The NEX-FS700 is an NXCAM camcorder with a superior Super 35mm CMOS sensor, super slow-motion capability and an interchangeable E-mount lens system. The NEX-FS700UK is also supplied with the SEL 18200 E 18–200mm F3.5–6.3 OSS 11x zoom E-Mount lens.
Based on customer feedback, the NEX-FS700EK includes a number of features providing familiar professional operation and workflows, including 50/60Hz switchability, built-in ND filters, 3G-SDI interface and an enhanced exterior design.
Uses a new 4K “Exmor” Super 35 CMOS sensor (total 11.6 million pixels) features high sensitivity, low noise and minimal aliasing. A future firmware upgrade will enable the NEX-FS700E to output 4K RAW bit-stream data over 3G HD-SDI when used with an optional recorder
Slow motion capability of up to 10x slow motion at full HD resolution or up to 40x slow motion at a reduced resolution.
Four Built-in, ultra-thin ND Filters: Clear; 2, 4 and 6 Stop
A 3G-SDI output enables easy integration with highest quality recording formats.
Up to 99 camera profile settings can be stored, allowing rapid adaptation to multiple shooting environments. Settings are also easily shared in multi-camera productions.
This is preliminary information. All features and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Sony just announced the NEX-FS700 camera and, lucky for us, they brought it by for a quick peek. It has all the features of the FS100 but with some big improvements including a 3G-SDI output, ND filters and high-speed recording options. Of course, the really big news is that the camera is “4k Ready,” meaning that in the future it will be able to output 4K 12-bit RAW data over the 3G-SDI connection. Watch Andy Shipsides' video on the NEX-FS700 below.