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Hands On: Sony F65 Camera Overview

We have had a number of different events over the last few months featuring Sony's F65 camera. The F65 offers unparallelled 8k resolution and produces stunning 4k imagery. We've done a lot of testing with it, and found both the resolution and dynamic range to be off the charts.

For all of you that were not able to attend our events, I put together this short video covering some of the big features of the camera; stay tuned for future videos on workflow and data management. The F65 has a special package price offer through Dec 26th, so make sure to speak with our sales team if you are interested.

Andy Shipsides
Chief Technology Officer / Camera Tech Specialist, AbelCine LA

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