The NEX-FS700U is equipped with a new 4K Exmor Super 35 CMOS sensor (Total 11.6 million pixels) capable of cranking at up to 960 frames per second. This high-speed readout chip is optimized for motion picture shooting, producing exceptional image fidelity with high sensitivity, low noise and minimal aliasing.
The FS series camera’s E-mount is designed to accept virtually all 35mm SLR, DSLR and cinematography lenses, with the use of simple, inexpensive third party adapters sold separately -without optical degradation-. FS series camera owners are able to continue to use their existing 35mm lenses and add more lenses without being limited to a particular lens brand or mount type.
The NEX-FS700U started as a 4K sensor Super 35mm camcorder capable of a vast array of high frame rate (HFR) and recording options to the superb on-board AVC-HD recording capability. The NEX-FS700U now features an upgrade that enables full 2K RAW up to 240fps or 4K RAW up to 60fps recording to Sony’s AXS-R5 RAW recorder.
Upgraded NEX-FS700U camcorders now record Linear RAW with 12-bit precision to the HXR-IFR5 RAW interface plus AXS-R5 memory recorder (sold separately). This system enables continuous, FULL 2K resolution recordings at: 23.98, 25, 30, 50, 60, 100, 120, 200 & 240fps. It is also capable of continuous FULL 4K RAW recoding at: 23.98, 25, 30, 50 & 60fps. This system can also record 120fps at 4K resolution in 4 second “bursts” that result in 20 second at 24fps. It is possible to simultaneously record to the AVCHD format (except HFR mode).
Convergent Design’s Odyssey 7Q records 2K, uncompressed: Cinema DNG up to 240fps and 4K DPX up to 30fps when connected to the FS700U.
Please see the complete detail of the NEX-FS700, NEX-IFR5 and the AXSM Memory system at www.sony.com/35mm."
4K Exmor Super35 CMOS Sensor (total 11.6 million pixels)
E-Mount Interchangeable Lens System, compatible with Canon EF and other lenses with simple inexpensive adapters.
Compatible with Sony's SEL-P18200 servo zoom lens
Full HD Slow Motion up to 240 fps
RAW recording: 2K up to 240fps and 4K RAw up to 60fps. Note RAW recording requires an upgrade and optional HXR-IFR5 & AXS-R5 RAW recording system.
Body only: 5 x 4 x 7 5/8 inch (126.5 x 101.5 x 193.5 mm)
Body only: 3 lbs. 2oz
+32 to +104 degrees F (0 to +40 degrees (C)
5.6W (w/ supplied lens) 6.7W with HXR-FMU128
AC adaptor / Battery) 8.4V / 7.2V
Recording Frame Rate NTSC Mode
1080 progressive HD PS (28Mbps) 1920x1080 60p, HD FX (24Mbps) 1920x1080 30p HD FH (17Mbps) 1920x1080 30p, HD FX (24Mbps) 1920x1080 24p, HD FH (17Mbps),1920x1080 24p, 1080 interlaced HD FX (24Mbps) 1920x1080 60i, HD FH (17Mbps) 1920x1080 60i, HD HQ (9Mbps) 1440x1080 60i, HD LP (5Mbps) 1440x1080 60i, 720 progressive HD FX (24Mbps), 1280x720 60p, HD FH (17Mbps) 1280x720 60p Standard Definition (NTSC) SD HQ (9Mbps) 720x480/60i (30p Scan) SD HQ (9Mbps), 720x480/60i (24p Scan),
Recording Frame Rate PAL Mode
1080 progressive HD PS (28Mbps) 1920x1080 50p, HD FX (24Mbps) 1920x1080 25p HD FH (17Mbps),1920x1080 25p - 1080 interlaced HD FX (24Mbps) 1920x1080 50i, HD FH (17Mbps) 1920x1080 50i, HD HQ (9Mbps) 1440x1080 50i, HD LP (5Mbps) 1440x1080 50i, - 720 Progressive HD FX (24Mbps), 1280x720 50p HD FH (17Mbps), 1280x720 50p - Satandard Definition (PAL) SD HQ (9Mbps) 720x576/50i (25p Scan) SD HQ (9Mbps), 720x576/50i (25p Scan),
HXR-FMU128optional 128 GB Memory Module SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card Memory Stick PRO Duo Mark2 Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX
170 min (2h 50m) with 32GB Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX at FX(24Mbps) Linear PCM 2ch recording
4 to +140 degrees F (-20 to +60 degrees C)
Video Recording Format
HD: HD MPEG-4 AVCHD format compatible +1080/60p original format) SD: MPEG-2 PS (Same as DVD)
Body Only: 3lbs. 4oz
Inputs and Outputs Specifications
XLR 3-pin (female) (x 2), LINE/MIC/MIC with selectable attenuation and +48V phantom power
2 RCA L&R
HDMI 1.4 RCA Type (x 3) via Mini-D jack
Composite Video Out
RCA Type (x 1)
Digital Audio/Video Output(s)
3G SDI OUT with embedded audio plus HDMI 1.4
E-Mount Hot Shoe
Two 3-Pin XLR with selectable attenuation and phantom power