Fujifilm Unveils 102-M.-Pixel Mirrorless Camera
Tokyo, May 24 (Jiji Press)--Japan's Fujifilm Corp. said Thursday it will release a new premium mirrorless digital camera that features an image sensor with the world's highest resolution of 102 million pixels in late June.
The image sensor of the GFX100 camera is about 1.7 times the size of the conventional 35-millimeter full-frame sensor, the Fujifilm Holdings Corp. <4901> unit said.
The flagship model of the GFX mirrorless digital camera series targets professional photographers and amateurs seeking the highest picture quality, the company said. It expects to sell the GFX100 for around 1.32 million yen.
The GFX100 "delivers ultimate image quality and rich color tones," Fujifilm Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Shigetaka Komori said at a press briefing in Tokyo.
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