Sony FX30 Digital Cinema Camera

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26.1MP APS-C BSI CMOS Sensor
UHD 4K up to 120p
Compact Form Designed for Cage-Free Use
10-Bit 4:2:2 XAVC S-I,16-Bit Raw Output
S-Cinetone/S-Log3/HLG, 14+ Stops DR
Phase Detection AF/Face Tracking/Eye AF
Standard ISO 100-32000 | Dual Base ISO
Dual CFexpress Type A/SDXC Card Slots
User LUTs & Timecode Sync Support


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The Sony FX30 offers budding filmmakers and regular content creators a potent yet affordable cinema camera to elevate their cinematic journey to new heights. It combines a feature-rich feature set with an image pipeline created for cinematic capture to produce a full solution for all levels of filmmaking.

With rich 10-bit UHD 4K imagery captured at up to 120 frames per second, the FX30’s powerful imaging technology is on par with other alternatives in Sony’s Cinema Line, making it a real cinema camera. With the Super 35mm (16:9) aspect ratio, the 26MP APS-C Exmor R CMOS sensor and BIONZ XR processor can produce 4K photos of the highest quality. The Dual Base ISO design helps the FX30 capture 14+ stops of dynamic range and enhance low-light performance.

Breathing Compensation:

Because of the 6K sensor, the camera has some room for cropping, which enables the use of Sony’s “Breathing Compensation” function with some of its more current lenses. When you focus closer than infinity, lenses whose angle of vision changes are compensated for. To prevent the photo from seeming to zoom in or out as you focus, the camera cuts the broadest view the lens provides to match the narrowest.

Breathing compensation is now a built-in option with Sony’s ”Catalyst” software since the FX30 now writes all the essential information regarding focus position into its video files. The mode may still be used in-camera and applied immediately while the video is being captured.

Body And Handling:

Since the FX30 and FX3 have the same body, all cages and accessories made for the full-frame model will also work with the Super35/APS-C camera. Although the XLR adaptor isn’t, Sony characterizes the construction as being dust and moisture sealed, as befits a tool for video creation.

In pictures, it resembles the a6x00 series camera: a cuboid with a right-side hand grip sticking out. But when you really come across one, you can see the difference: it’s considerably bigger and heavier/denser.

The body has a variety of 1/4-20 (tripod-style) holes for attaching various accessories or wiring up the camera. The more costly FX3 comes included with an XLR adapter/top handle that requires two mounting holes on either side of the hot shoe to guarantee everything is secured firmly.

The inclusion of a front dial is the other significant distinction when compared to the APS-C Alpha-series stills cameras. As a result, you may quickly and easily change the shutter speed, aperture setting, and ISO/EI.


Most of its bigger Alpha models, including the FX30, use the same NP-FZ100 battery. We don’t currently have performance data for the FX30, but Sony’s cameras have gotten excellent at getting a respectable lifespan out of these batteries. As you might anticipate, if the camera has a battery, you may choose to power it through USB.

Key Features:

  • Oversampled UHD 4K (6K capture) up to 60p
  • UHD 4K/120p capture with additional 1.62x crop
  • In-body image stabilization
  • 10-bit 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 capture in a choice H.265 or H.264-based AVC formats
  • S-Cinetone color profile
  • S-Log3 with upload-able LUTs for previewing or applying to footage
  • ’16-bit’ Raw video output
  • No mechanical shutter mechanism
  • Front and rear tally lamps

Specification: Sony FX30 Digital Cinema Camera


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