HP Reverb G2 VR Headset with Controller, Adjustable Lenses & Speakers from Valve, 2160 x 2160 LCD Panels, for Gaming, Ergonomic Design, 4 Cameras, Compatible with SteamVR & Windows Mixed RealityOctober 25, 2022
Sony VENICEOctober 25, 2022
6K, APS-C/ Super 35mm backside-illuminated CMOS sensor
Resolution at QFHD (3840 x 2160)
Mechanical 5-Axis Active IBIS / Digital (Using Sony Catalyst)
Size & Weight: 129.7 x 77.8 x 84.5 mm / 562 g
Shooting Log Options – Cine EI / Cine EI Quick / Flexible ISO
Cinema Look / S-Log: S-Cinetone, s709 / S-Log 3, HLG
Recording format: XAVC S / XAVC S-I / XAVC HS
Bit-Depth / Codec: 10/8bit 4:2:2, Long GOP, All-I / H.264, H.265
If you’ve had a test drive of the FX3 and loved the build, button placement, and quality you got from it, then the FX30 is a worthy small sibling and a great entry point for anyone who wants to move up into the cinema camera systems from something like the Alpha series.
Taking the small form factor and cinematic build quality you’d expect from the FX series and slapping in an APS-C sensor, the FX30 is a Super35 version of the FX3. Released in October 2022 at $1799, the FX30 has been a great addition to the mirrorless cinema lineup Sony has been growing over the years.
Bringing a 26MP APS-C backside-illuminated CMOS sensor that can capture 4k up to 60p and even oversample it from 6k, 4k/120p capture with a crop of 1.62x. Video capture options are what you’d expect with 10-bit 4:2:2, 4:2:0, H.265, or H.264 AVC files available.
Stabilization is controlled both digitally and mechanically, offering solid and smooth stabilized shots when shooting; if you want to take it further, you can use Sony’s Catalyst software which uses the gyro metadata built in from the video file metadata to digitally correct and stabilize your footage.
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