Sony immediately introduced the most cost effective member of its FX Cinema Line of cameras. The FX30 takes the present FX3 digicam and swaps the full-frame sensor with a smaller APS-C model.
The FX30 includes a new back-illuminated 20.1 megapixel APS-C EXMOR R CMOS sensor within the standard Tremendous 35 format. The sensor has a twin base ISO of 800 and 2500 and 14+ stops of dynamic vary.
The digicam can shoot 4K video utilizing a supersampled model of the 6K sensor in 24p, 30p, and 60p. It may possibly additionally document 4K in 120p however with a 1.62x crop. Movies will be recorded in 10-bit 4:2:2 in H.265 or H.264, with RAW output out there by HDMI to an exterior Atmos Ninja V+ recorder.
Like different Cinema Line cameras, the FX30 options Log capturing modes by enabling Cine EI, Cine EI Fast, and Versatile ISO modes for recording in S-Log3. The digicam additionally consists of Sony’s S-Cinetone profile for pure out of the digicam colours.
Except for the sensor variations, the FX30 is actually an FX3, with the very same physique with the threaded accent mounts and management format that’s optimized for video recording, though you may nonetheless seize stills if mandatory. It has the identical two reminiscence card slots suitable with CFexpress Sort A and SDXC/SDHC playing cards. The digicam may also be used as a webcam over USB.
The Sony FX30 is priced at $2200 and can be out there in late October. A model with out the XLR microphone deal with (FX30B) can be bought for $1800.