* Urban Cine’s FX6 Cameras are available with Compact V-Lock Batteries, BP-U Type Batteries, & various rigging options. Full Cages, Shoulder Rigs & EVF/Viewfinder options are available.
The FX6 Full-Frame Camera from Sony was developed to offer versatile, cine-style imaging in a truly compact form. With the ability to capture up to 15+ stops of dynamic range, Sony's S-Cinetone gamma for filmlike skin tones, & up to 10-bit, 4:2:2 XAVC-I recording, the FX6 is poised to both supplement your FX9 or VENICE capture & to nimbly take on documentary, gimbal, & drone shoots on its own. The FX6 camera combines a 4K full-frame Exmor R sensor with a BIONX XR engine for extremely sensitive capture in a range of settings using a base ISO of 800 as well as an ISO 12800 high-sensitivity mode for nuanced low-light scenes.
Weighing just under 900g, the FX6 body is a full 900g than the FX9 & measuring 6 x 4.6", it packs a full-frame sensor into a body comparable to the S35-sensor Sony FS5. While the FX6 fits seamlessly into a pro-cine on-set workflow. These include fast & accurate phase-detection autofocus with both Face Detection & real-time Eye autofocus, both auto & manual ND filter settings for quick exposure compensation, & a 3.5" LCD monitor that boasts timesaving touchscreen access to key menu settings & versatile positioning for comfortable operating. In addition to improving the camera's overall stability, firmware update v1.10 adds 100p & 120p options to the Slow & Quick Motion frame rate menu when the codec is set to RAW or RAW & XAVC-I.
Versatile Addition to Sony Cinema Line
As part of Sony's Cinema Line, the FX6 shares key imaging features with established cameras like the VENICE & FX9. Common core attributes include a full-frame sensor, filmlike colour science, a compact, lightweight form, professional connector interfaces, & advanced autofocus choices.
Firmware Update v2.00
Adds AF Touch Tracking, Breathing Compensation, Bokeh Control, Cache record in both normal modes & S&Q, 4 Audio Meters, Raw out via HDMI, SR-Live HDR workflow. Read more.
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