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For Sale: Sony HXC-FB80HN/U, Body Only
Sony HXC-FB80HN/U, Body Only
Category: Cameras and Accessories
HD Studio Camera System with 4K Upscale and HD HDR Capability
The HXC-FB80* is a cost-effective high-performance HD portable camera with three Sony 2/3-inch Exmor™ CMOS sensors and a 3G-SDI platform capable of 1080/50p and 59.94p signal processing while achieving low power consumption.
In combination with the HXCU-FB80* 4K/HD Camera Control Unit, it offers user-beneficial expandability including 4K upscale and HD HDR support (HLG, Hybrid Log-Gamma)** for a future-proof solution. The optional PC-based HZC-RCP5 Remote Control Panel is available for a simpler application system.
Three Sony 2/3-Inch Exmor CMOS Sensors
Incorporating three 2/3-inch Exmor CMOS sensors, the HXC-FB80 offers stunning full-HD picture quality and sensitivity of F13 in 50 Hz and F12 in 59.94 Hz at 1080 mode with a signal-to-noise ratio of -60 dB. These features enhance shooting in a low light environment.
3G-SDI Platform Capable of 1080/50p and 59.94p
The camera head can comfor tably output 3G-SDI signals including 1080/50p and 59.94p. The new processor can also support 1080/23.98 PsF on top of 25 PsF and 29.97 PsF.
Long Cable Extension and Choice of Fiber Interface
Using a hybrid cable with a power supply, the distance between the camera head and CCU can be extended up to 600 m. In case of the combination with HXC-P70, it can extend up to 1,000 m. In addition to the Neutrik connector interface, a LEMO connector interface is also available for the camera head and CCU.
HD Video Trunk and HD Prompter
In addition to the camera captured 1080 50i/59.94i video signal, another video signal can be passed through the same fiber connection line to the CCU side because of the 3G-SDI platform. Further to the traditional analog composite prompter support, the HD-SDI signal can be supplied from the CCU side.
ND Filter by Servo Motor
Along with an electrical CC filter, the ND filter can be remotely controlled either by external RCP/RM or via the CCU because of the newly adopted filter servo motor in the camera head.
For more insight into the Sony HXC-FB80, take a look at Sony technology professional Neil Thompson's review.
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