▶︎SONY α7R Ⅲ
It records in-camera 4K with a super 35 format, and supports 4K HDR shooting by HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma), which is the first as a series of α. A 35mm full-frame mirrorless camera houses 42.4-megapixels, 10fps continuous shooting, fast and high-precision AF. It’s only 657g, and will be released on November 25th.
It is supplied with 1.0-type stacked CMOS image sensor and a 29mm wide-angle and 24x zoom ZEISS lens. Enhanced Fast Hybrid AF is comprised of phase-detection for high-speed and precise tracking, and contrast-detection. With up to 273 phase-detection AF points, its sensor densely covers approximately 84% of the image area. It also supports HDR shooting by HLG. It’ll be released on the beginning of December.
▶︎Canon XF405 / XF400
Supplied with a 1.0-type CMOS sensor, it records 4K UHD 60P. A 15x optical zoom lens is about 25.5-382.5mm. Two new dual DIGIC DV 6 image processors enhance the high sensitivity and low noise performance. The camera records 4K/60P and Full HD/120P (slow motion recording) to SD card. ※XF405 features a SDI terminal, and XF400 features an HDMI only.
▶︎Blackmagic Design Ultimatte 12
Blackmagic Design acquired the world’s best keyer system last year. As the first product of the company’s, Ultimatte 12 is released. This real time compositing processor has 12G-SDI for Ultra HD, fine edge by new image processing algorithms and color science, color separation, color fidelity, and spill suppression.
▶︎AJA Io 4K Plus
The professional video I/O is to capture and output over Thunderbolt 3. It supports 4K, Ultra HD, 12G/6G/3G/1.5G-SDI, Dual Link, HD-SDI, and SD-SDI as well as Ultra HD and HD over HDMI 2.0 for both capture and output. The HDMI output can display HDR 10 and HLG accurately.