The HDC-4300L is the world’s first 2/3” CMOS Full 4K Sensor camera. The camera is an extention of our HD camera line up and a compliments to the S35mm based F554KLIVE camera system. The camera produces breathtaking 4K, HD and HD HFR (High Frame Rate) images (with the appropriate software packages). The new Sony built 2/3” full 4K imagers and optical system covers a wide color gamut, supporting ITU-R BT.2020.
- Flexible, no-compromise production in 4K and HD The HDC-4300 puts you in total control of your content. For the first time, one camera platform is all you need to handle 4K, HD and super slow motion – helping you generate maximum returns on today’s production budgets. Delivering uncompromised image quality, the HDC-4300 integrates seamlessly with HD infrastructures and accessories as well as the world’s most advanced 4K live production workflows. Optional software upgrades let you add amazing HD 8x super slow motion and 4K image capture to standard HD outputs. All the flexibility and control you demand are right there in a single high-performance platform.
- Seamless integration with existing workflows The HDC-4300 joins Sony’s widely acclaimed HDC Series family of live production solutions. Operation is reassuringly familiar to operators and cameramen, so you’re up and running faster without expensive re-training. The HDC-4300 is fully compatible with a wide range of existing products and workflows, including viewfinders, large lens adaptors and camera control units. There’s no need for investment in additional accessories, keeping costs and inventory down.
- Amazing colour and imagery with next-generation innovation Featured in the HDC-4300, cutting-edge Sony technological innovation and unparalleled hands-on live production experience are crystallised in the design of the world’s first three 2/3-inch 4K imaging device. This advanced optical system supports the next-generation ITU-R BT.2020 colour gamut, enabling more precise colour reproduction in live broadcasts. You’ll see the difference with vibrant, true-to-life images that make viewers feel as if they’re actually there.