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Sony schedules CineAlta series camera launch event



Sony schedules CineAlta series camera launch event


Recently, Sony officially revealed a teaser that will launch a new generation of CineAlta cameras at 3:00 pm on November 15th. According to the poster, the new generation of cameras belonging to the CineAlta series, if not by accident, should be a professional-grade camcorder VENICE.

Recently, Sony officially revealed a teaser that will launch a new generation of CineAlta cameras at 3:00 pm on November 15th.

According to the poster, the new generation of cameras belonging to the CineAlta series, if not by accident, should be a professional-grade camcorder VENICE. According to Sony’s official press release, CineAlta is synonymous with FlagShip technology, each frame offers unprecedented dynamic range, wider color gamut and incredible clarity.

Sony CineAlta Series Camera Launch Event

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The Sony CineAlta professional camera series is currently only available as CineAltaV, released in September 2017, the “V” in the CineAltaV name comes from the initials of Venice, the name of a small town in Los Angeles, which is the heart of video production. films.

CineAltaV is the film industry’s first camera with 24.8 megapixel (36 x 24 mm) full-frame CMOS. CineAltaV can record videos of Super 35 and other specs at up to 6K resolution. The native lens mount with PL mount adapter ring is compatible with a wide range of CINE lenses including anamorphic, Super 35mm and full frame aspherical lenses. The camera features an 8-stop mechanical ND grayscale filter for easy light reduction in strong lighting. The product uses a fully modular design, can replace the imager module keeping the body, reducing upgrade costs.

Sony CineAltaV camera supports Apple ProRes format, 16-bit RAW and XAVC format and supports S-Log. Video recording supports up to 6048 x 4032/59.94p and 24-bit four-channel LPCM audio recording. For the upcoming release of the new CineAlta, some industry sources speculate that it will be a full-frame E-mount camera, and the resolution could be up to 8K.

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