The Sony PXW-FX9 is a 4K camera with a 6K sensor. This sensor is a big plus as it produces stunning 4K video including over 15 stops of high dynamic range. In addition to its quality sensor, the Sony PXW-FX9 has other important features, including two bases ISO 800/4000, four audio channels and external 16-bit RAW recording, which has an optional module. This article discusses the features of the Full-Frame Camera System and what they mean for the product.
The quality sensor is one of the main features of the Sony PXW-FX9. The sensor is the most important feature that customers look for when deciding to buy a smartphone camera. For this reason, Sony has developed an advanced 6K full-frame sensor in its new product, which provides a huge advantage for consumers.
Sony's popular Alpha series cameras have a fast autofocus system. The same is included in the Sony PXE-FX9. Fast Hybrid AF has 561 focus points covering 96% vertical and 94% horizontal in full-frame mode. Facial recognition has been added for directors who can select and track your subject by adjusting it with the LCD touch screen.
The hard drive on the side of the Sony FX9 controls a variable electronic neutral density filter. According to Sony, this is a "world premiere". You'll also find plenty of other hard drives in the new camera, which offer various functions such as aperture control, shutter, white balance, two-channel audio tuning, and a dedicated ND filter.