Sony announces FX30 cinema camera to Indonesia

Sony announces FX30 cinema camera to Indonesia

Sony FX30 cinema camera – Sony has launched its latest special filmmaker camera, the Sony FX30, in Indonesia. This camera can record 4K/60p resolution. Sony Indonesia has just launched the FX30 camera, which is included in the Cinema Line series. It is a compact 4K Super 35 cinema camera that is said to offer the professional features of the Cinema Line, like Dual Base ISO and much more.

“The new FX30 camera is perfect for anyone who wants to get started with filmmaking. This camera includes many of the professional features of our high-end cameras. FX30 is the answer amid increasing interest in cinematic videography,” said PT Sony Indonesia President Director Koji Sekiguchi.

The FX30 offers cinematic expression with the latest imaging systems for filmmakers. The camera is equipped with a new back-illuminated 20.1 MP APS-C Exmor R CMOS (Super 35 format) sensor with dual base ISO (800/2500) to deliver high sensitivity, low noise, and latitude of 14+ stops.

The Sony FX30 is a compact and lightweight camera featuring a flat top design with accessory attachment points, making it easy to use for handheld shooting, low-angle shooting, gimbal mounting, or adding accessories.

This camera is equipped with an innovative heat dissipation structure for uninterrupted 4K/60p recording, reliable power for longer recordings, and a durable magnesium alloy chassis. A wide selection of E-mount lenses, high-performance microphones, and other essential components can form an incredibly flexible system for the creative needs of creators.

The FX30 promises reliable autofocus (AF) speed. There are also various AF technologies, such as Real-time Eye AF, which can detect human, animal, and bird eyes. This AF is useful when doing close-ups of subjects, especially when using large apertures. Do not miss the AF Real-time Tracking technology, Detailed AF settings, and AF Assist. The price for the Sony FX30 is around Rp. 30 million.

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