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Katsushika Hokusai/Under the Wave off Kanagawa, from the series Thirtysix
Views of Mount Fuji/The Sumida Hokusai Museum

One-stop solution to create the greatest 400MP image

Utilizing the GFX100’s 102MP large-format sensor*1, high-precision in-body image stabilization mechanism (IBIS) and its powerful X Processor 4 image processor, the PIXEL SHIFT MULTI SHOT function slightly moves the image sensor by 0.5 pixels to incrementally record high-resolution RGB pixel information over the course of creating 16 RAW images. Those images can then be imported into a new software application, FUJIFILM Pixel Shift Combiner, to create a single 400MP image, and outputted as a DNG RAW file for further processing in Capture One*2 or any other compatible editing software.

*1Large format sensor: an image sensor measuring 55mm diagonally (43.8mm x 32.9mm), with the area approx. 1.7 times that of a full-frame 35mm sensor*2Capture One is a registered trademark or trademark of Phase One A/S in the EU and/or other countries.”

Dedicated software “FUJIFILM Pixel Shift Combiner”

Unparalleled color reproduction

The PIXEL SHIFT MULTI SHOT function reproduces fine detail and color accuracy by shifting the image sensor so that each pixel records image data in red, green and blue. This allows for unparalleled color reproduction, with next to no false colors occurring, even in the finest of details. This benefit makes it the perfect choice for digital archiving and preserving works of art, cultural assets, and any other applications that require immense color fidelity and the reproduction of fine details.

400MP images created with PIXEL SHIFT MULTI SHOT

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The Sumida Hokusai Museum

An art museum located in Sumida City in Tokyo, the place where the master of ukiyo-e woodblock printing, Katsushika Hokusai, spent almost the entirety of his life, which is estimated to be around 90 years. Built to a design conceived by the architect Sejima Kazuyo, the museum building is modern yet blends seamlessly with the surrounding city. Along with AURORA (permanent exhibition room), which uses touch panels and high definition 4K monitors, and special exhibitions that feature a wide range of themes, the museum demonstrates the appeal of both Hokusai and the local area from multiple angles.

Official site here

Nishi Hongwanji

(2)While the temple was built in 1272 as a mausoleum for the Buddhist monk Shinran (1173–1263), numerous incidences of persecution and battles have led to the location of the temple being moved around, eventually ending up in its current location. Within the temple grounds, many historical buildings and gardens representative of the splendid Momoyama culture of the Azuchi-Momoyama period (1568–1600) remain. In 1994, the temple was recognized as a national heritage site, and in December of the same year, it was designated as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Official site here

In cooperation with the Sumida Hokusai Museum
In cooperation with Nishi Hongwanji Shiro Shoin (White Wood Chambers)〈National Treasure〉

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