Sony has long been heralded as the preferred option for the video focused content creator, and the new FX3 is no exception. Complete with 4K/120p video, 10 bit 4:2:2 colour sampling, the new S-Cinetone picture profile, dedicated Photo Mode, 5 axis IBIS , full-size HDMI and fully articulating LCD screen, you’d be hard-pressed to find anything that the Sony FX3 can’t do.
LET’S GIVE YOU THE LOWDOWN ON THIS NEW RELEASE FROM SONY THAT’S SET TO BE EVERY INDIE CINEPHILE’S DREAM.
If you need something that is small, lightweight and easier to handle then look no further than the Sony Fx3 for supreme shooting comfort while shooting. Its manageable and compact design allows for enhanced flexibility and comfort for handheld shooting. The FX3 also features a nice solid grip, something that Sony has missed out on in their previous models.
This newcomer is capable of shooting both stills and video which puts it in a unique position when comparing it to its siblings in the Sony Cinema Line. The FX3 inherits the well-loved S-Cinetone colours of Sony’s Venice camera and 15 stops of dynamic range to produce stunning visuals every single time. It also features the same sensor as the A7S III. What’s more, you get Sony’s beloved face and eye tracking continuous autofocus making it even simpler for you to capture dynamic images.