[UPDATE]: While we make every effort to provide the most consistent, representative performance in our studio-based testing, it is sometimes very difficult. After further analysis we've discovered our GFX100 shots are fractionally misfocused, an issue exacerbated by the exacting resolutions of the 100 MP system. While these images show that the GFX 100 can capture significantly more detail than its 50MP predecessors, they do not show the full extent of this difference. We are planning to re-shoot the scene as soon as a production camera arrives and would like to apologize for any misconception these images may have furthered.

Fujifilm's GFX 100 is equipped with an all-new, 100MP backside-illuminated CMOS sensor with dual-gain architecture. Not only does this sensor offer outstanding resolution, it also promises to exceed the capabilities of today's best full-frame cameras when it comes to high ISO image quality and Raw dynamic range.

We've been shooting with a pre-production GFX 100 with near-final firmware for a while now, and as part of our ongoing review we've updated our studio scene database so you can see how it compares. Please note that these images may be replaced when we have access to final firmware and / or a final shipping sample of the GFX 100 in the coming weeks.

Images shot using a pre-production Fujifilm GFX 100 and published with permission. Image quality may not exactly represent exactly the output from final shipping cameras but is likely to be extremely close.