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    Sony FS5 II - Sony's camera gets upgraded will support HD 10bit 4:2:2 at 120fps

    FS5 II

    The FS5 has proven itself as a versatile tool for documentary, event and indie production filmmaking. The FS5 II offers several new features and refinements over the original FS5.
    First among these is a re-tuned color science leaning heavily upon the color science incorporated in the flagship Venice camera. Sony claims this will result in a more fresh and vivid look with softer tones and more accurate skin tone reproduction.
    In addition it will support 4 second bursts of 4K/UHD video at 120fps or continuous 240fps in 2K RAW. These framerates and formats both require output to a compatible external recorder.
    Internal SD card recording will support HD 10bit 4:2:2 at 120fps continuous or 8 seconds of 240fps.
    Instant HDR workflows are supported by the addition of HLG gamma with BT.2020 gamut. The addition of these HDR options increase the number of built-in picture profiles to 10.

    Shipments will start in May with the camera body priced at $4750 US and $5250 with the 18-105mm f/4 kit zoom.

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