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The NEX-FS100 is an interchangable lens camcorder that has a Super 35mm CMOS sensor of the same size as the F3. It is Sony\\\'s first affordable large sensor camera which captures fine detail and image texture with high fidelity and low noise.
The Sony NEX-FS100 is an impressive companion to other cameras in the S35 line such as the F3, the F35 or the SRW-9000PL. It shoots 1080p video with a variable frame rate up to 60fps. It records AVCHD (like the Panasonic AF100) onto SD cards at 28Mbps or output 4:2:2 onto an external recording unit. Other unique features include a flip-out screen mounted to the top of the camera rather than the side, dual XLR inputs and a removable handgrip with a trigger. It can use Sony's E-Mount lenses as well as cine-style lenses with the right adaptors.
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This is a fashion show shot entirely with the Sony FS100 with the 18-200mm Sony E mount zoom lens. Footage has been graded with Magic Bullet. Good example of the camera's great low light capabilities.View More
The FS100 is rated at 500 ISO which would be the equivalent of 0 db. Unlike DSLRs and the Panasonic AF100, the Sony FS100 uses GAIN settings. +3db is 800ISO, +6db is 1000ISO. Noise starts appearing at +18db, that is 4000ISO. You can crank up the gain up to 30db or 16000ISO. Also to be noted is that the noise looks grainy and almost film like compared to DSLRs patterned noise.
This is a very simple problem that comes up with Sony FS100 users. You plug in your headphones and can only hear one channel of audio while you see the levels. This is because the Sony FS100 has a unique feature which is located behing the camera. This feature allows you to "monitor" either both channels (stereo) or one in particular. So, when you plug in your headphones in your Sony FS100 to check on the audio and can only hear one channel, probably your control is set to monitor only that channel. Just switch to "stereo" and you'll hear both channels!
No, the camera doesn't have built in ND filters. You will have to use a matte box to add ND filters.
Yes, the Sony FS100 has 2 industry-standard XLR audio connectors.
The Sony NEX FS100 has an Exmor Super 35mm sized CMOS sensor which is the same size of the Sony F3's sensor. It has an optimum number of effective pixels when shooting moving images and has very little noise in low light situations.
The Sony FS100 uses Sony's E mount system which has a flange back distance of 18mm that makes it well suitable to use other lens systems with a limited crop factor.
The Sony FS100 has two Cine-Gamma options.