Sony's first APS-C movie machine FX30 will be released this month

Sony will release the APS-C movie machine FX30 in September. The FX30, which Sony will release in September, will be Sony's first APS-C FX cine camera and will be more affordable than the current FX3 full-frame model, sources say. Last year, Sony released a full-frame movie camera FX3, with a single suggested retail price of 32,000 yuan.

Sony FX3 uses about 10.2 million effective pixels full-frame back-illuminated ExmorR CMOS image sensor and BIONZ XR image processor, supports 4.2K 16Bit Raw external recording, and supports all internal optional recording formats in 10Bit 4:2:2 mode.

The Sony FX3 S-Cinetone picture profile uses the same color science as CineAltaV, FX9, and FX6, and supports 4K 120p recording. Sony FX3 has a built-in 5-axis anti-shake and "enhanced mode" image stabilization function. At the same time, the gyroscope records jitter metadata, which can be used for anti-shake processing with Sony's native software. Handheld shooting can also obtain stable image effects. The official also said that the Sony FX3 uses an efficient cooling system and built-in cooling fan, which can record 4K 60p video stably for a long time.

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