(Cnet Korea = Reporter Hong Sang-hyun) Sony Korea announced on the 12th that it will launch a new line of cinema “FX30” for video producers.
4K Super 35mm Compact Cinema Camera FX30 ▲ Dual Base ISO ▲log shooting mode ▲It is equipped with various cinema line functions such as user LUT. Thanks to this, not only video experts but also beginners who are new to video can express a cinematic look.
To commemorate the launch of the FX30, Sony Korea will pre-sale in limited quantities via Naver Shopping Live from 7 p.m. on the 12th. It comes in two versions: the FX30 with XLR handle and the FX30B without XLR handle. The FX30 is 3,349,000 won and the FX30B is 2,699,000 won. The official sale will start from the 20th through Sony Korea’s official online and offline stores.
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■ movie-like video
The FX30 is a state-of-the-art imaging system that gives filmmakers the power of cinematic expression. Equipped with dual base ISO (800/2500) and a new 20.1 megapixel (Super 35mm) back-illuminated APS-C Exmor R™ CMOS image sensor, it supports high sensitivity, low noise and more than 14 stops.
Various video recording codecs are also supported. 4K Super 35mm (16:9) upsampling to 6K at 60 fps is possible, and high frame rates of up to 4K 120 fps and FHD 240 fps are supported. In 16:9 recording, shooting in 10-bit 4:2:2 mode is possible, and 4K 10-bit 4:2:2 video and 16-bit RAW format video can be output to an external device via the terminal. HDMI Type A.
Like the existing Cine line, for shooting using the S-Log3 gamma curve, log shooting via Cine El, Cine El Quick and flexible ISO modes are possible, providing greater flexibility in color grading. In three shooting modes, you can record video while monitoring the final image with the LUT applied. Additionally, the FX30 has the same cinematic look as the S-Cinetone and can take standalone photos. Additionally, it is equipped with the BIONZ XR image processing engine to support natural gradation and lifelike color implementation.
■ Various features for video creators
The FX30 supports ‘Real-Time Eye-AF’ and ‘Real-Time Tracking’ and ‘AF Assist’ applied to people, animals and birds, and allows you to fine-tune AF settings.
The “focus map” which visually displays the depth of field and the breathing compensation function are installed to maintain a constant angle of view when changing focus. In addition, thanks to the built-in 5-axis Optical Body Image Stabilization system and in-camera timecode synchronization, Active Mode enables stable shooting.
The FX30, a new model in the cinema line, includes a main menu screen that allows users to organize frequently used items into a list, a standby screen that allows a more complete view of the subject, and buttons and dials dedicated to video recording . It also supports creative workflows for video producers. EI metadata via built-in LUTs and Sony’s Catalyst Browse/Prepare software make post-production editing easy.
■ Compact form factor for ease of use
The compact size, light weight, and flat-top design with accessory hole make the FX30 ideal for handheld to low-angle shooting, as well as shooting with gimbals and accessories.
The XLR handle unit is perfect for low-angle shooting, and filmmakers can record crystal-clear sound with two XLR audio inputs and an audio input that includes a 3.5mm stereo mini jack for the 4 channel recording. Additionally, an external microphone can be directly connected to the camera via the Multi Interface Shoe (MI shoe) or microphone jack, and recording using the internal stereo microphone is also easy. In addition, the FX30 is equipped with two slots compatible with CFexpress Type A memory cards and SDXC/SDHC cards, providing video creators with an efficient and free shooting experience.
Additionally, it is equipped with an efficient heat dissipation system for stable and continuous 4K 60p recording, and is crafted with durable magnesium alloy. Additionally, it provides other essential components such as an E-mount lens and a high-performance microphone.
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