Fujifilm Introduces FUJIFILM GFX100 IR (Infrared) Version Large Format Mirrorless Digital Camera

TOKYO, November 25, 2020 – FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) is pleased to announce the launch of FUJIFILM GFX100 IR version (GFX100 IR), a new version of the GFX100 large format mirrorless digital camera, now with infrared image-making capabilities, ideal for use in forensic, scientific, and cultural preservation applications. Infrared images can now be made at 100MP – and even at 400MP through GFX100’s new Pixel Shift Multi-Shot function – to reveal intricate details within a subject or scene that can only normally be seen through the infrared spectrum.

In addition to all of the benefits GFX100 already provides, GFX100 IR also includes the ability to:

Make images in the infrared spectrum at an incredible 100MP or 400MP of resolution

Images made of a subject within the infrared spectrum can reveal details that a regular (non-IR) digital camera or the naked eye cannot see. For example, in the field of forensics, this can be an important tool in helping to identify counterfeit documents. For individuals working in cultural preservation, GFX100 IR can be used to analyze pigments and in works of art and historical artifacts, even if they have degraded over time. Using the Pixel Shift Multi-Shot feature on GFX100 IR can create 400MP images with incredible detail and little-to-no color fringing.

Using GFX100 IR with the Pixel Shift Multi-Shot feature is invaluable for cultural research because reviewing images of a subject in infrared could ultimately lead to potentially unlocking untold secrets from some of history’s most treasured artifacts. It can also be an incredibly powerful tool for researchers using the images to evaluate works of art or pieces of evidence.

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In cooperation with Nishi Hongwanji Shiro Shoin (White Wood Chambers)〈National Treasure〉 
Unauthorized copying, reproduction or reprinting of the images is strictly prohibited.

Use special filters to make images within specific wavelengths

Different IR filters in front of the camera lens can be used to make images at various wavelengths, which can reveal different details within a subject. However, using the appropriate IR cut filter will allow GFX100 IR to be used normally (same as the standard GFX100) to make regular color images within the visible spectrum.

Additionally, when the camera is set in a fixed position and paired with Capture One, or a similarly compatible software application to engage tethered capture functionality, users can create images with the same angle of view, and maintain a simple capture to output workflow for maximum efficiency.

Special Webpage

Visit the special webpage for more information.


This product is designed for forensic, scientific, and cultural preservation applications, and will not be made available to general customers for personal use. Sales of GFX100 IR may only be completed if they are accompanied by a signed GFX100 IR User Agreement, which sets out the terms of use for the camera.GFX100 IR is expected to be available from Dec 1st 2020.

Availability of GFX100IR is limited to 4 locations, Asia, North America, Oceania, Europe. If you have any questions about this product, please contact your regional contact number.



  • Japan
    FUJIFILM Digital Camera Support Center
    Tel: 0570-04-1060

  • China
    FUJIFILM (China) Investment Co.,Ltd.
    Tel: 400-820-6300

  • Korea

  • Southeast Asia
    Electronic Imaging Division


North America 

  • Fujifilm North America Corporation
    Marketing Communications
    Daniel Carpenter
    Email: [email protected]
    Tel: 914-529-2714


  • FUJIFILM Australia Pty Ltd
    NSW Service Centre
    Tel: +61-2-9466-2600



  • Germany/ Austria / Netherlands:
    FUJIFILM Electronic Imaging Europe GmbH
    Fujistraße 1 47533 Kleve, Germany
    Tel : +49 (0) 2821 7115 0

  • UK / Ireland:
    FUJIFILM UK Limited
    Unit 10A, St Martins Business Centre
    St Martins Way, Bedford
    MK42 0LF, United Kingdom
    Tel : +44 (0)1234 572 000

  • France:
    FUJIFILM France – Imaging Business
    5 avenue des CHAUMES – CS 40760 MONTIGNY
    Tél. : +33 (0)1 30 14 34 56

  • Italy :
    FUJIFILM Italia S.p.A.
    Milan Head Office: S.S. n. 11 Padana Superiore, 2/B 20063 Cernusco sul Naviglio (MI)
    Tel : +39-02-929741

  • Spain :
    FUJIFILM Europe GmbH, Sucursal en España
    Aragón 180, 08011 Barcelona
    Tel : +34 93 451 15 15

  • Portugal:
    FUJIFILM Europe GmbH – Sucursal em Portugal
    Rotunda Eng.º. Edgar Cardoso, nº23, 10º, Edifício Tower Plaza 4400-676 Vila Nova de Gaia
    Tel : +351 22 619 42 00

  • Sweden / Denmark / Finland / Norway :
    FUJIFILM Nordic AB
    Hantverkargatan 25 B, 112 21 Stockholm, Sweden
    Tel : +46 (0) 8-525 237 00

  • Belgium /  Luxembourg :
    Fujifilm Belgium NV
    Excelsiorlaan 39
    1930 Zaventem, Belgium
    Tel+32 2 302.15.15

  • Poland / Czech Republic / Slovakia  :
    FUJIFILM Europe GmbH (Sp. z o.o.) Department in Poland
    Al. Jerozolimskie 178, 02-486 Warsaw, Poland
    Tel : (+48 22) 517 66 00

  • Ukraine :
    Fujifilm Ukraine LLC
    11, Borysoglibska str. 04070 Kyiv, Ukraine
    Tel : + 38 044 390 75 42

  • Hungary :
    FUJIFILM Hungary Ltd.
    H-1037, Budapest, Bojtar utca 56, Hungary
    Tel : +36-1-920-2800

  • Any other countries not listed above in EU/EEA Area:
    FUJIFILM Electronic Imaging Europe GmbH
    Fujistraße 1 47533 Kleve, Germany
    Tel : +49 (0) 2821 7115 0