Using the new sensor in conjunction with the X-Processor 4, gives an advanced level of face tracking performance. The photographer has the ability to identify and capture even easier than before, difficult subjects like a person inside profile. In the Eye AF mode, you can even specify which of the subject’s eyes you want the camera to prioritize. This is particularly useful in portraiture, which commands focusing accuracy with a very shallow depth of field. The touchscreen panel or Focus Lever can be used to select which of a crowd of faces detected you want the camera to track, focus and adjust exposure to.
The GFX 100 will deliver fast and highly-accurate phase-detection AF even in low-light conditions at -5EV*.
Focus bracketing – followed by some stacking and blending in post-production – can give you superb results, with everything in focus. With the Auto mode added on Firmware Ver.2.00, you only need to specify the starting and ending points and shooting interval, and the camera would automatically determine the number of frames and steps required.