|Price incl. VAT||£6,809.59|
|Price excl. VAT||£5,674.66|
|Possibility to return products within two months||
The new lightweight and ergonomically designed PXW-X 200 camcorder makes recording easy and comfortable. The PXW-X200 incorporates three 1/2" type Exmor CMOS sensors for high sensitivity and low
noise recordings in Full HD.
The PXW-X200 incorporates three 1/2-inch type Full-HD Exmor™ CMOS sensors to achieve high resolution,
high sensitivity, low noise, and wide dynamic range. The sensor was developed specifically for professionals so you can look forward to high-quality shots even in difficult conditions.
Shoot documentaries, films, or commercials with this professional camera. The camcorder offers multi-format support to fit into different shooting applications and workflows. It efficiently compresses Full HD (1920×1080) resolution images using MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, and records XAVC using 4:2:2 10-bit sampling. In XAVC, the user can select Intra-frame compression at a maximum of 112 Mbps or high-efficiency Long GOP compression at 50/35/25 Mbps. Video can be recorded simultaneously onto two SD/SDHC cards. The PXW-X200 can be used in the same way as conventional professional handy-type cameras. The content can be recorded by a minimal number of staff by using viewfinder or 3.5" display.
Select between slow or quick motion. The recording frame rate can be selected from 1 frame per second (fps) to 60 fps both in 1080P and 720P format to create high-quality slow motion or quick motion images. Once Cache Recording is activated, the PXW-X200 continuously streams audio and video into its internal memory. When the REC start/stop button is pressed, content buffered in the camcorder's memory is recorded onto the memory card at the start of the recording clip. The caching period can be set at up to 15 seconds.
The camcorder is equipped with Wi-Fi and NFC. Thanks to the built-in GPS module you can store data about your position. The 17x Fujinon professional HD zoom lens ensures top-quality recording.
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