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Various functions

Switch P / S / A / M Mode

Shooting mode button

The shooting mode button (Fn2) on the top panel allows you to switch between "Program (P)" and "Shutter Speed Priority (S)" (when the aperture is set to Auto) and between "Aperture Priority (A)" and "Manual (M)" (when the aperture is set to Manual). These selections can be assigned to a function button of your choice in Function (Fn) Setting.

Still / Multi / Movie mode switch

Rotate the Drive Mode Dial to switch between the Still, Multi and Movie modes. Selecting the Still or Movie mode restores the respective settings so that you can start shooting as soon as you switch, without having to adjust settings. The Drive Button allows you to adjust burst speed and video frame rate. The Dial Lock Release Button prevents any accidental use.

Buttons / Menu Customization

Numerous function (Fn) buttons are provided at various points on the camera body allowing you to assign your preferred settings for easy access. The 16 items shown in the Q (Quick) menu and C1 - C7 can also be reconfigured to instantly access your favorite Film Simulation modes or image quality settings. The camera also supports "My Menu," where your most frequently-used items can be stored.

Six Types of Bracketing

Six types of bracketing are available to capture multiple frames at different settings with a single press of the shutter release. This function works with both JPEG and RAW formats.

AE Bracketing Frames: -2, -3, +3, +2, ±9, ±7, ±5, ±3
±1/3EV - ±3EV, 1/3EV step
Film Simulation Bracketing Any 3 Types of Film Simulation Selectable
Dynamic Range Bracketing 100% · 200% · 400%
ISO Sensitivity Bracketing ±1/3EV / ±2/3EV / ±1EV
White Balance Bracketing ±1 / ±2 / ±3
Focus Bracketing Interval, Number of shots, 10 step

AE Bracketing



3D Electronic Level / Histogram

The electronic level uses a 3D system which is highly effective for architecture or landscape photography, when the accuracy of horizontal and vertical lines is crucial. Four types of histogram can be displayed: RGB and brightness, each with or without highlight warnings.


Use the touchscreen panel to enter "Author" and "Copyright" to your file's EXIF data. Record your voice for up to 30 seconds to make notes about the images you are shooting to keep track of your shoots.


Sample unique shooting styles including fixed point photography, time lapse and self timer images with controls over shooting interval, total number of frames and shutter delay. The Self Timer function can be set at 2 sec. or 10 sec. The former is particularly useful for situations when you want to minimize camera shake, such as long exposures.

Shooting Interval 1sec. - 24 hours
Number of Frames 1 - 999 + ∞
Shutter Delay In 0min. - 24 hours

Wireless Communication and Pairing

Install the free application "FUJIFILM Camera Remote" on your smartphone or tablet device to shoot via Live View and transfer your camera images to your device. The camera can also be paired with your device via Bluetooth® to automatically transfer images. Using the app you can also update the camera firmware directly.


Four Metering Modes

The GFX 100 offers four metering modes: multi metering, spot metering, average metering and center-weighted metering. When using the spot-metering mode, the selected focus area can also be used for metering. The options allow you to adjust metering according to the surrounding environment or your subject matter.

Multi Calculates exposure based on analysis of the whole frame
Spot Takes a meter reading from an area occupying approx. 2% of the frame
Average Sets exposure based on the average brightness of the entire frame
Center Weighted Takes a meter reading mainly from the center of the frame

ISO Sensitivity

The standard ISO sensitivity range is ISO100-12800, with extended sensitivities of ISO50, ISO25600, ISO51200 and ISO102400. RAW format is supported at all ISO settings. The AUTO function allows you to set the standard ISO, low shutter speed limit and upper ISO limit, and configure AUTO 1 - 3 settings according to shooting conditions.

Still Standard Output: AUTO1 / AUTO2 / AUTO3 (up to ISO12800) / ISO100 to 12800 (1/3 step)
Extended Output: ISO50 / 25600 / 51200 / 102400
Movie Standard Output: AUTO (up to ISO12800) / ISO100 to 12800 (1/3 step)
Extended Output: ISO25600

Shooting Standby Mode

In standby mode, all displays except the Sub LCD Monitor and Rear Sub Monitor turn off to save power when the camera is not in use. Choose the length of time your camera will wait before entering standby mode: 5 min, 2 min, 1 min, 30 sec., or 15 sec.

Powering the Camera or Recharging via the USB

The GFX 100 can be powered and recharged via the USB-C port, enabling an extended shooting and removing any worries about running out of power. While traveling to a shoot or when on an outdoor shoot, you can use a USB PD(Power Delivery) power source which can power the camera or rapidly recharge the battery. If you use device with over 30W delivery, you can charge two batteries simultaneously and quickly(USB PD Rev2.0 ver1.3).

Battery Age

Check the age of the batteries in the camera. Battery age is expressed as a number between 0 (youngest) and 4 (oldest).