Sony Alpha FX3 Cinema Line Full Frame Camera with 4K Video 120p & S-Cinetone ILME-FX3

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Item Description:
  • Full-frame cinematic expression with high sensitivity and wide dynamic range
  • 4K 120fps Recording
  • Cinematic color science with S-Cinetone
  • 5-Axis IBIS w/ Active Mode
  • Smallest Cinema Line Camera
  • Cage Free Design & Built In Cooling Fan
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    New Cinematic Freedom

    Sony Alpha FX3 Cinema Line Full-frame Camera

    Introducing the smallest Cinema Line camera optimized for solo 4K movie shooting

    Introducing the smallest Cinema Line camera - optimized for solo movie shooting up to 120p 4K 10-bit 4:2:2 and ISO up to 409,600 with S-Cinetone and a compact cage free design featuring ¼”-20 mounting points, a top handle with XLR/TRS inputs, uninterrupted recording thanks to a cooling fan for effective heat dissipation and in-body image stabilization with Active mode for steady handheld shooting.

    Sony's FX3 Cinema Line camera brings the visions of passionate content creators to life. Cinematic expression is matched with reliable performance and streamlined operation to serve the needs of today's creative community. Compact and lightweight, it's easy to carry and handle.

    Key Features:

    • 4K full-frame sensor w/ 15+ stop dynamic range and high sensitivity

    • S-Cinetone, expressive cinematic look inspired by VENICE colorimetry

    • Up to 4K 120p 10-bit 4:2:2 and full pixel readout in all rec. modes

    • Compact cage free design w/ ¼”-20 mounting points and XLR top handle

    • Uninterrupted 4K 60p rec. w/ cooling fan for effective heat sink

    • XLR on top handle, digital MI shoe and 3.5mm jack audio options 

    • Direct Iris, ISO and Shutter exposure control, optimized for video

    • Real-time Eye-AF and Real-time AF tracking for movie shooting

    • 5-axis in-body image stabilization with selectable Active mode

    • Designed for movie shooting including Zoom lever and Tally lights

    • ISO up to 409,600 w/ low noise even at higher ISO

    • Incredible autofocus w/ 627 phase detection AF points, 89% coverage

    • 7x adjustable AF Transition Speeds, 5x AF Subject Shift Sensitivity

    • Up to 4K 120p in XAVC S, XAVC HS (Long GOP) and XAVC S-I (All-I) 

    • Picture Profiles including S-Cinetone, HLG and S-Log 2 & 3

    • 10 in-camera customizable Creative Looks for stills and movies

    • 16-bit RAW movie output up to 4K 60p via HDMI Type-A connector

    • Fast readout for high frame rates, fast AF, minimal rolling shutter

    • Dual card slots, both compatible with CFexpress Type A and SDXC/SDHC

    • Rigid magnesium alloy body w/ dust and moisture resistant sealing

    • Smallest Cinema Line camera optimized for solo movie shooting

    • 12.1MP JPEG, RAW and HEIF still image options up to 10fps with AF/AE

    • Fast BIONZ XR processing engine delivers 8x more processing power

    • Visible Light and IR Sensor improves WB accuracy in artificial light

    • No 29m 50s continuous recording limit for movie shooting

    • Imaging Edge mobile application for camera control and file transfer

    • Mobile tethering for LTE 4/5 G live streaming and FTP data transfer

    • SuperSpeed USB-C with power delivery and Ethernet wired LAN

    • High-speed 2.4 and 5GHz Wi-Fi / FTP transfer and wireless PC remote

    • 3” flip-out, vari-angle LCD monitor w/ touch menu and controls

    • New menu layout w/ intuitive 3 level structure and touch navigation

    • Long Z-battery life extendable via USB Type C with Power Delivery

    • E-Mount maximized with 59 Sony E-Mount lenses (as of Feb 2021)

    Optimized for cinematic expression

    The FX3 features a 10.2MP11 Full-frame Backside-illuminated (BSI) Exmor R CMOS sensor that delivers sensitivity, speed and superior movie quality. The sensor features a color filter array that boosts color reproduction accuracy while delivering up to 15+ stops of dynamic range3 and drastically reduced noise for ultra-sharp and clean images with a fast readout speed that reduces rolling shutter. In addition, the Exmor R sensor features Sony’s acclaimed fast hybrid autofocus with 627 phase detection AF points and 89% coverage7. The high sensitivity also allows it to autofocus in light as low as EV-6.

    High-performance fast processing

    The FX3 features the same BIONZ XR system architecture as the FX6, with high processing performance from image capture through all signal processing stages. User interface, network, and file management processing is distributed so that fast, stress-free control response is maintained regardless of real-time processing load. The engine also makes it possible to deliver high sensitivity and natural gradations, realistic color reproduction, low noise, and other image quality improvements as well as faster, more precise AF plus the ability to process the large amounts of data required for 4K 120p1 10-bit 4:2:2 recording. It also features improved menu response and high-speed write to CFexpress Type A memory cards.

    S-Cinetone for that expressive cinematic look

    In response to a growing need for more expressive depth, the FX3, along with FX9 and FX6 Cinema Line cameras, allows users to easily create a cinematic look without post-production using S-Cinetone picture profile. Inspired by the color science used in Sony’s flagship VENICE camera, S-Cinetone delivers natural mid-tones, plus soft colors and gorgeous highlights that are essential to cinematic expression. S-Cinetone is the default for Picture Profile 11 (PP11) on the FX3.

    Cage free design

    An easily manageable compact body that doesn’t get in the way translates directly into increased workflow efficiency and shooting freedom for creators involved in video production. The FX3 is designed to eliminate the need for a camera cage, including six standard ¼”-20 UNC threaded mounting points to easily and securely attach compatible accessories such as external monitors, recorders, wireless microphones, or other add-ons. In addition, the supplied top handle with XLR interface securely attaches to the body via the Multi Interface Shoe without any special tools and provides three additional thread holes. Since no cage is required, the system size and weight is reduced making transporting easier and setup time quicker. The FX3 has everything a single operator needs for video production in a versatile, easy-to-use compact and lightweight package that can be expanded to meet growing needs.

    Smallest Cinema Line camera for solo shooting

    As the most compact model in the Cinema Line, the FX3 is not only the smallest and lightest, but it also features a design that eliminates the need for a cage while providing an XLR handle unit that maximizes handheld shooting flexibility and ideal for gimbal and drone-mounted work. It weighs just 1.576 lbs. (715 g), including battery and memory cards, and the body is only 5.11” x 3.33” x 3.06” (129.7 x 84.5 x 77.8mm) HxWxD. The camera grip has been carefully designed with professional creators to provide optimum flexibility, stability, and comfort for extended handheld shooting sessions.

    Digital XLR on top handle, MI shoe and 3.5mm jack audio options

    The FX3 offer a variety of audio input options to suit different workflows and professional requirements. The body incorporate a standard 3.5 mm mic. jack, Sony’s digital MI (Multi Interface) shoe for cable free connection with compatible MI shoe microphones and the XLR top handle which includes a 3.5mm mic jack and two balanced XLR/TRS audio inputs, enabling high quality audio to the FX3. With an optional XLR or TRS microphone connected, the XLR module on the handle takes care of the A/D (Analogue to Digital) conversion and DSP (Digital Signal Processing) and transfers the digital audio data directly to the camera for outstanding audio quality. Camera settings provide audio recording formats, including 4-channel 24-bit recording. Since the XLR adaptor is integrated into the handle and does not require any additional cables or batteries, it offers stress-free set up.

    Astonishing low-light performance and 15+ stops dynamic range3

    The 10.2MP11 sensor is optimized for 4K with full-pixel readout and to make use of much larger individual pixels for maximum light gathering capabilities. The full-frame sensor offers more light gathering area than smaller super-35 sensors, while fewer pixels mean each individual pixel is larger than on higher pixel-count full-frame sensors resulting in astonishing low-light capabilities with a high signal-to-noise ratio. It has a Standard ISO range from 80 to 102,400, expandable to 40 to 409,600 for stills and 80 to 409,600 for movies. The FX3 also employs Sony’s industry-leading Exmor R backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor technology for additional low light gathering performance and to double the readout speed. Thanks to the high-sensitivity, Exmor R sensor and fast processing, the dynamic range for movies is an impressively wide 15+ stops3.

    High speed for slow motion

    The FX3 offers several in-camera 4K recording modes to match your creative need and desired format. 4K resolution at up to 120 frames per second5 delivers extraordinarily smooth 5x (max.) slow-motion imagery17. In addition to supporting 10-bit 4:2:2 recording, this feature can be used with efficient inter-frame (Long GOP) compression or high-quality intra-frame (All-I) compression. A maximum bit rate of 1200 Mbps (4:2:2 10-bit, H.264, All-I) 5 delivers supreme image quality when directly replaying movies in slow or quick motion in the S&Q mode17 . Up to 10x slow motion with Full HD resolution is possible at 240 fps (24p recording), providing fresh perspectives on dynamic sports and other types of action.

    Uninterrupted 4K 60p recording4

    Creators need more than just refined features and performance; they also need reliability and durability. Heat buildup from processing large volumes of data when recording high-bitrate (10-bit/16-bit), high-resolution 4K and high frame-rate (60p/120p1) movie can plague other systems, but not the FX3. It combines a fan for active cooling in addition to the unique camera-wide passive heat dissipation structure - with effective heat dissipation resulting in uninterrupted 4K 60p recording without thermal shutdown4. The newly developed fan provides high-efficiency cooling by drawing air into the camera via the bottom panel and exhausts via the side. Cooling modes include: Auto, Minimum (Quiet and slow speed), Off in Rec. (Max speed when not recording) and Always Off.

    10-bit 4:2:2 video reaches new levels of realism

    The FX3 offer several recording options to meet the needs of different content creators, including; 10-bit 4:2:2 XAVC S™ (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Long GOP) and XAVC S-I (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Intra) formats in either 4K (QFHD) or FHD as well as 10-bit 4:2:2 XAVC HS™ (MPEG-H HEVC/H.265), in 4K only. For even greater post production flexibility, up to 60p 4K (4264 x 2408) uncompressed 16-bit RAW9 format can be output to an external device via full-size HDMI Type-A jack from the FX3.

    Efficient MPEG-H HEVC/H.265 (XAVC HS™) coding

    In addition to Sony’s common XAVC S™ (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264) codec found on many models, the FS3 adds XAVC HS format recording21 using the MPEG-H HEVC/H.265 codec for approximately twice the efficiency of XAVC S. You can record more detailed 10-bit 4K video at higher bit rates while keeping data volume within a manageable range. Image quality is better than XAVC S at a comparable bit rate, and equal to XAVC S at lower bit rates. H.265 video can be recorded internally to SDXC or CFexpress Type A memory cards1.

    16-bit RAW output9 for movie

    To answer the increasing demand for RAW recording, the FX3 is capable of 16-bit RAW output9 up to 4K 60p to an external device via full-size HDMI Type A, for applications that demand the highest quality and post-production flexibility provided by RAW output. Full-frame 4K (4264 x 2408) 16-bit image output is possible, with a choice of frame rates (60p/50p/30p/25p/24p). You can also output RAW video via HDMI while recording XAVC HS 4K, XAVC S 4K, or XAVC S-I 4K to internal card media. Proxy recording is available during RAW output.

    Easy S-Log matching with professional camcorders

    In many cinema workflows, the ability to match the color of footage from multiple cameras is essential. The FX3 includes S-Log2 and S-Log3 gamma curves, the latter emphasizing shadow to mid-tone gradations and making it possible to achieve a dynamic range of 15+ stops3. Three color gamut settings are provided: S-Gamut, S-Gamut3, and S-Gamut3. Cine. The S-Gamut3 and S-Gamut3.Cine color gamut settings make it easy to match FX3 footage with that shot on professional camcorders equipped with S-Log3 gamma curve settings. Minimum ISO when shooting S-Log has been reduced to 640, and the 160 to 500 range of expanded ISO can be used as well. Sensitivity can be lowered by as much as 2 stops below the normal ISO range for extra-low-noise recording.

    10-bit 4:2:2 HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma)8

    The FX3 provides HLG8 (Hybrid Log-Gamma) high-dynamic-range picture profile that supports the wide-gamut BT.2020 color space for true-to-life imagery with detailed shadows and highlights, with no need for color grading. Video recorded with this picture profile can be directly played back on an HDR (HLG) compatible Sony TV. 10-bit recordings reproduce finer gradation and detail for extraordinary realism. Gamma can be selected from four presets: HLG (corresponding to IYU-R BT.2100), HLG1, HLG2, and HLG3. These gamma settings provide varying blends of dynamic range and noise performance, generally achieving wider dynamic range that still blends well with images from previous cameras.

    10 in-camera Creative Looks

    A selection of Creative Looks makes it easy to create interesting moods for stills and movies right in the camera. 10 Creative Looks are provided as presets with different combinations of color, color depth, brightness, contrast, sharpness, and more. The presets can be used as they are, or customized by the user. Customized Creative Looks can be stored as Custom Looks for later recall and use.  

    Fast Hybrid AF in all modes

    The FX3 inherits AF performance from Sony’s FX9 and  FX6 Cinema Line cameras, incorporating the highly acclaimed Fast Hybrid AF for movie shooting in all modes, including 4K 120p1. The Exmor R sensor and powerful BIONZ XR processing engine make it possible to provide a high-density array of 627 selectable focal plane phase-detection AF points7 for high-speed autofocus tracking capability with the precision of contrast-detection AF to quickly lock onto subjects that move erratically or change speed suddenly and track them with tenacious reliability across 89% (approx.) of the imaging area (94% vertically and 95% horizontally). Focus can even be reliably maintained when the subject is briefly obscured or when shooting with a small aperture.

    Tenacious Real-time AF Tracking

    AI-based Real-time Tracking for autofocus makes solo shooting a breeze thanks to the new BIONZ XR processing engine and a new subject recognition algorithm that uses color, pattern (brightness), distance (depth), face and eye information to process spatial information in real time at high speed. The focus area will seamlessly change between face and eye to object tracking according to the condition of the subject.

    Real-time Eye AF5

    Real-time Eye AF5 employs AI (artificial intelligence) to detect and process eye data and track the subject’s eye with unprecedented precision. The superior real-time data processing capability of the new BIONZ XR image processing engine ensures accurate, reliable detection even when faces are looking away at extreme angles. Real-time Eye AF is available in all recording modes, including 4K up to 120p1. When the Touch Tracking feature is used, Real-time Eye AF is simultaneously initiated if the [Face/Eye Priority in AF] menu item is ON. In addition to automatic eye selection, it’s possible to manually preselect the subject’s right or left eye.

    Intuitive touch AF control

    The Touch Tracking feature makes it easy to initiate Real-time Tracking of any subject within the frame and can be initiated simply by touching that subject on the screen. The powerful real-time processing capabilities of the new BIONZ XR image processing engine, use Real-time AF tracking with advanced AI (artificial intelligence) algorithms to reliably and smoothly track the selected subject while you concentrate on composition and shooting. This can be huge advantage when using a gimbal or shooting solo. Touch Focus can be used to temporarily engage AF when focusing manually. It is also possible to remotely control Touch Tracking during AF or Touch Focus during manual focus from the Imaging Edge Mobile application (Ver. 7.4 or later ) running on a mobile device13.

    Advanced features for easier manual focus

    Autofocus support can be useful even when primarily using manual focus. it is sometimes advantageous to temporarily activate autofocus quickly to acquire focus on a subject before reverting back to MF.  Focus can automatically be acquired at full AF speed in the same way as when shooting stills by half depressing the shutter button or pressing the AF-ON button. AF can also temporarily be activated via the Touch Focus feature, and Real-time Eye AF5 can be initiated via a custom button assignment with AF smoothly locking on at the preset AF Transition Speed.

    Advanced AF transition and sensitivity settings

    Inherited from the FX9 and FX5 Cinema Line camerasr, [AF Transition Speed] and [AF Subject Shift Sensitivity] parameters allow more detailed AF control. [AF Transition Speed] provides 7 speed settings and is ideal for creating rack focus effects to effectively guide the viewers’ eye. [AF Subject Shift Sensitivity] provides 5 sensitivity settings that determine how “sticky” AF will be (how easily AF will switch to another subject or how tenaciously it will stay with the locked-on subject). Both these parameters can be assigned to custom keys for fast access while shooting.

    Active Mode6 stabilization for handheld movie shooting 

    The FX3 features highly effective 5-axis in-body image stabilization with any lens attached. The powerful BIONZ XR image processing engine with advanced real-time processing utilizes gyro sensors, plus optimized image stabilization algorithms to combine the new high-precision 5-axis stabilization unit with electronic Active Mode6 stabilization for movie shooting in 4K and other formats. This makes handheld shooting as stable as you can get without having to use a gimbal. Using optically stabilized lenses further enhance stability as the camera uses both in-body and optical lens stabilization together as well. Additionally, the FX3 records image stabilization metadata that can be adjusted during post-production using Catalyst Browse/Prepare18.

    Touch screen functionality

    Navigation on the FX3 is quick and intuitive with menu tabs situated on the left and parameter groups in the middle while individual parameters are on the right. The menu stature is also completely touch-responsive and parameters can be instantly selected by directly touching them on the display panel while lists can be scrolled by swiping for unprecedented navigation and operation efficiency. Images to be reviewed can be selected by touch, and pinch-out/pinch-in gestures can be used to enlarge or reduce the selected image. Touch operation while shooting is also available for Touch Focus and Touch Tracking modes in addition to operating setings in the Fn menu. Touch sensitivity can be set to “Standard” or “Sensitive” for maximum control response and reliability.

    Customizable features

    The highly customizable FX3 is designed for content creator with different needs and styles of shooting. Quickly and easily setup the camera to match your specific needs with 140 Functions assignable to 15 custom keys. Independent function sets can be assigned for stills, movies, and playback. Separate functions can be assigned to the Fn button for the still and movie modes. Tailored to your shooting needs, items can be assigned and arranged in any convenient order to the custom My Menu tab. Custom function assignments can also be made to the front, rear dials and control wheel, so that frequently used functions are instantly available when needed. Its even possible to save and transfer setups to a separate body of the same model, making multi camera shoots efficient.

    Simultaneous display on external HDMI device

    The FX3 allows 4K video display on three devices simultaneously for maximum monitoring versatility: the camera monitor, an external HDMI recorder/monitor, and the Imaging Edge Mobile app13 connected via Wi-Fi. Output to an external monitor is also possible during proxy recording, and with appropriate settings the Real-time Eye AF5 frame can be displayed on the external device as well. Although active is some configurations, touch functions may be limited or unavailable when using external recorders and monitors.

    Direct Iris, ISO and Shutter exposure control, optimized for video

    The Flexible Exposure Mode allows the Auto and Manual modes for iris (aperture), shutter speed, and ISO to be set independently. The Flexible Exposure Mode is ON by default, while a long-press of the custom buttons assigned to the respective function will switch between Auto and Manual. The Manual (default) setting allows aperture, shutter speed, and/or ISO to be set manually as required, but a Manual Lock function activated by a short press on the respective custom buttons locks the related controls to prevent changes if the dial or wheel is accidentally moved. The frequently used aperture (iris) and ISO functions can be controlled by the easily accessible front and rear dials as well as the dial on the top panel.

    Created for content creators

    The flat-top minimalist body design of the FX3 is amply supplied with operation features developed by Sony through years of designing and manufacturing professional cinema equipment. Every aspect of this camera, from hardware such as controls, tally lamp, custom buttons, and a vari-angle LCD monitor, to software-based features such as touch-responsive menus and parameters, have been designed to give creators what they need in real-world applications. Frequently used controls located on the grip and on the top of the body make it easier to firmly hold the lens with the left hand when shooting solo. The REC button and others on the top panel have been designed with a longer stroke for sure operation even with a thumb.

    Custom zoom settings

    Optimized for movie making, the FX3 features a zoom lever located on the top of the grip which not only controls compatible powered zoom lenses, but also allows Clear Image Zoom to be used with unpowered zoom and prime lenses with less image degradation. This can significantly reduce the number of lenses required for many projects. Zoom speed can be assigned to a custom button or selected conditionally depending on whether the camera is in standby mode or recording. Remote zoom control is also supported rom the Imaging Edge Mobile app13 or an optional remote-control unit.

    White balance adjustment while recording movies

    The ability to change white balance while recording video can be a huge advantage when working with mixed lighting. White balance can be adjusted to match changes in the scene while recording movies, and the adjustments can be made to occur slowly and smoothly without abrupt “jumps” (shockless WB). You can maintain natural-looking white balance when moving from indoor to outdoor situations while shooting a wedding, for example.

    Rec. tally lamps and rec. confirmation

    Three recording (tally) lamps are provided so that both the operator and talent can easily confirm recording. The Rec. button on the top illuminates when recording is in progress as well as a front and back tally lamp of the camera. In addition, to make it clear when the camera is in record mode, a red frame appears on the monitor display so that the operator can easily confirm that recording is in progress when the camera is mounted on a rig or gimbal, or in other situations where the display is hard to see. The emphasized record display can be turned on or off according to shooting needs.

    More moviemaking aids

    As expected on a cinema style camera, the FX3 includes features to make moviemaking and even still image capture easier. Zebra function can be activated to assist setting exposure while peaking can be used for accurate manual focus control. Gamma display assist is useful when shooting in any of a number of picture profiles and can be set to OFF, Auto, S-Log2, S-Log3, HLG8 (BT.2020) and HLG (709). TC/UB (time code and user bit) are also useful when shooting with multiple cameras that have to be sync’d for easier post-production workflow.

    Consistently accurate color reproduction

    The high speed and capacity of the new BIONX XR processing engine in the FX3 make it possible to apply more detailed, optimized processing to individual image elements, achieving outstanding color reproduction accuracy. Deep reds and fresh greens are reproduced in all their natural beauty, while skin textures and tones are smooth, realistic, and healthy looking. Consistently accurate colors are easily achieved even under different types of lighting. Another refinement that contributes to improved AWB performance is a new “Visible Light and IR Sensor” on the front of the body. This advanced sensor helps to achieve more precise white balance under artificial lighting, including fluorescent and LED lights that sometimes confuse conventional AWB systems

    12.1MP11 JPEG, RAW and HEIF still image options up to 10fps with AF/AE

    Even though the FX3 is optimized for cinematography, it still has the capabilities to capture 12.1MP11 stills in JPEG, RAW and HEIF at up to 10fps with continuous autofocus and auto-exposure. This is a huge advantage over other movie centric cameras as it allows the user to capture reference stills on set, location scout and images for thumbnails.

    Side-opening vari-angle monitor

    A high-definition 3” (3.0 type) 1.44 million-dot (approx.) touch-sensitive LCD panel with side-opening vari-angle mechanism affords plenty of monitor positioning freedom for high and low viewpoints as well as waist-level, vertical, and selfie positions. Rotating sideways by as much as 176°, up by as much as 180°, and down by as much as 90°, and with ample brightness that provide optimum visibility even in bright outdoor conditions. In addition to supporting the Touch Tracking and Touch Focus functions, the new monitor also provides touch operation for the main and function menus.

    Dual card slots, both compatible with SD and CFexpress Type A

    Professional workflows demand two identical card slots for peace-of-mind redundant recording or extended record times with additional media options. Both upper (Slot 1) and lower (Slot 2) media slots support UHS-I and UHS-II SDXC/SDHC cards as well as new high-speed CFexpress Type A cards for higher overall capacity and faster read/write speeds. CFexpress Type A cards are ideally suited to high-speed continuous still shooting as well as 4K movie recording at high bit rates, providing next-generation write speeds that can quickly clear the buffers of cameras that generate high volumes of still image and movie data. The same data can be simultaneously recorded to both cards for backup, or you can choose to separate stills/movies as necessary. There is also a “relay” mode in which still image or movie recording will automatically switch to the second media card when the first media card becomes full.

    Full-size HDMI Type-A terminal

    More secure than micro and mini HDMI cables, the reliable full-size HDMI Type-A connector provides the type of connectivity and durability found in professional video equipment and demanded by professionals.

    Long Z-battery life extendable via USB Type C with Power Delivery14

    The FX3 features an image processing engine, image sensor, and related circuitry that have been refined to optimize power economy in all shooting conditions, further extending the longevity of the high-capacity Z battery. In addition, the FX3 supports USB PD (Power Delivery) 14 via the Type C® connector, allowing higher power to be supplied from a compatible external source so that recording can be continued for extended periods without draining the internal battery. A battery must be installed in the camera when supplying USB power and may still drain even if USB power is supplied, depending on the adapter used and camera operating conditions. 

    Keeping it clean

    A new anti-dust system increases dust-removal efficiency. The filter in front of the image sensor oscillates at an ultrasonic frequency of 70,000 cycles per second, powered by a revised drive system that effectively removes dust and particles from the filter surface. The anti-dust system is automatically activated at appropriate intervals when the camera is turned off and can be activated manually via a menu whenever required. Effective cleaning means that lenses can be changed when shooting stills or movies without having to worry about dust that can require tedious retouching during post-production.

    Enhanced dust and moisture resistant design10

    In response to feedback from working professionals and videographers, the dust and moisture resistance10 of the FX3 is enhanced thanks to refinements throughout the body. Additional sealing is provided at all body seams as well as the battery compartment cover, and the media slot now has a double sliding cover and lock lever rather than the previous hinged cover to keep water out. A redesigned lens lock button and additional cushioning around the mount are other refinements that contribute to outstanding reliability even in challenging outdoor conditions. Although the dust and moisture resistance and therefore reliability have been significantly improved, the body dimensions remain compact.

    Durable magnesium alloy chassis 

    High body durability has been achieved through the use of a lightweight, high-rigidity magnesium alloy for the top cover, front cover, internal frame, and rear cover. Additionally, the mount is attached by six screws for extra strength and rigidity that can handle heavy super-telephoto lenses.

    High transfer speed USB Type-C® (USB 3.2) connector

    A USB Type-C® connector that supports fast USB Type C® (SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps (USB 3.2)) data transfer is provided. This makes high-speed PC Remote (tethered) data transfer available for smooth handling of large image files. It also provides USB to high-speed wired LAN connectivity via an optional USB-Ether wired LAN adapter cable that provides direct connectivity to 1000BASE-T Ethernet networks for fast wired FTP data transfers. This provides high-speed data transfer capability in environments where wireless LAN is not available. Movie file transfer is supported.

    FTP file transfer for stills and movies with ‘save and load’

    The FX3 can transfer movie and still image files to a specified remote FTP server via wireless LAN, high-speed wired LAN via an optional USB to Ethernet adapter, or a USB-tethered smartphone connection to a cellular network. It is also possible to specify protected files for transfer, single-file transfer via custom key assignment, a file format, and more. Up to nine FTP servers can be pre-registered. FTP transfer settings can be saved to and loaded from a memory card separately from the camera settings. This can be useful when connecting multiple cameras of the same model number to an FTP server. All FTP transfer settings are applicable. Up to 10 sets of settings can be saved to one memory card.

    Smartphone integration

    The Imaging Edge Mobile application13 (Ver. 7.4 or later) allows a compatible mobile device to be used as a remote-control terminal and data transfer hub. This app also supports Touch Focus and Touch Tracking during movie recording. Transfer & Tagging add-on app is supported to transfer full-size still image files via Wi-Fi. New high-speed, stable USB tethering capability allows FTP data transfers to be carried out via some smartphones. GPS Location Information Link via Bluetooth allows the connected mobile device to record that data with still images or movies (refer to manual for more details). It is also possible to transfer files from a memory card in the camera via Wi-Fi even if the camera power is OFF. 

    Proxy Recording28

    Low-bit-rate HD proxy files can be recorded28 simultaneously with all recording formats, including XAVC S-I 4K. The smaller proxy video files can be used for offline editing previews prior to final 4K editing, reducing computer load and enabling a faster workflow. 10-bit XAVC HS (1920 x 1080) or 8-bit XAVC S (1280 x 720) proxy file recording can be selected as required.

    Specifications:

    General Camera Type Interchangeable lens digital camera
    General Lens Mount E-mount
    Size & Weight (Approx.) Weight (main unit only) 715 g (1 lb 9.3 oz) (with battery and memory card included), 640 g (1 lb 6.6 oz) (body only)
    Size & Weight (Approx.) Weight (including supplied accessories) 1.015 kg (2 lb 3.8 oz) (with XLR Handle, battery pack, SD card)
    Size & Weight (Approx.) Dimensions (W x H x D)  129.7 mm x 77.8 mm x 84.5 mm (5 1/8 x 3 1/8 x 3 3/8 inches)  (body without protrusions)
    Power Power Consumption [Movie] Approx. 7.3W (with FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS lens attached)
    Power Power Consumption [Still image]  Approx. 3.4W (with FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS lens attached)
    Power Battery Operating Time Approx. 95 min (Actual recording, CIPA standard) [[F_DX0003]]
    Power Battery Operating Time Approx. 135 min(Continuous recording, CIPA standard)
    Power Battery Operating Time Approx. 600 shots (LCD monitor) (Still image, CIPA standard)
    Operation Operating Temperature 0 to 40 degrees C
    Operation Operating Temperature 32 to 104 degrees F
    Operation Storage Temperature -20 to +60 degrees C
    Operation Storage Temperature -4 to +140 degrees F
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) [XAVC S-I 4K]
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I 4K 59.94p,
    600Mbps 4:2:2 10bit,
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I 4K 50p,
    500Mbps 4:2:2 10bit,
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I 4K 29.97p,
    300Mbps 4:2:2 10bit,
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I 4K 25p,
    250Mbps 4:2:2 10bit,
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I 4K 23.98p,
    240Mbps 4:2:2 10bit,
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) [XAVC S-I HD]
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I HD 59.94p
    222Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I HD 50p
    185Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I HD 29.97p
    111Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I HD 25p
    93Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S-I HD 23.98p
    89Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) [XAVC S 4K]
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 59.94p
    200Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 50p
    150Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 29.97p/25p
    140Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 23.98p
    100Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 29.97p/25p/23.98p
    100Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 29.97p/25p/23.98p
    60Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 119.88p/100p
    280Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S 4K 119.88p/100p
    200Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) [XAVC S HD]
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S HD 59.94p/50p/29.97p/25p/23.98p
    50Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S HD 59.94p/50p/29.97p/25p/23.98p
    50Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S HD 59.94p/50p
    25Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HD 29.97p/25p
    16Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S HD 119.88p/100p
    100Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC S HD 119.88p/100p
    60Mbps 4:2:0 8bit
    MPEG-4 AVC / H.264
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) [XAVC HS 4K]
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p
    200Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p
    150Mbps 4:2:0 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p/23.98p
    100Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p
    75Mbps 4:2:0 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p
    45Mbps 4:2:0 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 23.98p
    100Mbps 4:2:0 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 23.98p
    50Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 23.98p
    50Mbps 4:2:0 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 23.98p
    30Mbps 4:2:0 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 119.88p/100p
    280Mbps 4:2:2 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Video) XAVC HS 4K 119.88p/100p
    200Mbps 4:2:0 10bit
    MPEG-H HEVC / H.265
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Audio) LPCM 2ch(48kHz 16bit), LPCM 2ch(48kHz 24bit), LPCM 4ch(48kHz 24bit), MPEG-4 AAC-LC 2ch
    Recording (video) Recording Frame Rate [XAVC S-I 4K]3840x2160/59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P  [XAVC S-I HD]1920x1080/59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P  [XAVC S 4K]3840x2160/119.88p,100p,59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P  [XAVC S HD]1920x1080/119.88p,100p,59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P  [XAVC HS 4K]3840x2160/119.88p,100p,59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 23.98P, 25P
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time [XAVC S-I 4K]
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC S-I 4K 59.94p/50p
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 25 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 10 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time [XAVC S-I HD]
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC S-I HD 59.94p/50p
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 75 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 35 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time [XAVC S 4K]
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC S 4K 59.94p/50p 200M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 85 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 40 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC S 4K 59.94p/50p 150M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 110 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 55 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time [XAVC S HD]
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC S HD 59.94p/50p 50M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 310 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 150 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC S HD 59.94p/50p 25M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 550 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 210 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time [XAVC HS 4K]
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p 200M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 85 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 40 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p 150M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 110 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 55 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p 100M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 170 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 80 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p 75M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 220 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 100 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording/Playback Time XAVC HS 4K 59.94p/50p 45M
    When using CEA-G160T (160 GB)
    Approx. 340 minutes
    When using CEA-G80T (80GB)
    Approx. 160 minutes
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Proxy Audio) XAVC Proxy: AAC-LC, 128kbps kbps, 2 channels
    Recording (video) Recording Format (Proxy Video) [XAVC HS HD]
    MPEG-H HEVC/H.265
    1920x1080 4:2:0 10bit 16Mbps
    1920x1080 4:2:0 10bit 9Mbps
    [XAVC S HD]
    MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
    1280x720 4:2:0 8bit 6Mbps
    Recording (video) RAW Output HDMI:4264 x 2408 (60p / 50p / 30p / 25p / 24p), 16bit
    Other video function Video functions Audio Level Display
    Other video function Video functions Audio Rec Level
    Other video function Video functions TC/UB
    Other video function Video functions Creative Look
    Other video function Video functions Gamma Display Assist
    Other video function Video functions PAL/NTSC Selector
    Recording (Still) Recording format JPEG (DCF Ver. 2.0, Exif Ver. 2.32, MPF Baseline compliant), HEIF (MPEG-A MIAF compliant), RAW (Sony ARW 4.0 format compliant)
    Recording (Still) Image size (pixels) [3:2] 35mm full frame L: 4240 x 2832 (12M), M: 2768 x 1848 (5.1M), S: 2128 x 1416 (3.0M)APS-C  L: 2768 x 1848 (5.1M), M: 2128 x 1416 (3.0M), S: 1376 x 920 (1.3M)
    Recording (Still) Image size (pixels) [4:3] 35mm full frame L: 3776 x 2832 (11M), M: 2464 x 1848 (4.6M), S: 1888 x 1416 (2.7M)APS-C  L: 2464 x 1848 (4.6M), M: 1888 x 1416 (2.7M), S: 1232 x 920 (1.1M)
    Recording (Still) Image size (pixels) [16:9] 35mm full frame L: 4240 x 2384 (10M), M: 2768 x 1560 (4.3M), S: 2128 x 1200 (2.6M)APS-C  L: 2768 x 1560 (4.3M), M: 2128 x 1200 (2.6M), S: 1376 x 776 (1.1M)
    Recording (Still) Image size (pixels) [1:1] 35mm full frame L: 2832 x 2832 (8M), M: 1840 x 1840 (3.4M), S: 1408 x 1408 (2.0M)APS-C  L: 1840 x 1840 (3.4M), M: 1408 x 1408 (2.0M), S: 912 x 912 (0.8M)
    Camera Section Imaging Device (Type) 35mm full frame (35.6 x 23.8 mm), Exmor R CMOS sensor
    Camera Section Number of pixels (effective) Movie: Approx. 10.2 megapixels, Still image: Approx. 12.1 megapixels
    Camera Section Number of pixels (total) Approx. 12.9 megapixels
    Camera Section ISO Sensitivity [Movie] ISO 80-102400 equivalent (Expandable to ISO 409600), AUTO (ISO 80-12800, selectable lower limit and upper limit), [Still image] ISO 80-102400 (Expandable to ISO 40- 409600),  AUTO (ISO 80-12800, selectable lower limit and upper limit), 
    Camera Section Shutter Speed [Movie] 1/8000 to 1/4 (1/3 steps), up to 1/60 in AUTO mode (up to 1/30 in Auto slow shutter mode), [Still image] 1/8000 to 30 sec, Bulb
    Camera Section Slow and Quick Motion Function [XAVC S-I 4K / XAVC S 4K / XAVC HS 4K]
    NTSC mode: 1fps,2fps,4fps,8fps,15fps,30fps,60fps,120fps[[F_DX0004]],
    PAL mode:
    1fps,2fps,3fps,6fps,12fps,25fps,50fps,100fps[[F_DX0004]]
    Camera Section Slow and Quick Motion Function [XAVC S-I HD / XAVC S HD]NTSC mode: 1fps,2fps,4fps,8fps,15fps,30fps,60fps,120fps,240fps[[F_DX0004]]
    PAL mode: 1fps,2fps,3fps,6fps,12fps,25fps,50fps,100fps,200fps[[F_DX0004]]
    Camera Section White Balance Auto / Daylight / Shade / Cloudy / Incandescent / Fluorescent / Flash / Underwater / Color Temperature (2500 to 9900K) & color filter / Custom
    Camera Section Gamma Curve Off / PP1-PP10, Parameters: Black level, Gamma (Movie, Still, Cine1-4, ITU709, ITU709 [800%], S-Log2, S-Log3, HLG, HLG1-3), Black Gamma, Knee, Color Mode, Saturation, Color Phase, Color Depth, Detail, Copy, Reset
    Camera Section Latitude 15+ stop (S-Log3)
    Focus System Type Fast Hybrid AF (phase-detection AF / contrast-detection AF)
    Focus System Focus point [Movie] 627 points, [Still image] 35mm full frame: 759 points (phase-detection AF)
    Focus System Sensitivity range EV-6 to EV20 (ISO100 equivalent with F2.0 lens attached)
    Focus System Focus mode [Movie] AF-C, MF [Still image] AF-A (Automatic AF), AF-S (Single-shot AF), AF-C (Continuous AF), DMF (Direct Manual Focus), Manual Focus
    Focus System Focus area [Movie] Wide / Zone / Center / Flexible Spot / Expanded Flexible Spot [Still image] Wide / Zone / Center / Flexible Spot / Expanded Flexible Spot / Tracking
    Focus System Other focus features Eye AF ([Movie] Human (Right/Left Eye Select, [Still image] Human (Right/Left Eye Select) / Animal,)
    Focus System Other focus features [Movie] AF Subj. Shift Sensitivity
    Focus System Other focus features  [Movie] AF Transition Speed
    Focus System Other focus features Face detection (Face Priority in AF
    Focus System Other focus features Face Priority in Multi Metering
    Focus System Other focus features Regist. Faces Priority)
    Focus System Other focus features Focus Magnifier (35mm full frame: 2.1x / 4.1x APS-C: 1.5x / 3.0x)
    Exposure Control Metering sensitivity EV-3 to EV20 (at ISO100 equivalent with F2.0 lens attached)
    Exposure Control Exposure Modes [Movie] Programmed AE (P) / Aperture priority (A) / Shutter-speed priority (S) / Manual (M) / Flexible Exp. Mode  
    Exposure Control Exposure Modes  [Sill images] Programmed AE (P) / Aperture priority (A) / Shutter-speed priority (S) / Manual (M)
    Playback Playback functions Index view
    Playback Playback functions Folder selection (Date / Still / Movie)
    Playback Playback functions Photo capture 
    Playback Playback functions 4Ch audio monitoring 
    Playback Playback functions Auto Review (stills)
    Playback Playback functions Image orientation (stills)
    Playback Playback functions Protect (stills)
    Playback Playback functions Rating (stills)
    Playback Playback functions Display as Group (stills)
    Interface Audio Input 3.5 mm Stereo minijack, XLR handle: [INPUT1][INPUT2] XLR/TRS-type 3-pin(female) (x2), line/mic/mic +48V selectable, Mic Reference -40 to -60 dBu / [INPUT3] 3.5 mm Stereo minijack)
    Interface USB Terminal USB Type-C (x1, SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps (USB 3.2) compatible), Multi/Micro USB (x1)
    Interface Headphone Output 3.5 mm Stereo minijack
    Interface Speaker Output Built-in, monaural
    Interface HDMI Output HDMI connector (Type-A
    Interface HDMI Output  YCbCr 4:2:2 10bit / RGB 8bit
    Interface Multi Interface Shoe With Digital Audio Interface
    Monitoring LCD 7.5cm (3.0-type), Approx. 1.44M dots, touch panel, 
    Monitoring LCD Opening Angle:Approx. 176 deg., Rotation Angle:Approx. 270 deg.
    Built-in Microphone Built-in Microphone Built-in, stereo
    Media Type CFexpress Type A / SD card (x2), Simult. Rec, Sort, Auto Switch Media, Copy
    File System File System FAT12, 16, 32, exFAT
    Zoom Zoom Function Zoom ring rotate 
    Zoom Zoom Function Clear Image Zoom ([Movie] Approx. 1.5x (4K)
    Zoom Zoom Function Approx. 2x (HD) [Still image] Approx. 2x ) 
    Zoom Zoom Function Digital zoom ([Movie] 35mm full frame: approx. 4x APS-C: approx. 4x
    Zoom Zoom Function [Still image] 35mm full frame: L: approx. 4x
    Zoom Zoom Function M: approx. 6.1x
    Zoom Zoom Function S: approx. 8xAPS-C: L: approx. 4x, M:approx. 5.2x, S: approx. 8x), 
    Zoom Zoom Function Smart zoom ([Still image] 35mm full frame: M: approx. 1.5x, S: approx. 2xAPS-C: M:approx. 1.3x, S: approx. 2x)
    Still image function Shutter Mechanical shutter / Electronic shutter
    Still image function Drive modes Single Shooting, Continuous shooting (Hi+/Hi/Mid/Lo selectable), Self-timer, Self-timer (Cont.), Bracket: Single, Bracket: Cont., White Balance bracket, DRO bracket
    Still image function Continuous shooting speed  Hi+: 10 fps, Hi: 8 fps, Mid: 6 fps, Lo: 3 fps
    Still image function Noise reduction Long exposure NR: On/Off, available at shutter speeds longer than 1 sec., High ISO NR: Normal / Low / Off
    Still image function Flash control Sony α System Flash compatible with Multi Interface Shoe, attach the shoe adaptor for flash compatible with Auto-lock accessory shoe, Flash sync speed 1/125 sec
    Still image function Other still image function Electronic Front Shutter Curtain
    Still image function Other still image function Silent Shooting
    Still image function Other still image function Anti-flicker Shoot.[[F_DX0005]]
    Image Stabilization Type Image Sensor-Shift mechanism with 5-axis compensation (Compensation depends on lens specifications)
    Image Stabilization Mode [Movie] Active / Standard / Off, [Still image] On / Off 
    Image Stabilization Compensation Effect (still images) 5.5 stops (based on CIPA standard. Pitch/yaw shake only. With Planar T* FE 50mm F1.4 ZA lens mounted. Long exposure NR off.)
    Custom Function Custom Function Custom key settings, My Menu, My Dial Settings
    Lens Compensation Lens Compensation Peripheral Shading, Chromatic Aberration, Distortion
    Wi-Fi/NFC Supported Format IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac 
    Wi-Fi/NFC Frequency Band 2.4GHz band/5GHz bandwidth[[F_DX0006]]
    Wi-Fi/NFC Security WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK
    Wi-Fi/NFC NFC NFC forum Type 3 Tag compatible
    Bluetooth Bluetooth Bluetooth Standard Ver. 5.0 (2.4GHz band))
    FTP Transfer FTP Transfer FTP Transfer Func. (Wired LAN (USB-LAN), USB Tethering, Wi-Fi)

     

    FOOTNOTES

    1 120p has a 1.1x crop. XAVC S-I 4K 60p 10-bit 4:2:2 requires SDXC V90 or faster. XAVC S / XAVC HS 4K 120p 10-bit 4:2:2 requires SDXC V60 or faster. XAVC S HD 240p 10-bit 4:2:2 requires SDXC V60 or faster. XAVC S-I (S&Q) 4K 120p 10-bit 4:2:2 requires CFexpress Type A (VPG200 or higher). CFexpress Type A supports all internal shooting modes.

    2 ISO range: [Stills] 80-102,400 (Standard), 40-409,600 (Expanded), [Movies] 80-102,400 (Standard), 80-409,600 (Expanded)

    3 Movie shooting with S-Log 3. Sony test conditions. May require color grading.

    4 Uninterrupted 4K 60p recording based on Sony internal tests. USB power supply, XAVC S-I (All-I), 4K 60p 10-bit 4:2:2, 25 deg C / 77 deg F (ambient, camera temperature when recording started), Auto power off temperature: High, Cooing fan: Auto.  The duration will vary depending on the shooting conditions. The maximum continuous recording time for a single movie shooting session is approximately 13 hours (a product specification limit)

    5 Human & animal. Animal Eye-AF not available in movie mode.

    6 Slight 1.1x (10%) image crop in Active Mode. “Standard” setting recommended for focal lengths of 200mm or longer. Active Mode is not available when recording at frame rates of 120 fps (100 fps PAL) or higher, or when using S&Q.

    7 Maximum AF points and area coverage. This varies according to the recording modes. 627 phase detection AF points with 89% coverage for movie. 759 phase detection AF points with 92% coverage for stills.

    8 HLG is a high dynamic range TV format specified by the international ITU-R BT.2100 standard

    9 Requires optional compatible external recorder.

    10 Not guaranteed to be 100% dust and water resistant.

    11 10.2 effective megapixels for movies and 12.1 effective megapixels for stills.

    12 Compared to previous BIONZ X processing engine.

    13 Latest version Image Edge desktop application is required. Available for free for iOS and Android.

    14 USB charging and power delivery are only supported via the USB Type-C® terminal. A battery must be installed in the camera when supplying USB power. The internal battery may drain even if USB power is supplied, depending on the adapter used and camera operating conditions.

    15 Via optional adaptor

    16 Models sold in some countries/regions support IEEE 802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz) only. 5GHz communication may be restricted in some countries and regions.

    17 Audio recording not available in the S&Q mode.

     

    18 Supported in Catalyst Browse/Prepare Version 2020.1 or later. Image stabilization metadata that can be used by Catalyst is generated when using a Sony E-mount lens with the camera’s optical image stabilization set to [OFF] or [Active].

     

     

     

       
    Sony Alpha FX3 Cinema Line Full Frame Camera Body ILME-FX3
    Rechargeable Battery NP-FZ100
    Battery Charger BC-QZ1
    Power Cord
    Top Handle with XLR Input Module
    Body Cap
    MI Accessory Shoe Cap
    Handle Shoe Cap
    USB-A to USB-C Cable (USB 3.2)
    Accessory Cold Shoe Kit
    Sony USA Authorized Dealer Warranty
    This Kit Includes: