5 great reasons to choose the HXC-FB80 studio camera 

5 great reasons to choose the HXC-FB80 studio camera 

There are some very exciting reasons to discover our HXC-FB80 Full HD studio camera. Compact, versatile and appealingly cost-effective, it’s your ideal entry to the world of 4K and HD HDR live production. Sony HXC-FB80

Your future proofed 4K live production solution 
The HXC-FB80 gives you a future proofed entry point to the benefits of 4K production. Teamed with the HXCU-FB80 Camera Control Unit, detail-packed 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160) images are available – making the HXC-FB80 system ideal for creating content in Ultra HD. 

Ready for HDR 
Future-proof your content for viewers to enjoy on the fast-growing choice of High Dynamic Range TV sets and display devices. A free firmware update (scheduled summer 2018) enables HD HDR production, with support for HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma). 

Big on picture quality and performance 
The HXC-FB80 offers impressive imaging performance and functionality in a portable camera. It’s an ideal partner for our RCP-1000 series remote control panels – or team with our HZC-RCP5 remote control software for a highly convenient live 5-camera system. You’ll enjoy many advanced features like paint control that are familiar to users of our high-end HDC-series system cameras. And it’s also compatible with appealing options like our latest OLED viewfinders. 

Great images in any light 
Incorporating three 2/3-inch Exmor CMOS sensors, the HXC-FB80 offers stunning Full HD picture quality, with a sensitivity of F13 at 1080/50i and a corresponding signal-to-noise ratio of just -60 dB. It’s great for shooting in low light environments, delivering extra detail with extremely low noise. 

More format flexibility 
The camera head can comfortably output 3G-SDI signals in a range of formats right up to 1080/50p, with 4K available via the CCU’s 12G-SDI and Quad 3G-SDI interfaces. So you can enjoy maximum production convenience – and your viewers can enjoy the best Full HD picture quality.

For more insight into the Sony HXC-FB80, take a look at Sony technology professional Neil Thompson's review