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FX6 Full-frame Camera By Sony Launches in Africa


TechInAfrica – The latest edition of Sony’s Camera Line, known as the FX6 (model ILME-FX6V) camera, has been presented by Sony Africa. 

Murat Gebeceli, Head of Digital Imaging at Sony MEA, says that the new FX6 is the latest example of the effort made by Sony to continuously force the limit of imaging technology based on the demand of its customers. 

The new camera includes a 10.2 MP full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor that conveys a 15+ stop wide unique reach with high sensitivity and low clamor. FX6’s base sensitivity is ISO 800 with an upgraded sensitivity setting of ISO 12,800 – expandable to 409,600 – for shooting in low and low light conditions.

This camera can do the recording in XAVC All Intra 4:2:2 10-bit depth with stunning image quality in DCI 4K (4096 x 2160 – up to 60p), QFHD 4K (3840 x 2160 – up to 120p), and FHD (1920×1080 – up to 240p) for incredibly detailed slow motion.

The FX6 has a compact and lightweight design since it is designed with a durable magnesium alloy chassis, measuring just 4.6 inches x 6 inches x 4.5 inches (116 millimeters x 153 millimeters x 114 millimeters) and weighing only 1.96 pounds (0.89 kilograms).  

The FX6 camera features a heat-dissipating structure that will help to keep the camera component inside its work range to avoid overheating conditions, in any event, during expanded chronicle times. FX6 likewise includes a modular design permitting users to handily match embellishments, for instance, grasps and viewfinders, or connect the camera to different systems, such as gimbals and robots.



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