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Sony extends its AV appeal

Sony extends its AV appeal
PXW-FX9

Sony extends its AV appeal

The PXW-FX9 combines high mobility with an AF system and slow-motion capabilities with its newly created sensor

The PXW-FX9 has been marketed as the next generation of camcorder from Sony and the first XDCAM camcorder featuring a 6K full-frame sensor and Fast Hybrid Auto Focus system. Advancing the feature set of the FS7 and FS7 II models, the FX9 combines high mobility with an AF system and slow-motion capabilities with its newly created sensor.

Accompanying the PXW-FX9 full-frame format camcorder, Sony has added a full-frame 16–35mm (FE C 16–35mm T3.1 G) E-mount lens. Compatible with a wide range of E-mount cameras from Venice to Alpha interchangeable lens cameras and the FX9, the new lens is optimised for professional video creation.

PXW-Z750
PXW-Z750

The PXW-Z750 is a 2/3-type shoulder camcorder to support 4K shooting with a 3-chip CMOS sensor system. As the latest member of the XDCAM family, the 3-chip camcorder is equipped with global shutter technology that reportedly negates artefacts such as flash band and rolling shutter distortion. The camera has been designed for uncontrolled lighting conditions as well as for capturing fast moving objects and action often associated with sports, live events and nature videography.

Designed to support high-density simultaneous multichannel operation in large-scale live and studio productions, Sony has also updated its DWX digital UHF wireless microphone series. Accommodating up to 21 channels per 8MHz TV band or up to 16 simultaneous channels per 6MHz TV band, the DWX Gen3 platform incorporates four codec modes, promotes secure encryption and enhances networking capabilities. Incorporating audio processing and encryption technologies, the DWT-B30 and DWT-B30R bodypack transmitters combine secure digital transmission with low latency, while the DWT-B03R models also operate with rechargeable long-life Li-ion batteries. Housed in die-cast magnesium and aluminium, the compact DWR-S03D receiver can be mounted directly on camcorders. Auto channel scan and sync assist the frequency setting and integration with the manufacturer’s XDCAM shoulder camcorders to allow audio status monitoring via the LCD or viewfinder.

Providing remote operation of up to 82 transmitters using the Cross Remote function, the DWT-B03R is compatible with Sony Wireless Studio control software when combined with the RMU-01. The two-channel, Dante-networkable DWR-R03D wireless receiver integrates DSP, encryption and RF transmission technologies within its 1U chassis.



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