Experience Ultimate 4K Image Quality with Sony’s PXW-Z750 Shoulder-Mount Broadcast Camcorder

Sony PXW-Z750 4K Shoulder-Mount Broadcast Camcorder PXW-Z750 B&H

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Sony PXW-Z750 4K Shoulder-Mount Broadcast Camcorder

The Sony PXW-Z750 4K Shoulder-Mount Broadcast Camcorder from B&H features a 1″ Exmor RS CMOS sensor and supports Ultra High Definition (UHD) video with resolution up to 3840 x 2160. Using the advanced camera performance and precision optics of the Z750, you can capture stunning 4K footage with low noise and wide dynamic range in a range of shooting environments. The camera also offers a high frame rate of up to 60p with Full HD 1920×1080 resolution, plus support for future 4K HDR output.

Lens System & Recording Formats

The Sony PXW-Z750 is compatible with a wide range of E-mount lenses and is equipped with a detachable servo zoom lens. It also provides support for multiple recording formats including XAVC, XAVC-I, and MPEG2. The camera records both 4K and HD internally on an SxS memory card, and supports proxy recording for HD/SD streaming applications.

Efficient & Reliable Operation

The PXW-Z750 is designed for reliable performance, with an integrated flip-out monitor and a customizable function dial for easy access to various shooting settings. The camcorder is equipped with an ND filter wheel, manual control of white balance, and a built-in stereo microphone for crystal clear audio. It also features an Ethernet port with Wi-Fi and a PMW-UR1 USB 3.0 card reader for fast file transfer. Furthermore, the camcorder offers efficient storage and operation thanks to its robust shoulder mount design.

Additional Features

The camcorder is also equipped with a built-in 5-Axis Super SteadyShot image stabilization function that reduces wind and vibration-induced image shake. The PXW-Z750 also features a wide selection of useful functions such as Timecode In/Out, HD/SD/UHD-SDI output, and genlock and WiFi remote control. It also includes three 3G-SDI outputs, three HDMI outputs, and a 49-Point Matrix Focus option for accurate and precise focusing.

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