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Sony Nex FS700e

NEX FS700e

Price: £900.00
Location: United Kingdom
Condition: New
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Date Expires: 08/08/2018
Item ID: 193746

NEX FS700e

Sony Nex FS700e

Sony NEX-FS700E


The NEX-FS700E is an NXCAM camcorder with a superior Super35mm CMOS sensor, super slow-motion capability and an interchangeable E-mount lens system, offering unrivalled flexibility and creative expression.

High-end production functionality

Based on customer feedback, the NEX-FS700E includes a number of features providing familiar professional operation and workflows, including 50/60Hz switchability, built-in ND filters, 3G-SDI interface and an enhanced exterior design.

Advanced firmware provides 4K RAW and 2K RAW output on AXS memory with HXR-IFR5 adaptor plus HFR

An optional advanced firmware upgrade permits the NEX-FS700E to capture stunning 4K RAW movie footage or 2K RAW with the AXS-R5RAW recorder over 3G HD-SDI using HXR-IFR5 interface unit. The NEX-FS700E can also capture 4K RAW at High Frame Rate (HFR) of 100 frames per second (fps) or 120 fps for approximately 4 seconds, and 2K RAW at 100 fps, 120 fps, 200 fps or 240 fps continuous recording.

Accessories:

  • Sony AC-PW10 Power Adapter
  • Sony ECM-XM1 Shotgun Microphone

Operation Hours: 300

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