Sony has declared the freshest expansion to its cinema line - the FX30 (model ILME-FX30). The new FX30 is a 4K Super 35 compact cinema camera that offers many features of the Cinema Line, for example, Dual Base ISO, Log shooting modes, and user-imported look-up tables at a price tag intended to engage aspiring movie producers. It includes a new back-illuminated APS-C Exmor Râ„¢ CMOS sensor (Super 35 format) with a dual base ISO (800/2500) to deliver high sensitivity, low noise, and 14+ stops[i] of latitude. The FX30 supports a variety of video recording codecs â€” it can shoot 4K Super 35 (16:9) by oversampling from 6K at up to 60fps. Different features incorporate the ability to shoot in high frame rates, including 4K at 120fps and full HD at 240fps. Both 16:9 recording modes can take shots at 10-bit 4:2:2 while a HDMI Type-A connector can be used to output 4K, 16-bit RAW[ii] to an external recorder. The flat-top design comes total with threaded accessory attachment points, while likewise incorporating an XLR handle unit[xii], which can be used to capture low-angle shots and permits movie producers to capture audio through different audio inputs, including two XLR audio inputs and a 3.5 mm stereo mini jack for 4-channel recording. External microphones can be associated straightforwardly to the camera through the multi-interface shoe or microphone jack. There is additionally an internal stereo microphone for audio recording. As well as presenting the new FX30, Sony declared two new CFexpress Type A Memory Cards - CEA-G320T and CEA-G640T. Both are large capacity cards that help high-speed performance with high-speed performance in both reading and writing. Sony ANZ head of digital imaging Jun Yoon said the FX30 presented "an exciting new entry point" into the brand's Cinema Line range of cameras. â€œWhether it is your first dedicated video capture device, or it acts as a subsidiary cam, the FX30 can deliver professional high-end content that will seamlessly fit into your Cinema Line workflow,â€ he said.