Fujifilm GFX100 ProRes RAW does Not Support White Balance Adjustment

Jordan from DPReview goes over the latest Final Cut Pro update, which improves ProRes RAW support, including important new features such as the ability to change your white balance and ISO after the fact!

Now in Final Cut Pro you have a drop down menu to set your ISO, you have a slider for your white balance and a slider for exposure compensation.

Currently this is only supported in Final Cut Pro, but other video editing software should follow.

But there is a problem!

Jordan points out in the video, that not all cameras get those two much needed features (ISO and white balance adjustment).

At the moment there seems to be full support only for Z Cam cameras and Panasonic cameras.

The Fujifilm GFX100 supports the ISO adjustment, but not the white balance adjustment, which is so important when shooting RAW video.

Other cameras are even worse. The Nikon Z series does not support either ISO nor white balance adjustment.

Jordan concludes:

I hope that, whoever is responsible, Atomos, Apple or the camera manufacturers, they can get to work and make all of these cameras fully compatible with these features

Dear Fujifilm, set up a zoom meeting with Apple and Atomos, and get this fixed soon, please!

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AVAILABLE NOW: Atomos Enables 12-bit 4K ProRes RAW Recording with Fujifilm GFX100 via Firmware Update

The Beta testing is over, and you can finally download the final AtomOS 10.53 firmware update for Atomos Ninja V to allow for 12-bit 4K ProRes RAW recording on the Fujifilm GFX100.

You can download the firmware 10.53 at this page.

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Fujifilm GFX100 Atomos ProRes RAW Beta Available Now

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We’re super excited to announce that we have released the Ninja V AtomOS v10.53 Pre-Release Beta that will allow

Fujifilm X GFX North America

GFX100 users to shoot and record in 12-bit 4K ProRes RAW from the Ninja V.

If you are a GFX100 & Ninja V user you can now register to download the pre-release beta by sending your request and details to our Pre-release Beta email address: gfx.rawbeta@atomos.com or visit: https://bit.ly/2POqNjj
For more information about this powerful combination visit the Atomos website: https://bit.ly/30Skamj
As this is a pre-release beta there are known current limitations listed in the accompanying Release Notes that you will receive, the full release is expected in the last week of August where all functions will be available.

Please note this release is for testing only and use for any other purpose is entirely at the users risk. Feedback you provide can help us identify issues and bug fixes for the final release, please check the requirements in the release notes.

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Fujifilm Guys and Manager Explain New Fujifilm GFX Firmware and Say that Blackmagic Design RAW Support is Technically Possible

What a day!

Fujifilm has released:

In all this buzz, I’d like to highlight one interview made by Cinema5D to top Fujifilm manager Makoto San.

The talk mainly gravitates towards the new ProRes RAW support for Fujifilm GFX100, but they touch also on other topics, which is why I want to highlight this interview in a dedicated post.

Interview Summary

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Get the Atomos Ninja (on Sale Today Only) for Fujifilm GFX100 Apple ProRes 12-bit RAW Recording

Fujifilm GFX100 owners were just covered with firmware love, and among the others, the possibility to record ProRes RAW using the Atomos Ninja V HDMI Recorder.

To make the good news even better, today only, there are savings on the Atomos Ninja V. Check them out at BHphoto, AmazonUS and Adorama.

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