Sony just announced the NEX-FS700 camera early this week. It has all the features of the FS100 but with some big improvements including a 3G-SDI output, ND filters and high-speed recording options. The big news is that the camera is “4k Ready,” meaning that in the future it will be able to output 4K 12-bit RAW data over the 3G-SDI connection.
The list price of the camera will be around $10,000, and it should ship in June of this year. Watch the video above to get a closer look at the slow-motion fonction of the camera and read the Preliminary information from Sony Europe to have an idea of some the specs.
The first footage from Sony’s new NEX-FS700. The new Super 35mm model is designed for high-speed shooting and is capable of capturing footage at up to 960 frames per second. The camcorder also features a range of capabilities such as 3G HD-SDI output and built-in ND filters. Additionally, it also offers several creative options, shooting styles and enhanced ergonomics – all based on customer feedback – to deliver a flexible production tool that fits seamlessly into a variety of shooting applications.
The Swiss National Aerobatic Championship 2011 (SNAC) Trailer, filmed and edited by cameraman Yannick Barthe, is the main event of the Swiss Aerobatic Association (SAA).
The SNAC is a highly competitive event, held in the firsts weeks of September, where the pilot with the most precision and nerves is going to stand on the first position. This year the challenge is going to take place in Bex, Switzerland with about 40 pilots. Here is the trailer filmed by Yannick Barthe, who amaze us again with his beautiful aerial shots!
More information on the official website : SAA.ch
More about Yannick Barthe: Yannickbarthe.ch
Yannick Barthe’s work: Vimeo.com/aeromedia
Music by Chris Haigh with web license agreement. Edited with FCP7 and graded with Red Giant Software.
Filming Material :
Sony NEX-VG10 with RODE videoMicPro
GoPro HD Motorsport
Sony 50mm 1.8
Tokina 11-16mm 2.8
Tamron 90mm 2.8
Shoot35 DSLRmount and CINEfocus
Kessler Crane Philip Bloom Pocket Dolly
Manfrotto 525 with 503 HDV head
I had the chance to play, with some DOP friends, one of the two prototypes of the SONY PMW-F3 in Europe at this time. Organized by Visuals Switzerland led by Charly Huser, the meeting was intimate enough for us to observe the latest addition to Sony in all its glory. Read more