Get a first look at the new Sony FX30 in this hands on review from Sony Artisan of Imagery Miguel Quiles. "While the new FX30 in many ways looks similar to the FX3, it has a few key differences that make this an intriguing camera for aspiring filmmakers and content creators." Watch as Quiles shares his thoughts and provides a look at the incredible footage he shot on Sony’s newest cinema camera.
"The headline here is that the FX30 brings cinema features on a budget." – Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles
Quiles notes that the Sony FX30 has the same processor found in the Sony Alpha 7 IV. "This means that you'll get real-time autofocus tracking, focus breathing compensation and their focus mapping feature."
He continues, "When it comes to resolutions, you can film up in 4K up to 120FPS, all the way up to all intrarecording and 4:2:2 10-bit color, which gives you a much cleaner file and all without recording limits. The 4K resolution from the FX30 is actually downsampled from 6K resolution, so you're getting really crisp quality from this compact camera."
Quiles had several weeks with the camera to film various things, including testing it in low light. "I was really impressed with how the camera performed at higher ISO settings."
With all of the features designed for filmmakers, Quiles says that the headline here is that the FX30 brings cinema features on a budget. "The FX30 is going to be a great option for content creators and filmmakers who might already be invested in E-mount lenses, or maybe looking for a B or a C camera that gives them similar recording formats but at a lower cost."
Get detailed product information for the new Sony FX30 HERE.