The Fujifilm GFX 50S is a medium format mirrorless camera with a 51.4 Megapixel sensor that's 1.7 times larger than the full-frame 35mm format. It's the first model in Fujifilm's new GFX system, aimed at photographers who want the ultimate in image quality. The body also features a focal plane shutter, a removeable electronic viewfinder, Wifi, 1080p video, and the same tilting screen mechanism of the XT2, not to mention a number of similar controls. The price hasn't been finalized, but expect to pay around $10,000 USD with the standard lens when it's launched in early 2017. It's an exciting development for Fujifilm and a sensible complement to the X-series. I got to handle the camera at Photokina and quiz the engineers for my Fujifilm GFX 50S preview!