Sony FX3 Mirrorless Camera - The Sony FX3 Cinema Line E-mount full frame camera captures 4K UHD (3840x2160) video at a maximum frame rate of 120 fps. With the FX3, you can use more than 15 stops of dynamic range to work in a variety of conditions: in well-lit indoor and outdoor conditions at noon, and in the morning and evening. The standard sensitivity of ISO 80-102,400 can be expanded to 409,600. Autofocus uses a focal-plane phase detection system to track the subject over almost the entire frame. The Fast Hybrid AF system provides accurate focusing even when shooting with shallow depth of field at 120 fps in 4K (QFHD). The tracking function keeps the subject in focus. The FX3 records internal 4K media at 10-bit and 4: 2: 2 sampling using Long-GOP and All Intra. This expands the possibilities of color correction, allows you to achieve maximum realism and preserve natural gradation. For post-production, you can output 16-bit RAW images via HDMI to external recorders. The formats used are XAVC HS 4K, XAVC S 4K, or XAVC S-I 4K. Proxy files are recorded at the same time. Outputs RAW video with a resolution of 4264x2408.
S-Log3 and S-Gamut3.Cine gamma curves achieve high-quality color reproduction with a wide dynamic range and make it easy to match footage with other Cinema Line cameras during post-processing. The HLG HDR profile allows direct playback of HDR (HLG) content on compatible TVs without post-processing. Sony's S-Cinetone color rendition is also used for the FX3, producing rich colors and natural skin tones unprocessed to match other Cinema Line cameras.
Shooting indicators located on the front and back of the FX3 camera body let you know if recording is in progress. They are clearly visible to both the operator and the person being filmed. The 3-inch (1.44M-dot) LCD screen opens to the side for easy camera positioning and improved visibility when mounted on gimbals. The touch panel allows you to control the settings. The camera is equipped with full-size XLR microphone connectors on a detachable handle. There are three audio formats to choose from, including 24-bit 4ch. With a network connection via Wi-Fi or USB Type-C, you can remotely control the camera using your smartphone or tablet.