Catch every moment with the PXW-Z150 4K XDCAM Camcorder from Sony, in up to 120 frames per second (fps) High Frame Rate continuous recording, in full HD quality. The Clear Image Zoom technology operates at 24x zoom and 18x zoom in HD and 4K modes respectively, in addition to the standard optical 12x zoom. The single 20 megapixels 1.0 type large sensor size offers clear pictures even in low light, giving filmmakers superb clarity and sharpness. You can now enjoy live streaming capabilities and FTP wireless with built-in Wi-Fi.
Exmor RS Sensor
The camcorder features a single Exmor RS sensor with a UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution. It can record 4K in XAVC Long at 4:2:0 8-bit and HD in XAVC Long at 4:2:2 10-bit, as well as MPEG2HD at 4:2:2 or 4:2:0 in 8-bit only.
The integrated zoom lens features individual lens control rings for focus, iris, zoom and produces smooth-rounded-out-of-focus highlights. The lens can be used in either full-auto mode with servo control or as a completely manually operated lens.
Store up to 6 picture profiles and allows you to share profiles; the camera also supports Sony’s Slow and Quick Motion for shooting HD video at variable frame rates, including 120 fps. Recording to a variety of formats, frame rates, and codecs, the camcorder supports 100 Mb/s XAVC Long GOP recording of 4K UHD video at up to 29.97p, HD up to 59.94p, MPEG HD up to 59.94p, and AVCHD 2.0 up to 59.94p.
Your footage is recorded to media via two SD memory card slots. You can choose to record simultaneously to both cards or use the relay mode which switches recording automatically to the second memory card when the first one is full.
It also features built-in Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. The PXW-Z150 features two 3-pin XLR audio inputs that support line, mic and mic + 48V (phantom power) for using external microphones; you can also use the PXW-Z150’s built-in microphone to record audio when shooting. It includes Night Shot capability for shooting in extremely dim lighting conditions as well as date/time stamp, and timecode functionality.