Sony’s New Cinema Line Camera to be launched soon: Know The Latest Announcement & More

When it comes to photography or vlogging, Sony cameras are one constant thing that has been saved up in most of our wishlists. This time Sony is back again with its new Cinema Line Camera. Sony took it to Twitter announcing the date of the launch of the camera. The new Cinema Line camera will likely be called Sony FX3. This one will be added to the series of Line Cinema Camera along with FX6, FX9, and Venice.

The company announced on Twitter, “Coming Soon! Know more (Link)” and the image attached with the tweet revealed the date, that is, February 23, 2021, at 20:30 PM in India.

Sony's New Cinema Line Camera to be launched soon: Know The Latest Announcement & More

Sony FX3 Features

Even though the structure is similar to Sony A7S Mark III. The primary thing you’ll take note of almost the camera is the frame calculate.

The features of the FX3 camera are more compact. The reports recommend FX3 will prepare a 12-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor. The camera may brag 4K video recording capabilities at up to 120FPS. Other highlights are in-body picture stabilization and a full-size HDMI harbor.

What is the New Alpha Badge?

FX3 comes with a ‘New Alpha Badge’. This is one unique feature Sony has accommodated in the smallest Cinema Line Camera. So what is this new thing?

Sony FX3 may draw in the consideration of proficient picture takers, and not filmmakers onlyOn the off chance that this happens to be genuineat that point the FX3 will be the primary show of the Cinema Line arrangement. Cameras will be able to shoot both recordings and stills.

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Price for Sony FX3

The price has been set up to  €3,795 (approx Rs. 3,33147) which may fall under $4,000 (approx Rs. 2,91070) based on Sony’s usual European vs. US prices. People can pre-order starting from 23 February. The price for India has not come out yet but given the cooling challenges brought on by shooting 8K video, prices might be high. Although there are no confirmed reports yet.

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