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SONY VENICE 2
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Sony VENICE 2 CineAlta Full Frame 6K Sensor Motion Picture Camera System with DVF-EL200 - Body Only. Each offers remarkable sensitivity, latitude, and color rendering, and because the sensor blocks are interchangeable, users can easily switch between sensors, without any additional firmware, and can even use the sensor from their original VENICE.
- Sensor: Full Frame CMOS
- Resolution: HD / 4k / UHD / 6k
- Formats: ProRes / Raw / XAVC / MPEG
- Latitude: 15 stops
- Sensitivity: 500 ISO
- Mount: PL / E-Mount
- Weight: 3.9kg
- Internal ND filters: NDS (0.3, 0.6, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8, 2.1 and 2.4)
SONY VENICE 2 RENTAL
SONY VENICE 2 CAMERA RENTAL - HIRE
VENICE 2 features two 36x24mm full-frame image sensors, designed specifically for the demands and performance of high-end cinematography. Each offers remarkable sensitivity, latitude, and color rendering, and because the sensor blocks are interchangeable, users can easily switch between sensors, without any additional firmware, and can even use the sensor from their original VENICE. The new 8K sensor can capture images at a maximum resolution of 8640 x 5760, while the established 6K sensor offers up to 6048 x 4032. Both offer powerful upsampling for incredible 4K images. At full-frame, you can use the full width of the sensors (8640 or 6048 pixels) for a spherical 2.39:1 widescreen or large format. FullFrame can be used creatively in a number of ways, for example, to enable extra shallow depth of field or super-wide shooting.
VENICE 2 comes with the industry-standard PL lens mount and is compatible with all full-frame Super35 and PL lenses: spherical and anamorphic. The lens mount includes contacts compatible with Cooke/i technology, and lens information is recorded as metadata, frame by frame. We have also added support for ZEISS eXtended Data. The E mount offers unrivaled compatibility with Sony lenses. The E-Mount (Lever Lock Type) gives users the ability to change lenses by turning the locking collar rather than the lens itself, meaning that in most cases there is no need to remove the mounting platforms. lens support, which saves time during production.
VENICE 2's 8K sensor has an exceptional 16 stops of latitude, while the 6K sensor boasts over 15 stops of latitude. This means that both imagers can deliver phenomenal images with very little noise, in conditions ranging from scorching sunlight to almost no light at all. VENICE 2 also excels at high dynamic range imaging, allowing unprecedented creative freedom in grading. VENICE 2 features Dual Base ISO, meaning the 8K sensor offers Base ISO 3200 in addition to Base ISO 800, while the 6K sensor has Base ISO 500 and Base ISO 2500. The 8K sensor excels at low-light High Dynamic Range shooting, with an exposure latitude of 6 stops to 10 stops below 18% mid-gray, for a total of 16 stops. The 6K sensor offers an exposure latitude of 6 stops to 9 stops below 18% mid-gray, for a total of over 15 stops.
VENICE 2 can exceed the BT.2020 color space, with a wider color gamut than DCI-P3. This means that it can beautifully reproduce the true color of the scene in front of your lens. The camera also provides a wide palette in grading set, using the established S-Log3 workflow and Sony's ultra-wide color space, S-Gamut3. Plus, VENICE 2's 8K and 6K sensors blend colors almost seamlessly, making your leveling experience even better. VENICE 2 can shoot at speeds up to 120fps in 4K and 90fps in 6K, when using the 6K sensor. Combined with an anamorphic license, it also enables shooting at speeds of up to 75fps in 4K 4:3 and 72fps in 4K 6:5. With the 8K sensor, VENICE 2 can achieve up to 60fps at 8.2K and 90fps at 5.8K.
For anamorphic filming and production, full-height 2x compression anamorphic Super35 is supported. These popular imager sizes are natively supported in VENICE 2, and the 8K sensor enables 5.8K images to be captured in these modes. Current Super35mm PL mount lenses can also be used. With the 6K sensor, the camera records only the active area, but the viewfinder and set monitors may show a 5% margin around it. Surround View supports three image capture modes: 3.8K 16:9, 4K 17:9, and 4K 4:3.