Sony has announced a new line of professional portable hard disc arrays with the PSZ-RA4T and the PSZ-RA6T. Designed to move around 4K UHD video content, both models feature a built-in carrying handle to add to the portability factor, making them useful for video productions taking place in the field or on location as well as for situations where use of such drives provide greater stability and safety amidst harsh working conditions.
Many have been speculating since the release of the a7R II earlier this year that Sony would soon be releasing the a7S II. From IBC 2015 Amsterdam, Sony Electronics today introduced the latest addition to their a7 lineup with the a7S II. Offering High Sensitivity up to ISO 409,600, 5-Axis Image Stabilization and Internal 4K Recording.
There's been a lot of action in the camera department at IBC this year, at least from the Sony booth. Not only did we get a new version of the a7S, but Sony Pro has just announced a smaller and cheaper version of the popular PXW-FS7 which came out last year.
I bought an Asus laptop last June and I'm wondering if it can handle video editing programs like Sony Vegas Pro 13 and After Effects. If not, can you guys suggest any good programs I can use with my laptop? Thanks!
Everytime I film something with my camera, the footage looks super grainy. Specifically, darker colors. Black clothing/items look super grainy and discolored; even the wood floors in my house look grainy. I was just wondering if there's a way to fix that?
Hi, I'm looking for a camcorder to make short films, documentaries, music videos, concerts reviews, and some low light situations. My first choice was a Canon Vixia HF G30, but then I saw the promo video for the Sony AX100 and it was mind blowing. My question is: Should I get the Sony PXW-X70 instead? looks more professional to me!
I recently filmed a bunch of footage on my Sony FS700 camera. All of it was recorded at 1080p and 240fps.
I have imported all the file into Adobe Premiere Pro and edited the footage. Everything looks great.
However, after exporting (H.264 at 1080p), there are a few clips that don't have the smooth slow-motion effect. They look more choppy as if it was shot at 60fps and slowed to about 10%. Anybody know why this is occurring?