Sony Venice 2
The Sony Venice 2 introduces a 8.6K Full Frame sensor with dual 800 and 3200 base ISO modes. It features the same built-in full spectrum ND filters as the original Venice. The R7 Raw Recorder is now built into the body of the camera, foregoing the use of SxS cards and proxy recording for the more robust X-OCN raw codec. The first generation 6K sensor module from the Venice is compatible with the Venice 2 as well.
Sensor Size: Large Format – 35.9mm x 24.1mm
Maximum Resolution: 8.6K
Sensor Frame Rates with 8.6K Module: 1-90 FPS (30 FPS @ 8.6K Full Frame)
Sensor Frame Rates with 6K Module: 1-120 FPS (60 FPS @ 6K Full Frame)
Weight: 9.25 lbs (Body Only)
The Sony Venice offers a 6K Full Frame sensor with dual 500 and 2500 ISO modes, built-in full spectrum ND filters, and the optional extension module that allows the mounting of the camera's sensor block in cramped environments. Coupled with Sony’s R7 Raw Recorder the Sony Venice is capable of shooting the new X-OCN raw video format in addition to onboard XAVC and ProRes recording.
Sensor Size: Large Format – 35.91mm x 23.94mm
Maximum Resolution: 6K
Sensor Frame Rates: 1-120 FPS (60 FPS @ 6K Full Frame)
Weight: 8.6 lbs (Body + R7 Recorder)
Sony Venice Rialto Extension System
Sony has officially released the Venice Rialto Extension System and we have just received the first units in the United States. The Rialto allows the front image block from the Sony Venice to be relocated to a much smaller housing, which is then tethered to the camera body using a 9-foot cable. This can be extended further using an additional 9-foot cable for a total of 18-feet. This allows the Venice to be used in much tighter spaces than previously capable with the normal body size.
- The Camera Body Adapter w/ serial connection
- The Image Block Adapter w/ 9-foot cable
- The 9-foot extension cable
- Allows the Sony Venice to be broken into two pieces so that the Image Block and Lens may be placed in tighter spaces or further from the body of the camera.
- Offers 9 to 18 feet of extension range from the Image Block to the Camera Body
- The Image Block Housing offers a power pass through of 12V or 24V as well as an HD-SDI Output
- Allows full use of the Sony Venice and its features.
Sony a7S II
The A7S II houses Sony’s 12.2 megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor and was designed with low light photography and videography in mind. It offers 4K video recording using Sony’s XAVC format.
Sensor Size: Full Frame – 35.60mm x 23.80mm
Maximum Resolution: 4K
Sensor Frame Rates: 24/25/30 FPS 4K – 100/120 FPS 1080p
Weight: 1.28 lbs (Body Only)
Sony FX3 Camera Body
The Sony FX3 Cine camera advances the line of small mirrorless cameras like the Sony A7. It incorporates many more cinema focused features, such as higher bitrate flavors of 4K XAVC and the ability to record ProRes RAW using the Atomos Ninja line of recorders. The FX3 also features additional hard mounting points for rigging and a more robust cooling system to enable longer record cycles.
Sensor Size: Full Frame – 35.6mm x 23.8mm
Maximum Resolution: 4K
Sensor Frame Rates: 24/50/60/100/120 FPS 4K
Weight: 1.41 lbs (Body Only)