Sony has officially announced its latest addition to its Cinema Line, a series of Sony cameras that brings the brand’s expertise in imaging technology for filmmakers and content creators.
The all-new FX6 incorporates Sony’s core technologies of image sensor, processing engine, and AF (autofocus) performance. This new camera is also compatible with the wide range of Sony E-mount lenses for creative flexibility.
“The new FX6 is the latest example of Sony’s drive to continuously push the boundaries of imaging technology based on the needs of our customers,” said Sony Electronics Asia Pacific’s Digital Imaging Division General Manager Ryo Ochi.
“With the advancement of our Cinema Line, we are dedicated to enabling the extraordinary skills and talent of today’s content creators and cinematographers. The FX6 leverages from Sony’s industry-leading VENICE cinema camera and marries it with the best of Sony’s innovative Alpha mirrorless camera technology,” he added.
Sony’s Cinema Line delivers a coveted filmic look cultivated from extensive experience in digital cinema production. The lineup, which includes VENICE, FX9, and now FX6 cameras, also brings about enhanced operability through its innovative body design, extensive durability, and intuitive customizability.
Here are the main features of the Sony FX6 camera in a nutshell:
• 4K 10.2 megapixel full-frame back-illuminated CMOS Exmor R sensor
• Compact and lightweight body design for on-the-go shooting
• Ultra-high sensitivity with ISO expandable to 409,600 for very low light conditions
• 15+ stops of dynamic range
• S-Cinetone look profile, also used in FX9 and inspired by VENICE colorimetry
• BIONZ XR image processing engine, first used in Alpha 7S III
• Fast Hybrid Auto Focus, also used in Alpha cameras and FX9
• Recording up to 4K 120p/ HD 240p, 10 bit 4:2:2 color depth in full-frame
• Support for up to 12G-SDI and 4K at up to 60p 16-bit SDI RAW output
• Compatible with more than 50 E-mount lenses
The FX6 full-frame Cinema Line camera will be available in the Philippines soon.