Sony unveiled the new FX6 full-frame 4K cinema camera. Sony FX6 sits between the Alpha cameras and the FX9.
Sony FX6 captures 10-bit 4:2:2 full-frame footage at 120 frames per second (fps) at 4K and 240 fps in 1080. If you use the onboard 12G-SDI port, the FX6 can output 16-bit SDI Raw 4K/60p video. Sony has also added its S-Cinetone look profile, which is inspired by its Venice colorimetry and also found in the company’s FX9 cinema camera.
Sony FX6 full-frame cinema camera will be available for $6,000 in December. It will also be available as a kit with Sony’s FE 24–105mm F4 G E-mount lens for $7,200. Sony is also releasing a new FE C 16–35mm T3.1 G lens in December that will retail for $5,500.
- 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 up to 409,600 for very low light conditions
- 15+ stops of dynamic range(1)
- S-CinetoneTM 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(2)
- Support for up to 12G-SDI and 4K at up to 60p 16-bit SDI RAW output
- Compatible with more than 50 native E-mount lenses
Sony FE C 16-35mm T3.1 G E-Mount Lens Key Features:
- Full-Frame Format E-Mount Cine Lens
- Large T3.1 Aperture
- Detachable Servo Zoom
- Two Extra-Low Dispersion Elements
- Enhanced Hybrid Autofocus, Auto Exposure
- Lag-Free Linear Response Manual Focus
- Eleven-Blade Iris for Smooth Bokeh
- 0.8 MOD Gear, 114mm Front Diameter
- 120° Focus Rotation
- Antireflection Coating to Reduce Flare
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