1.0-type sensor with Dual DIGIC DV 6
The 1.0-type CMOS sensor on the XF400 is approximately 6.8x bigger than on the predecessor, boasts a large photosite surface area perfect for translating the subtle gradations into video expected in 4K recording, and also is capable of rendering footage with high bokeh quality as expected from a
1.0-type sensor. A built-in ND filter turret with three selectable densities up to ND 1/64 enhances ease-of-use and convenience even when shooting in environments with strong lighting, such as outdoors in daylight. This is complemented by the image processor, the new
Dual DIGIC DV 6, which aids noise suppression to let you shoot low-noise, useable footage even with low illumination. The culmination of these key abilities are also what makes it possible to capture footage with frame rates as high as 4K UHD 50p / 60p and
Full HD 100p / 120p.