Sony FX9 Cinema Camera

Sony FX9 Cinema Camera

Sony FX9 Cinema Camera

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Whether you're shooting documentaries, events, reality TV, education, or corporate productions, the Sony FX9 Cinema Camera has you covered with its powerful and flexible 4K interchangeable lens camera system.

Realise beautiful 4K imagery with the creative freedom made possible by oversampling a huge high-resolution full-frame sensor. Capture every detail from the scene with shallow depth of field and stunning bokeh with a truly cinematic look. 15+ stops of dynamic range and Dual Base ISO enable capture of every nuance, from subtle shadow detail to specular highlights and with an immaculate colour palette.

Make sure your story’s always clear with enhanced Fast Hybrid AF that tracks your subject with unprecedented speed, smoothness and precision. Its impact is transformative for premium documentary, commercials and event applications. Your ability to precisely capture your subject’s expression is further enhanced with Sony’s unique Eye AF* and Real-time Tracking**.

The PXW-FX9 input and output features include 12G/6G-SDI and HDMI outputs for 4K video, a 3G-SDI output for HD, and genlock and timecode when using a multicamera setup. The Fast Hybrid AF autofocus system allows for accurate focus and even allows facial detection to automatically detect human form with 561 points of detection. Advanced image stabilization is achieved using the PXW-FX9's internal gyroscope for shots so smooth it'll look like you used a gimbal. Its 4-channel audio recording allows you to use external microphones and record ambient sound with the internal mics simultaneously.

The camera features a 15-stop dynamic range, supports dynamic HDR, hybrid log gamma mode (HLG), and records 10-bit 4:2:2 to dual XQD media card slots that support simultaneous and relay recording, as well as multiple backup recording modes that utilize proxy files. The camera can record UHD (3840 x 2160) and HD (1920 x 1080) internally at a selectable frame rate from 1 fps up to 60 fps in XAVC-I, XAVC-Long, and MPEG HD formats. Its 7-stop electronic variable ND filter can perform in auto or manual mode, smoothly adjusting from 1/4 to 1/128 density. The camera's default S-Cinetone colour look offers the same soft, vivid tone as with Sony's VENICE camera.

In addition to its wide dynamic range, its enhanced colour and light features include a dual base ISO of 800/4000 with a maximum ISO up to 102,400, which is helpful when in low-light situations or using a slower lens. Other improvements with the latest firmware include improved white balancing in sunlight with a more natural look, user-created 3D LUTs, improved AF, audio improvements, USB tethering, T-value metadata, password enhancements, and an S35 2K imager scan mode.

*Ver2.0 Firmware is required.
** Ver3.0 Firmware is required.


6K Full-Frame “Exmor R” sensor for stunning picture quality

The back-illuminated full-frame 6K CMOS sensor uses Sony’s Exmor R technology for improved sensitivity and reduced noise. When recording at DCI 4K*, Ultra HD resolutions the ability to oversample and capture at 6K, combined with powerful image processing, ensures that subtle details and textures beyond those that can be captured by a conventional 4K sensor are retained while at the same time noise is reduced.

Compared to a 4K Super 35mm sensor, the FX9’s 6K sensor has over twice the surface area, providing a wider angle of view, making it easier to gain a shallower depth of field. You can also shoot with Super 35mm lenses without compromise, capturing at 4K in super 35mm with all the benefits of this advanced imaging sensor.

*DCI 4K (4096 x 2160 at 17:9 recording) requires Ver.2.0 or higher firmware.

Phenomenal 15+ stops dynamic range for limitless expression
FX9 offers an exceptional 15+ stops of dynamic range – allowing for unprecedented creative freedom in colour grading and post. Camera operators can concentrate on framing the scene they want while relying upon the FX9 to capture every nuance and detail using either 4K 4:2:2 10-bit internal recording or 16-bit RAW external recording.* In grading, colourists can find colour and detail beyond the normal viewing abilities of the camera operator to create a final image that exactly portrays the mood of the scene.

* RAW recording requires Ver.2.0 or higher firmware, XDCA-FX9 and external recorder.

Dual Base ISO for stunning images in any light
Digital imaging sensors perform best at their base ISO as no unnecessary gain (voltage) is added to the sensors output. While a typical camera has a single base ISO, carefully chosen to provide the optimum settings for a wide range of shooting scenarios, the FX9’s dual ISO function offers far greater flexibility. Its low base sensitivity of ISO 800* is similar to most other digital cinema cameras offering an excellent balance between dynamic range and sensitivity for most normal types of production. The FX9 with its secondary High Base ISO of 4000* excels in low light conditions without adding extra gain. Low light scenes can be shot using High Base and 4000 ISO with near identical image quality to Low Base and 800 ISO. Combining Dual Base ISO with the camera’s electronic variable ND Filter provides superb creative control in almost any shooting environment, with truly next generation responsiveness to changing conditions.

*ISO 800 and ISO 4000 are used in S-Log3, Cine EI mode.

Cinematic colour science with S-Cinetone™
S-Cinetone is the default look of FX9 that’s tuned to meet the requirements of today’s content creators with rich mid-range colours, alluring facial tones and a softer tonal look – developed with the same expertise as Sony’s world-leading VENICE digital cinematography camera. S-Cinetone means that straight out of the camera your content looks fresh and vivid, with subjects that really stand out while retaining plenty of latitude in post production thanks to the high performance full-frame image sensor.

16-bit RAW capability*
16-bit RAW offers a phenomenal increase in post-production creative freedom to fully exploit FX9’s exceptional 15+ stops of dynamic range. FX9 supports export of 16-bit RAW at either 4K or 2K resolution using the optional XDCA-FX9 extension unit with a single BNC cable connection to compatible external RAW recorders.**

*RAW output will be enabled with Ver.2.0 or higher firmware.
**Compatible recorders to be announced by 3rd party.

Accelerate your workflow with User 3D Luts and HLG*

User Created 3D LUTs make it easy to customise FX9’s look to your preferences. It is possible to import LUTs files from an SD card and store up to 16 files on the FX9’s internal memory and switch between them as needed. This is particularly useful for shooting in S-Log3, allowing you to preview on camera whatever custom look you create.

FX9 can record HDR using S-Log3 or Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG)*.

  • S-Log3 is optimized for premium applications, capturing the maximum dynamic range from a sensor and providing ultimate creative freedom when colour grading
  • HLG* delivers content quickly without additional colour grading making it an ideal choice for day-to-day shooting, viewing and editing workflows

*Ver.2.0 or higher firmware required

HDR / SDR dual production support*

When shooting HDR content, the FX9’s EVF is easily switched between HDR and SDR emulation modes. In addition, if you adjust the brightness of the image when in SDR emulation, the SDR gain dB is recorded into metadata so it can be used in post-production for the SDR content. Together these changes make it easier to shoot in HDR while also achieving a quick turnaround for SDR content.

*Requires firmware V3.0 or higher.

Selectable frame rates for full-frame, Super 35 and Super 16

Choose your desired frame-rate from 1fps up to 180fps* for impressive quick and slow motion footage. FX9 creates an immersive image with a wide-angle look and shallower depth of field provided by its full-frame sensor in combination with quick and slow motion. Engage your audience with this new creative look. FX9 also offers a Quality priority setting** that maximizes full HD image quality using full-frame 6K scan mode or Super 35 4K scan mode with advanced oversampling technology. With Ver.3 firmware, FX9 also supports Super 16 scan mode*** and enables B4 lens control (requires optional LA-EB1 and XDCA-FX9 for lens DC supply) with ALAC****(Auto Lens Aberration Compensation). Imager scan area can be switched with Assign button that works like a digital extender.

Super 35 2K imager scan mode prioritizes frame rates, so image quality may be reduced depending on the shooting environment. In this instance, below settings are recommended.

  • Cine EI mode: Set EI gain lower and exposure level higher instead
  • Custom/SDR mode: Choose the gamma category setting of Original (S-Cinetone) or STD (STD1 to 6)

*Up to 120fps with Ver1.0. Full-HD 180fps requires Ver.2.0 or higher firmware.
**In full-frame scanning mode: selectable at 1–30fps/in super 35 scanning mode: selectable at 1–60fps. Quality priority setting is recommended if desired framerate is available.
*** Requires V3 or higher, AF performance at S16 2K mode is not same as other imager mode
**** Lens should support ALAC function.


Catch the action with enhanced Fast Hybrid AF

Effortlessly track fast moving subjects with pin-sharp focus, even when using wide lens aperture settings to maintain a shallow depth of field with the camera’s full-frame sensor. Developed by Sony’s α camera engineers, enhanced Fast Hybrid AF combines phase detection AF for fast, accurate subject tracking with contrast AF for exceptional focus accuracy. In addition, Face Detection intelligently recognises and locks on to human faces.

561-point phase detection AF
The dedicated 561-point phase detection AF sensor covers approximately 94% of the whole image area width and 96% of height, allowing consistently accurate, responsive AF tracking, even with fast-moving subjects.

Customisable AF settings
FX9’s comprehensive autofocus settings provide the creative flexibility to integrate with any project.

  • 7-level AF transition speeds from Fast – switching between subjects as quickly as possible – to Slow, where speed is reduced to fit a more measured shooting style, such as a historical TV drama.
  • 5-level AF subject shift sensitivity ranges from Locked-on – ignoring other moving subjects in the frame – to Responsive that switches focus from one subject to another – ideal for snapping between race cars as they speed by.

Eye AF and Real-time Tracking*

FX9 is the world’s first professional camcorder with Sony’s world-leading eye tracking technology**. High speed, high precision image processing maintains a pin-sharp focus. During an interview or portraiture shoot, you can rely upon Eye AF to capture your subject’s most subtle expressions while you concentrate on the interview and framing. Simply turn on Face or Eye AF priority for seamless AI-based tracking.

Using Real-time Tracking you can simply touch a subject on the viewfinder, or select a face with FX9 joystick, and the camera will track and maintain focus automatically.

*Eye AF requires Ver.2.0 or higher firmware. Real-time Tracking requires Ver.3.0 or higher firmware.
**As of Apr 2020.


World’s first electronic variable ND filter for full-frame sensor*

Realise even greater creative control with Sony’s unique built-in electronic variable neutral density (ND) filter – a world first* for professional full-frame camcorders. Set to Auto, or adjust filter density manually in smooth increments from 1/4 to 1/128 as you shoot, for perfectly exposed images without affecting depth of field as lighting conditions change. Use higher density settings with a slower shutter speed for breathtaking artistic effects.

  • Seamless exposure control
  • Seamless depth-of-field control
  • Use the best iris range for optimal optical resolution

*As of September 2019

What is Sony's 'Electronic Variable ND Filter'?

Sony’s Electronic Variable ND Filter can be seamlessly varied while shooting because of its innovative technology, which is completely unlike conventional technology such as a rotating filter wheel or polarising ND Filters. It is also critical to note, Sony’s technology is optically based rather than using image processing.

  • Use the dial on the right side of the camera, seamlessly altering image exposure while shooting. The filter has a wide range from 1/4 to 1/128
  • Select Auto ND and the camera will proactively adjust the filter density to find the best exposure level for shooting. This is very helpful, for example, when shooting outside with variable lighting conditions. The Electronic Variable ND Filter automatically adjusts the density so that the exposure will remain the same no matter how light levels change
  • Set a fixed filter level by simply rotating the filter knob – just like working with a conventional optical filter wheel. The default settings are 1/4, 1/16, and 1/64. However, it is possible to change these three settings to whichever values you prefer. For example, you can set the filter #3 to 1/128 so that you can go outside on a sunny summer day for shooting


Proven ergonomics & accessory compatibility

FX9 chassis is the latest refinement of the revolutionary FS7 design, so you can be sure it will feel great to shoot with from almost any position, while also offering compatibility with a large proportion of the countless FS7 accessories including U-series batteries, chargers, E-mount lenses, plus arms and lens adapters.*

The control arm is easily adjusted without tools, so FX9 adapts effortlessly to your physique and preferred shooting style – handheld, at waist level or shoulder mounted. The smart grip also features an updated design, more compact than before while still holding all the key shooting controls, allowing you to concentrate on the scene without distractions. FX9 also introduces a micro USB interface for improved responsiveness and support for a wrist strap.

To withstand the rigors of real-world shooting, FX9 has a robust magnesium chassis which is almost one third lighter than aluminum equivalent, while offering high impact resistance. FX9’s buttons, dials and other parts are sealed to prevent dust and water spray from entering for even greater operational reliability.**

Multi-Interface (MI) Shoe

Sony’s flexible Multi-Interface (MI) Shoe provides power, signal connections and coordinated on/off switching with compatible Sony accessories. For example, you can connect and control Sony UWP-D wireless microphone systems (optional).

*BP-U30 and XDCA-FS7 are not compatible with the FX9.
**Dust and water resistance does not guarantee that damage will not occur if this camera is subjected to direct contact with dust and water.

Quick menu control with touch operation*

The FX9’s LCD Viewfinder has a quick access control menu for commonly accessed features. With a single touch, you can press to change key settings including:

  • Codec, Imager Scan mode, Picture Size and frequency
  • Base ISO/Sensitivity
  • Shooting Mode
  • Audio Levels

Introduced with V2 firmware, the FX9’s quick access control menu uses a similar UI to Sony’s acclaimed VENICE digital cinematography camera.

*Requires Ver.2.0 or higher firmware.

4-channel audio input and recording

FX9 offers superb audio capabilities with independent control dials for each channel. In applications such as interview, 4-channel audio recording enables simultaneous use of an external microphone for recording ambient sounds, the built-in microphone for voice memos by the operator, and two optional UWP Series wireless microphones for voice of interviewer and interviewee. In addition, using the optional XLR-K3M, XLR-K2M or XLR-K1M XLR adapter – with two extra XLR inputs – allows even more devices to be connected.


Networked for high mobility

The FX9 features internal 5GHz* and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi capability as standard. Just switch on and log onto your preferred network to enable a host of advanced wireless production features:

  • Content Browser Mobile™** allows the PXW-FX9 to be controlled remotely from a smartphone or tablet computer via a Wi-Fi connection. Adjust the exposure level, zoom, Record/Stop and more via your mobile device – it’s ideal for single operator shoots. One-touch authentication is also possible with smartphones offering NFC connectivity
  • FTP Transfer allows content files to be sent over the internet for remote storage on an FTP server even while shooting. In case of signal interruption, the system will automatically resume as soon as connection restored
  • Trimming allows you to set start and end points in a clip, eliminating time-wasting transfers of unneeded content
  • C3 Portal*** can upload high-res and proxy footage to the cloud from multiple camera operators in the field, so editing can start immediately. Uploaded content can be accessed securely from any location. Production teams can even start logging clips while shooting is still going on, saving even more valuable time when a story’s breaking
  • Wired LAN port with optional XDCA-FX9 allows connection of the FX9 to the Internet with a standard Ethernet cable, allowing files to be streamed or transferred by FTP
  • Dual Link Cellular is enabled with optional XDCA-FX9 and uses two cellular networks in combination to provide an even more reliable network connection. FX9 is compatible with standard USB cellular dongles from most networks. (Please check for most appropriate service provider for your region. Standard network fees will apply.)
  • High quality Sony QoS Streaming to Network RX Station (optional) and C3 Portal*** by Sony allows images to be streamed live for viewing at a remote location

* 5GHz support dependent on country/regional regulation. Only PXW-FX9V/9VK support 5GHz.
** Content Browser Mobile™ application can be downloaded from Google Play Store or App Store. Wi-Fi operation cannot be guaranteed with all smartphones and tablet computers.
*** Requires Ver.3.0 or higher firmware. C3 Portal is available in specific countries.

4K Multi-Camera Remote Operation

PXW-FX9 supports S700 Protocol over Ethernet* for simple, easy-to-operate multi-camera operation for local events and TV studio production. The optional XDCA-FX9 Extension Unit with RJ45 jack can take S700 Protocol control via Ethernet from a single RCP** unit or you can control multiple FX9s with a PoE Switch using one RCP per FX9. A/V output over SDI can be routed via a standard SDI switcher and a monitor such as the PVM-X2400 can display up to four HD inputs simultaneously.

*V3 or higher firmware required.
**Availability depends on region.


Mass Approx 2.0 kg (body only)
Approx. 4.8 kg (with Viewfinder, Eyepiece, Grip Remote Control, BP-U35 battery, SELP28135G LENS, an XQD memory card, Handle, MIC holder)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 146 x 142.5 x 229 mm (body without protrusions)
Power Requirements DC 19.5V
Power Consumption Approx. 35.2 W (while recording XAVC-I QFHD 59.94p, SELP28135G Lens, Viewfinder ON, not using external device)
Operating Temperature 0°C to 40°C
32°F to 104°F
Storage Temperature -20°C to +60°C
-4°F to +140°F
Battery Operating Time Approx. 54min. with BP-U35 battery
(while recording XAVC-I QFHD 59.94p, SELP28135G Lens, Viewfinder ON, not using external device)

Approx. 108min. with BP-U70 battery
(while recording XAVC-I QFHD 59.94p, SELP28135G Lens, Viewfinder ON, not using external device)
Recording Format (Video)
[XAVC Intra]
XAVC-I DCI4K 59.94p mode: VBR, MAX bit rate 600 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I DCI4K 50p mode: VBR, MAX bit rate 500 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I DCI4K 29.97p mode: VBR, MAX bit rate 300 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I DCI4K 25p mode: VBR, MAX bit rate 250 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I DCI4K 24p mode: VBR, MAX bit rate 240 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I DCI4K 23.98p mode: VBR, MAX bit rate 240 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I QFHD 59.94p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 600 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I QFHD 50p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 500 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I QFHD 29.97p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 300 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I QFHD 25p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 250 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I QFHD 23.98p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 240 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I HD 59.94p mode:CBG, MAX bit rate 222 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I HD 50p mode:CBG, MAX bit rate 223 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I HD 59.94i/29.97p mode:CBG, MAX bit rate 111 Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I HD 50i/25p mode:CBG, MAX bit rate 112Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
XAVC-I HD 23.98p mode:CBG, MAX bit rate 89Mbps, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Recording Format (Video)
[XAVC Long]
XAVC-L QFHD 29.97p/25p/23.98p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 100 Mbps, MPEG-4 H.264/AVC
XAVC-L QFHD 59.94p/50p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 150 Mbps, MPEG-4 H.264/AVC
XAVC-L HD 59.94i/29.97p/50i/25p/23.98p/59.94p/50p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 50 Mbps, MPEG-4 H.264/AVC
XAVC-L HD 59.94i/29.97p/50i/25p/23.98p/59.94p/50p mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 35 Mbps, MPEG-4 H.264/AVC
XAVC-L HD 59.94i/50i mode:VBR, MAX bit rate 25 Mbps, MPEG-4 H.264/AVC
Recording Format (Video)
[MPEG-2 Long GOP]
MPEG2 HD422 mode:CBR, MAX bit rate 50 Mbps, MPEG-2 422P@HL
Recording Format (Audio) LPCM 24 bits, 48 kHz, 4 channels
Recording Frame Rate [XAVC Intra]
XAVC-I DCI4K mode: 4096 x 2160/59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P, 24P
XAVC-I QFHD mode: 3840 x 2160/59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
XAVC-I HD mode: 1920 x 1080/59.94P, 59.94i, 50P, 50i, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
[XAVC Long]
XAVC-L QFHD mode: 3840 x 2160/59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
XAVC-L HD 50 mode: 1920 x 1080/59.94P, 50P, 59.94i, 50i, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
XAVC-L HD 35 mode:1920 x 1080/59.94P, 50P, 59.94i, 50i, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
XAVC-L HD 25 mode:1920 x 1080/59.94i, 50i
[MPEG-2 Long GOP]
MPEG HD422 mode: 1920 x 1080/59.94i, 50i, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
Recording/Playback Time
[XAVC Intra]
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 22 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 10 minutes

When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 26 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 13 minutes

When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 43 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 21 Minutes

When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 52 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 25 Minutes

When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 54 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 26 Minutes

When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 54 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 26 Minutes

XAVC-I HD 59.94p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 57 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 28 Minutes

When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 57 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 27 Minutes

XAVC-I HD 59.94i/29.97p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 105 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 53 Minutes

XAVC-I HD 50i/25p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 105 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 53 Minutes

XAVC-I HD 23.98p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 130 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 65 Minutes
Recording/Playback Time
[XAVC Long]
XAVC-L QFHD 29.97p/25p/23.98p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 125 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 62 Minutes

XAVC-L QFHD 59.94p/50p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 86 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 42 Minutes

XAVC-L HD 50 59.94i/29.97p/50i/25p/23.98p/59.94p/50p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 225 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 110 Minutes

XAVC-L HD 35 59.94i/29.97p/50i/25p/23.98p/59.94p/50p
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 305 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 150 Minutes

XAVC-L HD 25 59.94i/50i
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 410 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB) Approx. 200 Minutes
Recording/Playback Time
[MPEG-2 Long GOP]
MPEG HD422 59.94i, 50i, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
When using QD-G128A (128 GB): Approx. 220 minutes
When using QD-G64A (64 GB): Approx. 105 Minutes
Recording Format (Proxy Audio) XAVC Proxy: AAC-LC, 128 kbps, 2 channels
Recording Format (Proxy Video) XAVC Proxy: AVC/H.264 Main Profile 4:2:0 Long GOP, VBR
1920 x 1080, 9Mbps
1280 x 720, 9Mbps
1280 x 720, 6Mbps
640 x 360, 3Mbps
  • 6K Full-Frame Exmor R CMOS Sensor
  • 15 Stops of Dynamic Range, Dynamic HDR
  • DCI 4K and UHD 4K up to 59.94p
  • HD Recording up to 150/180 fps
  • Quad Full HD 120p Raw with XDCA-FX9 Unit
  • Sony E-Mount
  • 10-Bit 4:2:2 XAVC-I up to 600 Mb/s
  • Auto-HD, AF, 7-Stop ND Filter, 3D LUTs
  • Dual Base ISO up to 102,400, HLG Mode
  • 12G/6G/3G-SDI & HDMI Output up to 4K