Under the hood
The camera features a new back-illuminated 20.1 megapixel APS-C Exmor R CMOS sensor of 20.1 megapixel (Super 35 format) and a dual base ISO (800/2500) for high sensitivity, low noise and a width of 14+ stops. The FX30 supports a wide range of video recording codecs. The camera can shoot 4K Super 35 (16:9) through 6K oversampling at up to 60fps. The FX30B* also offers high frame rate shooting capabilities, including 4K at 120fps and full HD at 240fps. Both 16:9 recording modes can capture images in 10-bit 4:2:2. In addition, an HDMI Type A connector can be used to store 4K, 16-bit RAW data on an external recorder.
The compact and lightweight FX30 features a flat top design with threaded attachment points for accessories. This makes it easy to use for handheld, low angle and gimbal shooting. Accessories can also be easily added.
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