Sonys New FX3 Puts a Cinema-Quality Camera in Your Pocket – Gizmodo1 min read

Image: SonyFor a while it seemed like Sonys high-end digital filmmaking electronic cameras were on a crash course with its Alpha mirrorless electronic cameras as those shooters ended up being more capable at catching video. Today the unavoidable was validated: Sony officially exposed its FX3 with functions from both the businesss digital movie theater and Alpha lines, providing developers a more inexpensive way to capture Hollywood-caliber content.An image of the FX3 leaked a few weeks ago led to speculation that Sonys compact cinematography tool would be able capture video at 8K resolutions, however the full-frame, back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensing unit the video camera is using is restricted to resolutions of up to 4K, or 16:9 QFHD at up to 120 frames per second. The cameras 627-point autofocus system consists of features like AF Transition Speed, which guarantees that automated focus modifications take place efficiently so as not to be jarring to audiences, and Touch Tracking, which allows operators to simply tap an object on the FX3s flip-out touchscreen display screen to tell the electronic camera what it need to keep focused in frame, even as the topic is moving around.Image: SonyWith the battery and memory cards set up (both double CFexpress Type A and SDXC cards are supported), the FX3 weighs just 1.58 pounds and consists of a hot shoe installed grip, making it easier to hold, operate, and steer the camera at low angles.

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