With a focal length of 20mm and F1.4 aperture, this lens delivers outstanding large-aperture brightness and "bokeh", delivering unprecedented visual experiences.
Just this past Friday at the start of IBC 2015, Sony announced their latest addition to the large sensor XDCAM range - the PXW-FS5. Featuring a similar, ergonomic and compact design we've seen from the FS7, the FS5 is slimmer and smaller, but still has a lot of horsepower under the hood. So, with that said, let's see how it stacks against other cameras from Sony and competing brands, at least on paper.
Using his considerable knowledge and experience of using the FS7 on recent productions, Alister reveals which accessories make a real difference in the field and which are more style over substance. From lenses and adaptors to viewfinders and rigs, he covers it all in this interactive webinar.
In this webinar you will learn:
Advice on which lenses and accessories will help you get the best from the PXW-FS7
Recommendations as to which accessories and lenses are best for different applications
Addresses specific issues on accessories or the camera
This webinar is a must watch for anyone interested in discovering which lenses and accessories are best for Sony's PXW-FS7 camera. It is particularly relevant to people who have purchased or are specifying a run & gun style camera for high end video production. Independent filmmakers, DoP's, Camera operators, Freelancers, Producers, and Directors.
Sony recently held a seminar on the wide variety of lens options for their E-mount cameras likes the full-frame Sony A7s and Super 35 Sony PXW-FS7. The seminar is entitled "An original approach to 35mm optical systems design for still & motion picture shooting" and covers input from both Sony engineers, Zeiss representatives and award-winning DoPs.