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Sony's FX3 Cinema Line camera brings the visions of passionate content creators to life. Compact and lightweight, it's easy to carry and handle.Add to kit list
The FX3's full-frame image sensor enables capturing of scenes in cinematic 4K, with shallow depth of field and stunning bokeh. Coupled with innovative light-gathering techniques and 15+ stops of dynamic range, it lets you capture clear and usable images even in dim light. The standard ISO sensitivity of 80-102400 for movies is expandable all the way up to 409600.
S-Log3 gamma curve and S-Gamut3.Cine enable shooting with high-quality colour reproduction over a wide dynamic range, and an HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) HDR picture profile enables direct HDR (HLG) playback on compatible TVs with no post-production.
The FX3 is capable of 4K internal recording, 10-bit depth and 4:2:2 colour sampling with All Intra on top of Long-GOP compression. This makes it possible to push your colour grades further while still retaining natural gradation. Even at high frame rates, detailed 4K imagery is captured thanks to the FX3's high-precision AF and high-speed readout capabilities. Slow and Quick (S&Q) mode gives you full control over the shooting frame rate, for beautiful motion sequences at up to 5x slow motion (with 24p output).
The FX3 includes five AF Subject Shift Sensitivity settings, which allows the user to customise how easily AF will switch or stay with the locked-on subject, as well as wide-area AF with intelligent tracking using focal-plane phase-detection for tenacious subject tracking across almost the entire frame, even when shooting at a shallow depth of field and at high frame rates.
Lens Mount E-Mount
Battery Operating Time
Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS, XAVC S-1, XAVC S
Recording Format (Audio) LPCM 2ch, LPCM 4ch, MPEG-4 AAC-LC 2ch
RAW Output HDMI: 4264x2408 (60/50/30/25/24p), 16bit
Sensor Type 35mm Full Frame, Exmore R CMOS
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