The Sony FDR-AX100 blurs the line between professional and consumer camcorders and does so at an aggressive price point. It is small, easy to use, relatively affordable and it also has a large sensor, great lens and tons of manual controls.
Diving down into the nitty-gritty, the 9100 represents a ⅓ performance improvement over it’s older brother (the D700), and roughly $1000 cheaper than the nVidia Quadro K6000. Sounds amazing, right? It is — but nothing is perfect.
Sony Creative Software has an excellent reputation in the video industry. Their latest version, Movie Studio 13, promises great results for the hobbyist and beginner. But can editing really be that easy?