In the case of the GFX 100, the final images check in at a resolution of 11,648 x 8,736 pixels. Multiply those numbers together and you get 101,756,928, which is basically the 102-megapixel number you’d expect. Compare that to the resolution of screens on which you view images every day. The iPhone XS Max, for instance, has a resolution of 2,688 x 1,242 for a total of 3.3-megapixels. True 4K screens check in at 8.5 megapixels and if you go up to 8K screens that are coming down the line, the resolution jumps all the way up to roughly 33 megapixels.