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4K Full-Frame 10.2MP CMOS Exmor R Sensor DCI 4K60p | UHD 4K120 | 1080p240

15+ Stops of Dynamic Range in S-Log 3 EI

Compact Form Weighs Just <2 lb

Phase Detection AF/Face Tracking/Eye AF

Base 800-12,800 ISO / 320-409,600 Max

S-Cinetone, S-Log3, HLG Modes

10-Bit 4:2:2 XAVC-I/16-Bit Raw Output

Dual CFexpress Type A/SDXC Card Slots

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, and up to 10-bit, 4:2:2 XAVC-I recording, the FX6 is poised to both supplement your FX9 or VENICE capture and to nimbly take on documentary, gimbal, and 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 2 lb, the FX6 body is a full 2 lb lighter than the FX9 and 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, it also offers several features that are a boon for a single-operator user. These include fast and accurate phase-detection autofocus with both Face Detection and real-time Eye autofocus, both auto and manual ND filter settings for quick exposure compensation, and a 3.5" LCD monitor that boasts timesaving touchscreen access to key menu settings and versatile positioning for comfortable operating.

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 and FX9. Common core attributes include a full-frame sensor, filmlike color science, a compact, lightweight form, professional connector interfaces, and advanced autofocus choices.

Compared to the FX9, the FX6 differs in several specs; but many FX6 specs tick the same boxes and several improve upon the FX9:

It matches the FX9's video capture up to DCI 4K60

Has the same S-Cinetone, S-Log3, and HLG gamma choices

Outputs 16-bit raw like the FX9

Sony E lens mount

Offers the same 1/4 to 1/128 ND options

Also provides 2-channel XLR audio inputs

FX6 differences from the FX9:

4K capture vs 6K

Has a single 12G/6G/3G-SDI BNC port, trimming the FX9's additional 3G-SDI port

Incorporates a timecode port but lacks the FX9's genlock connector

Improved FX6 specs include:

An ISO range of 320 to 409,600 vs the FX9's 320 to 102,400 range

Top frame rates of 120p in 4K and up to 240p in HD vs the FX9's top 1080p in HD

Dual card slots compatible with both durable, highly efficient CFexpress Type A or widely available SDXC cards, compared to the FX9's reliance on proprietary XQD cards and a single SD card option

4K Full-Frame CMOS Exmor R Sensor

The FX6's 10.2 MP image sensor features back-side illumination for excellent low-light performance, 627 focal plane points for speedy phase-detection autofocus, and full-frame lens compatibility that produces a rich, immersive look. The sensor's fast scan speed minimizes rolling shutter artifacts and supports high frame rates and quick autofocus responses.

15+ Stops of Dynamic Range

The Exmor R sensor also enables the FX6 to capture a whopping 15+ stops of dynamic range in Cine EI mode with S-Log3, creating nuanced, high-resolution images.

Wide ISO Range

Choose from a base ISO of 800, a high-sensitivity 12,800 ISO for lower-light capture, and a 409,600 maximum ISO for true low-light settings.

Electronically Variable ND Filters

Set the FX6's integrated neutral density (ND) filter system to auto for correctly exposed shots even in changing light conditions, or smoothly adjust the ND filter density