SONY PMW-400 Solid-State Memory Camcorder with CBK-WA100 Hours???
- Brand: SONY
- Model Number: PMW-400
- Product Code: BS19208
- Availability: In Stock
The PMW-400K (2/3-inch HD lens package) and the PMW-400L have now joined the XDCAM™ HD422 family, equipped with three 2/3-inch-type Full-HD Exmor™ CMOS sensors that provide high picture quality and an extremely high S/N ratio.
These camcorders support MPEG HD422™, MPEG HD™, MPEG IMX™, DVCAM™, and also XAVC™*1 in the HD domain for future expansion of the broadcasting workflow. Two SxS™ card slots provide a wide range of AV and IT interfaces including two HD/SD-SDI, HDMI, i.LINK™, and composite outputs. The PMW-400 Series also supports wireless operation using an optional adapter, the CBK-WA101. This enables easy and quick clip data transmission to broadcast stations using cloud services, saving the time and transportation cost of shot clip delivery.
High Picture Quality
The PMW-400 Series incorporate three 2/3-inch-type Full-HD Exmor CMOS sensors (1920 x 1080) to achieve high resolution, high sensitivity (F12 at 60 Hz / F13 at 50 Hz), low noise (60 dB), and a wide dynamic range to give more freedom of expression for creative shooting.
Three-dimensional Noise Reducer
In addition to existing noise reduction features, the PMW-400 Series also includes a three-dimensional noise reducer. This not only detects vertical and horizontal direction in a frame picture but also noise components in a time axis, utilizing correlation characteristics between video frames. Using this feature, the S/N ratio is improved to 60 dB which is the highest level of noise reduction in a 2/3-inch-type Full-HD shoulder camcorder.
Selectable Format and Bit Rates
The PMW-400 Series provide a wide variety of codec operation points. Users can record Full-HD video (1920 x 1080) at up to 50 Mbps using MPEG HD422 as well as MPEG HD at 35 Mbps*2 / 25 Mbps, MPEG IMX at 50 Mbps, and DVCAM at 25 Mbps in an MXF file, as standard supported formats. These camcorders also incorporate XAVC*3 in the HD domain at a 100-Mbps data rate, enabling the creation of rich content with 10-bit quality.