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.