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There’s a good chance ripping apart Sony’s Alpha A99 isn’t on the to-do list of those who own the freshly released $ 2,800 camera — even if they are curious about the hardware’s guts. Luckily for such inquiring minds, Sony’s taken matters into its own hands and torn the DSLR apart. While it’s not your conventional play-by-play video teardown, Hirai and Co. came prepared with the camera already split into layers that showcase its major parts such as its magnesium alloy body, 35mm full-frame sensor and main circuit board. For the grand tour of the A99′s innards, hit the jump to catch the footage.
Likely tired of losing high-end cinema camera orders to the likes of Red and Arri, Sony has just launched a pair of CineAlta PL-mount cameras with brand name new Super 35mm sensors: The PMW-F5 and PMW-F55. Though both pack 4K CMOS imagers, the resemblances grind to a halt there– the higher-end PMW-F55 has a global shutter, wider color gamut and could output 4k along with 2k and HD video clip, while the PMW-F5 is a strictly 2k and HD design with a rolling shutter. Relying on the level of quality you want, there are a number of methods to catch video clip to each camcorder. MPEG-4 H. 264 video clip or Sony’s SR MPEG-4 SStP can easily be recorded onto Sony’s brand-new SxS PRO + media, or if RAW quality is desired, there’s the brand-new AXSM Access Memory System for 2K / 4K RAW capture. Using the latter system, the PMW-F5 is capable of getting up to 120fps slow motion RAW video clip, while the PMW-F55 can capture 240fps– placing it squarely in Epic-X territory. Sony hasn’t outed pricing on the brand-new designs yet, however its flagship 4k CineAlta F65 style runs at a formidable $ 65,000, so the new designs will certainly will likely be well under that sum. Check the PR after the break to get the whole technical skinny.
Continue reading Sony goes Red-hunting with PMW-F55 and PMW-F5 professional CineAlta 4K Super 35mm sensor camcordersFiled under: Cameras, SonySony goes Red-hunting with PMW-F55 and PMW-F5 professional CineAlta 4K Super 35mm sensor camcorders initially appeared on Engadget on Tue, 30 Oct 2012 02:06:00 EDT. Please see our terms for usage of feeds. Permalink|| Email this|Comments
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Sony may have discontinued the NEX-3, but the future of those interchangeable E-mount lenses seems downright secure — after all, they’ll fit quite nicely on this new NEX-FS100. The NXCAM HD that Sony teased last November is what you’re gawking at right now, which is either the pro alternative to the NEX-VG10 or the far-more-affordable PMW-F3, depending on whether you typically tote camcorders or tend to shoot professional film. Either way, $ 5,850 buys you a Super 35mm sensor that shoots 1080p60 content at up to 28Mbps to SD, Memory Stick (or an optional 128GB SSD) or output uncompressed 4:2:2 footage over HDMI, monitoring the lot on a swiveling 3.5-inch LCD display. The package doesn’t include the 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 lens pictured above — that’s an extra $ 700 on top of the price — but Sony will throw in that viewfinder tube and shotgun mic. While we all look forward to online availability and some thorough reviews, why not join us after the break for video? Then, scoot on over to F-Stop Academy for the very first footage shot with the unit.
[Thanks, Nate W.]
Continue reading Sony’s NXCAM HD is the NEX-FS100, brings Super 35mm sensor pricetag down to $ 5,850
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It’s a Super 35mm world, and we’re all just trying to fit in frame. At least, it will be once Sony’s done expanding its lineup of cinematic shooters. Last week it was the “affordable” PMW-F3, and now the company is teasing the NXCAM HD, a decidedly professional-oriented camcorder with a Super 35mm equivalent large format CMOS sensor nestled behind an E-mount interchangeable lens system. It’ll record to AVCHD in 1080p at frame rates covering all the majors: 23.98, 29.97, and 59.94, along with 25 and 50. All progressive, natch. Sony is planning to release this boxy beast in the middle of 2011 and plans to make it “affordable” for professionals as well. See what good a little competition can do?
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Thinness in a portable device is an attribute worth coveting. Thinness of yet another layer in your home entertainment center hoagie, however, is a little bit less attractive — at least it is when it comes with a big compromise. Such is the case with Sharp’s thinnest Blu-ray recorder, just 35mm thick yet capable of writing to BD-R discs or the newer, pricier, 100GB BDXL discs. So far so good, but rather sadly to make that magic happen in a package so svelte the company has had to ditch the internal HDD that’s common in these devices, the idea being you’ll just write to BDXL’s instead. Even with a stack of re-writeables at your disposal that’s going to be a lot less convenient and a lot more expensive than having a good ‘ol pile of platters spinning inside. Of course, with no price or release date given, it’s possible that this reduction of internal hardware also comes with a reduction in cost, but as we all know it’s pretty rare that a skinnier device costs less than its bigger boned brethren.
You hear a lot lately about bringing high-end DSLR functionality to the consumer, mostly thanks to the wild new world of Micro Four Thirds, but Vivitar is really breaking the price barrier with its new $10 point and shoot. The camera shoots to full frame 35mm film (there’s even a 24 shot roll included, roughly equivalent to 512MB), and yet its single button operation and automatic motorized advance should make the high-end shooter accessible to the novice photogs among us. Of course, a built-in flash and auto focus will appeal to the feature hungry enthusiasts as well. The best news? If you buy one of these today, you can actually get a second camera and second roll of film for free!
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