Super slow-mo or super steady? FS700 & NX30
(30/05/2012 12:00:00 AM)
Sony has just announced two new cameras soon to be released, the FS700 and the NX30.
The 4K ready FS700 is a noticeable upgrade from its predecessor, the FS100, boasting super slow motion in 1080p up to 240fps (for a limited record time), and even 960fps, at lower resolution.
The camera has a 4K sensor is expected to be able to output 4K over 3G-HDSDI in the future. The sensor size also allows for a very sensitive, low-noise camera, with minimal aliasing. Like the FS100, it has an interchangeable lens mount, allowing it to be used with either Sony’s Alpha lenses (natively) or a range of stills or cine lenses with adaptors.
We are now taking pre-orders on the FS700. To book a demo or register your interest for the FS700 click here.
The NX30 (pictured below) is a palm-sized camcorder with an innovative approach to image stabilization – the internal body of the camera from the Zeiss lens to the 1/3” sensor is mounted on a gyroscope, allowing for in-camera stability unprecedented for it’s size.
The camera is also capable of recording up to 60fps in 1080p, features pro XLR audio inputs and 96GB of internal storage. Remarkably, the camera also features a built-in projector capable of displaying images approximately 100” diagonally from a distance of about 5 metres on any flat surface.