For the first time ever, Sony has released a full-frame video camcorder. Videography experts like Peter Keierleber celebrate this technology, realizing its amazing aspects. The NEX-VG900 allows users to realize their artistic goals by utilizing the camera’s many features.
The technology giant Sony has recently released their newest innovation. The NEX-VG900 Full-Frame Interchangeable Lens Camcorder is the first of its kind. It utilizes the latest technology available. The most notable feature of this handycam is the inclusion of a 35mm lens.
The camcorder allows the users to fully express their artistic vision. The camera has a resolution of an amazingly high 24.3 megapixels. The camcorder’s Exmor CMOS sensor trumps the usual run-of-the-mill camcorder by a long shot. The camera’s sensor comes in at about forty times larger. With such a wide capture, the camera is capable of recording in lower light.
Of course, in addition to video, the camcorder can take still photos at the 24 megapixel level. It can capture data in RAW format, allowing users to have a fuller editing process. The capability for RAW footage puts the NEX-VG900 in the class of professional cameras.
The camera also gives videographers the ability to focus in creative ways. Bokeh is a technique of attractive focusing. This camera allows users to focus extremely closely and extremely clearly. Images come through with precision, little noise and full color gradation.
The NEX-VG900 also comes with Tru-Finder. This function allows the camera to locate eyes and continue to focus on them. Tru-Finder eliminates the difficulty in keeping faces in focus. This grants the users the ability to focus on other aspects of the shoot, rather than focus. The Tru-Finder also comes with 2359K dots, resulting in stunning resolutions.
The camera is accompanied by the Quad Capsule Microphone and 5.1 Sound. This aspect allows the user to focus the microphone to the front or to the back. The microphone captures full sound with surprising quality with little to no noise. These, along with many other features, make up what is Sony’s most advanced camera to date.
Peter Keierleber is an expert in the broadcasting world. He has a wide variety of experiences—in videography, television and radio. He has honed his expertise with programs. These include Eye on Houston, home-shopping network KZJL, non-profit Progressive Amateur Boxing and Houston Access.