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ALPA XO Exoskeleton for Fujifilm GFX100 Unveiled

ALPA just announced the ALPA XO Exoskeleton for Fujifilm GFX100:

ALPA XO, the high-end exoskeleton for the brand new Fujifilm GFX 100 camera. ALPA introduces the extraordinary ALPA XO line, which supports the new generation of medium format cameras for still and moving images. The first series of products will include the ALPA XO exoskeleton, top handle and professional adapter for PL and LPL cine lenses. Of course, everything will be modular and flexible in ALPA style.

Filmmakers use camera cages to add various kinds of accessories to their rig. With ALPA XO, they can attach handles, matte boxes, follow- and remote focus systems, field monitors, recorders and wireless video solutions to match their creative vision. Even without the need for accessories and other lens mounts, the XO-cage will reinforce and protect your camera in every situation.

Just one week after the official launch of the Fujfifilm GFX 100, you can see the prototypes of the ALPA XO Exoskeleton for the Fujifilm GFX 100 at CineGear 2019 in Los Angeles at the booth of Fujifilm and Samy’s. On the latter also together with the ALPA Switar Cine Prime Lenses.

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Fujifilm GFX100 Assembly – 860 pieces for 1 Great Camera!

Last week DRPreivew brought us inside the pre-production Fujifilm GFX100 assembly line, where the Fujifilm GFX100 is manufactured by hand.

Today, while scrolling through the very active Fujifilm GFX group, I noticed this post by Ken from Channel X, that gives us a few more interesting pictures from inside the assembly line.

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Fujifilm GFX100: No IBIS/OIS Combo, X-H1 vs GFX IBIS, Fujifilm GFX 100 Media Sheets, F-Log and More

In a recent interview, Fujifilm managers unveiled that it took them 3 years to develop the IBIS mechanism for the Fujifilm GFX100.

1.5 years were shared with the Fujifilm X-H1 IBIS mechanism development. But once the IBIS for X-H1 was ready, it took them additional 1.5 years for Fujifilm GFX100 IBIS.

At Fujikina 2019 in Toyko, Fujifilm displayed the ASP-C and MF IBIS units. You can see the difference in the image below.

Imaging-resource also shared a video and some GFX100 media slides. They say:

  • IBIS and OIS do not work together. Could change in future with firmware update, as it happened with Fujifilm X-H1
  • 4K@30p full sensor readout, but uses line skipping in vertical direction

The Fujifilm X-H1 IBIS looks small next to the Fujifilm GFX100 one. However, the X-H1 IBIS is still too big. It’s one of Fuji’s priorities to make it even smaller in order to give us a smaller Fujifilm X-H2, or maybe even fit it into a future Fujifilm X-T4 and X-T40 or any other camera that might come down the road.

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KIPON Releases LPL-GFX Pro Adapter to Use Arri LPL Mount Cine Lenses on FUJIFILM GFX 100

Kipon LPL-GFX Pro Adapter

KIPON has announced an LPL-GFX Pro adapter, which will allow you to use Arri LPL mount large format cine lenses on the latest 100 MP FUJIFILM GFX100 camera.

BHphoto offers a bundle of 6 Arri LPL cine lenses for the price of 15 times the value of my car or 25 years of rent for my apartment. Check it out here.

For more affordable LPL mount solutions you have to look at Tokina’s offering here.

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