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How to Load Scene Files into the Sony FX9

In keeping with our long-standing tradition, AbelCine has released our standard suite of scene files for the Sony PXW-FX9. The names of these scene files will be familiar to anyone who has been downloading and using them with other popular cameras over the years. We have done our best to keep the looks faithful to the original files created some 15 years ago.

Loading the scene files to the FX9 requires a few simple steps, and this video takes you step-by-step through the process. You will be up and running in minutes. Please note that an SD card is required to transfer the files to your camera. The scene files themselves are available here. For more information and sample stills of each scene file, see our previous post, Sony FX9 Scene Files from AbelCine.

Ian McCausland
Technology Specialist, AbelCine LA

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In our tradition of providing scene files for the latest professional cinema cameras, we have created a collection of scene files for the Sony PXW-FX9. These files are based on the looks AbelCine has been creating for many years and are designed to fit a variety of common shooting scenarios.