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The Sony FX3 officially announced – It’s just an A7S III with a top handle and no EVF

Sony has now officially announced the new full-frame Sony FX3 cinema camera. As expected, it’s pretty much an A7S III in a new body, but there are some notable differences, geared towards dedicated video creators and filmmakers rather than hybrid shooters. It loses the EVF but gains a (removable) top handle to improve its audio […]

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A whole bunch of new Sony FX3 images have leaked ahead of official announcement

A slew of new Sony FX3 images has been leaked by Nokishita ahead of the official Sony announcement expected tomorrow. There isn’t much in the way of specs, except for reports that it’s basically a Sony A7S III in a slightly different body, but we do now know its dimensions, 4K frame rate and weight, […]

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This is how a 16mm movie film camera works, shot at 1,000 frames per second

The videos posted by Gav and Dan (who’s currently MIA), AKA The Slow Mo Guys, are always visually very appealing. But for me, they’re at their most interesting when the video is about something that’s actually related to photography or filmmaking. And while this video, which explains the inner workings of a 16mm movie film […]

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Sony teases upcoming FX3 – Announcement coming on February 23rd

Sony has posted a video to YouTube with w premiere set for February 23rd at 10am Eastern, (3pm UK time). While they haven’t officially named the camera, the “New Alpha” kind of gives it away, given the Alpha logo on the leaked photos of the video-oriented FX3. By all reports right now, the FX3 is […]

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Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro includes internal ND and optional EVF

Blackmagic today introduced a new Pocket Cinema 6K Pro that includes features everyone wants in a small compact body. The two big new features are internal neutral density and an optional EVF. The new Pocket Cinema Camera 6K Pro now uses Sony NP-F570 type batteries that have much better performance than the original Pocket that … Continued

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New photo leak shows the Sony FX3 will get a flippy out LCD

Another leaked photo of the Sony FX3 has popped up on Twitter. And this one might go some way towards explaining why the Sony A1 doesn’t have a flippy out LCD when the Sony A7S III does. It seems that Sony might not have wanted cannibalise sales of their upcoming FX3 – largely rumoured to […]

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Sony Alpha 1, “One”, la ‘numero 1’

Il 26 gennaio 2021 resterà nella storia recente della fotografia digitale, grazie alla presentazione di una nuova mirrorless ‘over the top’ per la fotografia e soprattutto il video, con 8K e molto altro: diamo il benvenuto alla Sony Alpha 1, “One”

Con un lancio a sorpresa, Sony ha presentato l’Alpha 1, “One”; la numero uno, insomma, una sintesi tra tutte le linee di prodotto più avanzate dell’azienda giapponese, ovvero la A7R, A9 ed A7S III. Dalla prima fotocamera la nuova mirrorless prende la risoluzione elevatissima (50MP), dalla seconda la velocità (30 fps) e l’otturatore elettronico a deformazione minima, e dalla terza le caratteristiche video da vera cinema camera. E al tutto. aggiunge qualcosa in più.

La One è la prima Alpha a supportare la registrazione video 8K, ma anche il profilo colore S-Cinetone, studiato per ottenere il massimo sugli incarnati, preso dalle macchine da presa della Cinema Line, ovvero Sony FX6 ed Sony FX9 ma soprattutto Venice. Non manca l’S-Log 3, che, con la registrazione interna 4:2:2 a 10 bit, permette di ottenere file con una gamma dinamica superiore ai 15 stop.

Anche in 4K le caratteristiche sono al top, con la capacità di registrare fino a 120 fps, e di sfruttare in modalità APS-C/Super35 a partire da una risoluzione di 5,8K. Il fuoco automatico è basato sull’evoluzione più avanzata dell’AF Real Time di Sony, che riconosce persone e animali, e la stabilizzazione da 5,5 stop è garantita dal sensore con pixel-shift.

La macchina sarà disponibile in Europa a partire da marzo, a circa 7300 euro.

Insomma una vera e propria bomba, su cui speriamo di poter mettere le mani prima possibile per un test approfondito. Maggiori dettagli nelle prossime ore!

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