- The Sony PMW-350 is amazingly good and once again proves its leading position in the lowlight range.
- Although the VideoDSLRs still have light reserves in the form of brighter fixed focal lengths, but zoom optics is currently almost equal in terms of night vision capability.
- The abbreviation SxS stands for solid state memory cards at Sony.
- The Japanese manufacturer together with the company SanDisk has developed these especially for the professional video sector.
- The advantage of the Sony PMW-350 is the fact that the recording on the second SxS card is automatically resumed as soon as the first card is full.
- The main disadvantage of this storage medium is the high price.
- For a 16 gigabyte SxS card you have to spend around 450 Euro.
- For this model scores with useful additional features such as peaking or zebra.
- In the peaking function, the contrasts are raised at object edges with an electronic circuit.
- The zebra function simplifies the optical exposure control in the viewfinder.
- If one of the high price and the high additional costs because of the special SxS cards do not bother, you are well served as a professional filmmaker with this device.
- Sony EX 1 R: 18 dB, which is the noise limit of the yield with this camera.
- From my point of view, the PMW350 is the camera for the one-man team.
Sony Pmw 350 Buyer’S Guide
TNP Broadcast’s Sony PMW-350 Buyer’s Guide.
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