Sony launches FX30 camera for videography

Sony FX30 uses APS-C EXMOR R CMOS sensor with 20.1 megapixel resolution, dual ISO 800 and 2500 with 14 dynamic range.

The Sony FX30 is capable of recording up to 4K60p (3,840 × 2,160) resolution. This 4K resolution is sampled from the 6K area of ​​the newly developed EXMOR R CMOS sensor for sharper 4K images. The camera also supports recording 4K120p and Full HD up to 240p.

Like other Cinema series cameras, the FX30 features Log shooting modes by enabling Cine EI, Cine EI Quick and flexible ISO modes for S-Log3 recording. The camera also features Sony’s S-Cinetone profile for natural image colors.

Sony launches FX30 camera specializing in videography - photo 1

FX30 is a cheaper version of FX3 using APS-C sensor instead of Full-Frame

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Aside from the sensor differences, the FX30 is essentially an FX3 when used in the same body with threaded accessory stands and a control layout optimized for video recording, though still photos can be taken by the user. static. The device has two memory card slots that are CFexpress Type A and SDXC/SDHC compatible.

The camera can also be used as a webcam via USB. Sony said the FX30 has a retail price of 1,800 USD (about 43 million VND).

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