Fifty One East and Sony Middle East and Africa have unveiled a new 4K Handycam in Qatar, featuring an acclaimed in-built gimbal mechanism, Balanced Optical SteadyShot technology, for “capturing smooth, natural and high-quality video footage”.
The FDR-AX43 has been developed for content creators and vloggers who want their footage “to demonstrate a refined quality that will stand the test of time”, according to a press statement.
The camera can be found at Modern Home on Salwa Road and Fnac through their free home delivery service; in addition to other major retailers in town.
The FDR-AX43 implements some of Sony’s most advanced imaging technologies, including ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens with wide angle of 26.8mm and 20x optical zoom and Clear Image Zoom of 30x for 4K/40x for HD .
The new handycam features 1/2.5-type Exmor R CMOS image sensor and BIONZ X image processing engine delivering excellent image quality, even in low-light conditions.
It has high-bitrate shooting (100Mbps for XAVC S 4K, 50Mbps for XAVC S HD) and fast Intelligent AF for quick and precise subject capture. The FDR-AX43 has microphone structure with three mic capsules sound gathering for advanced sound quality and sports a flip-screen for selfie shooting.
“The handycam’s long battery life allows for up to 235 mins continuous recording time with the supplied battery and power supply from AC adaptor. With the New Highlight Movie Maker, users can create short movies in-camera without any need for post-production editing. Easily share MP4 movies on social media sites via smartphone,” the statement adds.
The FDR-AX43 is available at QR2,999 in Qatar.
For full product details, one can visit https://www.sony.com/en-qa/electronics/handycam-camcorders/fdr-ax43?utm_source=article&utm_medium=release-ax43&utm_campaign=pr&cid=pr-am-9180.
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