The FX9 camcorder comes equipped with a full-sized sensor and can be employed by a single operator.
It features a 6K full-frame, back-illuminated CMOS image Exmor R sensor.
With an effective pixel count of about 19 million, and a 6K sensor that provides image processing with oversampling to ensure high-resolution recording in 4K.
It was developed with 15+ stops dynamic range and a dual base ISO (ISO800/4000) image processing system.
The enhanced Fast Hybrid AF incorporates phase detection and contrast AF for focus accuracy.
It was developed with S-Cinetone TM, which captures facial tones beautifully, inherited from VENICE.
The FX9 also comes with a full-sized sensor and a built-in electronic variable ND filter to control the amount of light in smooth increments.
The PXW-FX9K with a FE PZ 28-135mm F4 G OSS lens is also available.
Libec has taken its old logo and added the words: “Craftsmanship from Japan” to its innovative new lineup of products.
The TH-G3 is geared for a weight capacity of 500g-3600g, and it is the company’s first multi-action gimbal.
It can handle various shooting modes.
It is linked to the dedicated app “Libec App” which offers a wide variety of detailed settings, remote operation, and even motion time lapse shooting.
Mounted with 500g, it can go for 18 hours, and 12 continuous hours with 3600g.
The design of Libec’s latest offering, the Urban CamBag, is an integrated camera bag casual enough for everyday use with 2 compartments.
The two compartments are above and below, and you can access the bottom from a side panel to store your camera in an inner case.
You can store small accessories in the top compartment.
If you remove the divider, the inner section can be converted into one compartment. There is a dedicated section for a laptop, and the bag can be converted to attach to the handle of a large suitcase.
There are two types: Urban CamBag 12 (W290 x H390 x D200mm) selling for JPY ¥10,000 and the Urban CamBag 17 (W300 x H450 x D200mm) selling for JPY ¥11,500.
Libec Urban CamBag