5.76 million dot interchangeable EVF, dual UHS-II card slots and dual batteries.
You'll be able to capture 16-bit RAW images, making it easy to draw detail out of shadows and highlights. All of Fujifilm's usual filters, like Velvia, Eterna Cinema and Monochrome are available. The GFX1
The GFX100 is weather sealed "to ensure an exceptionally high level of dust and moisture resistance," Fujifilm said. While it's obviously not small, it's about the full-frame DSLR and weighs about 3 pounds including two batteries, a memory card and the EVF.
You're probably now bracing for the price, and rightfully so, as the Fujifilm GFX100 costs $ 10,000 without a lens. Hassanblad's X1D costs $ 8,500 but has helped lower the resolution. The GFX100 goes on sale starting June 27th.