the rolling shutter effect in video? And how obvious is it when using electronic shutter is stills? I already own a GFX50R which I love but this is important for me since I need my camera to operate in silent mode.
Answered by: Nikos
Date published: 2022-01-12

Can the camera focus stack and pixel shift at the ...

Can the camera focus stack and pixel shift at the same time?
Asked by: Lenny
Just manually focus stack. Shoot in manual focus, when doing so a helpful hyperfocal gage pops up on the lcd so you can overlap the focus areas. Do that and pixel shift each image, then combine all the images in photoshop. Not sure why you would want to do this though...100mp is plenty resolution for massive prints. Plus the file you would be stacking would be stupid would need a crazy powerful computer to combine something like that. Its possible, just do it manually in camera.
Answered by: Raynor
Date published: 2022-01-08

What is the image size when recording video? Can ...

What is the image size when recording video? Can the Fuji GFX100S record Medium Format image size at 4k? Medium Format at 1080p?
Asked by: s
Shooting 4K or 1080P video on the GFX100S does not utilize the entire sensor.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-07-08


Asked by: alan
Yes. The Fujifilm GF 1.4X TC WR teleconverter exists for use with the GFX-series of cameras as well as the 100-200mm f/5.6 R LM OIS WR and 250mm f/4 R LM OIS WR GFX lenses.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2021-11-22

Is there any options for using a external ...

Is there any options for using a external intervalometer for time-lapse photography
Asked by: Ian
At the moment there isn't a compatible intervalometer for the X100s.
Answered by: Stephen G
Date published: 2021-05-10

Does it come with a stand-alone battery charger?

Does it come with a stand-alone battery charger?
Asked by: Peter
A stand-alone charger is not included. What is included is a USB cable and the AC-5VJ AC Power Adapter to charge the battery in-camera.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2021-06-17

Are there any macro lens options that can ...

Are there any macro lens options that can producce greater than 1:1 magnification on this camera? Thanks.
Asked by: Satya
The below Staff answer is incorrect (1:2 is lesser magnification than 1:1). There are no native options that go beyond 1:1 - however you can use the Fuji GF 120mm Macro with the MCEX-45G WR extension tube to achieve 1:1. If you add the MCEX-18G WR in addition, you can go beyond 1:1.
Answered by: Matt
Date published: 2021-06-14
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