Because it introduced it might throughout its X Summit Prime 2021 occasion final month, Fujifilm has launched updates for its GFX 100 and GFX 100S medium format cameras that brings the power to seize Blackmagic RAW video as much as DCI 4K 30 frames per second (fps) when paired with a appropriate Blackmagic recorder.

Again in June 2020, the Fujifilm GFX 100 obtained a firmware replace that enabled it to seize ProRes RAW video over HDMI when paired with Atomos’ Ninja V recorder. This functionality was handed on to the GFX 100S, which was introduced in early 2021. Not desirous to be ignored, Blackmagic teamed up with Fujifilm to make sure its 12-bit Uncooked video format, Blackmagic RAW, would even be appropriate with the hybrid medium format digicam methods.

A screenshot from Fujifilm’s X Summit Prime 2021 occasion displaying a Blackmagic monitor/recorder connected to a GFX 100S digicam system.

Firmware model 1.20 for the GFX 100S and firmware model 4.10 for the GFX 100 add the power to file 12-bit Blackmagic RAW video over HDMI when paired with Blackmagic Design’s Video Help 7”12G HDR and Video Help 5” 12G HDR monitor/recorders. The Blackmagic RAW recording characteristic is in the identical location as ProRes RAW recording below the cameras’ ‘F-Log/HLG/RAW RECORDING’ location within the film menu. As with ProRes RAW, Blackmagic RAW will be recorded at DCI 4K decision as much as 30 fps.

Along with recording the Uncooked footage externally to appropriate Blackmagic recorders, you can even concurrently file footage to the interior SD card with the Movie Simulation/F-Log/Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) codecs. The firmware updates additionally convey numerous bug fixes to each digicam methods.

You may obtain firmware model 1.20 for the GFX 100S and firmware model 4.10 for the GFX 100 on Fujifilm’s web site.