Fuji has released the new firmware of gfx100, which introduces the pixel displacement multiple shooting function, so that the 100 million pixel non reflection medium frame digital camera can realize 400 million pixel image through the linkage operation of shooting and post-processing.With the help of the frame sensor, high-precision body anti shake (IBIS) structure and powerful x-processor 4 image processor, the image sensor can be fine tuned by 0.5 pixels through the pixel displacement multiple shooting function. A large amount of high-resolution RGB pixel information is recorded when 16 raw images are taken.
Then these images can be imported into pixel shift combiner software to create and process 16 raw files to synthesize a single 400 million pixel image, and then export them as DNG and raw files for further processing in capture one or other compatible editing software. At the same time, the pixel shift combiner software can also realize online shooting.
The pixel displacement multiple shooting function enables each pixel to record the image data in red, green and blue through the moving image sensor, so that the color reproduction is more fine, and there is no wrong color at the most details. This advantage applies to the digital archiving and preservation of art works and cultural heritage, as well as all other uses requiring high fidelity color and accurate reproduction of details, which is very helpful for our current cultural industry record.
Fuji also launched a new gfx100 IR camera. This special infrared version is designed for forensic, scientific and archaeological industries, and can be used to identify forged documents or analyze pigments in paintings and historical documents.
Fuji says that by using different infrared filters in front of the lens, photographers can tap different wavelengths of light to reveal hidden details. In addition, proper infrared Cutting filter can make gfx100 IR work normally (same as standard gfx100), and take ordinary color image in visible spectrum range.