The amazing and brand new Sony PXW-FX9 Camera available to hire from Alias in London.
Sony PXW-FX9 Camera
Sony PXW-FX9 Camera – £220 + vat per day
Kit to include:
Camera Body / 3x Sony Batteries / Metabones EF-E adapter / XQD Card Reader / Viewfinder / Headphones*
Here it is. If you loved the Sony PXW-FS7, then this camera is the next step up. An incredible camera with all the features you loved in the FS7 and FS7 II. The Sony PXW-FX9 can be hired from our London based office. We offer discounts on longer term hires and the more equipment you rent, so build your production with us and get the best price possible.
The camera’s full-frame 6K sensor provides superb recording in DCI 4K*, Ultra HD and HD resolutions. Powerful image processing with debayering and oversampling ensures image quality beyond the limits of conventional Super 35mm sensors. The back-illuminated CMOS image sensor also uses Sony’s Exmor R technology for improved sensitivity and noise reduction. Compared to a 4K Super 35mm sensor, the FX9’s 6K sensor has over twice the surface area while providing a wider angle of view and shallower depth of field.
The Sony PXW-FX9 is the long awaited successor to the legendary PXW-FS7 and PXW-FS7II and it brings some fantastic upgrades with it. The FX9 has a Full Frame 6K dual native ISO sensor, VENICE colour science, upgraded auto-focus capabilities, built in genlock and timecode and much more.
The FX9 features a full frame 6K 35.7 by 18.8mm back-illuminated Exmor-R CMOS sensor. This sensor is stated to have 15 plus stops of dynamic range and has a resolution of 6008 x 3168. You will be able to shoot QFHD full frame up to 30fps, 1080p full frame at up to 120 fps and QFHD S35 up to 60fps and 1080p S35 at up to 120fps. The planned firmware updates will bring Full frame DCI 4K up to 60p, Full HD full frame up to 180fps and QFHD in Super 35 mode at up to 120fps while using an external recorder.
You can record up to four channels of audio with a range of different input options, The FX9 has an internal scratch mic, two XLR’s, you can use a dual channel receiver with the MI shoe on the handle or you can now use the DWX series of drop in receivers and transmitters with the new XDCA -FX9 back module.
The FX9 does not feature SLOG2 only SLOG3 with S-Gamut3 & S-Gamut3. Cine, this is because the SLOG2 gamma curve is designed for 8-bit whereas all of the codecs on this camera are 10-bit. They have also added an S-Cinetone colour profile which is aimed to bring the colour science from the VENICE to the FX9.
*kit list may differ if kit is sourced via a 3rd party