The GFX100 gains the ability to output RAW video in ProRes format via the Atomos Ninja V. Also the firmware upgrades the camera’s USB control protocol thereby giving more control on camera settings when shooting tethered and when mounted on a drone or a gimbal.
There are significant improvements to the AF system as well. Face & Eye detection has been improved along with phase detection performance in low light. Also, the GFX100 gains the Classic Neg & Eterna Bleach Bypass film simulations and the GFX50 gains Classic Neg & original Eterna simulation mode.
FUJIFILM North America Corporation announced today the availability of its highly-anticipated firmware update for the GFX System. This firmware update provides significant additional capabilities to each GFX System digital camera for photography, as well as considerable new capabilities for video shooters, including 4K RAW video support for the FUJIFILM GFX100.
This new firmware update will soon allow the FUJIFILM GFX100 to output 4K RAW video up to 29.97p via HDMI, which can then be recorded to an Atomos Ninja V 5” HDR monitor recorder*1 and encoded into 12-bit Apple ProRes RAW for compatibility with a wide range of grading and editing software.