April 12, 2010 | Uncategorized

New Sony EX series Camera the PMW-320

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Sony announces a new Sony EX series camera at NAB. The PMW-320 is a 1/2″ chip version of the PMW-350. Both camcorders have three Exmorâ„¢ full HD 1920×1080 CMOS imagers, HD-SDI and HDMI out. The PMW-350 camcorder features a DVCAM recording and playback as an option; with both features offered as standard on the PMW-320. The 320 is $12,800 WITHOUT the lens. With the lens, it’s $14,800.
For more info see the Sony Brochure.

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One thought on “New Sony EX series Camera the PMW-320

  1. Um

    Can you use a camera like cannon GL2 to create nice video’s I mean a professional looking commercials or music video. I am looking in to buy one but have some doubts. PMW-320 looks good for big company’s who get projects for $10000 I got a projects for $1200 lol so I dont want to spend to much money.

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