Does Sony FS7 shoot 4K?
The FS7 does record 4K video internally with a super 35mm Exmor CMOS sensor, giving the image a nice film look with beautiful depth of field. The actual resolution in camera is UHD (3840 x 2160), not quite full 4K — for that you need an external recorder.
Does the Sony FS7 shoot raw?
The Sony FS7 outputs up to 240fps in 10-bit RAW 2K (in theory).
Is FS7 a full frame camera?
High Frame Rates up to 180 fps That’s why the FS7 provides continuous recording at Full HD at frame rates of up to 180 fps. When you play back at 23.98p, you’ll enjoy extraordinary Super Slow Motion of up to 7.5x.
How do I change the shutter speed on fs7?
To change the shutter speed: Press the Shutter button on the side of the camera body and use the scroll wheel to choose your desired shutter speed or angle. Then press the sel/set button to set the shutter speed.
Is the Sony FS7 the best camera for Documentary Photography?
Of course, the FS7 also reflects Sony’s expertise in 4K and HD codecs, Super 35 sensors and memory recording. The result is the ideal camera for documentaries and the optimum tool for magazine shows, reality TV, unscripted TV and more.
Is the Sony FS7 a big step up?
Clearly this is a big move for Sony, and while the FS7 needs a few workarounds to get RAW and ProRes, it’s a huge step up from the FS700 in a number of ways, and is even a step up from the F5, which does not come with 4K internally and costs far more.
What do you think about the F5 internal 4K?
Internal 4k, non obtrusive add on to get 12 bit RAW with odyssey or shogun, internal 10 bit 422, fantastic codec, ProRes down the road and it looks like a solid piece of kit. Nice design, easy to handle. Half the cost of the F5… I’m in! Seems like by the time the F5 cycles through we’ll be looking at 6k.
What is the full frame rate of the fs7k?
Please note the PXW-FS7K model with bundled SELP28135G lens kit is now discontinued. High Frame Rate shots can turn everyday actions into slow-motion ballet, a visual feast of elegant movement. The FS7 delivers a maximum of 180 frames per second (fps) continuous shooting in Full HD.