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|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||16.6 x 13.2 x 9.6"|
|Package Weight||9.7 lb|
|Filter Size||M72 mm|
|Lens||20x Iris: f/1.6 – f/11 Focal Length: 4.1 – 82mm (equivalent to 28.8 – 576mm on 16:9, 35 mm format)|
|Built-In Filters||Built-In Optical 1: Clear 2: 1/4 ND 3: 1/16 ND 4: 1/64 ND|
|Weight||4.7 lb / 2.1 kg (Body and lens only) 5.5 lb / 2.5 kg (Body with lens, lens hood, eyecup, NP-F770 battery)|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||7.0 x 7.9 x 15.3" / 17.8 × 20.1 × 38.9 cm With accessories (lens hood, large eyecup), excluding the grip belt and including the projecting parts|
|Battery Operating Time||Approx. 240 min. with NP-F770 battery Approx. 440 min. with NP-F770 battery (while playing with LCD, AVCHD 1080i60 FX)|
|Temperature||Operating: 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°CStorage: -4 to 140°F / -20 to 60°C|
|Power Consumption||Approx. 7.5 W (while recording with viewfinder and AVCHD 1080i60 FX) Approx. 7.8 W (while recording with LCD and AVCHD 1080i60 FX)|
|Inputs||Audio: 2 x 3-pin XLR Remote: 1 x Stereo 3.5 mm mini jack|
|Outputs||3G/HD/SD-SDI: 1 x BNC HDMI: 1 x HDMI type A USB: 1 x Multi/Micro USB Composite: 1 x BNC 1.0 Vpp, 75 Ohms Earphone: 1 x Stereo 3.5 mm mini jack Audio: 1 x Stereo 3.5 mm mini jack|
|Viewfinder||Built-In LCD: 3.5" type LCD (approx. 1.56 M dots) Viewfinder: 0.39" type OLED (approx. 1.44 M dots)|
|Accessory Shoe||1 x Multi-interface shoe|
|Media Card Slots||1 x Memory Stick PRO Duo and SD/SDHC/SDXC compatible 1 x SD/SDHC/SDXC|
|Wireless||Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n Frequency: 2.4 GHz bandwidth Security: WEP / WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK NFC Forum Type 3 Tag compliant Streaming: MPEG-2 TS / UDP, RTMP (Ustream) FTP, FTPS|
|Sensor||3 x 1/2.8"" Exmor CMOS 2.07 MP|
|Minimum Illumination||1.2 Lux @ 60i (1/30 shutter speed, iris/gain Auto)|
|Video Format||XAVC S HDï¼MPEG4-AVC / H264 4:2:0 Long profile AVCHD: MPEG-4 AVC / H.264 AVCHD 2.0 format compatible DV|
|Recording Format||XAVC S 1920 x 1080p: 59.94/29.97/23.98 (50 Mb/s) AVCHD 1920 x 1080p: 59.94 - PS mode (28 Mb/s) 1920 x 1080i: 59.94i/29.97p/23.98p - FX mode (24 Mb/s), FH mode(17 Mb/s) 1440 x 1080i: @59.94 - HQ mode (9 Mb/s), LP mode (5 Mb/s) 1280 x 720p: 59.94 - FX mode (24 Mb/s), FH mode (17 Mb/s), HQ mode (9 Mb/s) DV 720 x 576i: 59.94 (25 Mb/s)|
|Recording/Playback Time||XAVC S HD @ LPCM 2ch 50 Mbps Approx. 155 min with 64 GB memory card AVCHD @ LPCM 2ch PS Mode Approx. 290 min with 64 GB memory card Approx. 145 min with 32 GB memory card AVCHD @ LPCM 2ch FX Mode Approx. 340 min with 64 GB memory card Approx. 170 min with 32 GB memory card AVCHD @ LPCM 2ch FH Mode Approx. 450 min with 64 GB memory card Approx. 225 min with 32 GB memory card DV Approx. 280 min with 64 GB memory card Approx. 140 min with 32 GB memory card|
|Gain||-6, -3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30 dB, AGC|
|Shutter Speed||1/3 – 1/10,000|
|Luminous Intensity||Maximum: 1.0 m, approx. 200 lx 0.5 m, approx. 800 lx|
|Color Temperature||Approximately 5500K|
|Beam Angle||Approximately 90°|
I got it for legal videography and when I first got it I freaked out trying to find the time and date stamp setting. Turns out its in the OTHER menu then as DATA SET...or something like that. It can only be enabled for 1080P video at 60P.
Ive only had brief time on this camera, but was very disappointed with this. When using the SDI output, the HDMI port is disabled. The HXR-NX5U that preceded this, could send both.
I bought this camera to supplement my four Sony HXR-NX3s that are used to record a live audience interview program for Youtube. The camera is an improvement in low light situations and a good match for my NX3s. The viewfinder and eyepiece are very clear.
The camera is Awesome its everything I thought it would be love it
this is the 4th Sony I own. very light weight camera I lover everything of this camera. sony improve the sound and quality to pick. is great the low light this camera has. One problems is (do not move or shake this camera, will turn off. is OK. but may get you scare.
I bought this camera as a bridge from my old HDV equipment to my eventual switch to 4k. The 4K cameras I am thinking of getting have not been out very long. I'd like to know they don't have any major issues before buying them.
We are very familiar with the first version of this camera (HXR-NX5U), and liked it's versatility, so we ordered the new version (HXR-NX5R) and have found it to be even better in many ways over the original version.
Wow what do you say.. once you learn how to use this camera you won't give it up. So many great settings.. has a nice balance. We do a lot of gonzo work . One person sound light news gathering for our tv station. We produce every thing we air. Never has failed us . Doesn't eat batteries .
I will definitely return here to buy again. I received my order in less than 3 days.
I liked the streaming right out of the camera to Ustream. Good quality. No cigar compared to the JVC GY-HM620. THe HM 620 had better color and crisper image. The 5R was less exciting for its 20x lens since most is wasted with starting at a wider shot. So only partly better than my x14 EX1.