FUJIFILM has long made a name for itself among its users by offering substantial firmware updates to its cameras that add new features and unlock unrealized potential. It looks like the entire medium format GFX lineup is up next. Today, FUJIFILM released major upgrades for the GFX 50S and GFX 50R, as well as the GFX 100—which deserves a special mention for adding raw video output for ProRes RAW with compatible Atomos recorders.
4K Raw Video Output for the GFX 100
Headlining all these upgrades is the addition of raw video output via HDMI for the GFX 100. This camera already made waves for its impressive video chops, especially considering its medium format sensor. Now, with firmware Ver. 2.00, the GFX 100 can produce a UHD 4K raw video at up to 30p via HDMI that can be captured by a compatible recorder. Specifically, you’ll want to use an Atomos recorder, such as the Ninja V, to record the raw data as a ProRes RAW file.