The XDCAM EX PMW-350 is the first Sony memory shoulder-mount camcorder, equipped with the cutting edge imaging technology of three 2/3 inch-type Exmor™ full HD CMOS sensors. These sensors, each with an effective pixel count of 1920 (H) x 1080 (V), give the camcorder an excellent sensitivity of F12 and a remarkable signal-to-noise ratio of 59 dB. Additionally, the large 2/3 inch-type sensors can capture images with a shallower depth of field, giving users more freedom of creative expression. The PMW-350 is studio-configurable, with timecode in/out, genlock in, HD/SD SDI and HDMI out, and also features a DVCAM recording option. Designed to be compact and ergonomically well-balanced, the PMW-350, with a main body weight of just over seven pounds, provides a high level of mobility and comfort in a wide variety of shooting situations. In addition, it has a low center of gravity, ensuring outstanding stability on the shoulder; and the PMW-350 is designed to be environmentally friendly thanks to its low power consumption of just 18 watts (while recording with supplied VF, lens, shotgun mic and one (1) SxS card). The PMW-350K model offers customers a Lens Package, equipped with an HD lens with 16x zoom and a standard 2/3-inch bayonet lens mount. The full Sony XDCAM EX line-up provides stunning HD picture quality and efficient nonlinear operation, expanding the creative possibilities in every type of HD video production.
|Maximum Frame Rate||60 fps|
|Focal Length (35mm Equivalent)||31.50 mm to 503 mm|
|Shortest Shutter Speed||1/2000 Second|
|White Balance Modes||PresetMemory AMemory B/ATW|
|Maximum Video Lines||1080|
|Battery Model Supported||BP-GL95A|
|Longest Shutter Speed||1/60 Second|
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