6X7 Film camera shoots 1000 frames per second.....

Not really! But in the last few days Fujifilm has announced two very unique and different cameras.

The first is a new FILM camera that looks similar to cameras manufactured 75 years ago. The GF670 uses 120/220 film and has a 80mm aperture priority lens. It will shoot 6X6 and 6X7 format. It is somewhat similar to a reasonably new Voigtlander Bessa 111.

The other fascinating camera by Fujifilm is the FinePix HS10 which boasts of a 30x, 24mm to 720mm f2.8-5.6 lens, 10MP, 1920x1080 HD video, RAW, and a high speed 1000 fps motion capture.

If only we could get the 24-720mm lens on the 6X7 with a full frame sensor. Now, that would be different!