The world of videography has massively grown and deeply embraced by people nowadays, especially with the rise of digital content creation. If you’re one of those who are looking to invest in the right gears for videography, check out Sony’s total video solutions for hobbyists, beginners, and professionals.
1. For Casual Videography
Those who never wanted to miss precious moments, look no further as Sony’s Digital Camera ZV-1 allows you to shoot and share in just a snap. It’s a compact and lightweight point-and-shoot camera that allows you a fuss-free video shooting anywhere.
It boasts the most-advanced Fast Hybrid AF system that lets you simply and quickly switch focus from a face to the background, for more stylistic and watchable videos.
And also, with the new firmware update, you can now use Sony’s ZV-1 as your webcam for a high quality live streaming session and online communication!
2. For Beginners in Videography
If you’re just starting to venture into videography or content creation, Sony’s Alpha 7C is a future-proof investment for you.
Versatile in many ways, the Alpha 7C is a perfect full-frame compact mirrorless camera for hybrid shooting. Its compact and lightweight body allows users to practice their creativity anytime, anywhere, without the hassle of bulky set up.
But don’t be fooled because despite its small size, the Alpha 7C is packed with Sony’s latest technology available in its predecessor Alpha models such as the a 24.2-Megapixel 35mm full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R™ CMOS sensor and BIONZ X™ image processing engine, 15-stop wide dynamic range, and high-speed image data processor.
Quick tip: You can easily shoot with one hand using the compact combination of Alpha 7C and Sony’s GP-VPT2BT wireless grip! The Bluetooth shooting grip could be manipulated to be a small tripod too! Cool isn’t it?
3. For Professional Videography
Meanwhile, for the long-time and veteran practitioners, Sony’s Alpha 7SIII is the one that’s really designed for professionals as it raises the bar in the industry with its high sensitivity (expanded ISO up to 409600), 15-stop wide dynamic range, 4K 120p, fast and dependable autofocusing, and extra-strong image stabilization,
Most professionals who have tried the Sony A7SIII have been mesmerized by its low light performance so they could still bank on natural light and coloring even during the night or in dark shooting locations. You could also record right on the camera with the amazing richness of 10-bit depth and 4:2:2 color sampling, for far greater flexibility in image grading, post-processing and compositing.
4. For Cinema-grade Videography
For filmmakers and professionals who are always on the lookout for the next big thing, Sony’s FX6 is the one you’ve been looking for. It features a default S-Cinetone color, precisely tuned to meet the requirements of today’s content creators with rich color and natural skin tones that produces fresh and vivid images straight out of camera without grading, while retaining plenty of latitude for post-production.
In addition, professionals can elevate their passion for cinematography with Sony’s FX6 because of its operability and detachability that is really designed for them – it has a detachable smart grip and smart handle that puts key functions at your fingertips and is easily adjustable with a single button. With zoom, record, and assignable control buttons, as well as a dial suitable for iris control, you can comfortably operate for hours!