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    RAW smah lol... Use a RED if you want RAW -- that's what I do

    The FX6 is dope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuks Ude View Post
    The FX6 is actually using the exact same sensor that the A7s3 uses.
    No it does not. Clearly the A7S3 uses a stills camera sensor whereas the FX6 is a 16:9 sensor. While similar, it is not the same sensor as you suggest.
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    I’m not sure what the “TV” look is? But I personally feel the image in this promo looks stellar:
    https://youtu.be/SGL2iwj1skA
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    Sony FE C 16-35mm T3.1 G Cinema Lens | Hands-on Review


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    Here's a "Behind the Scene" video about the video Han posted earlier.


    The Dreamers | Sony Film Festival | Behind The Scenes shot on FX6



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    240 fps on Waterloo Bridge - filmed with the Sony FX6


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    There a lot to like about this little camera. The eVND allows for automatically adjusting exposure without a need to alter gain, shutter speed or aperture. Also you can do cleaver tricks like DOF focus pulls. The sensor is said to be the single best for low-light 4k; besting even the Sony A7S III. The AF will be rock solid, it’s weather sealed and constructed of magnesium alloy for premium durability. And to top it all off, stripped down it weighs less than a Komodo 6k.

    I liked it so much that I immediately purchased one at launch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Han Vogen View Post
    I’m not sure what the “TV” look is? But I personally feel the image in this promo looks stellar:
    https://youtu.be/SGL2iwj1skA
    Look at the behind the scenes. They even put the camera on a drone! And the car mounted footage was also good without any apparent jello for a Full Framer (at least to my untrained eyes).
    To me the electronic auto variable ND is a breakthrough, we can change the depth of field without ruining exposure that will open a new way of creative visual storytelling (for example changing the background blurriness as the character is gaining conciousness or awareness of the environment, or vice versa, etc.).
    One more thing I found great is the 12800 dual base ISO. Highly valuable tool for documentary and travel films.
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    Here's a Video that appears to have been shot in maybe 50P or 60P


    Horses and Birds – erste Aufnahmen der Sony FX6 Fullframe Kamera // FX6 fullframe test footage


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    The FX6 has extremely fast readout speed, effectively eliminating rolling shutter. Also the post stabilization with recorded gyro data is extremely effective. I’ve tested this feature at length with the A7S III and can share that it works very well. I’ll be comparing both the Canon C70 and the FX6 once I receive my preordered units.
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