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Official Sony NEX FS700 and FS700r, 4K cameras topic
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  • @peaceonearth: They're supposed to have an announcement of their 'next Cinema thing' on the 15th during NAB week. I just can't see them coming near this incredible FS700 for features and price-point. Wondering if Sony will also announce a new full-frame dSLR.

  • any chance this can adapt an S-log ?how is the DR on this?

  • Yep, I'd hate to have a website named EOSHD...

  • @pvjames Ok Canon...let's see what you have.

    you saw that already: 5DM3 (vs Nikon D800) no HDMI out, 22 vs 36 MP. C300 1080p 18,000$ vs.....

  • YES!!!!!!! I believe it now. :) Ok Canon...let's see what you have.

  • They seem to have cured about everything that was wrong with the FS100.

  • sub 10,000 remember canon XL2 and XLHD, well that's the price point, only now you have 4K and 1080p 200fps.

    At least that's what everybody is talking about, is a nex camera so i don't think it will record internally any more than 50mb/s 4-2-0 so is limited, so price may be correct.

  • June is not too far. Is there any information about pricing? Canon seems to be more and more sailing against the wind.

  • NO APRILS FOOL

    Sony's New FS-700 Revealed - 4K-ready Super 35mm Camcorder for Less Than $10k?

    http://nofilmschool.com/2012/04/sonys-fs-700-revealed-4k-ready-super/

    http://www.sony.co.uk/biz/product/nxcamcorders/nex-fs700e/features

    Good days

    I would wait for Panasonic and canon response to this, even red will be selling less if this camera turns out to do things like it should.

  • I'm new here so I apologize if this has already been discussed a lot, but the GH2 has HDMI type C which is I believe is HDMI 1.3 , which according to the specs has a max resolution of 2560x1600 at 75Hz. And then HDMI 1.4 has a max resolution of 4K. Is it possible then that the GH2 could output 2K out of the HDMI and maybe even 4K in future releases? Because the NEX FS700 seems to only support 4K through the HD-SDI port. Can't Panasonic do something similar? Hack maybe?

  • Sony NEX FS700 on Location

    We also discovered that you can record the super slow-mo out onto an external recorder. We used the Atomos Samurai so you can aquire 200fps at 1080P in ProRes 422.

    The camera is also an 8MP still camera.

    Internal recording is using AVC HD at 24/28mb/s - it's very clean and edits well as we've discovered on the FS100.

    http://www.denlennie.com/2012/04/sony-nex-fs700-on-location.html

  • that is more real...

  • @vladnik

    I think something like 4:2:2 4K output

  • what is sony definition of RAW ... same as f65? real raw?

  • 240fps limit is 8 seconds, 120fps hence can run for 16 seconds

  • @bwhitz do you have a link for the gray strip, would like to see it.

  • @Bueller: Id love to see some grabs from the f65 if you can... Id love to try it myself really but none of the rentals around here have it.

  • Yep, while 1080p60 will become standard in all new HDSLRs, higher fps will be standard among pro cameras.

  • Looks like it's going to be a beast.

  • FPS: 120, 240, 480, 960 frames / second. 120 and 240 frames per second in Full HD 480 and 960 pictures in reduced quality.

  • Preliminary Information

    4K-ready

    The first 4K-ready Super35mm camcorder in its class – providing an assured upgrade path to 4K acquisition and delivery - with full HD 1080p for today.The camcorder will also have the capability to produce 4K RAW 3G-SDI output via a future upgrade.

    Super slow motion at 10x at full HD or 40x at lower resolutions

    Incredible super slow motion capability of up to 10x slow motion at full HD resolution or up to 40x slow motion at a reduced resolution, giving you creative options that were once only available with specialist high-end equipment.

    E-mount interchangeable lenses offer a wide choice of lenses

    The E-mount interchangeable lens system utilises an extremely short flange back distance allowing you to use a huge array of lenses via a range of adaptors giving you almost unlimited creative options.

    Built-in ND filters

    The NEX-FS700E features built-in, ultra-thin ND filters, offering exceptional shallow depth-of-field on highlights. It also means less accessories to manage as no external ND filters are required.

    3G-SDI interface and HDMI

    A 3G-SDI output enables easy integration with highest quality recording formats.

    Exceptional ergonomics

    The NEX-FS700E has a refined ergonomic design with a robust detachable handle and grip.

    Switchable 50 Hz and 60 Hz shooting

    The NEX-FS700E is switchable between 50 Hz and 60Hz to allow 24p shooting in PAL areas and no PAL/NTSC limitations.

    Selectable magnification and positioning of expanded focus

    Expanded focus improvement allowing 4x and 8x magnification and a moveable area of expansion for easy focusing with shallow depth of field.

    Camera profile settings storage on memory card

    Up to 99 camera profile settings can be stored, allowing rapid adaptation to multiple shooting environments without time wasted adjusting parameters. Settings are also easily shared in multi-camera productions

  • @LumixUser "D800 does not have a true 13-14 stops... thats BS..."

    Just saw a video the other day where someone shot a gray strip with the D800 and you could just barley see the 14 stop mark. It's really not magic. It's just good technology. Any good modern sensor should be capable of 13-14 stops now.

    Now, it probably doesn't have that much DR for grading and manipulation... but it looks like the sensor is "seeing" and making an image with 14 stops of light range.

  • it is not an april fools joke.

    A good few of us have known about it for about a month or so now. Just under NDA or Friend.DA

  • @Bueller "The darn thing smokes both those other cameras."

    Yep. Red and Arri aren't magical companies... Sony has the tech and resources to smoke them if they want to. They just haven't had the need. Seems like they may be waking up now...

    "Sony based sensor camera like the Nikon have been constantly been getting better and better at it"

    +1. The new D800 looks great. Dynamic range is in 13-14 stop range for video now... Alexa territory.