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Sony PXW-FS7 4K XDCAM Camera with Super 35 CMOS Sensor, Body-Only - International Version (No Warranty)
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- Sony Body Cap - Viewfinder - Eyepiece - Grip Remote Control - Wireless LAN USB Module (IFU-WLM3) for VPL-E200 Series Projectors - Wireless Remote Commander - WA Adaptor Bracket - MPA-AC1 AC Adapter for EVI D100 CCD CameraSOBCU1 - BP-U30 Lithium-Ion Battery - 2x Power Cord - USB Cable - Sony 1 Year Parts and 90 Day Labor Limited Warranty
- Sony's Super 35 Exmor CMOS Sensor
- Sony a-mount system with 18 mm flange back distance
- On-board 4K (3840 x 2160) and Full HD (1920 x 1080) recording
- Wide choice of recording systems: XAVC (Intra/Long GOP) MPEG HD, 4:2:2, 50 Mbps (HD only) Apple Pro Res codec (with future upgrade and extension unit, sold separately) RAW recording (with extension unit and outboard recorder, sold separately)
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|Item Dimensions||9.41 x 9.72 x 6.14 inches|
|Item Weight||12.1 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Energy Content||23 Watt Hours|
|Lithium Battery Voltage||14.4 Volts|
|Lithium Battery Weight||220 grams|
|Optical Sensor Technology||CMOS|
|Video Capture Resolution||4k|
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PXW-FS7. Hand held. Long form. Just right. What if you built a camera from the ground up for hand-held and long-form shooting? What if you were free to optimize everything from the lens mount to the recording codec to the media? What if you reconfigured and refined the body for an entirely new level of comfort? Now imagine giving it 4K resolution and a Super 35 sensor. The result would be Sony's PXW-FS7. It's the ideal camcorder for documentaries, unscripted TV, newsmagazines, indie features, corporate video and more. Sony's Native E-Mount System: the smarter choice for moving pictures. Unlike still photography, motion pictures benefit from lenses with ultra-quiet and continuously variable power zoom and iris. That's what Sony's new generation of E-Mount lenses delivers, superb optical quality along with auto focus and the perfect balance of build quality, affordability and light weight. With an extremely shallow, 18 mm flange-back distance, the camera's E-Mount also accepts an extensive range of PL, Canon EF and other SLR glass via third-party adaptors. Exceptional 10-bit 4:2:2 imagery at just 50 Mbps. Long-form projects shine with Sony's XAVC-L recording system. Here's the superior grayscale rendition of 10-bit recording, plus the uncompromised detail of 4:2:2 color all at a budget-friendly 50 Mbps (HD mode). Other options include on-board 4K (3840 x 2160) recording, the same 113 Mbps XAVC-I recording as Sony's high-en
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Now, specs are one thing, but how does the camera perform? I think if you look around the internet, you'll quickly find that the FS7 gives you absolutely fantastic results in many production settings, whether it be studio or out on the documentary field. It is currently the #1 rented camera in the world, surpassing the original Canon C300. Vice has moved the filming on the FS7 and A7s. This camera, at the moment and for the foreseeable future, is dominating the world of cinema.
There are two things I highly suggest you do:
First, go to Vimeo and watch Philip Bloom's 52 minute review of this camera. If nothing else sells you on this camera, that review will. Also, if you do plan on buying this camera, you need to rent Doug Jensen's FS7 Masterclass on Vimeo. It is filled with a wealth of information that has helped me learn my camera tremendously faster than had I only read the manual.
The only thing I have mixed emotions about on the camera is the lens mount. On the down side, Sony E-Mounts are just about the weakest and flimsiest mounts you can get. They will not hold very much weight and will absolutely bend over time if you do not take care of it with lens supports. However, having an E-Mount opens this camera up to many new possibilities, most notably through the Metabones adapters. Metabones makes adapters from Canon, Nikon, and many other mounts to E-Mount, making your lens selection massive. They've also developed a Speedbooster Adapter, and thanks to this your image will go from standard S35 frame to Full Frame equivalent, and also let in one more stop of light. This is a major benefit and opens up loads of new opportunities.
Between the stunning 4k 10bit image, beautiful 1080p super-slow motion, 24bit uncompressed 48khz audio through the XLRs, and so many other features, I cannot recommend this camera enough. You will absolutely not regret this purchase.