Sony announced the SNC-VB770, a full-frame, E-mount camera SNC-VB770 is a full-frame Exmor CMOS sensor that can shoot 4K video and 12.2-megapixel photos. It’s also extremely sensitive in low light, capturing photos and videos in dark night conditions down to .004 lux (.002 is a moonless clear night sky).
The camera captures “clear color video at 30fps, even when the subject is almost invisible to the naked eye,” Sony says.On the front of the SNC-VB770 is an E-mount, which you can use to mount everything from an ordinary Sony E lens to the high-end Zeiss and new G lenses. In the product photo above, Sony shows a Zeiss 35mm f/1.4 lens mounted — it’s a lens that costs $1,600.
At the same time, shooting in early shutter speed is also possible, and the video without blurring is available. This allows you to track accurately the letters and numbers even in a dim place, became also possible to clearly capture to human facial expressions. In addition, corresponding to the first E-mount as Sony network camera. E-mount lens is attached 2 by, you can be taken in a wide range of angle of view in response to a variety of environments and applications. And accurately captures from a wide area to detail by the 4K resolution shooting.
Sony SNC-VB770 costs about $7,500 for the body only
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