At its 2020 X Summit in London earlier this week, Fujifilm announced it’s working on adding a 400 Megapixel ‘pixel shift’ mode for its GFX 100 medium format mirrorless camera system.

The impending feature was teased as Fujifilm engineers talked about adding a new function to its GFX 100 (around the 39:30 mark in the above video). According to the engineers, the ultra-resolution mode would use ‘sub-μm order control’ pixel pitch to create 400MP stills from the 100MP sensor inside its GFX100. Specifically, the engineers noted the new technology would be able to control pixel shift with 10x more precision than is currently available using the in-body image stabilization.

Aside from the aforementioned details, no other information was given, as Fujifilm engineers progressed through the 2020 X Summit. So, until Fujifilm reveals more information, it’s just a matter of waiting to see how long it is until the new feature finds its way to the company’s 100MP medium format mirrorless camera.