The release of the new Sony FX6 is getting close.
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Sony teased the FX6 in September, and with it came the branding of its newly formed Cinema Line that includes the VENICE, FX9, and FX6. Since then there's been plenty of discussion online about what exactly will be in the FX6.
Some are hoping for 4K 10-bit 4:2:2 sampling. Others are crossing fingers for a RAW workflow. Many are hoping they can seamlessly use it for documentary work or as a B- or C-camera with VENICE or the FX9.
We had our own thoughts, too.
The good news is No Film School no longer has to speculate as to the features of the FX6, as we've been briefed about the camera. As you might imagine, we can't disclose any information until the release date, but seeing the discussion from a bird's eye view, we can say some of your thoughts are way off while others are hitting it pretty darn close.
Be sure to check back on Nov. 17 for our coverage, and follow us on Facebook where we will post the livestream.