The GX680 is in a series of medium format SLR studio system cameras that uses 120/220 roll film in a 6x8 format and introduced by Fuji in 1989. The GX680 III is the third and final revision released in December, 1997. The next generation of the acclaimed GX680 series builds on the success of its predecessors with a host of new features like multi-format capability; separate shot counts for the lens, body, and film holder; and Fujifilm's barcode scanning system.
Modular Medium Format camera. It is a dual system for digital workflow and classic Rollfilm photography. A compact camera with logical technique for control of perspective, correction of converging verticals, depth of field control and creative movements. The M 679cc offers integrated self-aligning micro drives for direct vertical and lateral shifts. Covers the formats 6x6cm to 6x9cm. Adapters available for Hasselblad H, Hasselblad V and Phase One / Mamiya 645.