by Jared Abrams | 23rd March 2011
Sony has announced their new Super 35 CMOS sensor video camera. The NEX-FS100 has a ton of great features. It has an internal built in hard drive that will let you record up to ten hours at 24 Mbps. It will record to SD cards and SXS cards. It also has the ability to shoot full HD in multiple frame rates. Price estimate is around $6K US. There are more videos from Crews.TV Here. Here is a rip from Videomaker Mag. “Besides the obvious benefits of a large sensor, Sony has also included a viewfinder system that can be rotated more than 90 degrees to each side of the camera, a shotgun microphone with a horizontal and vertical adjustable mount, 2 XLR inputs (thank goodness for that), the ability to simultaneously record to both an SD card and Sony’s own flash memory unit, undercranking to 1 fps and overcranking up to 60 fps, a host of 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch threads for mounting all kinds of accessories, the ability to isolate audio channels in the headphones, 1080p HDMI output with timecode, GPS, a removable hand grip, a touch screen, and a host of external controls such as white balance, shutter speed, gain, histogram, zebra, S&Q, and peaking. The camera films at either 1080p (60p/30p/24p), 720p, and 480i in the AVCHD format giving you every kind of frame rate imaginable. The camera records at AVCHD’s maximum of 24 Mbps, but will also be able to record 28 Mbps in the 1080/60p mode which will become a standard for Sony in the future”. ▪ Exmor™ Super 35mm CMOS image sensor ▪ E lens mount (and most other popular mounts via adaptor) ▪ Full HD 1920×1080 AVCHD HD recording / MPEG2-SD recording ▪ Over- and under-speed recording ▪ XLR audio inputs (XLR x2) ▪ Detachable 3.5″ colour viewfinder ▪ On-board Memory Stick, SD memory card and optional HXR-FMU128 flash memory media ▪ Uncompressed HDMI output with time code for external 4:2:2 recorders NEX-FS100K includes E18-200mm lens, LCD viewfinder, power adapter, lithium battery (NP-F770), microphone (ECM-XM1) and wireless remote Click here for more info. Click here for the UK press release.Read more
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