Unlikely Fujifilm GFX-H100 For Filmmakers Rumor

Fujinon Premista 28-100mm T2.9: B&H Photo / Adorama
Fujinon Premista 80-250mm T2.9: B&H Photo / Adorama

EOSHD claims that the above-leaked slide is evidence that Fujifilm will release a high-end video camera based on the Fujifilm GFX system. While I believe this is a possibility especially since breaking that Primista would cover the GFX sensor and then having it later confirmed after there was much doubt.

During the presentation that included the above slide, Fujifilm claimed that this was the best way to capture high-quality video and EOSHD believes that the unique pixel layout will benefit anamorphic lenses. The sensor layout is also supposed to have Less rolling shutter, Less overheating, and Less false colour than traditional designs.

It’s been my belief that Fujifilm has had plans to get into high-end video since launching the X-T2 and their cine lenses because they went from having some of the worst video performance on the market to the best and Fujifilm just keeps getting better. It’s entirely possible that Fujifilm might launch a GFX sensor sized video camera in the future to rival Canon/Sony/Panasonic, but if it does come out I doubt it will be anytime soon.

Before the Primista lenses, a high-end APS-C video camera seemed to be the most likely path for Fujifilm to take into the world of high-end video, but now with the Primista, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a 44×33 sensor in a future Fujifilm camera. Lots of photographers find 5-10k cameras to be expensive, but in the high-end video world, 5-10k would be quite good. What do you think?


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