Sony PXW-FX9 XDCAM Full-Frame Camera System, Cranberry


4K recording with oversampled 6K full-screen Exmore-R sensor
15+ Stops the dynamic range
Dual base is from 800/4000
World’s first electronic variable ND filter for full-frame sensors
Xavi 422 10-bit recording on XQD media cards
Video recording resolution: 4K; 2K
Viewfinder type: LCD

Sony PXW-FX9 XDCAM full frame camera system
Beautiful 4K HDR images by oversampling a 6K full-frame Exmor-R sensor with a dynamic range of over 15 stops and dual base ISO. Capture the impossible with the world’s first electronic full-frame variable ND and fast hybrid AF that let you track your subject with unprecedented speed and accuracy. (Available with or without the SELP28135G kit lens. Shown here with the lens.)

4K recording with oversampled 6K full-screen Exmor-R sensor
The 6K full-frame sensor of the camera offers excellent recording options in DCI 4K1, Ultra HD and HD resolutions. The powerful image processing with debayering and downsampling guarantees an image quality that goes beyond the limits of conventional Super 35 mm sensors. The backlit CMOS image sensor also uses Sony’s Exmor R technology for improved sensitivity and noise reduction. Compared to a 4K Super 35mm sensor, the FX9’s 6K sensor has a double surface and at the same time offers a larger viewing angle and a shallower depth of field.

15+ stops the dynamic range
FX9 offers an exceptional dynamic range of more than 15 levels – beyond the normal range of human perception – and thus enables unprecedented freedom of design for color corrections and postings. The cameraman can focus on framing the desired scene while relying on the FX9 to capture every nuance and detail with an internal 4K 4: 2: 2 10-bit recording or external 16-bit RAW Capture the shot and details beyond the cameraman’s normal viewing skills to create a final image that accurately reflects the mood of the scene.

Dual Base ISO from 800/40003
FX9 has a base sensitivity of ISO 800 and offers the optimal dynamic range for typical documentary film applications such as exterior shots or shots in brightly lit interiors. A secondary high base sensitivity of ISO 4000 is excellent in low light conditions such as early morning and evening shots while maintaining excellent image quality. ISO 4000 is also ideal if you use slow lenses. The combination of Dual Base ISO with the electronic variable ND filter of the camera offers excellent creative control in almost any shooting environment and a real next-generation reaction to changing conditions.

3 – ISO 800 and ISO 4000 are used in S-Log3, Cine EI mode.

World’s first electronic variable ND filter for full-frame sensor4
Get even more creative control with Sony’s unique built-in Electronic Variable Neutral Density (ND) filter – a world first4 for professional full-frame camcorders. Set to Auto or adjust the filter density manually in even increments of 1/4 to 1/128 to get perfectly exposed images without affecting the depth of field when the lighting conditions change. Use higher density settings with a slower shutter speed for stunning artistic effects.

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