The FX3, along with FX9 and FX6 Cinema Line cameras, allows users to create a cinematic look without post-production using the S-Cinetone color matrix. That’s the color science used in Sony’s flagship VENICE camera. S-Cinetone delivers natural mid-tones, plus soft colors and smooth highlights that are essential to creating a cinematic look. Attach a G master lens, like the 35mm, to the FX3 and you’ll also get the creamy bokeh. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the FX3.
Sony Announces the FX3 Cinema Highlights
- Compact, lightweight body design for hand-held shooting, gimbal, and drone-mounted work
- Multiple 1/4-20 UNC threaded mounting points to easily attach compatible accessories
- Detachable XLR handle unit with two XLR/TRS audio inputs and one 3.5mm stereo jack
- S-Cinetone look also used in FX9 and FX6 Cinema Line cameras
- Built-in cooling fan enables effective heat dissipation to support uninterrupted 4K 60p recording
- Records up to 4K 120p
- 10.2 megapixel full-frame back-illuminated CMOS Exmor R sensor and BIONZ XR image processing engine
- Ultra-high sensitivity with ISO expandable to 409,600 for very low light conditions and 15+ stops of dynamic range
- Fast Hybrid AF (Autofocus), Touch Tracking (real-time tracking), and Real-time Eye AF, also used in other Alpha cameras
- 5-axis in-body image stabilization with “Active Mode” supports handheld movie shooting
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