The township of Maundaw was allegedly the scene of some of the worst violence last year, at the hands of soldiers and police.
Myanmar is a majority Buddhist country with more than 130 recognised ethnic groups.
The man who is filming prays for help: "Oh father, try for us, save our life."Mr Sha said he did not know if these people were still alive.
An estimated 1,000 Rohingya have been killed over the past two weeks.
In 2012, clashes caused thousands of Rohingyas to flee the state capital Sittwe and shelter in what they thought would be temporary camps.
Five years on, they still depend on food aid but malnutrition appears common, compounded by a lack of medical services.
Her demeanour was somewhere between blank and terrified. Then they started beating me and they took off my clothes."They beat me too much and did what they wanted. The Myanmar Government organised a trip for foreign journalists to go to northern Rakhine State, in Myanmar's west.
Aung San Suu Kyi has tried to carve out space for dialogue, requesting that emotive terms like Bangali and Rohingyas be avoided, and "Muslim" be used instead.Many have lived in Myanmar for generations, but they exist under a kind of apartheid — forbidden to leave their village without permission, get a formal job or attend university.Against this backdrop, a new insurgency formed calling itself Harakah al-Yaqin … It is thought to be led and funded from Saudi Arabia.But the 1 million Muslim Rohingyas are not among them.Most in Myanmar consider Rohingyas to be illegal immigrants from neighbouring Bangladesh, calling them "Bengalis" or worse, "kalas".