The Fujifilm GFX 100 II inherits DNA from both the original GFX 100 and the smaller, less expensive GFX 100S. Fujifilm tells us the GFX 100 II’s primary enhancements come from improved speed and autofocus capabilities.
However, the camera’s sensor is a faster variant of the one used in the GFX 100 and 100S, which Fujifilm says has a greater full well capacity (the amount of charge it can handle before clipping). Additionally, new offset microlenses should improve image quality in the corners. Does it make a difference? This is a pre-production sample gallery, but it should be a good indicator of how the new camera performs.
We’ve had a chance to include a few shots using the new GF55mm F1.7R WR and the GF 30mm F5.6 T/S, and have included an example with and without the use of the lens’ shift mechanism, to show the impact it can have.