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13 September 2019 0 comment

Sony has revealed the new full-frame FX9 camcorder with a 6K sensor, Fast Hybrid Auto Focus system similar to the A7 and A9 mirrorless cameras and dual base ISO for great low-light performance. Hot on the heels of the full-frame £17,000 Canon C500 Mark II launched last week, the new flagship Sony camcorder is set to be significantly cheaper at around £12,000 but doesn’t record Raw internally. For that, it has to go to an external recorder. And although the Sony sensor is 6K, the camera only ...

2 September 2019 0 comment

We are Daniel Bichler and Marco Werner, two young filmmakers who joined together in 2011 to create unique films. With our new brand, FRAMED, we have ...

12 March 2019 0 comment

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