As well as announcing the arrival of their new Sony NEX-FS700 Super Slow Motion 4K camcorder. Sony has also announced the arrival of their professional palm sized camcorder the Sony HXR-NX30.
The Sony HXR-NX30 is equipped with Sony’s “Balanced Optical Steadyshot” technology, which has been described by Sony as an industry first. Together with a 1/2.88 CMOS sensor, which is capable of recording at up to 1080p at 60 frames per second. Watch the promotional video after the jump to see it in action.
Carl Zeiss-manufactured 26mm wide-angle lens is included in the camcorder setup which sports a 10x optical zoom. As well as 96GB of internal storage, providing enough space for up to 40 hours of high definition footage. Chiyoko Yannette, marketing manager at Sony Electronics’ Professional Solutions of America group explains:
“This high-quality yet easy-to-use camcorder is an extremely versatile field production tool,” -“It’s perfect for documentary makers, video journalists, educational establishments or corporate users, for shooting in many different situations where other stabilization equipment is not practical such as on-board a vehicle or in a crowd.”
The new Sony HXR-NX30 will be arriving in stores in June 2012 for around $2,650
Source: VergeFiled Under: Camera News